A lil help with peripherals

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Xypros, May 27, 2016.

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  1. Xypros

    Xypros New Member


    As the titles says, i need a little or rather a huge help with my future peripherals setup.
    I currently own Razer Lycosa, Imperator 2012, Goliathus and Kraken Neon Pro ( a lil fan :heartbeat: )
    But the problem is most of them have blue lighting and my future build will be red ( since i have red LED's on my mobo and red LED on my fans in the case )
    So i ask for help from the community if you could recommend some gaming mouses and/or keyboards.

    Keep on Gaming!
  2. RoastierThanToastier

    RoastierThanToastier Active Member

    You could get some Razer chroma peripherals such as the Deathadder chroma or the Blackwidow Chroma that can go with your red LED design
  3. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    well alot of people use the Deathadder for FPS gaming so it would be a good option and also the Blackwidow Chroma looks smexy but then again i should look for stuff a little more and not buy the first things i see.
  4. RoastierThanToastier

    RoastierThanToastier Active Member

    I just mentioned the Deathadder cause I have one and it's really good and comfortable and I said the BW because a lot of people said it was also really good
  5. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    Honestly, you can buy any of the Chroma peripherals and set the red to match your case. What types of games do you play? What type of mouse grip do you use?
  6. Any Blackwidow Chroma will suffice if you want a red themed setup. As for your mouse, you can go with the Mamba, Deathadder, or Naga Chroma and change the coloring to red. Any RGB mouse will do, but if you want Razer, those are the two best options.

    If you don't want to buy an RGB keyboard and you don't want to spend too much money and still want red lighting, the only one I can think of is the Corsair K70 and it is also good option. I have one, and it looks really good and works really well.

    Anything you would like to add to help us with your selections?
  7. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    Like others have mentioned above any Chroma peripheral would match well.

    There are other choices too. Look into gaming products by Acer, Lenovo, ASUS ROG, and BenQ - these companies all have a black + red color theme.
  8. haloboi

    haloboi Active Member

    Chroma is always a safe bet in case you want to change colors again later! Changing from Blue to Green on my next build most likely.
  9. wiking19950309

    wiking19950309 Active Member

    The Chroma sets are all good to make a red light. For only red back light I would offer the Corsair K70 mech keyboard. For a fully red but not chroma mouse, try the Naga hex red.
    For mouse mats only the Firefly has the option of lightning so in that case there are not so much options.
  10. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well i know i could get the Chroma ones but since theyr quit expensive i want to hear other peoples experience with them before buying.
    I mostly play FPS but sometimes other games aswell and my mouse grip is mix between claw and palm but mostly claw type.
  11. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well i dont have any experience with Corsair so might look into it but currently i have good experience with razer stuff so it will be between the two.
    And there isnt much to add, i currently have a laptop which has a keyboard that is diffrent from a PCs keyboard so i need/needed help with choosing a new one.
  12. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well it kinda seems liek Chroma is the only option and i didnt even know BenQ, Acer and Lenovo even did gaming stuff.
  13. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well i didnt even thought about the future if i would change LEDs ( Thanks for reminding me that ) and what will your next build include? GTX 1080? :D
  14. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well like haloboi said the best option is to go with chroma since if i want to upgrade and perhaps change the setup color in the future, i wouldnt need to buy a new mouse and keyboard since i could easily change it via computer. Firefly seems like a good mousemat.
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  15. If you only want to buy razer products, definitely go with the chroma series. but there are a lot of brands that offer red LEDs on their peripherals. I would recommend the corsair brand for keyboards and mice since some of their products come in red LEDs. and the Ducky brand for some red LED mechanical keyboards. but the razer chroma lineup is still pretty good IMO.
  16. Do you want to stay with the laptop styled keys? If so, go with the Deathstalker. I don't have one, but I know what the keys feel like. My friend tells me that it's easy to press the wrong key while gaming in League.
    If you want a mechanical keyboard (I definitely recommend this) then you can't go wrong with any.

    I have a Zowie Benq FK1 (Benq and Zowie are partnered now), it's a good mouse (probably on of my favorites). But the mouse switches are much more stiff than Razer's. I've tested the Lenovo Y gaming keyboard (it's red), and I don't like the switches; they feel awkwardly stiff and chalky.

    What games do you play or want to play?
  17. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Can you give me some information about the "Ducky brand "?
  18. it's a taiwanese brand but their quality is solid. my friend had one for about 2 years now and it doesn't have problems. they use cherry switches http://www.duckychannel.com.tw/en/
  19. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well im use to them but i would really wanna try the normal one. Its really easy to press the wrong key since they are so togheter ( my keyboard looks like this -> http://img1.lesnumeriques.com/test/72/7250/inspiron-15r-edition-speciale-clavier.jpg ) I dont have any experience with mechanical keyboards but i have heard they are worth the money.

    I currently have Razer Imperator 2012 edition but it will die soon. The only problem with my mouse grip is that i keep leaving 2 fingers on the mousepad mid game and when a enemy comes they keep getting in the way, so i might have to look into mouses that have a pad or something on the right side.
  20. Xypros

    Xypros New Member

    Well i live in Estonia so it might be a problem getting one here and i would have easier time getting Corsair or Razer peripherals.
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