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Searching for some new stuff (Gaming Supplies)

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What do you all recommend for gaming supplies? No, not looking for GFuel, or any of that! I have a budget of $200 right now so if anyone can help me out let me know!

Looking for a decent gaming chair "Cheap as possible" (Found this one http://ebay.to/2ig1zcP not sure if I should trust it or not)

Looking for a decent gaming mouse to control my DPI settings

Looking for a cheap gaming mouse pad

Looking for a gaming headset as well (Got my eyes set on the "Hyper X Alpha"

 

The gaming chair I use now is horrible. Hurts my back, its broken in places, I've had it for years, not even a computer chair haha. The mouse i'm currently using is an old Logitech M100 which was for a windows xp computer after my Cyber Power Gaming mouse broke. I can't control my DPI settings with it, and its just a left click and right click as well as a scroll wheel. Any help would be much appreciative!  

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https://www.razerzone.com/Gaming-Mice/Razer-Deathadder-Classic/p/RZ01-00840500-W3M1 This is the mouse I use nothing fancy but it does what needs to be done.

https://shop.turtlebeach.com/us/ear-force-px24 As for headsets I use an older version of this and I am looking into getting this when I buy my new pair. might upgrade a bit to this https://shop.turtlebeach.com/us/pc/ultimate-elite-pro-bundle

obviously the upgraded head set is out of your budget but everything else should remain in play

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IRHE892?tag=amz-mkt-chr-us-20&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-a0042-win10-other-nomod-us000-pcomp&ref=bit_pcomp_ask_simstreat_c_sav0

Great mouse for the price and the DPI setting are good. I personally use https://www.amazon.com/SteelSeries-Rival-Optical-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B0160USMW6/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1512435075&sr=1-2-spons&keywords=Rival&th=1   This mouse is amazing for FPS. I play a lot of Counter-Strike and the DPI settings with sensitivity in game are amazing. I also have large hands so my hand fits this mouse better. 

 

Now for headsets i have demolished numerous ones over the years. Logitech, Plantronics, Steel Series, Razor, needles to say i have used a lot. I would say look at or read about comfort and sound quality. I run the cords over all the time! So on that note you should think about that while searching for a set also. 

My Favorite pair. Best wireless and sound I have come across, now comfort is another story... After about 6 hours my ears hurt really bad. Not sure you will be wearing them for that long but hey you never know. 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003VANOFY/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B003VANOFY&linkCode=as2&tag=bestprodtag136921-20

 

Hope some of this helps and please let me know what you decide on!

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19 minutes ago, ⱩƎƎN Datsmoto said:

I second this! I have this mouse and it has a ton of DPI settings by a click of a button! 

As for a Chair, it depends on your budget. I know OpSeat I have heard is good and is considered the mid-range market chair. Not the cheapest, but not as much as a DXRacer.

For headphones, I'd take a look at the HyperX Cloud II's. @scj312 has a pair and they are incredibly comfortable!! I don't know too much about the HyperX Cloud Alpha's but HyperX headphones are fantastic and comfortable so I am sure they will do the job! Like Datsmoto said, comfort is what you want to look for as well as sound quality. I think HyperX excels in both of these. I previously owned a pair of Logitech G430's and after awhile they would hurt my head/ears. Have not had that issue since I made the switch to Hyper X!

As for a gaming mouse pad I have no idea. I've used a hardwood desk for the past 6 years with no issues on my mice. Let us know what you decide on @Viper !

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