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9-30-2011 @ 2:28PM
Yet another vote for the G13 > all. I've been known to spend over $1,000 on input devices in a year, as I'm very hard to please in that regard. I've used the n52, the n52TE, various Wolf products. However, the G13 I can honestly say, unconditionally, it's the best keypad I've ever used. Like Amrytale, there's not a single game in my library that I haven't set up a profile (or used a pre-existing one) for. I tend to configure as I play, though. Taking note as to where I'm reaching to hit whatever command I want to use and keybinding it there.In WoW specifically, I use the thumbstick for movement... It has many advantages, but the largest is tanking backwards. I don't have to be a contortionist to back up whilst still having access to all my ability keys. The G13 in concert with any 7ish button mouse will negate the need for a Naga (bought one, found I had nothing left to bind to the majority of the keys and gave it to a friend).So, yeah. TL;DR: G13 rox.(I can't wait to see what the next iteration is... However, as it took them 6 years to come out with a 'successor' for their last perfect product [z5500's], I'm not holding my breath.)
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