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    Default Review: XGR GAMING DESKTOP

    Overall, it seems that this product is aimed at the young teenage gamer, both in terms of styling and due to the small size of both the keys and the mouse. Older users will likely find this desktop too cramped, and the lack of a NUM-pad may be an issue for some.

    Review: XGR GAMING DESKTOP

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    Maybe change the topic, cause I thought it was a pc and not pc gear...

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    lol... I also thought it's a pc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilDeath View Post
    lol... I also thought it's a pc.
    lolz ! but yeah +1

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    Same here - desktop = pooter.

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    Looks pretty terrible, honestly. Why leave out a numpad? Numpad is the best invention since the lightbulb. And not all teen gamers would go for that, just a btw. Heh...
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    I can't see that I will exchange my Microsoft X6 any time soon.

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    nah i wouldnt get it ... prefer my media elite keyboard

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    The X6 is just so great, and I love the Numeric part that can come off if not needed. The red also goes nice with my Cosmos S chassis.

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