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Good Keyboard Mouse Combo under $70

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January 20, 2014 2:48:05 PM

Does anyone know of a good keyboard/mouse combo under $70. I was just at micro center and some guy reccomended a k30 but that is 60 for just a keyboard. I would prefer to get a combo and maybe a few bucks if possible.
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January 20, 2014 3:02:21 PM

Depends what you mean by "good" and what your expectations from a "good" keyboard and mouse are. To me, this is a good mouse worth every penny, because it's the primary thing I use to interact with the computer and it needs to be comfortable using it for 8 hours straight: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

There are alot of particulars about keyboards that effect how you think of them as good, like to me, mechanical keyboards feel so much better than no mechanical ones that i dont have much choice, as I feel my typing speed (and game response speed) slow due to the awkward response from non-mechnical keyboards.

Also, remember that the Keyboard and Mouse are how you interact with the computer ALL DAY EVERY DAY, so you're not screwing yourself if you spend extra money to get a good feeling, comfortable, high performing mouse and keyboard.
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January 20, 2014 4:17:05 PM

James Mason said:
Depends what you mean by "good" and what your expectations from a "good" keyboard and mouse are. To me, this is a good mouse worth every penny, because it's the primary thing I use to interact with the computer and it needs to be comfortable using it for 8 hours straight: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

There are alot of particulars about keyboards that effect how you think of them as good, like to me, mechanical keyboards feel so much better than no mechanical ones that i dont have much choice, as I feel my typing speed (and game response speed) slow due to the awkward response from non-mechnical keyboards.

Also, remember that the Keyboard and Mouse are how you interact with the computer ALL DAY EVERY DAY, so you're not screwing yourself if you spend extra money to get a good feeling, comfortable, high performing mouse and keyboard.
Pretty much what i mean by good is like getting as much as i can for what i pay for. Do you think i would just be better to get a better mouse and a somewhat cheaper keyboard for that price. because from what i read, the mouse is the more important than the keyboard because a better mouse will mean better reaction times and stuff like that. if i can get something good in that range i would be happy. I have never tried a mechanical keyboard so i don't really know how much better those are, but i don't think i can get a ok mouse and a mechanical keyboard for under $70

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January 20, 2014 5:17:20 PM

Mechanical keyboards are sweet. Some make nice click sounds when you type. So if you type... Then it'll add to your typing experience.
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