G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Headset Review

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G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Headset Review

Software

It was weird enough when we tested the KM780 keyboard and MX780 mouse only to discover that they used separate software, but the SR910 software not only is another unique entity but it doesn't follow the same design as the mouse and keyboard. Even the icons are different. We don't expect much, okay we do, but at the very least if you're going to make the crazy decision to have separate software for three G.Skill products at least try and make the UI the same. If that's impossible then maybe the icon? Not good.

G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 Headset Review

Thankfully away from the horrors of the interface which looks like it fell out of the 1990s, the functions are good and once you understand that there are tabs on the left hand side then it becomes a little better. Don't be mistaken though, it's still awfully designed. But it works.

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