APEX PRO Steelseries Keyboard & Blade Hawks LED Mousepad
Updated: Jun 13, 2020
New APEX PRO Steelseries World's Fastest Gaming Keyboard! Unboxing, Xbox Connection & Fortnite demo. Here's the official description. SteelSeries Apex Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard – Adjustable Actuation Switches – World’s Fastest Mechanical Keyboard – OLED Smart Display – RGB Backlit.
Here's the link to order one: https://amzn.to/2BkddjL
Omni point adjustable switches allow for customization of actuation distance.
OLED smart display offers an integrated command center for adjusting settings and tracking on the fly info straight from your game. According to description this is aircraft grade aluminum alloy built for a lifetime of durability and stability. I don't necessarily buy the "lifetime" statement but whatever. It's a good marketing word for the company. The description also claims RGB illumination unmatched customization with 16.8 million colors per key which I have no idea what this means but it sure does sound like it's doing something good. I do agree that the premium magnetic wrist rest provides full palm support and comfortable, ergonomic feel without a doubt.
Blade Hawks Gaming New Force LED Gaming Mouse Pad Unboxing | Pro Gamer Model BX04
This cool mouse pad is looks really awesome with the lights out. It's Blade Hawks Gaming New Force LED Gaming Mouse Pad | Pro Gamer Model BX04. The mousepad arrives rolled up in a sleek box for transportation and storage. It is ready to go quickly right outside the box. You can change it's color by pressing the button on the side of it. The USB can be plugged into your keyboard. Great addition to your gaming station illumination effect.
Here's the amazon link to it: https://amzn.to/2UCPWAj
Epson L13110 Printer Won't Print? Quick Solution
Is your Paper Cycling through your printer but no ink showing up? Epson L13110 Printer Won't Print? Here is the Quick Solution. Get Your L3110 Working Again Fast. 1. Click the "Windows" icon 2. Click on "Settings" 3. Click "Devices" 4. Click on "Printers and Scanners" 5. Click on "Epson" Printer 6. Click "Open queue" 7. In printer queue click the "Printer" tab 8. Select "Printing Preferences" from dropdown 9. Select "Maintenance" in new Epson L3110 Printing Preferences 10. Select "Power Cleaning" and Click "Next". This worked like a charm for me to get my printer back printing. I was one step away from taking it apart and somehow cleaning the ink receptacle by hand. I probably would have ruined it by doing so and been forced to toss the whole thing. Really glad this worked. The very first thing I tried was to make sure there was enough in the receptacles. It was obvious there was as it hasn't printed since I filled them myself. Just to go through the steps I did a visual check anyway and I could see through the front of the receptacle that there was enough ink (it was almost full). Then I pulled out the Epson L3110 user's guide/owner's manual and followed the recommended steps there which included holding the button with the triangular shaped design in it down for 5 seconds until the power button blinked. This had it run through a cycle of print head cleaning. Once into the printer preferences queue and maintenance (as mentioned above) I tried the nozzle cleaning function, then the head cleaning function and both of these didn't work. I'd never heard of doing a power cleaning before so I was losing hope and had visions of tossing this one into the recycle and having to purchase a new one. Luckily I tried the "Power Cleaning" cycle and it worked!!. It is hard to say if the fact that it worked was a combination of all of the cycles that I ran the printer through or if I could have just gone to the power cleaning cycle. Regardless, it doesn't matter because it works now. What I suspect was the problem was that the ink dried and hardened in the oriface in which it comes out thereby not letting any of the liquid ink pass by. Just a guess. It also could have been the fact that the printer was brand new and there was something from the manufacturing process that was blocking it.
Video on Refilling Ink for Epson L3110: https://youtu.be/d58t0pHiRHg
How to Replace the Ink Cartridges on a Canon Pixma MG5370 Printer
DIY Canon Printer/Copier/Fax/Scanner ink cartridge change out. There are a couple things to know when changing these out that are shown in the video. It's really simple but it may help to watch this if you can't figure it out.
EPSON L3110 Printer-How to Add and Refill Ink
Basic instructional video on how to add and refill your ink for your EPSON printer. This printer is sort of unique. I’ve never had to refill one quite like this but it’s actually quite easy.
Step 1: Open your ink bottle packaging
Step 2: Flip open Epson L3110 ink compartment
Step 3: Flip open black ink insertion filling section
Step 4: Upend and insert black ink bottle into receptacle
Step 5: Let flow into compartment until full. Monitor through viewing window
Step 6: Repeat with other colors. Close it up.
If it doesn't print, watch my this video: https://youtu.be/CZF_C6waK_U
Amazon link: https://amzn.to/31BiwTo