Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by lukafolz, Aug 22, 2016.
Budget of £60 together go
My keyboard: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PowerCool...934537?hash=item2eebc33549:g:TR4AAOSwUuFWxNXGMy mouse: https://www.amazon.co.uk/MSI-DS100-Laser-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B00MOZQX46/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1471889888&sr=8-1&keywords=msi ds100Total: Only £35Both do the job they need to do and they both have LEDs!
LEDS OMG it's a no brainer
If you do end up getting the keyboard, it's alright - mouse is good value for money definitely though. The keyboard works 100% of the time, but you can tell it's not a premium brand. The pause break button is the button to turn the lights on, too
I'd say be sure to get a mechanical keyboard.
I don't have a spevial keyboard, but I have a nice mouse I'd buy again you might think it's expencive, but I'm working on a super- cheap keyboard (well, about $10) since I don't use it often, since I'ave bought my pc to design (with sketchup and so) wich is the thing I usally do https://www.amazon.co.uk/Trust-Advanced-Laser-Laptop-Tracks/dp/B00LELMK20
Haha I'm a fan of the keyboard but I don't like red . Sol il look around for a diff mouse
I'm sure there's probably similar around... have a look at Amazon and eBay, you'll find something
Haha I have seen a mouse by Razer I like I'm just seeing what the EMC think
If you found a Razer mouse AND keyboard under 60 quid, its either a complete trash mouse (Razer doesn't exactly have the best history when it comes to quality) Or a ridiculous deal.
I got my Razer Deathadder for £30 off Amazon like a year ago. It was a steal. If you can get it for the same price, go for it.I can't speak for any keyboard though lol. I'd against anything non-mechanical.
I hope my keyboard won't ever break. I've used it for most of my life, and I'm quite attached to it (figuratively, of course)
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