I could not live without my Razer Naga 2014 because I need the buttons for all my macros/abilities.
Funny enough, I've been gaming with the same mouse for a very long time. I <3 my Logitech MX510!
My razer naga mouse has served me for 3 years, cant imagine using any other mouse.
My Logitech G13 Keyboard.
I actually have no gaming peripherals, but I can say I couldn't play without the two side buttons of my ordinary mouse
I would say my entire computer as a whole. If I had to choose though, it'd be my graphics card. Nothing like playing every game on max settings! Radeon ftw! =D
I was saving money for a long time to get Razer Naga. Havent eating anything for breakfast for month to get enough money to buy it. Now, cannot imagine any other mouse other than Naga. Thank you Razer!
I can't live without my Razer Naga! Seriously, it was a life changer for me.
I don't have gaming peripherals. But, really, I couldn't live without my "frankenputer" on it's own. My power supply died today and I had to wait for my husband to come home with the one I sent him to pick up before I could do anything! I could use his computer, sure, but his settings are nothing like mine!
My Sennheiser headphones give me SO much better access to the music and sounds of WoW and other games. Would suck without them.
My laptop table, could not play wow and have all that heat generated from it burn me
Couldn't live without my Naga.
My favorite gaming peripheral are my cordless headphones, which work both on my console and my computer.
I'd be lost without my trusty Razer Naga.
I couldn't live without my Nostromo keypad! I once gave a friend a hard time for using one, but when I tried it I was sold. I've had several since then.
Mouses are cool but for me it would have to be my surround sound headset from Logitech. Without it, things like the savagery of the WoD trailers would not be complete!
My Corsair K70 Mechanical keyboard. ^_^
I don't have any gaming peripherals at the moment (unless you count the tape holding my laptop screen together, lol).I will be building a new computer in spring hopefully.
I don't have many fancy things in my gaming setup - in fact, I use a 17" Dell Inspiron laptop as my primary computer - but a few months ago I was searching for a great headset for under $100. I watched dozens of HardwareCanucks videos on Youtube, along with other content creators, and kept coming back to the (you guessed it) Kingston HyperX Cloud headset.Truly, they are one of the best headsets for quality and price I've ever owned. The sound quality is convincing and immersive; the headset itself is very durable and can take quite a beating; the mic quality is great over things like Skype, Ventrilo, and in-game chat; and for $80 on Amazon, I really couldn't have been more impressed. The presentation is very well done, as well - I love shiny boxes!
It sucks to go without my Logitech mouse and headset! The headset's dead and the mouse is dying (well, the middle mouse button is pretty much worn out)!