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Posted 6/14/14

kokorowohiraite wrote:

I recently added the Razer Kabuto to my Razer collection. Although I didn't mention mouse pads in my OP, I thought I'd post a little update.


outerheaven139 wrote:

I use a normal keyboard, i don't care for fancy ones.. but i buy a new mouse every 1 or 2 months cause playing Dota pretty much ruins them within that time, right now i use a CLG Razer DeathAdder 2013


Every few months? Wow. I haven't played Dota 2 for very long, only about 12 hours so I can't imagine how much it takes to ruin them in a few months. Let me know how long the DeathAdder ends up lasting you because even my (original) Imperator has lasted me a pretty insane number of years.



Yeah i have 3 thousand hours of Dota 2 and it's very understandable, my APM ( actions per minute) are around 180, so 180 clicks per minute, and Dota 2 matches last from 20 minutes to 1 hour, the most durable one i ever had was the Logitech G9X Mw3 Edition that lasted about 1 year and a half of playing dota, the one i regret the most is the Steelseries Sensei Fnatic edition that didn't last more than 6 months before getting the " double click" problem, also, i have an arm injury from playing too much dota and this DeathAdder feels like the smoothest one, usually with other mouses i play 2 matches in a row and my arm starts to hurt pretty bad, but with this one i can play twice the amount before feeling anything, so yeah, can't get away from the Razer lineup
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Posted 6/16/14
I'm currently using a Das Model S professional mk using cherries. I have typeless caps so for people not used to them, it's absolutely confusing to use. I've had it for a while now, and have had no issues and probably won't upgrade for awhile.

As for mice, I had a gen1 Razer Deathadder (the very first generation of them capping at 1800dpi) for awhile before finally upgrading to a
Zowie Ec1 Evo. I play most of everything with low sens, so the naturally low dpi and it being an optical mouse helps alot.
As for usage, mostly gaming and video rendering
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Posted 6/17/14
Razer Naga Epic + Razer Orbweaver for all gaming

Logitech g110 for everything else, oh and a logitech g9x cus sometimes i forget to charge my naga and cable wont reach all the way to my desk xD
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Posted 6/18/14 , edited 6/18/14
Been using the Razer Black Widow & Razer Taipan for about 6 months now, love the simple design (not too many buttons) and it performs like on the day I received them.
I use this setup for almost all my PC games except for platformers, I use my Razer Sabertooth for that.

I would only recommend the Razer Black Widow to someone if they didn't mind the loud feedback of Cherry MX Blue key switches, though I heard Razer is now using their own mechanical switches so I'd suggest looking that up before making a purchase.

As for the Taipan, it's a really simple mouse. Left button, right button, scroll wheel, and four side buttons (2 on each side) giving it a total of 7 buttons if you don't include the 2 center buttons for quick adjusting DPI.

If I planned on making a change to my set up in the future it'll most likely be for cosmetic purposes only, the Razer EG bundle looks really nice.
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Posted 6/21/14
Keyboard - Logitech G710+ http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g710plus-mechanical-gaming-keyboard
Mouse - Cooler Master Storm Inferno http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/product.php?product_id=3006
I used a Logitech G500 for a long time because I like the adjustable weight (mostly used it heaviest) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104318

I made the switch to the CM because I got it for free, and wanted to give it a shot. It is very smooth, though part of that could also be my mouse pad.

Cooler Master Control http://gaming.coolermaster.com/en/products/padz/control-rx/

The mouse pad is huge, but its a nice surface.

I use mine mainly for gaming, mostly a MMO player (currently Wildstar) Go through periods where I play hundreds of hours of LoL then play tons of other games.

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Posted 6/23/14
I'm currently using some optical Alienware mouse that came with my computer since my other mouse is broken, and a Logitech G15 keyboard.
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Posted 6/24/14 , edited 6/24/14
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Posted 6/30/14 , edited 6/30/14
I'm using a Razer Naga 2014 mouse
http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mice/razer-naga
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21 / M / The Void
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Posted 7/1/14 , edited 7/1/14
Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Stealth (sounds like a technique used by a shonen protagonist) for my keyboard and a Razer Naga Epic for my mouse. The more macro keys the better, MMO playing requires a lot of them.
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Posted 7/1/14
I'm using a regular HP wireless keyboard and a Razer Deathadder 2013.
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Posted 7/1/14
I think my Keyboard and mouse are the best on the market, If you want a gaming setup its either these or Razer naga and Razer Black Widow, but, I'm using a

Logitech Gaming Keyboard G710+


Logitech G600(white)

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Posted 7/10/14
Das Keyboard Standard Professional Cherry MX Brown and Logitech G500 mice
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