Igor would like to start a PC equipment thread to see what be in our oceans. Igor say cannon defense, PvP and SvS activities are some of the more intense activities on Pirates of the Caribbean. Igor say for enhanced game play some pirates may want to look into upgrading there normal equipment. Igor say the first culprit of poor game interaction is wireless equipment. Igor say this means Mice, keyboards and Routers. Igor say all of these wireless devices are slower than a wire connection due to having to transmit the signal. Disney itself advises not to use a wireless router to elevate lag and disconnection. Igor would advise never using a wireless mouse during any intense game play as they just can not keep up. Igor has found many pirates ask how Igor can shoot so fast, Igor uses a hyper-responsive mouse. Igor say Hyper-responsive, what is that you ask? Igor say Razer products defines it as this: Hyperesponse -This term pertains to the buttons, mechanical action and click speed of our mice. Most mice have a small "sweet spot" where each button can be actuated. With a Hyperesponse button, there are two stages that go into the development of the button to ensure that it can always be actuated no matter where it is pressed, and how quickly it is pressed. Igor say next Igor say many pirates ask how you aim so well and Igor again would like to say the mouse (and practice) is key. Igor's mouse has a very high DPI count. Igor ask DPI what is that. Igor say Razer products defines it as this: DPI-"Counts" are considered to be movement data by a computer and is interpreted by the computer to either move a certain amount of pixels on the OS desktop and in games with cursors (usually one count per pixel), or a certain change in degrees of the orientation of the player's avatar in-game. The way these counts are calculated is by the size of the array in a sensor, the number of frames the sensor captures per second and how quickly the sensor can process this information. A high dpi means that more movement data is generated by the sensor and the on-screen cursor will move greater distances without requiring the gamer to move his or her hand more on the mousing surface. This can be vital for high sensitivity gamers or RTS (real time shooters) players that need pinpoint precision in order to play to the best of their abilities. Igor say and lastly for all those who like to PvP Igor say it is always nice for your mouse to have a great polling rate. Igor ask Polling rate what is that. Igor say that Razer products defines it as this: Polling Rate - While tracking, a typical mouse will send its X and Y movement calculations, as well as information about which buttons are pressed, to the computer 125 times a second (meaning once every 8ms). This is known as a polling rate and is expressed in Hertz. Most mice often have a polling rate of 125Hz. The higher the polling rate, the more often the computer receives information about the status of your mouse and the faster the computer can respond to your command. For instance, if you were to use a mouse with a polling rate of 1 Hz for a FPS, your computer would receive movement date once every second, which would result in your on screen avatar in moving once a second. Igor not say everyone go out and spend spend spend. Igor is trying to make all pirates aware of the products and their abilities. Igor say Igor used a cheapy cheap from the big box store for a long time before making a educated decision on Igor's upgrade. Igor started instead with a gaming pad as Igor was not used to using a keyboard to get around, but that a whole other story. Igor would also like to provide a link to a great way to figure out what kind of mouse best suits your style: http://www2.razerzone.com/MouseGuide/configurator/ Igor also say there are other companies with comparable products Igor has just been using Razer products for the last two years and has had great lasting results with them. Igor hopes this makes your gaming experience even better Igor know it did for Igor. So Igor have to ask what kind of mouse do you use ?