I cannot play games without my Logitech G13. Strafing and moving with my thumb gives me access to tons of binds.
My Merc Stealth, I wish someone would make a similar style keyboard!
My World of Warcraft Mist of Pandaria mousepad edition from Steelseries.
Love my G110 keyboard <3
My razer naga mouse. Love all the buttons!
The piece of gaming hardware I couldn't live without would have to be my SteelSeries WoW gaming mouse!
My razer deathadder 2013 if I can't count all the hardware inside of my computer :)
I would say that my Asus Vulcan Pro is something I could not live without, superb quality and noice cutoff :D
My Razer Naga 2014 Mouse!
Logitech Wave Wireless Laser Keyboard & Mouse, simple but comfortable and effective :o
Cant live without my Razer Naga epic and my Razer Vespula!
Without my trusty Razer Naga, I would not be able to keep on playing, especially now that my left hand is broken.
I could not live without my logitech g600 gaming mouse. The advantage of being able to keybind all spells to the buttons of your mouse is a feature i cannot live without after i got used to it.
I most defiantly could live without my Sidwinder x4. Could go without the multi-functionality of the "profiles".
i absolutely love my cyborg R.A.T. 7 mouse but a close second would be the razer blackwidow keyboard
I love the sound quality of my headset but i wish i had a better mic. I just couldn't listen or play anything without my headset though.
A4 tech X7 mouse is sensivitive and handy
Love my DeathAdder!
Hmm.. I'd definitely have to say my Razer Lachesis mouse. Yeah, I know it's not as fancy as the Naga, but this thing has held up for years, and it works like it did when I first got it. By far my favorite mouse I've ever used and using a different one just feels completely wrong. I've used this same mouse to fight the forces of Yogg-Saron in Ulduar, all the way up until today, and it's still as great as the day I got it.I'm not sure if this counts, but I really love Plantronics Gamecon headset almost as much as my Lachesis.
My keyboard. It's a simple basic keyboard but it's been with me for years and hasn't let me down.