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Cooler Master Octane M35 and MB7C review

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The packaging for the Cooler Master Octane gaming bundle is quite small form factor for something containing both a mouse and keyboard combination, looking more like a standard keyboard box than anything else.

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Along with large images of both aspects of the kit, the Octane box talks up some of the features of both, including lighting options and customisable performance.

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The Octane User Guide gives you an easy to read feature list, as well as break downs of where all of the command buttons are on both the keyboard and mouse.

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3 comments

  1. Pfft. I bought a replacement 360 controller for my PC recently. It cost me £30, £5 more than it did when the 360 first released. Over priced.

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  3. My new Octane keyboard has pretty colours, but the useful rightclick/contextmenu button only toggles the colour. They should have added another button specifically for that.