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  1. This is mouse I have now. I have had this bad boy since 2012 or 13. Has lasted a good while, but the right click is fucked and has been since mid-2018. Pressing it works fine, but it won't stay held down. Like, when aiming down a gun's sights in a game, you usually hold down right click and hold and you stay zoomed in. Well, when I hold down right click I keep zooming in and out like I am mashing right click. In REmake2 I had to use someone else's mouse because of this issue. Even in MMO's this causes issues as I hold down right and left to move and my character now stutter steps when I do this. Now is a good time for me to get a new mouse. I have decided on two mice, but I am having a really hard time deciding. This is the first mouse I have looked at. The UtechSmart Venus This is the second mouse I have looked at. The Logitech G600. Now, the Logitech is a more trusted brand, but it has a slightly lower rating on amazon when compared to the Venus and the Venus has more reviews. The Logitech also has a second right click that you use your ring finger to press. Well, I use a fingertip grip on my mouse and that might cause an issue. The Venus basically seems like the way to go, but I worry about the the high reviews being faked due to the mouse being "off-brand". The mice all appear to be roughly the same size, but the Venus is heavier and I like that. Reviews say the Logitech buttons are better, and that the Venus buttons are stiff. The Venus scroll wheel might not be that great either. The Logitech is also all the same material while the Venus has that glossy bit which is weird. When it comes down to, the Venus seems more up my alley, but I trust the Logitech brand more. That second right click worries me tho because of my grip. I am pretty sure I already have a preference between the two so maybe this pointless of me to post but whatever.
  2. I’m looking for a controller that will work with my iPad mini and can also mount the iPad on it for the Steam streaming app. I bought this over the weekend: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MR4VLJW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_nbX.CbV1C9A6T because “oh, hey, my iPad will be like a Switch!”, but, jfc, the analog sticks don’t click so I’m missing L3 and R3 in games, plus, the right analog stick is absolute trash for accuracy with a really odd dead zone (and this thing ranks as one of the best iOS controllers ) and reminds me a lot of the awful nVidia Shield controller analog sticks. So, is there anything out there that’s as good as a PS4 or Xbone controller? I do have a Nyko Smart Clip for my Xbone controllers that I could use when streaming over wifi, but was hoping for something more similar to that Game Vice controller, but with good analog sticks and all the inputs.
  3. Sabrent Rocket Pro 1TB NVMe USB 3.1 External Aluminum SSD (SB-1TB-NVME) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N14MM96/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_s6F3CbZTANGDA Saw this on slickdeals front page. with a coupon code, it comes down to 148. This seemed like a pretty good deal considering a sata SSD is around 110 and another 20ish for a decent enclosure. Im out of the loop on SSD technology so really NFI if this overkill or worthwhile.
  4. Up until now, I have been using my Switch without an SD card, and it has not really been a problem. I generally only keep the 3-4 games I currently play downloaded, and redownload stuff as and when I feel like a change. My library is getting quite big now though, so I think it's time to get a micro SD card. Do the read \ write speeds of these really matter, or should I just buy the biggest one I can afford regardless of speed?
  5. I don’t think I’d want to spend over 150. And I also don’t care about chatting with people since I don’t play online games.
  6. LG’s 2019 OLED TVs Come with Variable Refresh Rate, Automatic Low Latency Mode and 4K@120FPS Through HDMI 2.1
  7. My wife wants to get rid of the reclining couch for a normal, smaller, more decorative one. A decision I've heartily declined for a few years now because I do all my gaming from our couch but she's recently employing the tactic of trying to get me to game from a gaming chair instead. How are they? Worth about 200+$? Are there diminishing returns on comfort above a certain price? I've seen some options for built in mouse and keyboard trays which would be cool for me because I game on my PC and consoles all through my TV.
  8. okay so some of you may remember a couple of weeks back I complained that the external drive I was using on my xbox stopped working. It was a Seagate. I just upgraded to an xbox 1 X and picked up a new hard drive, this time I went with a WD My Passport, pretty much the same one I have for my ps4. The odd thing is that when I shut down my xbox the light on the external drive keeps blinking. My Seagate never did that and the WD I have hooked up to my ps4 doesn't do that. I've tried both power settings on the xbox including making sure the external storage off box is checked for the instant on sleep mode. Does this happen for anyone else? Is it normal or is it something I need to worry about, like maybe just unplugging the drive every time I'm not using my xbox. I've tried searching online and can't seem to find out is this normal or not. Thanks
  9. So a couple weeks ago, I ended up snagging a pair of SONY MDR-XB950N1's for listening to podcasts/music on the go via bluetooth and they're pretty solid for sure when priced at a measely $100. This got me thinking about what I have as a headset for gaming (old Astro A50 Master Chief edition) which were bulky, had drop outs a lot and far too many wires. Fast forward to today where I stopped into Gamestop to snag a few hundred bucks in XBL money to pre-order incoming games for the fall and my eyes befell upon the Plantronics RIG 800LX wireless Dolby Atmos headphones. I had enough points to get an extra $25 off so I paid $125 for them. I won't have time until the end of the week to really test these out but upon a cursory look at reviews, it seems as though I made a solid choice. Just was wondering what everyone else uses and also, if you have the set that I just bought, tell me about them and what you like/dislike!?
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