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9-24-2010 @ 8:11AM
I don't own any WoW branded accessories, but I can't imagine playing without my Belkin n52te. I've considered adding a Naga a few times as well.
9-24-2010 @ 11:04AM
I play with a Belkin n52te and a Razer Naga. Its very nice to not have to touch the keyboard at all (except for the occassional chatting).
9-24-2010 @ 11:07AM
ndeed, the Belkin n52e is a GREAT piece of hardware and helped me make my gameplay much more efficient, less tiring (button spamming is a thing of the past w/ "repeat while pressing" function.) plus, my interface is now made with this gadget in mind so im not sure i could play w/o it anymore....Great buy imho, I thought about adding a razer naga over that, but it'd be overkill and the repeat function sells the Belkin to me more than the naga.
9-24-2010 @ 4:25PM
N52te was weird at first, but I agree that it seems way more difficult to use the keyboard now. If you toy with it just right, you can put all 104 keys on it.
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