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Gamer Gear Direct Customer Reviews

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HP Reverb G2

Best VR Headset I Have used. Best for clarity and comfort and can be used with glasses.

John

Excellent service and price. Very professional in all respects, especially friendly service.

Wrapped

It took a while to get to me with covid importation problems but the communication was excellent throughout. Now it’s arrived I’ve been using it every day and couldn’t be happier.

Trak Racer RS6 Mach 3 Racing Simulator + Triple 22-34 Inch Monitor Gaming Stand

Awesome product fun to play

Honeycomb Alpha Flight Controls Yoke & Switch Panel + Bravo Throttle Quadrant Bundle

High quality Yoke

High quality Yoke. Competitive cost and very quick delivery.
I could not assign all switches for FSX and some do not work properly. However, the main functions are fine. Hopefully all switches will be functional in FS2020. Also, keep in mind that it is quite a large unit,- you need bigger space on the deck in comparison with joystick.

Honeycomb Yoke

A very nice addition to the simulator only small issue is elevation axis is very strong compared to the roll axis.

Amazing racing rig.

Absolutely fantastic Racing Simulator rig. Well built and highly adjustable to suit many different gamers. Works well with my Logitech G920 racing wheel.

Not For The Faint Hearted

I would have given the Honeycomb Flight Controls and Yoke 5 stars as the equipment itself is outstanding and has significantly added to my sim rig, but programming the yoke proved a nightmare to start with and so 4 stars was the best I could do.

The videos on the Aerosoft web site didn't really help a great deal and it wasn't until I had spent several frustrating hours on the web that I finally understood how to program the autopilot buttons successfully. Once I had the first button sorted, the rest was simple and, since then, I have had no problems at all.

In summary, great gear that could simply do with a couple of clearly laid out examples of how to program the buttons for each of the main flight sims.

Next Level Racing GT Lite Racing Simulator Cockpit

The cockpit was easy to install although the tools provided could be better. The setup suits me at 1.8m tall and seems robust enough to last overtime. it's quite comfy, even being lightweight, and is easy to get in and out using the swinging gate style steering setup. Can recommend this.

Awesome device

Awesome device

Gamer Gear Direct is a pleasure to deal with and will look forward to deal with them again.Cheers.

Outstanding

Brilliant product

Next Level Racing GT Lite Racing Simulator Cockpit

I bought the BenQ TH671ST 1080p Short Throw Projector to use for an outside theater during the Covid-19 pandemic. I also have a home theater which I use a BenQ projector so I have already been impressed by the brand. I am glad I bought this projector! It looks spectacular outside - even with a fair amount of light from the moon and Chicago sky. I like it so much, I will be putting this one in the home theater at the end of the summer. Great projector!

I bought the BenQ TH671ST 1080p Short Throw Projector to use for an outside theater during the Covid-19 pandemic. I also have a home theater which I use a BenQ projector so I have already been impressed by the brand. I am glad I bought this projector! It looks spectacular outside - even with a fair amount of light from the moon and Chicago sky. I like it so much, I will be putting this one in the home theater at the end of the summer. Great projector!

For Gaming: This screen has some serious ghosting to the point where you see dark smears in games. It is especially bad on dark to light transitions. If you like dark mode or play fps shooters, I do not recommend.Picture Quality: Picture quality is meh. Inconsistent colors between left and right sides of the screen. May be just my unit, but the left side is visibly greener than the right. The screen doesn't use real HDR (no dimming zones), it simply interprets HDR input.Brightness: as advertised. Just a note, the screen brightness is locked to 50% at the highest overdrive setting.

tl;dr. AOC 24G2 is a great monitor if (1) you luck out in the panel lottery, or (2) you're willing to overlook dead subpixels and/or glaring uniformity issues for the cheap price tag.tl;dr2. Beware AOC 24G2 doesn't have 126% "gamut coverage" of the sRGB color space. Its actual sRGB gamut coverage is about 99.7%.Review Part 1. Panel Lottery.You have 1 in 5 chance of hitting the jackpot based on my experience.Monitor #1 (ordered June 13, 2020).The jackpot. It had some backlight bleeding and white uniformity issues (see the calibration verification results for Monitor #1), but they were negligible, especially at this price point. Fantastic.Monitor #2 (ordered June 13, 2020).Dead green subpixel in the bottom right corner.Monitor #3 (ordered June 19, 2020).Dead green subpixel near the mid-left edge.Monitor #4 (ordered June 22, 2020).Giant crack across the width of the panel. I... How?Monitor #5 (ordered June 22, 2020).No dead pixels or cracks, but the panel had some serious uniformity issues. The white wasn't really white in the bottom left corner, and the backlight bleeding in the bottom right corner was bad enough it was visible under overhead light. So I brought out my colorimeter and took some measurements (see the calibration verification results for Monitor #5). Sure enough, the whitepoint dE00 was verging on 3 in the bottom left corner while the static contrast at the bottom right corner was measured at 816:1. That's about 55% of the value measured at the center of the scre.

Follow the instruction and try to use Thunderbolt3 to DP cable to get to 5120x1440 @60 or 120Hz, no luck. Monitor still stuck at 1080p. Try it 2 days, no luck...don't want to waste time so pack it back and return it.Not 100% plug and play for sure.

I purchased this monitor about a month ago, after researching like crazy all of the best budget 144hz gaming monitors. I went with this one because it is inexpensive (compared to other gaming monitors), has a color accurate ips panel (check out hardware unboxed's review on youtube), and has an excellent stand (which almost no other budget gaming monitor has).My experience with it so far has been excellent, the colors are a huge step up from my old 60hz TN panel, 144 hz is crazy smooth, and the stand is extremely helpful. Honestly, the stand is a huge upgrade, because if you want to get a stand for any other monitor, it'll probably cost you around $20, and the added flexibility afforded by the stand is amazing. I use this monitor with a Nintendo Switch, an Xbox One, and occasionally some 144 fps Minecraft gaming from my laptop. Yes, I am not fully utilizing the power of the 144 hz because I do not own a gaming pc, but I plan on upgrading to either the next gen consoles or a pc sometime in the next couple years, so I am future-proofing myself. The only thing I can say against this monitor is I have one dead pixel. Now, there is that zero dead pixel policy, so I could return it, but I spent a month waiting for this thing to get back in stock, and I do not plan on doing that again. Also, the pixel is completely unnoticeable unless I set the screen completely white (which never happens in normal use), am looking directly for dead pixel, and get within several inches to a fo.

I am happy with the monitor overall. You get what you pay for. Just a warning to others.Fonts get blurry when not actively working in a document (not in every case but consistently in Slack). If I start to type or move the mouse over the text it clears us. The other thing is when I take a screen short (first image) the text is washed out

Here are some first impressions from a person new to pc gaming. The monitor arrived well packaged and with no dead pixels. The screen is plenty bright for my environment, but it does not face a window so your impressions may very. There’s a little wobble in the stand when you touch it, but it’s minor and it’s otherwise stable. Either way, the stand tilts and adjusts height, so that’s a big win. This is my first curved monitor. I love it, even at 27 inch. I have a short desk, so the screen is big enough without having to worry about miss something.

Phigolf WGT is accurate, a great swing training aid and a great value for money spent. When I feel I’ve taken a good swing using good form, I’m almost always rewarded with a ball in the fairway and very close distance wise to what I hit on the course. The $1.99 monthly subscription for full access to all the WGT courses is a great value. Oh, it’s a lot of fun too!

Got this monitor (AOC CQ27G2) as well as the LG 27GL83A-B and the ASUS VP249QGR (yes I know it's 1080p) and I think I like this one the most. My biggest concern was the brightness as I've seen reviews of the display being laughably dim, but that's not the case for me. I've had to actually turn down the brightness every night because it hurts my eyes after a while. The colors are also vibrant, more than the LG and ASUS, which was a complete surprise for me as I've been told IPS panels were brighter and more vibrant than VA panels, but maybe I got lucky with my specific unit.There is ghosting, but not enough to stray me away. It can be minimized significantly if you set Overdrive to Strong (or Boost but that greatly reduces the brightness). As for the input lag and response time, I'm pretty sure it's higher than the other monitors I mentioned, but I can't really tell a few ms apart. It's definitely not a "slow" monitor either way.What really bothered me though was the fact I had a lot of backlight bleed. I was thinking about returning or going through a warranty for this reason alone, but I'm hoping that it would go away over time, which in some displays they do.PROS:- Brightness- Vibrant ColorsCONS:- Ghosting, but can be minimized- Input lag- May get backlight bleed