A rough diamond is still a diamond, right? Well, not really. The bling-tastic stones women love are only really desirable after they’ve been shaped and polished. The same is true for PC components and peripherals. To see what we mean, read on for our look at Sentey’s Nebulus gaming mouse.
I don’t know about you, but I personally had never heard of Sentey prior to Techgage Dark Overlord Rob asking the staff about which piece of the company’s gear we’d like to review. The company itself is, I guess, fairly new compared to many of its competitors. Sentey’s “About Us” page reveals that the company was born in 2001, and that it has a presence in various segments of the PC components and peripherals markets. Thirteen years of relative obscurity is a long time, but in a way the company’s diverse product line is a testament to its prowess as an IT solutions provider.
At any rate, a company’s profile really should be irrelevant to a particular product’s quality. I mean, when I review a product for Techgage, I try to be “brand-agnostic.” The review is all about the product at hand; the product’s manufacturer doesn’t really enter the equation, as far as I’m concerned.
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