non crazy gaming mice and keyboards?

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#1 MuD3
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are there any wireless gaming mice and keyboards that don't have ridiculous design or lighting?

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Just get a regular mouse, some of the best gamers on the earth use what other people deem as a throw away mouse.

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Just get a regular mouse, some of the best gamers on the earth use what other people deem as a throw away mouse.

NailedGR

yeah this is probably it.. but i would try and get something ergenomic all the same.. no sense ----ing up your hands

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are there any wireless gaming mice and keyboards that don't have ridiculous design or lighting?

MuD3
Just get a wired keyboard and mouse.... ur gonna have possibly some slight lag in games with wireless. Most pc gamers do not go with wireless. Unless your far away from your computer what's the point?
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#5 superclocked
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[QUOTE="MuD3"]

are there any wireless gaming mice and keyboards that don't have ridiculous design or lighting?

MxAa
Just get a wired keyboard and mouse.... ur gonna have possibly some slight lag in games with wireless. Most pc gamers do not go with wireless. Unless your far away from your computer what's the point?

After using the Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 2.0 with only one battery in it, I cannot stand feeling the wire on my mouse rubbing and bumping into everything. I'm definitely going to get another one before R6: Patriots is released, since I'm just using a cheap wired Logitech mouse at the moment...
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#6 MuD3
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[QUOTE="MuD3"]

are there any wireless gaming mice and keyboards that don't have ridiculous design or lighting?

MxAa
Just get a wired keyboard and mouse.... ur gonna have possibly some slight lag in games with wireless. Most pc gamers do not go with wireless. Unless your far away from your computer what's the point?

because i don't like wires?
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yeah, i'm not going to buy anything. i like what i have now, i was just looking around at what the gaming stuff was like and i found it all to be way over the top and stupid looking.
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After using the Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 2.0 with only one battery in it, I cannot stand feeling the wire on my mouse rubbing and bumping into everything. I'm definitely going to get another one before R6: Patriots is released, since I'm just using a cheap wired Logitech mouse at the moment...superclocked
Get a mouse bungee. You won't feel your cord, and the amount of money you'll save on batteries over a few years will cover the cost.
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#9 MuD3
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have only used one set of batteries in my cordless mouse, rechargeable...
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Get a mouse bungee. You won't feel your cord, and the amount of money you'll save on batteries over a few years will cover the cost.RayvinAzn

Tough times, I use tape instead haha serves the same purpose.

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have only used one set of batteries in my cordless mouse, rechargeable...MuD3
Same here.. I haven't used disposable batteries in ages. Well, except when products come with a cheap set of batteries. I go ahead and use those before I install rechargeable batteries...
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[QUOTE="MuD3"]have only used one set of batteries in my cordless mouse, rechargeable...superclocked
Same here.. I haven't used disposable batteries in ages. Well, except when products come with a cheap set of batteries. I go ahead and use those before I install rechargeable batteries...

yep, same.