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    Please help me choose good gaming mouse & Keyboard. Expected price range is within 10000Tk each. Primarily I have targeted these two.

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    Please suggest me if I should go for these or if you have better suggestions? And also please suggest me good mouse pads as well. Thanks..Need your help

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    i personally use logitech g500, very comfortable, has a very nice grip, but razer always make kick ¤¤¤ products, never go wrong with razer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    i personally use logitech g500, very comfortable, has a very nice grip, but razer always make kick ¤¤¤ products, never go wrong with razer.
    You have no idea what Razer does with their products, far from kick ¤¤¤ lol. Very bad build quality on some products.

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    Get a mechanical keyboard instead of the fancy membrane ones, if possible the Blackwidow Ultimate 2013 or CM storm quickfire or sth like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-addict View Post
    Please help me choose good gaming mouse & Keyboard. Expected price range is within 10000Tk each. Primarily I have targeted these two.

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    Razer DeathAdder 2013
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    Gaming Keyboard
    Logitech G110
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    Please suggest me if I should go for these or if you have better suggestions? And also please suggest me good mouse pads as well. Thanks..Need your help
    First one = Good Choice
    Second one = Piece of $hit

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You have no idea what Razer does with their products, far from kick ¤¤¤ lol. Very bad build quality on some products.
    Maybe Razer kicked his a$$ once LMFAO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    You have no idea what Razer does with their products, far from kick ¤¤¤ lol. Very bad build quality on some products.
    I dont know why people like Razer products so much specially the DA. I had a Black Edition on an sold it within 3 days of buying. Problem with the mouse was that if I moved it horizontally the cursor would move diagonally.


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    You can take Logitech G400s + Logitech G110 + Razer Goliathus Mousepad

    Its your choice actually

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I dont know why people like Razer products so much specially the DA. I had a Black Edition on an sold it within 3 days of buying. Problem with the mouse was that if I moved it horizontally the cursor would move diagonally.
    There is a chance that your unit was faulty, but other than that the DA is still Razer's best product(not the 2013 edition).

    The original 3G/3.5G is without a doubt one of the best sensors on the market right now. No acceleration/prediction/smoothing(floaty feel). On top of that high IPS(even for optical) for slow sensitivity users. Whereas modern mice fails miserably if take these things into account. The only thing I can complain about the DA is the shape, though that's preference. But it is really heavy/bulky for small hands.

    I prefer the Xai/WMO/IMO 1.1 ambidextrous mold very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I dont know why people like Razer products so much specially the DA. I had a Black Edition on an sold it within 3 days of buying. Problem with the mouse was that if I moved it horizontally the cursor would move diagonally.
    There is a chance that your unit was faulty, but other than that the DA is still Razer's best product(not the 2013 edition).

    The original 3G/3.5G is without a doubt one of the best sensors on the market right now. No acceleration/prediction/smoothing(floaty feel). On top of that high IPS(even for optical) for slow sensitivity users. Whereas modern mice fails miserably if take these things into account. The only thing I can complain about the DA is the shape, though that's preference. But it is really heavy/bulky for small hands.

    I prefer the Xai/WMO/IMO 1.1 ambidextrous mold very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    There is a chance that your unit was faulty, but other than that the DA is still Razer's best product(not the 2013 edition).

    The original 3G/3.5G is without a doubt one of the best sensors on the market right now. No acceleration/prediction/smoothing(floaty feel). On top of that high IPS(even for optical) for slow sensitivity users. Whereas modern mice fails miserably if take these things into account. The only thing I can complain about the DA is the shape, though that's preference. But it is really heavy/bulky for small hands.

    I prefer the Xai/WMO/IMO 1.1 ambidextrous mold very much.

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    There is a chance that your unit was faulty, but other than that the DA is still Razer's best product(not the 2013 edition).

    The original 3G/3.5G is without a doubt one of the best sensors on the market right now. No acceleration/prediction/smoothing(floaty feel). On top of that high IPS(even for optical) for slow sensitivity users. Whereas modern mice fails miserably if take these things into account. The only thing I can complain about the DA is the shape, though that's preference. But it is really heavy/bulky for small hands.

    I prefer the Xai/WMO/IMO 1.1 ambidextrous mold very much.
    amar moto akta Roccat Kone use koira deikho tokhon bujhba valo mouse kare koi.

    P.S.: My Theron felt better than the DA.

    P.P.S: I sold my DA to a friend of my friend. Got a feedback about a month back, said that the DA was awesome. Guess DAs were not meant for me...


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    I had the G110, decent kb but at this time you shouldn't be getting anything other than a mechanical. If you can't get one of those then get something simpler with a lighter price tag.

    @shafi , Razer has absolutely horrible build quality starting from their mice to their KBs. I don't think I've seen any of their keyboards last more than a year. THey got their popularity from the original DA which was truly legendary, but ever since then, everything else has been more or less trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
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    Maybe Razer kicked his a$$ once LMFAO!
    What do you suggest for keyboard??

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-addict View Post
    What do you suggest for keyboard??
    Aivia Osmium- Cherry Red or a Ducky Cherry Brown one.

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