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post #11 of 17
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lol Any ideas on a keyboards too lmao?

I will suggest for you a Cooler Master TK red Switch for you. I'm using the red switch and i love it. I don`t need to put too much pressure, but is is easy to typ0 wrong in the beginner but you get used to.
My best for you.

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post #13 of 17
Keyboards?? There are many many good options.
See the reviews, go to a store and feel them before deciding what to buy..
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I like the look of the Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced case.

The HAF cases are fairly easy to strip down. The side panels have a bit of weight on them (compared to cheaper thinner cases) but are thumbscrewed on for easy release. The plastic around the top and sides is held in with plastic clips that go through the metal case frame and to undo them you just push them to release the tension allowing them to pop up through the holes, something you may want to consider is though this requires no strength is does require a bit of fine motor control in twisting your hands up in to the narrow area where the clips are to depress. Also the HAF cases are fairly heavy to move though they can be fitted with wheels (I know the HAF-X comes with the wheels not sure about the 932). If you want something reasonably lightweight you may want to consider looking at aluminium cases.
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post #16 of 17
I'd get the HAF-XM, it looks better than the 932 biggrin.gif
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post #17 of 17
As the former owner of a Razer Blackwidow and a Corsair K90 with hand and finger issues of my own (strength and control), I strongly suggest you DON'T get a mechanical keyboard if you have reduced tactile sense. I have muscular problems that affect my hands and I found both mechanical keyboards very frustrating, because I could not consistently judge the activation and travel distances. The K90 was particularly bad due to the lack of a 'click', it would register keystrokes when my fingers were just resting on the keys.

I second the person who suggested chiclet-style keys with scissor switches, I have a Razer Deathstalker now and it makes a world of difference. As an alternative, I found my Razer Nostromo easier to use than a full keyboard. Locating keys is much simpler because the keys are directly above each other like a numpad, rather than offset as with a conventional keyboard gaming cluster. The thumbpad can also be useful for keys you use on their own a lot, such as stance changes and 'Interact'. If you are looking for a mouse I would suggest a Razer Taipan just because they are quite light and slim, and if your hands aren't too shaky, turning up the DPI can help by reducing the movement required, and therefore reducing fatigue.

I had a H100 that was nice and easy to install, I did have a problem with the pins slipping out of the molex connector, but I think the newer model (H100i) has a SATA connection instead so that should be better.

If you don't mind taking some trouble when you are fitting everything I suggest a CM Storm Enforcer, my father has one, they seem to strike a nice balance between space and weight. I have a Corsair 800D that is good for me because it allows a lot of room to move inside, but the trade-off is that I can't move it on my own without a great deal of difficulty and it is tough to get the front bezel off sometimes.

Good luck!

Edit: In the first paragraph, I changed 'pressure at which the computer would start and cease to register a keystroke' to 'activation and travel distances' for improved clarity.
Edited by Justinator - 6/10/13 at 12:18pm
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