kinda related to the thread:
I just cleaned my mouse; god damn there were crumbs and hairs all over the scroll wheel base
I removed every single one, and left the parts in a cup of rubbing alcohol.
I hope it feels better now
Logitecg G710+ I just picked up a week ago, mechanical is so goddamn nice.
Logitech MX518 (just realized it's 10 years old holy fuck)
i-rocks KR-6280 gaming keyboard: don't game, just a good high quality rubber dome.
Logitech MX Revolution mouse: has about 6 or 7 buttons and they work great with Mission Control on my Mac.
Corsair K65 and a Zowie FK1
Ryos Mk Pro and Razer Deathadder chroma
V80 with mx clears, waiting for my KC60 to arrive
>getting switches you don't like
>lel its a dum meme
Razer Blackwidow Tournament 2014 and Zowie FK1.
Quite happy with them, i believed that razer was shit until i bought this keyboard on sale.
gaymer peripherals xd
Razer Deathadder Chroma
>noppoo lolita spyder with Khail Browns
admittedly i bought the G600 for "muh gaymes" but i've come around to using it's macro keys as shortcuts for my desktop and it's worked wonders. still doesn't beat my old trackball M570 though
Leopold FC750R w/ MX Browns and Mionix Naos 7000
Filco Majestouch w/ MX Browns and Logitech G700s
Das Ultimate S w/ MX Browns
CM Quickfire TK w/ MX Blues
Noppoo Lolita w/ MX Reds
Planning on getting either an Avior 7000, Castor, or a Zowie mouse.
Corsair K70 with red backlights and MX blue switches.
Corsair M65 mouse
Normally I don't buy a matching set just because. I first bought the mouse to replace my G400, which I never really liked. The M65 is a bit like the G9 I had before it broke. While I would've preferred a slimmer body, this is still acceptable. The material of the mouse is what really made me buy it over that logitech gayman mouse (502?). Overall it's a great little thing. It's heavy, but I like it heavy so that's a good thing for me.
The keyboard I had been thinking about a long time. Originally I meant to buy something with blue switches and no numpad. Almost got a tenkeyless model, but then I went with the numpad model as I use it every now and then. The design of the K70 was pretty much its selling point, I absolutely love how it looks. Don't regret a thing, this thing feels amazing.
>The material of the mouse is what really made me buy it over that logitech gayman mouse (502?)
Explain, is it the difference between how gimicky "gamer" aesthetics or physical build itself. Currently looking for a mouse myself, I've been eye'ing on Zowie mice.
I have a very similar mouse to the OP, it is pretty decent and light, but the plastic feels a little cheap
It has a gritty surface that feels nice to use. The mouse is partly made of aluminium as well so it feels rugged. As you can see it's pretty much void of gayman gimmicks, aside from a few things:
It has a thumb button that temporariliy brings your DPI down to 400 or something. Useful if you're cropping some item or in general when using MS paint.
It has DPI adjustment buttons and a handy led that shows you how extreme DPI you are running.
I think I could change the colors of the leds if I installed the manufacturer bloat software but I won't.
I just had to get a matching kb+m to satisfy my autism. I originally had the Sabre but it felt too big and light, then I switched to the M65. I thought I would hate it at first but it's actually nice. For the K70, I returned the old one with MX Browns and switched for MX Reds instead. I like the linear switch better even when typing although I use o-ring dampeners since I hate the loud sounds that it makes.
CM Storm Quickfire TK with Blues
Razer Deathadder Chroma
Sorry for the late reply,
The G402 is pretty baller for shooters. I'm not used to gaming mice, but putting my DPI setting down second-from-max really helps with my accuracy in CS:GO and helps me not twitch the fuck out.
Opinions on the mionix caster? Heard some good things about it, but not sure whether i should pick it up.
Filco Majestouch 2 (Red switches)
Mionix Naos 7000
CM Storm QUICKFIRE TK with replaced caps, due to the old ones breaking. Steelseries rival RAW I dislike too many buttons seems dumb. Custom animaymay mouse pad.
IBM Model M SSK & Logitech G500
pic is keyboard
Could someone recommend me a small, fingertip usable mouse? I have been using the first xornet version for a while now but the sensor is crap, buttons are crap, too fucking wide. I can't find anything decent, i tried to get g303 but all of the models had rattling sensor which fucked with my aim when moving the mouse fast. The g302 wobbles at the sides so it's shit too. In my country in the balkans i can't find any local shops that ship zowie or mionix which seem to have mice that i could use. I play a lot of shooters and pretty much any other good game that comes out. Any ideas?
I've had it for like ten years now, no reason to switch
I av zalman pro gaming keebord with real coel master man mouse.;
CM Quickfire Rapid with Cherry MX Blues
No gaymin' leds though
Noppoo Choc and a G500.
Really like the design in >>52603351. And it looks easy as fuck to clean thanks to no bezel.
Currently using a G502, and waiting until CST trackballs drop on Massdrop again
>having one mouse
Come on, man.
Got the Apex M800 too. Currently it's at work, so I'm using my K70 RGB atm. Usually switch between the two every now and then, but I tend to enjoy the M800 more.
logitech k290 (dont buy this shit)
microsoft wired 200 (bought this shit to replace the other shit, its ok)
sharkoon drakonia (its cool up to 2000 dpi imo)
logitech m280 (its ok, good battery life but i think the sensor has some kind of backwards accel)
KBP v80 with matias quietclick switches
Logitech MX Master
Microsoft keyboard and microsoft mouse
K70 + hp wireless comfort laser mouse it has adjustable dpi, 400-1600, and it lasts over a year on two AA batteries
Dell keyboard from 1999 that came with the family computer
Cheap Belkin mouse from probably 2007 or so that I'm going to replace soon because it double clicks at random and the wheel sometimes won't work
I don't see the point in replacing peripherals if the ones you have work fine.
Keyboard: Thermaltake Poseidon Z RGB (blue MX switch version)
Mouse: Corsair M65 RGB
Shit's tight, mang.
CM Storm Quckfire Rapid with Blues
Logitech G600 - Idk why /g/ hates it, but the thing has worked wonders for me inside and outside of games, muh sensor bullshit is just placebo and memes, but the 12 thumb buttons, tilt clicks, and ring click just make common tasks so much nicer and games are less of a pain to play, I can play more games one handed now.
i have the same keyboard and i'm sick of hit. space bar double strikes all the time and it's obnoxious. probably gonna get a ducky mini or an rgb pok3r when they come out.
mouse is a g502. after getting rid of my deathadder, didn't really want to go gamer, but all the weights had me interested. i love a heavy as fuck mouse.
CM Storm with blues because it was relatively cheap, serves me well
only complaint is the awful font but I don't really look at it all that much anyways
Razer Deathadder Chroma because it was on sale and is actually really comfy with a great sensor
The middle mouse button on my mouse got fucked, so I need a new mouse. I was looking at the MIONIX NAOS 7000 (http://www.amazon.com/Mionix-NAOS-Optical-Sensor-Mouse/dp/B00HGKQ6VY/?tag=logicaincrem-20). I love how it looks and it looks super comfortable, but my current mouse has adjustable weights, and I generally prefer a heavier mouse. On the other hand, I've heard a lot of great things about Logitech G502 (http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Proteus-Tunable-Customizable-910-004074/dp/B00IRHE892/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1453801830&sr=1-1&keywords=Logitech+G502) and the custimizability and great scroll wheel are really really tempting, but I don't really care for the looks at all. Any of you guys have experience with these and can offer any other mice I haven't looked at?
Keyboard: CMStorm QuickFire full-length, backlit, Cherry Red switches
Mouse: Steelseries Kana V2
Gf - Keyboard: Corsair Strafe RGB - Cherry Brown switches
Gf - Mouse: Steelseries Rival 100
Filco Majestouch 2
heh... that's a CST trackball.
MY NIGGA it aint grate but she lasted me a long time
also i no longer use that mouse mat i just use the desk its self
How do you go each day without killing yourself because your shift key is fucking tiny? I don't even see the point of that extra key beside LSHIFT. It's literally a second backslash.
I'm a whore and I like mice. The Kiro is an awesome travel mouse due to its size.
Kana V2, best budget mouse in existence. Simplistic design and ergonomics, ambidextrous and works well with voice comms, as I have mouse4 bound to push-to-talk.
Rival 300, excellent grip thanks to the rubber on the side, comfy ergonomics and excellent sensor. Couldn't give a shit about the entire RGB thing, though.
A hilarious amount of Corsair keyboards (and mice) considering the LOL CORSAIR KEK YOU ARE AUTISSTIC nonsense spouted about their keyboards on this board.
>mfw accidentally a huge gob of cum on keyboard
shouldn't have thought 5 feet was safe distance.
Pulled out some keys and cleaned but now I feel like I gotta undo all the damn keys. Think I am precuming like a hose everywhere and not realizing it.
I pWn you at Cs1.6 with this
keyboard: 87 francium pro
mouse: steelseries rival
pic related, cropped from my bs thread
Corsair M65 RGB & the Strafe RBG With Cherry MX Browns
Razer blackwidow tournament stealth
Razer abyssuss 2014
hello goyim, I'm currently in the market for a new mouse because my old one's scroll wheel is dying, and I have it slimmed down to either the SteelSeries rival 300 or the Zowie EC1. Any personal stories before I part with my shekels?
Ducky Shine 4 + G502.
These two lovely bastards minus the headset.
>CM Storm Quickfire Rapid
only problem is my g500 is dying (keeps double clicking) and I need a new mouse. I love the feel of the g500 and was thinking of going for something similar, looking at g402 and g502. any suggestions?
Cooler Master Quickfire Ultimate with brown switches, and Razer Ouroboros. Considering getting a keyboard with different switches, but the mouse serves it purpose fine.
CM Quickfire TK
keyboard is great and holds up to my osu! gaming. Deathadder was the only mouse that would decently fit my giant hands. Got chroma because i wouldnt stand green light all day.
Logitech G600 + Lolita tenkeyless
The side buttons are really useful on the mouse. I have ctrl+tab,ctrl+w,ctrl+t,alt+f4 and a whole bunch of other hotkeys bound to the mouse so I can basically browse one handed. Plus I have the shift keys all bound to terminal hotkeys like ctrl+d and ctrl+z.
once you get used to them, yes.
But they won't be as good as dedicated gaming mouse, mainly due to a poor resolution.
There are a few very good gamers playing with either Logitech M570 or Elecom M-xt3urbk, but for most people mouse will be easier for twitch movements.
(Personally I can use a trackball faster than a mouse, I can use it more accurately than a mouse - but I cannot be fast and accurate at the same time. But maybe I'm just retarded)
logitech 710, and patriot viper mouse i got on sale at frys. pretty decent mouse surprised more people dont have it
Logitech trackball (M570)
e-1337 fancy pants gaymur keyboard by razr (not sure of model name)
after 5 years of reliable servicce, this one is dying, and I need reccomendations for a new keyboard. as you can see it randomly doubletypes characters.
ps my shit iss filthy, I know
quickfire w/blues and g9x
feels pretty good
future m/kb will probably be rgb backlit keyboard with same switches
and a mouse with a similar shape to the intellimouse, maybe a steelseries or zowie