Which keyboard is that ?Both the Apple wireless keyboard and the Magic Mouse are terrible for gaming.
I find the Mighty Mouse to be acceptable, but not great. And I use the old style Apple Wireless keyboard (with the numberpad). That works great.
Get a mouse with buttons
It'll depend on what type of games you play and your gaming style. For most people an inexpensive, lower end Logitech will be more than sufficient. I thought I was in that demographic until I got a Razer mouse. The customization options are so amazingly convenient and useful that I could never go back to any mouse without comparable features--there certainly are other companies that make mice with similar features too, but most don't seem to provide the Mac support, though limited, that Razer does.What do you people do for gaming when it comes to mice ?
I personally can't recommend the Deathadder, as my buttons completely wore out after a years worth of usage. First mouse I've ever had that happen to.i use a razer deathadder. it works wonderfully for fps and anything else. your best bet is to download USB overdrive to go with whatever mouse you get to have full control over what it does. Besides the deathadder, it seems most of logitech's gaming mice are great. I would grab one of those or a deathadder and have fun!
Not that I've seen, at-least with Apples and a Logitech one I have.As mentioned recently in another thread, think twice about using a wireless keyboard for raiding if/when playing WoW. Do any wireless keyboard have a power meter showing how much time they have left on the current batteries?
Yup! Had my BT keyboard die on my during a TF2 match. Wasn't so bad though, was exploring a map and was already in a really useful spot as a sniper. Used up my rounds then hit the power switch.As mentioned recently in another thread, think twice about using a wireless keyboard for raiding if/when playing WoW. Do any wireless keyboard have a power meter showing how much time they have left on the current batteries?
I didn't experience any with it. Though there is inherently lag with wireless devices, if the delay is low, you won't notice it.