Just got my Razer Blackwidow Ultimate. Loving the feeel of typing noww!
I think it is my Logitech G600 mouse
I don't have any nice peripherals, but I have worked all my abilities/strafing into enough close keys and modifier buttons to where I can play with one hand without even having to move my wrist and use the mouse to run. If I could have any peripheral, though, it'd be one of those mouses™ with the 3x4 numpad-like grid of buttons on the thumb side, so I could play with one hand in case I ever lost my left in a tragic shark-farming accident.
i use a standard wireless mouse and the laptop keyboard....i need an upgrade, i guess without neither i wouldnt be able to do anything. i just dont know what to get...
My Logitech G710+ mechanical keyboard is probably my dearest hardware posession
Razer Naga all the way!
For me, the most important peripheral is a good, comfy and responsive keyboard with easy to press keys.
Love my Blackwidow Ultimate!
Much like everyone else its my Naga that I couldn't live without!
My trusty Logitech M500
My headset, just love how loud you can make a game without having to disturb anyone else!
My Siberia V2 Steelseries headset, it works perfectly and sits good on my smaller head, couldn't ask for more.
I couldn't function without my gaming mouse. It's just an old G5, but having the extra buttons under my thumb programmed as meta-keys makes keyboard + mouse operations a lot easier, and not just for gaming.
I can't live without my Razer Naga 2014 mouse. It's just a must for me to be able to be accurate in every game i play. :D
I miss my cataclysm mouse so much. :(
My G930 Wireless Headset!
My monitor, obviously. I mean, it's pretty essential.
A keyboard which allows for headsets and mic to be plugged in it is very helpful imo...
I don't really have any extra equipment. I do use a laptop though, so I guess my USB mouse is rather essential.
I love my Razer Naga and my Razer Vespula mousepad. I love the Vespula because the hard surface is easy to clean and keep very smooth. The Naga allows me to use the 1 through = keys without needing to stretch my hand across the entire keyboard, keeping my left hand free for other keybinds.