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I've been dealing with a Razor Lycosa with sticky keys for about 6 months now. I have tried cleaning it, and the keys are just randomly not registering or hard to press. So I've decided to replace it.

I also need a new mouse, as the feet on my cheap Logitech are sliding off. This is the 5th Logitech mouse in a row that has done this to me. Any idea why this happens?

Anyhow, I'm looking for a keyboard and mouse now, and I refuse to spend a large amount of money on either of them. (please keep your rants about this to yourself, I have my reasons) I love the backlighting on my Lycosa as I like the room very dim when I game.

I like bigger mice with some weight to them, and can't stand corded mice.

Looking to spend less than $60 for both. The lower the price the better. But I don't want some random China BS either.

Suggestions?
 

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I could always tear it apart and paint it/cover it with Di-Noc.

I know the difference between a standard mouse and a gaming mouse, but what's the difference between a standard keyboard and a gaming keyboard besides the price hike?

Before I got my Lycosa I was using a mid-grade Logitech wireless keyboard, and with the exception of the backlighting and looking cool, I can't tell a difference between the Lycosa and any other keyboard I've used.
 
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