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Reccomend me a Mouse, Keyboard and Mouse Pad

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I am finally sick enough of my current setup, that I am looking for advice:

Currently have:
-Logitech Wireless k120 Mouse and Keyboard, generic mouse pad.

I hate typing on that keyboard, I for some reason make an ungodly amount of errors. I love typing on my macbook pro, So i am now using an Apple Wireless keyboard, types better but the functions of it are annoying and don't match up to windows.

My mouse pad sucks and moves all over, so I bought and aluminum one from ebay, which really is now just some thin thing stuck to my desk lol.

I will start my research tonight.

Cliffs: I want something that is nice to type on, a mouse that is not laggy an a mouse pad of good size that does not move!


I appreciate any and all input, its much easier to hear real peoples opinions then to scour the internet (which I will do)
    
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I would recommend Razer Goliathus mouse pad. It's really huge, feels nice and I've been using mine for 6 years now and it still looks very good! smile.gif
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Keyboard: CMStorm Quickfire Rapid/XT, Filco Majestouch 2
Mouse: Logitech G400S, most Zowies
Mousepad: Steelseries QcK series
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Thanks everyone, I wish there was a way I could test out different types of mechanical keys before ordering!
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DEEPfrom1 View Post

Thanks everyone, I wish there was a way I could test out different types of mechanical keys before ordering!

There is, go to your nearest computer store and try out the keyboards there, also you can order switch samplers

http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/wasd-sampler-kit.html

http://www.amazon.com/Max-Keyboard-Keycap-Cherry-Sampler/dp/B00E71W4O8

the second one has a better feel of actually typing on a real board but the first one has more switches, and o-rings.
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