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October 28, 2012 2:09:22 AM

I don't know what section to put this in but feel free to move it to the right section.

So I have been looking at a couple different keyboards and mice.

These keyboards caught my eye- http://www.razerzone.com/ca-en/store/razer-blackwidow-u...

http://www.razerzone.com/ca-en/store/razer-blackwidow-2...

(1 Question is that what is the difference between the Ultimate and the normal blackwidow? And is it worth the extra $50.) Are they good keyboards?


The mouse I have picked out- http://www.razerzone.com/ca-en/store/razer-deathadder

Any other mice that are better than this one?


Thanks! :bounce: 

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October 28, 2012 2:42:39 AM

all of your choices are amazing, the difference between the two keyboards is that the ultimate has backlit keys, there might be other features of difference but thats only main one that i know of. and that mouse is the most comfortable mouse i have ever held! when i tried one out at a store it had very good tracking, and it has alot of good reviews. for that mouse its best to use a palm grip and not a claw grip as its quite a long mouse. i hear the razer naga is really good if want lots of buttons on the side, but ive never tried one out.
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October 28, 2012 2:48:48 AM

computernoob29 said:
all of your choices are amazing, the difference between the two keyboards is that the ultimate has backlit keys, there might be other features of difference but thats only main one that i know of. and that mouse is the most comfortable mouse i have ever held! when i tried one out at a store it had very good tracking, and it has alot of good reviews. for that mouse its best to use a palm grip and not a claw grip as its quite a long mouse. i hear the razer naga is really good if want lots of buttons on the side, but ive never tried one out.
Out of the Ultimate or the normal keyboard, Do you think it is necessary to spend an extra $50 for the ultimate.
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October 28, 2012 2:48:53 AM

When it comes to peripherals, it is largely personal preference.
What works for one person wont for another.
Here's a good video that will help with picking out a mouse.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luCxbVslSFM

I have the Deathadder and love it, best mouse I have used.

EDIT: Only difference I can see is that the Ultimate has LED backlighting and 5 more macro keys. Whether that's worth an extra $50 is up to you.
Also the price on manufacturer websites are never that accurate.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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October 28, 2012 3:13:05 AM

I think I mainly use a claw grip, is the death adder good for a claw grip? I also have pretty long fingers and big hands and since the death adder is a long mouse and I use a claw grip would It still be good? (I dont have small hands)
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October 28, 2012 3:25:39 AM

I also use a claw grip, and find the Deathadder is pretty good for it.
Don't really have anything to compare to, but I would say I have average hand size.

Though like Linus said, drop into your local game store and have test drive on them. Often stores will have gaming type mice and keyboards on display so that people who walk in can get a feel for them, Razer products in particular if every EB Games in Australia is anything to go by.
Remember, even if you make the bad decision, you can probably just bring it back for a refund. Just don't throw away any packaging or receipts.
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