Best Keyboard and Mouse?



I am looking to buy a new keyboard and mouse, to upgrade from a Logitech K520. It is a nice keyboard and mouse combo, however, the signal is constantly cutting out and freezing. I am looking for a keyboard and mouse to use for gaming, and general purpose computing.

I am wondering what everyone here would recommend and/or uses?


Comments (6)

6 responses to “Best Keyboard and Mouse?”

  1. Polycrastinator

    I have a Monoprice mechanical keyboard with blue switches that I love, and a Razer Naga (with thumbboard) that I have configured with various shortcuts/macros that I use commonly while document editing. It's not wireless, but they work well. I have another keyboard with red (linear) mechanical switches, and I prefer those but it doesn't have a numeric keypad which I need, but overall just a quality keyboard with the mechanical switch of your preference is what I'd choose.

  2. jimchamplin

    I have an original Das Keyboard Model S, and have been using it for several years. Combined with a Gamdias mouse, it's a good combo.

  3. polloloco51


    After extensively researching, and even considering getting an old IBM Model M.

    I have settled on a Eagletec KG010 mechanical keyboard, because it seems (from reviews) to be excellent, and has the mechanical feel/sound I am looking for. Also it is under $100

    I also settled on a Red Dragon M801 Mammoth gaming mouse, and it seems to be excellent also, and under $100

  4. jumpingjackflash5

    Lenovo Preferred Pro USB + Zowie Ec-1 or ec-2 (correspoding to hand size)

  5. kherm

    Really any keyboard that uses Cherry MX switches will have a nice typing experience.

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