World of Warcraft has been an MMO titan for over a decade and it retains its spot as the most populated MMORPG to this day. In its long history, there have been numerous deals between Blizzard and various computer hardware manufacturers that have resulted in WoW-themed products. If you're looking to customize your setup and look badass in the meantime, look no further than this list of top WoW-inspired components.
SteelSeries Limited Edition Keyboard - Cataclysm Edition
Although a bit dated, you can't beat the design of this keyboard by SteelSeries, a well-respected component manufacturer. This keyboard features aesthetics from the Cataclysm expansion, one of the most critically-acclaimed expansions in WoW's history. Impress your guildmates and friends with this fire keyboard!
Logitech G13 Programmable Gameboard
The massive popularity of World of Warcraft inspired new component designs for greater control. With power players switching between dozens of spells and actions, it's no longer enough to have just a keyboard and mouse. Today gamers can choose between similarly-designed components as the Logitech G13, an highly-reviewed piece of hardware designed to give you full control. With an LCD screen and the ability to program practically any macro, this is the Gameboard of choice for the pros.
SteelSeries WoW Legendary Mouse
Another quality product by SteelSeries, this is the perfect complement to the keyboard listed above. Although DPS and mouse accuracy is not necessarily as important in WoW as in a game like Call of Duty, gamers still want as much control and accuracy as possible. A mouse like this ups your game with the ability to switch between DPS modes and configurable buttons.
Microsoft Xbox One Controller
As serious as one can get in the WoW universe, sometimes all you want to do is put your feet up and chill with your guildmates. This is where a controller comes in: there are many third-party pieces of software which map the most important keys to a controller such as this one, allowing you to do most things you could do normally with a keyboard/mouse. Give it a try!