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Which peripheral to get?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by venturePinkLacespot810, Jun 9, 2016.

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  1. venturePinkLacespot810

    venturePinkLacespot810 Active Member

    Ok Insider, I have that nifty 15% off peripheral code from Insider Rewards and I'm not quite sure what to get with it... I do have a Razer Blade, but the only peripheral I have is an Orochi because I game on the go a lot. So, help me decide! Tell me your favorite peripheral and why I should get it. Speaker? Headset? Keyboard? Let me know!
     
  2. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    First thing I bought with my Edge was a sabretooth, so that or wildcat. The kabuto is also a great mobile mousemat.
     
  3. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    1) Kraken 7.1 / Kraken forged
    2) Deathadder/Mamba
    3) Orbweaver
     
  4. SuijinZero

    SuijinZero Active Member

    Mouse first, precision is key. Any game you play you would want a smooth mouse with precise aim and all the perks goes with it like the naga and so forth. You can hotkey a lot of things with the Naga mouse, they last a long time with Razer 2 yrs warranty. Next is a Blackwidow keyboard, the next best thing to the mouse, need that mechanical keyboard for endless clicky gaming and customization. After that I would say a pair of headphone, if you already got good ones then probably a mousepad and anything else after that is just the cherry on top.
     
  5. Naga epic for a mouse since you game on the go a lot, its a quality mouse and wireless. then the Kraken 7.1.
     
  6. venturePinkLacespot810

    venturePinkLacespot810 Active Member

    What kind of wireless? The Orochi is Bluetooth which is great for on-the-go, but then you have the Mamba which is also "wireless" but you need to carry its dock around as a receiver which is NOT great for on-the-go
     
  7. good call, it does require the dock like the Mamba to be used wireless, and like the Mamba it also has a wired option.
     
  8. TheGurgeMan7

    TheGurgeMan7 Well-Known Member

    In my experience the wireless on the mamba is a bit crappy, as it often looses connection and skips when tracking. When it's plugged in it is golden though.
     
  9. ShamX0

    ShamX0 Active Member

    Well if me I'd go with something abit pricey if you have the budget. 15% is more wort, you save more. Hey if you can go for the Leviathan is an awesome speaker. Sits under your monitor and excellent sound for gaming.
     
  10. venturePinkLacespot810

    venturePinkLacespot810 Active Member

    Eh, I have some computer speakers that I like and paid $100 for already. And as much as I'd like a super loud soundbar, I'm about to move into a college dorm this fall so that might not be the best option...

    Thanks to everyone who put in their input! After reading all your suggestions and putting in a little research myself I think I'm going to get an OrbWeaver next.
     
  11. Gr8orangeone

    Gr8orangeone Active Member

    i agree it can get you killed in games if it decides to stop at the wrong moment
     
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