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I went for G19 wired KB with the G700 wireless mouse.
I find it's a nice combo and the macro keys are easy to program on the KB and Mouse.
With a press of the button on my mouse it IDs all my stuff with a AI script among other things.
Topped it off with a G930 headset also with a few macro keys
The whole set up is great for me because the mouse and headset charge from the same type of USB that charges my galaxy.
Ties everything together nicely.
Some people say wireless is no good for gaming but I only play for a little fun sometimes and really... like it matters for D3...
Edited by Cyber#2945 on 2/13/2013 10:43 AM PST
On keyboard side, stay the fk away from Corsair. 1 faulty k90, and one k60. Thats an impressive 2/2.
I guess you got the two i was supposed to get then :p
On a more serious note, if you visit the corsair forum, there are a lot of complaints on both keyboards. Gotta love the fact that they were also marketed as entirely mechanical keyboards, when this was not the case.
Edited by joshi#2277 on 2/13/2013 10:54 AM PST
I am actually really interested in this topic.
Any help would be appreciated from you knowledgable computer gamers.
So here is the issue, Apart from the diablo series(and AoE) im a console gamer, *shock horror*, so my mouse/keyboard skills are good but apart from left click, right click, and a few keyboard buttons(im pretty good at this lol) Not very advanced. I see these mouses with 18 buttons and just cant see myself using them.
Basically I am looking for a simple, yet well made, relatively cheap mouse/keyboard that I can use.
For Diablo 3 I use a Razer Naga mouse with the 6 thumb buttons. I find it easier then using the keyboard for my skills. I just got a Razer Black Widow Ultimate keyboard, which is really nice and mechanical. If you want a basic mouse maybe try the Razer Death Adder. I have one like that also, it is very comfortable and well made. Sorry if I sound like a Razer commercial but they make good stuff!
This is the setup I use and it works pretty awesomely, and it won't break your bank either.
I use a Logitech G15. The only reason I'd want to change is to get a mechanical keyboard. Somebody, I forget who, makes one that looks like a G15, but the Macro keys aren't mechanical on it - wtf? They key action is fine on the G15 anyway, so I'm not really looking to replace it.
I just got a Madcatz R.A.T. 7 and I love it! If you want to fit the mouse to your hand and like a smooth and fast glide, check it out. Most comfortable mouse I've ever owned.
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