Food for thought:
BenQ Zowie has a very
solid lineup of plug-and-play mice that are blessedly devoid of the gamer aesthetic. Detailed page:https://www.amazon.com/stores/page/6E48 … 243A786F21
toy:https://zowie.benq.com/en/support/mouse … ecker.html
polling rate disambiguation:https://gamingmiceworld.com/what-is-the … lling-rate
G600 is a solid MMO mouse if you like lots of input functionality. Strictly a matter of taste for me (if you don't need the inputs, avoid; simple as that). I even have a couple backups in my computer closet I picked up when the thing was on sale. I wish I'd done the same with a few of the older mice I had that I really enjoyed using. Old, and definitely not a cutting-edge FPS mouse (better options even when it was new). Not the one I use day-to-day.
Razer would be much more tempting if not for the software.
I've seen the HyperX headsets recommended a lot, in articles and by internet friends. Mics sounded OK on discord, but I've never heard the speakers for myself. I have a Shure desktop mic and closed beyers for my own usual setup. Hit up uzique for suggestions, that's like his bread and butter hobby.
I use sub-$20 keyboards from places like Office Depot most of the time. Hit up a decent electronics store and test the feel of the ones on display. Could recommend based on specs, but that won't help if you don't like the feel or volume.
Here's a Havit that barely dips its toe into into the "aesthetic." Thin, light, basic layout, Kailh switches. Lights have toggle functions so I assume you can turn them off. May be worth on sale.https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0722GG88M
Never tried the brand so no grounded recommendation. If the Zowie Celeritas II was actually available (no idea what's going on there) anywhere it would be a cool choice if you got the mouse. Matching (and slightly less obnoxious) logo as a bonus.
K845 for about the same as the sale-Havit, gives you a 10key and your choice of switches (+20 for cherry):https://www.logitech.com/en-us/products … lluminated
Pretty sure you can also shut off the lights with the logitech software.