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Gaming Desktops

When it comes to gaming at the highest tier, it’s always a gaming desktop that comes first to mind rather than a console or gaming laptop. At Wireless 1, we have an array of pre-built gaming desktops that are ready for you to just set up an account and start gaming right away! From some of the biggest brands in the market such as MSI, GMR, Razer and more, we are sure to have something that suits you. Check out the range below!

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Get the most of of your game visuals

Better your gaming experience with a brand new monitor! If visuals are important to you. You’ll want something with a high refresh rate, good panel and fast response time.

When seeking a gaming monitor, there are different panels such as: IPS, TN, VA and even OLED. Each with their own pros and cons. There are things to consider such as, screen size and aspect ratio, which affect the way you view everything and as well as desk space. You’ll want enough space on your desk for everything else. Of course there are other things to consider such as speakers, RGB features, DP vs HDMI, etc.

What kind of mouse grip do you need?

We game a lot here at Wireless 1. It’s important everyone gets familiar with the way they hold their mouse, also known as your “mouse grip”. Here are some example of what different grips there are:

  • Palm Grip - The base of your palm rests on the back of the mouse, with your fingers laying on top of it. This is the most common/basic grip that people have.
  • Claw Grip – When your finger tips are touching the buttons and edges of the mouse and your wrist is resting on your mouse mat while your palm is disconnected from the mouse.
  • Fingertip Grip – This is when you grip the mouse with only your fingertips. Your palm and wrist are elevated. It’s a very good grip for those who prefer to play precision games like League of Legends or DOTA 2. While not exclusive to those games, each to their own on how they prefer to handle their mouse.

Recognizing your grip style is important. In most cases, it depends on the size of your hands. A mouse designed for fingertip grip would generally be larger than a mouse designed for palm grip. So it may be something to consider when purchasing a mouse.

What keyboard switch suits you?

The best gaming keyboards use a number of different mechanical switch types that determine the feel and sound of each key press. The type of switch you choose depends on your personal preferences for typing and gaming. Each colour have a different resistance (when you press down) if they’re in the same category.

There are many different types of switch types so choosing one can be hard. On top of that, depending on which manufacturer you choose to go with, they may have different specifications that may be the same color as another brand. For example, Logitech use their own Roamer G brand switches, where as one of the most popular switches are Cherry MX switches. We’ve compiled a list of Cherry MX switches and their specifications. You may view this by clicking here.

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