Keyboard: Logitech G Pro
When it comes to PC gaming, response time is everything. You may not realize it yet but that stock keyboard with the crumbs in it could be severing throwing off your game (or at least an excuse you can tell your friends). Checkout the Logitech G Pro. Specifically designed for esport gamers, every detail has a purpose to enhance the gaming experience. This keyboard has 26-key rollover which means you can press every single alphabetical key on the board at the same time with no lag or delay. Its braided cable connects to the keyboard using a micro usb port and has prongs to hold it in tight when desired or unplugs for wireless use. Not only is it more advance than the competition, it looks better. With an LED light in every key, you are able to customize the display and color of the keyboard. It may not be cheap but this keyboard was designed for the ultimate gamer.
More affordable option: Corsair Strafe Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Mouse: Asus ROG Spatha
If you are a fan of a heavy, flat-palm mouse that is loaded with programmable buttons, then look no further. The Spatha is an extremely heavy mouse weighing in at 179 grams which can be troublesome for gamers who like to lift their mouse during game play. If you are a claw grip gamer, the Spatha will force your palm flat into submission with its weight but will likely surprise you with its comfort. The mouse is wireless and offers days of life with a full charge but if you prefer can be plugged into its braided cable. It comes equipped with 12 programmable buttons, 8,200 max DPI, and replaceable buttons for the highest click cycles. While it is intended for the ultimate gamer, it is priced for it too. If you are a broke student or a weak person with small hands the Spatha isn’t for you. Otherwise, this will truly enhance your game play.
More affordable option: Corsair M65 Pro RGB
Headset: SteelSeries Arctis 7
With so many options for enhancing a gaming experience, arguably the most important criteria for the best gaming headset is comfort. The Arctis 7 is impressively comfortable for long periods of gaming with an adjustable band. Even more impressive than the comfort however is the sound quality. Regardless of if you are playing an MMO, FPS, or listening to music, the Arctis 7 will sounds like you are in your own movie theater with DTS Headphone: X for a surround sound effect. It has a 24-hour batter life when unplugged and conquers the competitors with its vocal clarity. When you want true quality however, you’re going to pay for it. The SteelSeries Arctis 7 headset is one of the more expensive options but if money isn’t an issue, it will create the ultimate gaming experience.
More affordable option: HyperX Cloud Stinger
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