Today we will be reviewing the Devastator 3 Keyboard and Mouse combo from Cooler Master. I was looking forward to reviewing this as I’ve heard a lot of good things from other people about the different keyboards and mice that Cooler Master has to offer.
The Devastator 3 Combo is designed to be comfortable to use in all circumstances. The mouse is ergonomically pleasing, with an ultralow flat profile for convenience and a large mouse wheel for ease of use. The keyboard also features an ultralow profile for decreased strain, while antislide rubber pads underneath prevent slippage during heated battles.
I would like to thank Cooler Master for providing this review sample! Let us see what they have to say about themselves on their website:
We’re all about the things that make building a PC such a rewarding experience. The sense of achievement. The joy of making and creating something uniquely yours in form and function. The freedom that comes from complete control. And of course, the thrill of bringing your creation to life without melting your components.
We’re sustained by a belief that something as endlessly useful and diverse as a PC can never really die, and a vision that we can re-invent the way they are designed, made, bought and used. It’s a vision that stems from the core of our company, from our heritage as innovators of the initial strides forward in thermal technology, to our commitment to pioneer a modular future. We’re also committed to keeping our design, testing and manufacturing in-house, to give us the edge in ideas, craft and quality.
The Cooler Master story starts with a rogue product manager working on a hunch out of a rented apartment in Taipei. He had no funding, no support other than a single secretary who handled the admin while he set to work inventing, improving, making and marketing new products. His name was Roger, and he founded Cooler Master back in 1992.
Roger was the first to grasp that people would appreciate toolless motherboard heatsinks, and that cooling isn’t just about heatsinks and fans, but air flow through the case as well. Inspired by cutting-edge stereo designs appearing from Japan, he challenged his engineers to make the industry’s first aluminum PC case. They were handmade, high-value, market-leading products that sold out immediately.
Now let us see what this gaming keyboard and mouse is all about!