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post #11 of 17
The MSRP of the HERMES will be $139-149. I don't know quite where they can be purchased yet though.
post #12 of 17
For anyone interested, here is my review of the HERMES

http://www.overclock.net/products/gamdias-hermes-ultimate-black-mechanical-gaming-keyboard/reviews/6253
post #13 of 17
I'm in America and I really want to buy the Hermes (if it's a reasonable price), but I can't find anywhere to buy it, or even see a price. If anyone could let me know where to find this info, that would be awesome. Thanks!
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by WilliamGayde View Post

For anyone interested, here is my review of the HERMES

http://www.overclock.net/products/gamdias-hermes-ultimate-black-mechanical-gaming-keyboard/reviews/6253

Nice review. + Rep! thumb.gif
post #15 of 17
On the official GAMDIAS website, there is a "where to buy" section on the top, click it and you will see where you can purchase their peripherals from your chosen country. It's pretty organised and it directs you straight to that particular retailer as well. thumb.gif At the moment though, NCIX.com is where I can see these products. I still couldn't find any on Newegg.

I went to their booth in one of the conventions awhile ago, the keyboard HERMES seems pretty decent, and I really like the fact that it is in matte finish not glossy (keyboards with glossy finish is just not right, finger prints and smudges all day -.-) Another cool add-on is the wrist rest which also act as a dust cover. While I was at it, I also got my hands on most of their mice, from high end to low end (HADES, APOLLO and DEMETER). They all felt pretty comfortable and are built in nice rubbery material (Only Zeus has 3 different options on the materials I think, with one called E-sports Edition).

Headset wise, I can't wait~~~~~~ to get the Hephaestus, the cooling system on a headset and vibration to give you 4D gaming experience, it's just way too cool not to have it, but I think it is not going to be released until the other two headsets come out (Hebe and Eros). These two are more conventional comparing to Hephaestus, but I did have a try on Hebe just to see the sound quality. I have to say for its price, Hebe's sound quality blown me away. If you guys see them in retail stores around you, go try them out! Having said that though, I am still gonna go for Hephaestus for sure, lol!biggrin.gif


P.S. GAMDIAS are going to have brown and red switches on Hermes in the near future, I think this would definitely help gamers who like to have a quieter experience.
post #16 of 17
Here is a official unboxing video from GAMDIAS on ZEUS gaming mouse, and you will be able to link to HERMES as well while you are at it, hope this helps. wink.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjNw89ec5VU
post #17 of 17
These guys resemble CM Storm and TTe when they first debuted - pretty LEDs and buttons all over the place. Depending on their pricing strategy they can succeed, their products do have some cool features, but I'm not really a fan of their design.
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