Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro S/L(small or large, aka TKL or fullsize)
Ducky Shine 4/5(if you can find it)
Do figure out what switch you like. The most common are Cherry MX Reds(linear, light), Browns(tactile, slightly heavier), and Blues(tactile + clicky, even slightly heavier). There are plenty of information on Cherry MX switches, so do some googling.
I would stay away from the current versions of the Razer Blackwidow since they've switched from German Cherry MX switches to cheaper chinese manufacturing since the Cherry MX patents expired. Razer still charges a premium for what is arguably a much cheaper quality keyboard. I also generally wouldn't pay a premium for any non-mechanical boards - they simply aren't worth the price tag.
Logitech G403 (both wired and wireless versions are good)
Logitech G Pro
Logitech G502 (HEAVY, not recommended for FPS)
Logitech G102 (may have to import this)
Razer Deathadder Chroma or Elite (elite has no onboard memory iirc)
Remember to prioritize your hand grip and mouse shape when purchasing a mouse!
The current top sensor available to the public right now is the Pixart PMW3360/3366. Everything but the Razer Deathadders and the G102 have that sensor. It's considered a flawless sensor with accurate tracking, ability to track on light colored surfaces(which the previous PMW3310 lacked), and zero acceleration.
G403 and G Pro are pretty much the same spec'd mouse, but are different shapes. See if you like a fingertip grip(G Pro) or more of a palm grip(G403). I have the G403 in both wired and wireless flavors and both are great. Wireless technology in the G403 and G900 are as good as wired mice.
Nixeus Revel is pretty much a Steelseries Sensei shape, which a lot of people like, but has the PMW3360 sensor in it. Currently does not have any software, but it's in development. Can be easily found on newegg for $30 when it goes on sale. I have also used this mouse before and I was crazy accurate with it. Side buttons were a little bit towards the back for my preference, though.
G502 is the first mouse to come out with the 3366 sensor, but it's super heavy even without the weights installed. It's a good mouse otherwise besides the weight.
G900 is a rather long mouse. Wireless only. Very nice build, but very expensive as a result.
G102 is intended for the asian market. It's $30-$40 imported and has a surprisingly good sensor inside. Think of it as a budget G Pro, but to be honest the only thing you might lack is getting warranty service for this mouse.
Deathadder Chroma uses the 3398, which is a great sensor. The new Elite uses a tweaked PMW3360 I believe. However, the Elite removes onboard memory so you pretty much have to have synapse running in the background all the time for your bindings to work.
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