Buying new keyboard & mouse [Any suggestions ?]

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Buying new keyboard & mouse [Any suggestions ?]

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Yeah so basically my mouse and keyboard are not up-to-date anymore.
I don't have any kind of price range so just shoot ^^
Suggestions are highly appreciated :D

They are meant for gaming of course.
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Ìm a huge fan off Razer products so I would say go for that I myself have the lycosa keyboard and the deathadder mouse.
B ut Roccat does good stuff aswell Im not a huge fann off logitec but they do good stuff to.
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I was actually waiting for you since you* know razer does alot of good gaming mouses & keyboards :)
Checking reviews and prices for Deathadder & lycosa.

Thanks :)
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haha yeah Iam somewhat off a razor geek I suppose.

Yeah the Lycosa is "old"but really good and the thing I actully love with that keyboard is that t has so called laptop keys on it, like a rubbersurface I love it and that is the main reason why I bought that keyboard but thought I might tell you that detail incase you dont like that.

But the deathadder is actully extremlly well and both off these are really easy to adept them the wya you want them aswell, so good luck in searching :)
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As Sarah said deathadder, that's a must! Cheap + Really good ive had mine for ages without any problems and it fits perfectly for my hand which makes it so comfortable!
Keyboard maybe Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 (?)
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Razer stuff breaks pretty fast tho :/ half a year and my scroll didn't work properly anymore.
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I looked the G110 also, but It's so much different than my current.
I'll take second-look at it. Thanks :)
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Dangan wrote:I looked the G110 also, but It's so much different than my current.
I'll take second-look at it. Thanks :)
Just a good advice : try to avoid the Logitech G-5 "gaming mouse" though its a great mouse the flaw is the wires as they tend to break down just at the start of the mouse itself after a period of time ( Common problem with that series ) but still a great mouse and a bit expensive ( in denmark atleast )
But there are also other types of Keyboard and mouse depending on what type of functions Wired / non wired, Bluetooth or inferred system and customizable keys.
So what are your requirements besides Gaming is preferred, and how high do you want your mouse to go up in DPI ( if you pick that style )
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As Sarah wrote, Razer makes awesome products..
I also bought a deathadder about 1½-2 years ago and it works perfectly, nothing broke etc and it didnt cost that much.
So i would strongly recommend you to buy a razer product, both keyboard & mouse ;-)
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Post by mange2 »

Mouse : Razer DeathAdder
Keyboard : Razer Lycosa
really good products.
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Don't even think about buying a Razer Mouse, they will break after 3 months.

Either go with Steelseries or Logitech or ZOWIE.
I've been trying alot of mouses, and heres the best ( IMO )


• ZOWIE EC1 - Highly Recomended ( currently using )

• SteelSeries SENSEI - Recomended

• Logitech MX518 - Highly Recomended

• Microsoft intellimouse 3.0 - Recomended Due the low price

• Logitech G400 Highly Recomended

What I recomend you is to Buy ZOWIE, but the version 2 ( ZOWIE EC2 ), Ec1 Fits perfect in my hand and has 6 buttons ( One DPI Switch button )

Don't but any Razer shit, Just plastic shit.

Havn't tryed out Roccat's products yet but I sure will.

About the keyboards, I don't spend much cash on keyboards, I rather spend my cash on a Good mouse, Headset and a mousepad. Keyboard is last thing i buy
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Post by apapaoemama »

Playing for like 2 years with these:

Keyboard Logitech G19 ( I think there are newer versions already)

Mouse Logitech MX1000

Everything still working after being smashed on the ground multiple times ;)
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Post by Spiitzz »

Ying and Yang wrote:Razer stuff breaks pretty fast tho :/ half a year and my scroll didn't work properly anymore.
I've had my Razer Deathadder for more than 6 months now, and I've smashed it in the table SEVERAL times, and it's still working as it was when I got it :)

I also got a Logitech G510 keyboard, and I really recommend it! Here's a little review of the keyboard :)
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My keyboard through 4-5 years or smthn:
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Costs 10euro :D
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Post by Tiny Dancer »

Keyboard - Doesn't really matter that much to me

Mouse - I'd definately go for the Zowie EC1
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