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8-18-2009 @ 12:13PM
It seems like a high-price but it sells. Look at the high-end "gaming" keyboards, they range from $300-600 in my local currency (roughly $200-400 USD). For the same price I could upgrade my bloody graphics card, and I'd rather do it.The "exclusive" or high-price for peripherals you don't need can only be justified, at least to me, is that they're an addon. You don't NEED them, you can even find high-quality goods for less price but what you're paying for may be extra features as well as the BRAND name.I don't need a $200 keyboard but I'd like to have one, because I know the company that supplies them has high-quality goods. Goes the same with speakers, headsets and mice. If you really wanna pay that much for those goods go ahead, but do so knowing you can perform just as well with practically any other peripheral.
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