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Peripherals Keyboard, Mouse and Headphone Advice Please

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by fdbh96, 20 Nov 2011.

  1. fdbh96

    fdbh96 New Member

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    Hi all,

    Christmas is coming up and I think I need to replace the logitech mk330 bundle I got when I first built my pc.

    For the keyboard:
    • Budget of £50
    • Not really bothered about millions of extra keys.
    • Doesn't really matter if its wired or wireless

    For the Mouse:
    • Budget of £50
    • Wired or Wireless
    • Don't want millions of buttons so I don't press them all the time by accident :)
    • Must be comfortable (takes priority)

    Also worth noting that I am only really a light gamer, up to 5 hours a week, so I'd rather the keyboard and mouse be better for general use than gaming.

    And finally, in ear headphone recommendations.
    I've heard that Senneheiser are good as well as sony. Does anyone have any specific recommendations under £50.

    TIA
     
  2. GoodBytes

    GoodBytes How many wifi's does it have?

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    I love my keyboard, I highly recommend it.
    It's the Logitech illuminated keyboard. It's wired illuminated keyboard (illumination controls is OS independent, no software needed to adjust it). It's sleek, professional, comfortable to type on, and you don't have millions of buttons. The keyboard is very solid. it's actually heavy for what it is. you can feel the quality. The illuminated of the keys are white (orange for the F1 to F12 keys)

    Check out reviews.

    The downside, is that it's a bit on the expensive side. I don't know if it's out of budget for you.
     
  3. longweight

    longweight Possibly Longbeard.

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    Logitech G700, a little bit more than £50 but it amazing. I use mine for gaming and work. The extra buttons can be used for things like volume etc so they are very handy for multitasking.
     
  4. fdbh96

    fdbh96 New Member

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    Do you reckon the G700 will work with my current receiver (it looks the same) or will it cause conflicts as I think I may keep the keyboard as it doesn't look like I can get a better one for under £50.
     
  5. longweight

    longweight Possibly Longbeard.

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    Is it a unifying Logitech receiver?
     
  6. fdbh96

    fdbh96 New Member

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    I think it may be (looks the same) does anyone have any experience with a razer deathadder, as that looks quite good.
     
  7. longweight

    longweight Possibly Longbeard.

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    Surely another small receiver will be fine though?
     
  8. fdbh96

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    I just wondered if they would interfere with each other :)
     

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