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I am leaning towards the Razer Deathadder for a gaming mouse.

I hold my mouse with a claw grip and this looks like it will be perfect for playing BF3 and Guild Wars 2 when it releases.

Thoughts?
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    Love Razer aesthetics and ergonomics.
    Hate Razer reliabilty they have issues in my experience.
    Bought a Lycosa kb and Deathadder.
    Both were RMA'd within 1yr of use.
    I have Microsoft and Logitech peripherals well over 10 yrs old that never had 1 issue.
    The Deathadder is a great mouse you might luck out.
    Mine had the sticky mouse 4 button known issue.
    The new G400(MX-518 update) looks very nice.
    My MX-518( 8yrs old )still works flawlessly.
  2. davcon said:
    Love Razer aesthetics and ergonomics.
    Hate Razer reliabilty they have issues in my experience.
    Bought a Lycosa kb and Deathadder.
    Both were RMA'd within 1yr of use.
    I have Microsoft and Logitech peripherals well over 10 yrs old that never had 1 issue.
    The Deathadder is a great mouse you might luck out.
    Mine had the sticky mouse 4 button known issue.


    hmmm, I will take my chances I think.

    What are some keyboards you would recommend?

    I like the Lycosa, but the LED light up is pathetic.

    I like low profile keys.
  3. I have 3 gaming kbs.
    Microsoft X4 Sidewinder - low profile keys,modified keyboard layout-due to compact size,red led only(3 light intensity settings)=nice kb once you get use to it
    Lycosa-blue led,low profile,fingerprint/dust magnet,led isn't as bad as some people might say
    Logi G110-multiple colours,full size keys and layout- my main gaming kb-reliable
  4. Alright thanks, I will look into the sidewinder x4.

    Basically I am looking for a keyboard that is low profile, something where the keys don't stick down or get stuck to one another.

    I don't like the big chunky keys.
    I looked into mechanical keyboards but the clicking... wow....
    Sounds like a typewriter, kind of annoying.
  5. -Sylvan said:
    Alright thanks, I will look into the sidewinder x4.

    Basically I am looking for a keyboard that is low profile, something where the keys don't stick down or get stuck to one another.

    I don't like the big chunky keys.
    I looked into mechanical keyboards but the clicking... wow....
    Sounds like a typewriter, kind of annoying.

    The X4 is cheap i bought mine for $35 Shellshocker!
    The keys are really quiet btw compared to the others i have.
  6. I have decided on the Razer Lycosa Gaming Keyboard Mirror Edition.

    I liked the original Lycosa, the only problem I had was the dull LED, this version has much brighter LED.

    Thanks for the help :)
  7. -Sylvan said:
    I have decided on the Razer Lycosa Gaming Keyboard Mirror Edition.

    I liked the original Lycosa, the only problem I had was the dull LED, this version has much brighter LED.

    Thanks for the help :)

    Get the windex out for that puppy bro!:)
    Your right the keys are a bit brighter on that version.
    I had the other one, rma'd it, and the dummies sent me a Mirror as a replacement.
    Didn't bother bitchin' though cuz it was like pulling teeth to get an rma from Razer.
  8. davcon said:
    Get the windex out for that puppy bro!:)


    LOL :D

    I don't mind fingerprints and dust :wahoo:
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  10. Using a $29 logitech wireless mouse I bought at Target 2 yrs ago. Best I ever had and can FRACK an Adder.
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