WASD is a good starting option and you can get a nice set of keycaps with a large font.
I'd also recommend you check the geekhack group buys (https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=66550.0) from time to time.
Look through the various group buy keycap threads from time to time and if something...
Generally wired devices are better quality.
Mechanical keyboards are better quality, rubber domes for better or worse are pretty much all the same but there's really nothing that will fit your budget range.
If you want a wireless mouse get a G602 on sale - that's probably the best option for you.
Geekhack, Massdrop and Deskthority are good places.
Look through the group buys, place an order and be patient :P
Be careful about group buys though - they're run by individuals sometimes and can take a while.
The history of geekhack and deskthority is fraught with people flubbing group buys at...
I think it's really tough to review mice.
You end either up doing a pretty generic review or you have a more technical review.
Most reviews are people just opening the box, fluffing the mouse and fumbling around for 5-20 minutes. Personally, I'm always left with that feeling of my time being...
As it's been said here, all the "standard" keyboard switches are omron.
So let me just point out that MX red is a linear switch.
The G910 uses unique omron switches that are tactile - so it's more accurate to say it feels like a suppressed MX brown.
Anyways, nit picking aside.
Some of the...
It's not a laser mouse though but why not a G502 and shove all the weights in ;)
Also check out the Rat 7 (adjustable everything) and Thermaltake Level 10 M. These are both laser sensors and quite heavy.
I like the deathadder's shape better but I'd definitely pick the G502 over the deathadder.
The G502's sensor is the most precise sensor that's out right now.
The only issue with the G502 is you might not like the metal scroll wheel "shaking" around when you swipe your mouse. G502 is also a bit...
What I've heard is that all the razer mice except the Deathadder seem to be prone to issues and break down frequently. I think this past year or so I've heard alot of users complain about how their DAs start developing double click issues.
Another issue is synapse 2.0 messing with the mouse's...
My 2 cents:
G240 good quality tracking. It's kinda thin though. It's got a slow glide but it's a bit faster than the QCK's glide.
Steelseries QCK (comes in a few sizes) and QCK heavy (thicker and larger) are also commonly recommended. Personally I don't really like these pads at least the...
Depends on what you're going for.
The best out of the box typing experience will be either the Leopold 750 or the Kul ES 87 these are TKL boards though. CM is also great and easily obtainable.
For full sized boards, filco, leopold and cooler master are definitely the way to go.
If you want...
Topre isn't a new thing though. It's just that the cherry mx compatible stems on this Topre board is something new. I'm slightly kinda annoyed they keep comparing Topre to other keyboards. I mean describe Topre all you want but the proper comparison should be a novatouch (with the...
Although, I have to point out that the steelseries sensei is actually a laser sensor, not optical like the sensor the Rival uses.
It's important to note this because each sensors behave differently on different surfaces.
Laser sensors have been generally known to work better on harder...
Im looking to overhaul my peripherals and Id like to pick your brain.
Ive got a SteelSeries Rival on the way to me and Im looking to pick-up a mousepad that will go along with it.
Ive narrowed my mousepad search down to either the:
Logitech G240 (soft cloth pad)
Logitech G440 (hard...