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And that brings us to the end of our very first TR peripheral staff picks.

We haven't covered everything, but that's okay. Again, this is a list of staff picks, where we talked about the products we know and care the most about. We think that's more valuable to you guys than a lengthy attempt at exhaustiveness.

Not that we're not open to suggestions, of course. If there are products you'd like us to include in the next edition of our peripheral staff picks, hit up the comments section below and let us know. Assuming we haven't already tried them, we'll try to get our hands on those items and see for ourselves whether they belong here. We can't guarantee that we'll agree with you, but we promise to hear you out.

Finally, if you enjoyed this article, don't forget to check out our main System Guide, in which we recommend internal components and custom PC builds, and our how-to-build-a-PC guide, where we walk readers (and viewers) through the PC assembly process with plenty of helpful tips, photos, and video footage. Finally, if you need other folks to chime in on your tentative hardware selections, our forums are always a good place to start.

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