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Sentey Phoenix Extreme Gamer Series Keyboard Review

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Sentey Phoenix Extreme Gamer Series Keyboard Closer Look:

Like the Sentey Aphelion mouse we looked at recently, the driver software is marked by Google as "not commonly downloaded and could be dangerous". I'd like to give it credit that it looks a little neater than the software for the mouse, but its functionality was a complete fail. I messed with it for about 15 minutes and finally just gave up. I couldn't even get a simple macro set to even function as a "mute" button. My typical macro spam button with a keyboard was never created – as applying did squat. The scaling of the software also is hard to read and simply looks like ass. The software is an epic fail, and thankfully wasn't required to use the keyboard. It's unfortunate that the macros went to waste though. Below are a few shots of the different software screens (focus on the blue area – only change) to see what you're not missing..





Honestly, I wish I could share the epic fail with you – but I was too busy to make you a video. I finally got the macro buttons to set to something after a few attempts; sadly, what they set to was not exactly what I was going for. I tried setting media keys and to my surprise didn't function as expected at all. Mute failed to mute and instead brought up another song in my media players. Stop pulled up different songs, and the next and forward didn't do their jobs either. I gave up on having set media keys and tried for a real Macro setting with keyboard options; welp, that didn't do anything at all. Sad stuff.

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