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This review is from: Perixx MX-1000 Iron Programmable Gaming Mouse
Pros: Great feel and weight.
Looks cool with the decepticon thing.
Scroll wheel is fantastic.
Side buttons are wonderfully difficult to accidentally press.
Customizable LED and DPI settings.
Cons: Braided cable snags on my mouse pad, but that's really a personal problem.
Does not include a Mountain Dew tap.
Other Thoughts: For the price, this mouse cannot be beat. The construction rivals that of Razer, no trolling.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G400 Black 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: Good accuracy, nice shape, good weight.
Cons: The side buttons. I found myself accidentally pressing them and losing typed up messages and job applications by navigating to the previous screen in my browser as a result. Had to get 3rd party software to change their function to something actually useful.
Other Thoughts: The mouse died slowly (cable connection came looser and looser over time) in just under 2 years of use. I was hoping it would last longer than that.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Keyboard - Retail
Pros: It ain't no Logitech G19, but it gets the job done, and has some cool features. Backlit keys with 4 variable brightness settings, quick response time, two braille-like bumps on the 'W', Macros (three changeable macro profiles, with 6 macro buttons), Media player buttons (Pause, play, previous, next, volume up\down\mute), Calculator button. You can make it so it disables the winkey while in-game, which is rather handy. Also, the plastic thingies in the back that you flip out to make your keyboard stand at an angle are thick and heavy duty, so I'd be surprised if they broke any time soon.
Cons: You can't detach the wrist rest, so it's rather wide. The key distance/size/something differs from other boards so it'll take a bit to get used to.
Other Thoughts: I got this board during the Black Friday event for $29.99. Good stuff.READ FULL REVIEW