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Sengar
Sat Oct 01 2011, 10:10PM
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Hey people. Thought it might be interesting to see what sort of Gaming accessories and peripherals you're packing (keyboards, mice, pads - whatever).

To kick things off I'm using:

Logitech gaming mouse
Logitech LX710 wireless keyboard (old now but trusty)
Logitech G13 gamepad
Cyborg Evo joystick



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Nemeses
Sat Oct 01 2011, 10:19PM
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I have 2 different mouse for gaming for FPS games I use the MX518, for me is still the best mouse, and for MMO I use the Raza Naga, I have a few different pads but could never really get on with them. My Keyboard is the Microsoft Sidewinder X6

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Sengar
Sat Oct 01 2011, 10:49PM
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I've got a decent Logitech mouse as well. The Raza Naga is very well rated, but personally I don't seem to get on too well with having so many buttons under my right thumb, I kind of get all over the place! lol. Maybe I'll try again one of these days.
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Blounty
Sat Oct 01 2011, 11:06PM

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Mouse: MX518
Keyboard: G15
Joystick: saitek cyborg Evo
Pad: Belkin N52

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Pesky
Sun Oct 02 2011, 01:06AM
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I've got a pretty basic dell keyboard that is seems completely indestructible. I fear that if I were to replace it with something better.

I've been thinking about getting one of those Belkin N52s or whatever the razer one is called, are they easy to learn Blounty?

Aside from that I treated myself to an evoluent vertical mouse which is amazing! It has pretty much all but cured my RSI, performs splendidly and looks very odd too :D
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Krondar
Sun Oct 02 2011, 04:42AM
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Mouse: Steel Series Sensei
Keyboard: Steelseries 7G
Joystick: Logitec Rumblepad 2

If space see an update ill prob flex a Saitek X-65F , had a X-52 for SWG and loved it.
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Hyadum
Sun Oct 02 2011, 07:35AM
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I still like my Microsoft Razer Habu that I use on my giant SteelSeries Qck+ pad. About keyboard I'm not sure you want to know, because some people in here might be younger :)) It's an Acer stock keyboard that I've got since 1998 and it's working flawlessly. The paint is still on the buttons, the small coils under each button still respond well and I couldn't find any reason to change it all those years. I don't like curved or "broken" in half keyboards, so until a good flat keyboard that will blow me away appears, I'll stick with mine :D


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BattlePanda
Sun Oct 02 2011, 08:47AM
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mouse: a4tech XL-450BF
keyboard: cheap genius
headset: steelseries siberia v2
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Nemeses
Sun Oct 02 2011, 09:01AM
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Pesky wrote ...

I've got a pretty basic dell keyboard that is seems completely indestructible. I fear that if I were to replace it with something better.

I've been thinking about getting one of those Belkin N52s or whatever the razer one is called, are they easy to learn Blounty?

Aside from that I treated myself to an evoluent vertical mouse which is amazing! It has pretty much all but cured my RSI, performs splendidly and looks very odd too :D
click


I got a N52 as well just can not get on with it, in fact I have 2 both never being used more than 10 minutes, but I'm gonna give them another bash sometime ( got 2 as got one for the g/f as well but she don't like em either).
This X6 keyboard seems indestructible as well .. given it a right bashing a time or two

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Blounty
Sun Oct 02 2011, 12:38PM

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Pesky wrote ...

I've got a pretty basic dell keyboard that is seems completely indestructible. I fear that if I were to replace it with something better.

I've been thinking about getting one of those Belkin N52s or whatever the razer one is called, are they easy to learn Blounty?

Aside from that I treated myself to an evoluent vertical mouse which is amazing! It has pretty much all but cured my RSI, performs splendidly and looks very odd too :D
click


yea I would say its easy to use if you use WASD keys. I don't, I use arrow keys for all my games so my finger placement on the n52 wasnt great unless u put it next to my mouse and move my keyboard, even then because i use the arrow keys on the angle all cack handed (well i am left handed ;) ) i lost the use of the side buttons. good for MMO skill bars etc.

So if you use it as intended (left side of your keyboard) its great. but if ur like me, then I wouldnt bother.

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Pesky
Sun Oct 02 2011, 05:22PM
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I'm sort of stuck in the thinking that yeah that#ll be cool but will i ever really use it or generally suffer from buyers remorse. I'm pretty fussy about stuff like that it might just end up annoying me hehe. Still dunno, maybe sometime.


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MrWarlock
Tue Nov 01 2011, 04:43PM
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Being left-handed I can't use the G13 so had to be smart with mouse and keyboard.

G15 keyboard and this bad boy for my mouse click its perfect for my needs with only 2 side buttons and the best mouse I've had my hands on.

I also use a wireless Logitech mx 1100 cordless for when I go for a smoke and can still do clicky clicky things
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Nemeses
Tue Nov 01 2011, 06:09PM
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Buyers remorse my very good friend :)

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Sheogorin
Tue Nov 01 2011, 10:42PM
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My only real shiney thing is my headset, everything else came with my desktop:-P
Headset is Sigma Tactic 3D Sound Blaster, or whatever its rly called:-)
my Desktop is Toshiba Satellite L505-119

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Nemeses
Tue Nov 01 2011, 10:51PM
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I love my headset I have a HS1200 Digital wireless, brilliant surround sound, as good as any stereo and the freedom of wireless.

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