Best gaming peripherals

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Postby TJ_2k7 » Sat Nov 03, 2007 3:39 pm

When i ever buy accessories i usually tend to go with someone i know like logitech i hate those companies like madcatz they make rubbish accessories.
Logitech i totally agree. :)

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Re: Best gaming peripherals

Postby TJ_2k7 » Sun Nov 04, 2007 3:46 pm

Quaon wrote:I have a friend who refuses to buy loigitech cause their too expensive. On a completely different note, this same friend's madcatz controllers keep breaking, i wonder why...



Logitech are good quality,
i gone through 2 madcatz controllers while my oldest logitech wireless controller works perfectlly.

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Re: Best gaming peripherals

Postby ICT Tech » Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:14 am

Oops!!! :lol:

Logitech do bad! :lol:
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Re: Best gaming peripherals

Postby muto » Wed Dec 23, 2009 9:24 am

Mouse - Razer Copperhead
Keyboard - Razer Tarantula
GFX - Best Nvidia you can buy (295 if you can get it).

I've got a Plantronics headset that's quite nice, and it's open style, so you can hear other people well when you're using it.


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