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Hi guys, I got $200 to spend, I'm getting a Samsung F3 1TB HDD and the rest I want to spend on a new keyboard and mouse.

Buying from www.pccasegear.com.au

I was looking at the Microsft Sidewinder X4 keyboard and either the Saitek R.A.T 3 or CoolerMaster Storm Sentinel.

Or if you guys have anything to recommend go ahead, as long as I can get it at that site. I want a mouse with no silly issues when you lift it up, and a keyboard that can handle multiple key presses at the same time. Macro keys are not essential.

Thanks!
post #2 of 4
well if you only want to buy it tru that site.
sidewinder x4 is the best choice for you for multiple key press.
it got advance anti ghosting.
for mouse, you can either go for Deathadder or CM storm sentinel,
i owned both, i like CM storm a lot. i like deathadder too, but not the glossy side.
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I second the Deathadder, I tried it before and it just feels right.
My friend who owns it and let me try it out says it's a really good mouse.
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post #4 of 4
i really like my storm inferno but it does use a philips twin eye so you'll have lift issues. Find a mouse w/o a philips twin eye to avoid this (i don't life so i don't have an issue) prolly the mice section has way more informed ppl about which ones are lift safe.
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