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When it comes to the ultimate gaming experience, you need to have the best accesories of the market.

Consider that a mouse and keyboard are your primate input devices – the sole means by which you can use your computer and play your games.

In most video games, and indeed most computer activities like browsing, the mouse is the primary interaction tool. It is how you look around, attack, interact, and do a lot more.


Most of the top MMO and MOBA games are point-and-click style, meaning they utilize mice heavily. But the devices can be prone to glitches and after long periods of use become uncomfortable.

Thus it is vital to go with ergonomically designed varieties that are suitable for different hand orientations and both easy and comfortable to grip. Sensors that balance speed, sensitivity, and accuracy are an absolute must – such details can make the difference between frustration and victory in any game.

Similarly, a reliable keyboard is fundamental to almost every game, not to mention important for other non-gaming activities (however secondary to gaming those may be!) As with mice, keyboards are going to be used heavily, especially by the most hardcore gamers.

You need a device that can handle lots of wear and tear without breaking down on you at that key moment (no pun intended).

The keyboard buttons must tactile and responsive, offering a vital balance of quick but fluid responsiveness. And as with a mouse, this peripheral needs to take into ergonomic design – you do not want to find yourself worn out or otherwise uncomfortable after a long gaming session.

Here are some benefits from videogames:

  • Provide a fun and social form of entertainment
  • Encourage teamwork and cooperation when played with others
  • Make kids feel comfortable with technology—particularly important for girls, who don’t use technology as much as boys
  • Increase children’s self-confidence and self-esteem as they master games
  • Provide points of common interest and opportunities for socialization
  • Develop skills in reading, math, technology and problem-solving
  • Encourage participation in related offline activities, such as reading or sports
  • Encourage civic participation
  • Improve hand-eye co-ordination and fine motor skills