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Any ideas of a good keyboard and mouse for gaming

Looking for a good keyboard and mouse for gaming dayz etc
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    This one is more of an opinion really, if you like a mouse or keyboard dont let anyone tell you that it's crap.

    Here are some of my personal recommendations:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2J20SY0581
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826193082
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2J20T19299

    Some pretty failsafe brands are Logitech and Razer. Microsoft is great aswell.
  2. FloppyNacho said:
    This one is more of an opinion really, if you like a mouse or keyboard dont let anyone tell you that it's crap.

    Here are some of my personal recommendations:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2J20SY0581
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826193082
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2J20T19299

    Some pretty failsafe brands are Logitech and Razer. Microsoft is great aswell.


    Cheers mate, just starting my pc gaming experience and want to use a keyboard and mouse instead of a controller, I'll have a look at the links, thanks again
  3. There are many Good-quality gaming products out there now. The ones I can throw out now are:
    -Cooler Master Storm
    -Razer
    -Roccat
    -Steelseries
    -Thermaltake eSports
    -Corsair

    These are brands that specialize in gaming peripherals.

    There are Microsoft and Genius too but they don't really dive deep into the gaming world.
  4. Depends a lot on what you are looking for.
    You want to have multiledia keys or dont need them?
    Want backlight or not?
    Want mechanical switches? and if so, you want them hard for accuracy (but get you tired sooner) or light for relaxed gaming, yet rather bad for typing?

    Personally I would only consider Steelseries and corsair and maybe cooler master.

    On the mice side, depends on the size of your hand and they type of grip you use. Palm, claw and finger depending how you hold the mouse.

    Once we know that info, our advices might actually help :D.
  5. I love the Logitech g700s. The four buttons on the side make it a LOT easier, since you can basically remove four buttons from the keyboard. [I typically use them for Action, Reload, Crouch, and Jump).
  6. I have been using the Razer Lycosa keyboard and like it, easy to clean and has a good feel to the keys. Personally I don't care for mechanical switches. Recently switched from a Razer Imperator mouse to a Logitech G500s due to problems with the razer's left mouse button multi clicking or releasing while dragging, but that seems to be an issue with that particular model (plus could not change the DPI levels, the software would crash when trying to apply changes).

    It is too bad there aren't more places where we can try out most keyboards and mice (mice particularly) before purchase to see how well they fit our hands.
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