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What mouse and keyboard are you using?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by BigBlockTowncar, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. BigBlockTowncar

    BigBlockTowncar Ancient Guru

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    I need to get a new mouse and would like a new keyboard as well. I have a Microsoft optical mouse right now and a Microsoft hotkey keyboard. The nice is kind of grungy now and the keyboard is pretty loud. I just wanted some opinions on what you were using.

    I would like a mouse with at least 5 buttons as that is what I have now, and I would like a keyboard that has programmable hotkeys. I like the calculator hotkey, my computer and the mute/volume buttons. I don't care about the web surfing buttons.

    I have read a few of the mouse reviews on guru3d but there really aren't many. Please share your likes and dislikes of your current setup.

    Are the macros very useful? At what point is the DPI scanning enough? 2000? 3000? 5000?
     
  2. avivoni

    avivoni Ancient Guru

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    i gotz g15 keyboard and g9 mouse. cant complain. i love them. plenty of buttons on mouse and macros on keyboard.
     
  3. Axkingz

    Axkingz Member Guru

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    I have a Logitech G15 keyboard and a Logitech G9 mouse too!

    Love that the keyboard has backlighting, and programmable keys! Its really amazing how handy the backlight is. It also has a display, which can be quite usefull.

    Same goes for the mouse, really enjoy using it. It has changable grips, one that is sweat resistant, and since i have problems with that it is very nice having a mouse that stays dry. I prefer it over the G5.
     
  4. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    Using a Razor Deathadder mouse, which I have to say is probably the best mouse ive owned, and Ive been through a few!

    As for the keyboard, I have a Razer Lycosa, which Im pretty pleased with. Keys have a very nice feel to them, although I dont rate the media buttons on it at all - meant to be touch sensitive, but they are not particularly sensitive! LOL.
     

  5. avivoni

    avivoni Ancient Guru

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    i really only have positive feedback for anything logitech. keyboard,mouse,camera,speakers,gamepad,g25wheel,airplane joystick all logitech all superb quality.
     
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    live4life Banned

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    Logitech G11 keyboard and a Logitech G500 mouse here!!!!!
     
  7. Sutura

    Sutura Master Guru

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    Too general info you have given. Budget? Are you a gamer? I use a simple A4Tech AK-47, and my APM ain't as fast as that mouse. It's your choise, but I think you shouldn't throw too much money on it :D
     
  8. Th3_Edge

    Th3_Edge Master Guru

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    Logitech G15 keyboard and G500 mouse.
     
  9. FULMTL

    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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    Logitech G9 with a a $7 SIIG keyboard.
    Keyboard makes no difference to me. This keyboard is inaudible, and I can wash it the bathtub as its waterproof! I'd like to see an expensive keyboard do that.
     
  10. gurusan

    gurusan Master Guru

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    G15 keyboard and MX518 mouse here
     

  11. BigBlockTowncar

    BigBlockTowncar Ancient Guru

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    Well yes I play games. Probably not going to spend more than 40 or 50 for mouse, and maybe 60 or 70 for keyboard...Much rather spend a lesser amount of money and buy other things.
     
  12. alpha2beta

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    Saitek Eclipse II Keyboard and a Logitech MX518 Mouse
     
  13. Pill Monster

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    G5 mouse and a $10 keyboard.
     
  14. gurusan

    gurusan Master Guru

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    tbh I think the MX518 is the best mouse ever made. It's perfect, and very affordable
     
  15. Death_LV

    Death_LV Master Guru

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    using Razer Tarantula and Razer Boomslang Collector's Edition 2007 for gaming.
     

  16. Li4m79

    Li4m79 Ancient Guru

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  17. krayzieNRG

    krayzieNRG Master Guru

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    deathadder mouse and arcosta keyboard with a goliathus pad
     
  18. FlawleZ

    FlawleZ Ancient Guru

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    Same here.

    Running the Razer Deathadder and Razer Lycosa. For me, I wanted precision and high sensitivity with my mouse, and for my keyboard I wanted a quality backlit keyboard that was aesthetically pleasing.
     
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    Mega_Death Maha Guru

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    Razor DeathAdder and G15. The Razor's just have a great feel and fits my hand like a glove.
     
  20. Year

    Year Ancient Guru

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