TheSunshyn

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Over the years, Logitech has proven the most dependable for me, though I don't do LCD keyboard displays. All other brands that I've gotten are either not as comfortable or they break down. I really loved the M95 Corsair mouse I was given but it turned into a brick right after a Windows update. A few cheap gaming mice also stopped working right on me so I'm back to Logitech for that too. I like having just a few programmable buttons for use in my games as long as they don't get in the way.
Headphones bother me after awhile. Besides, I love my awesome surround sound setup in a small room. The only real drawback is when loud combat manages to set off the house alarm glass break sensors. :blushing:
I'm replaying Skyrim because I didn't have the DLCs the first time.