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Sengar
Wed Dec 07 2011, 12:53AM
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And we can hear you wireless in the kitchen/toilet :-)
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Lain
Wed Dec 07 2011, 12:57AM
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Razer Naga Epic
Razer Nosdormu (which I cant get used to)
Logitech G15
Logitech G35





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Yro
Wed Dec 07 2011, 04:49AM
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I've got a Belkin n52 thing that I used to use for FPS gaming when I had a crappy M$ wireless keyboard, I use a mechanical keyboard now so it's been sat in a drawer for about a year. I've never even tried it with MMO gaming but I think I'm gonna try and condition myself to use it whilst leveling in ToR as having 14 ability buttons and one modifier within easy reach (and without having to move my hand) should be pretty damn handy. The one thing I'm not sure will work is the Space button and D-Pad both being thumb buttons.
I did find myself clicking a lot in Beta and occasionally mixing up abilities as Rift has conditioned me to needing to use very few keys (with the daft 'put as much as you can into 1 button or get smashed by warriors in 3s flat during pvp' macro system), hence wanting to give the pad a go.
I'm also toying with getting a Naga before launch but I think this might have to wait til after Christmas. Not quite sure if this will just lead to overkill on the button front though.

Anyway, apologies for the rant. Peripherals I currently use are:
Keyboard: Razer Black Widow (mechanical).
Mouse: Mionix Naos 5000.
Headset: Corsair HS1A.

[ Edited Wed Dec 07 2011, 04:51AM ]

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Blounty
Fri Dec 09 2011, 04:03PM

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Yro wrote ...

I've got a Belkin n52 thing that I used to use for FPS gaming when I had a crappy M$ wireless keyboard, I use a mechanical keyboard now so it's been sat in a drawer for about a year. I've never even tried it with MMO gaming but I think I'm gonna try and condition myself to use it whilst leveling in ToR as having 14 ability buttons and one modifier within easy reach (and without having to move my hand) should be pretty damn handy. The one thing I'm not sure will work is the Space button and D-Pad both being thumb buttons.
I did find myself clicking a lot in Beta and occasionally mixing up abilities as Rift has conditioned me to needing to use very few keys (with the daft 'put as much as you can into 1 button or get smashed by warriors in 3s flat during pvp' macro system), hence wanting to give the pad a go.
I'm also toying with getting a Naga before launch but I think this might have to wait til after Christmas. Not quite sure if this will just lead to overkill on the button front though.

Anyway, apologies for the rant. Peripherals I currently use are:
Keyboard: Razer Black Widow (mechanical).
Mouse: Mionix Naos 5000.


I realy want to start using my n52, like you its sat in my draw, but cos i use arrow keys at 45' angle its hard for me to get used to, so it may just stay in my draw a bit longer :(
Headset: Corsair HS1A.





[ Edited Fri Dec 09 2011, 07:18PM ]

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Karma
Fri Dec 09 2011, 06:59PM
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ive got razer full set : nostrmo, anansi, naga, vespula and megalodon and i just got new power pc for all that will come :P

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Starkiller
Fri Dec 09 2011, 07:07PM
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I only have a Razer Naga, which I connect to my laptop but I m seriously considering buying the Razer SWTOR keyboard.
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Yro
Fri Dec 09 2011, 07:14PM
gcaster
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Not gonna lie Blounty, that is possible one of the biggest quote fails I've ever seen.
Anyway, I've tried using it while playing RIFT but keep just going back to my Keyboard mid-fight. Trying to tank the latest raid content while changing to a gamepad doesn't seem to help our other raiders stay alive!

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Blounty
Fri Dec 09 2011, 07:19PM

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Yro wrote ...

Not gonna lie Blounty, that is possible one of the biggest quote fails I've ever seen.
Anyway, I've tried using it while playing RIFT but keep just going back to my Keyboard mid-fight. Trying to tank the latest raid content while changing to a gamepad doesn't seem to help our other raiders stay alive!


Lol I dunno how i manged that :p



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Blounty
Fri Dec 09 2011, 07:25PM

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was just looking at the naga on amazon, and wireless ones are double price of wired nagas :/

nvr had a wireless mouse tho, how long do they last roughly?

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Starkiller
Fri Dec 09 2011, 07:28PM
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The wireless one is useless for its price, if you wanna buy, then buy standard wired one which is awesome in SWTOR when you get used to it.
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Lain
Fri Dec 09 2011, 08:36PM
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Yeah, I got the wireless version and its on wire 99,9% of the time anyways :P Apart from that its a great peace of hardware.





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Nemeses
Fri Dec 09 2011, 08:40PM
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Why is the wireless one bad, I have the wired and going to swap for the wireless one.

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Blounty
Fri Dec 09 2011, 08:45PM

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Lian Lee wrote ...

Yeah, I got the wireless version and its on wire 99,9% of the time anyways :P Apart from that its a great peace of hardware.


I may just get the wired one then, I cant justify 50% mark up price for a wireless one. And really shoudnt wireless mouses really be called hamsters?

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Starkiller
Fri Dec 09 2011, 08:45PM
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The wired one is faster and doesn't require you to charge it, which is the most annoying part.
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Blounty
Sat Dec 10 2011, 12:03AM

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just seen a SideWinder X5 for £10.00 click not bad

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