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PC vs. Console Comparison - PC vs. Console Comparison
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The main difference between the PC and the console that decides whether people prefer either one, is the input method. With a PC, you use a keyboard, which gives you a huge amount of keys to assign to different functions, although the basic keyboard is not very ergonomic. The keyboard is mounted on your desk. Then there's the mouse. The mouse lets you control exactly where the cursor / cross-hair goes, and lets y! ou use "Flick aiming", where you can move the cursor directly where you want it to be instantly, instead of having to use something with an axis, meaning the cursor has to travel to where you want it, slowly, instead of just arriving there in the blink of an eye
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