Just got the invite today and the first thing i did was to test with non steam games and it works flawlessly.
(My big gaming PC is connected directly to the router in my bedroom and the notebook i used as a "client" is connected to an old router acting as an access point in the living room, basically it is going through WiFi but using big antennas to do so.)
If you want a good, cheap mouse, go for Logitech. Just about any Logitech mouse will do. Also, I'd avoid those Razer mice like the plague. They're useless esports ricer shit that'll end up breaking down on you within a year or two. That's just me, though. If you want a Razer, go for it.
I've had a deathadder for over 2 years now, still works great.
You need to blame someone. This is a very real lesson that if you're going to build your "business" around a service that you neither own nor control over, things might come crashing down in a single day. You might be the biggest YouTuber in the world, and you might have the complete moral backing of the community behind you, but at the end of the day you're just a user of this service that has complete control over how you air your content through it.
Agree. And what pains me is that that lesson is being absolutely avoided in these "discussions". The only lesson that I see in these articles and these comments is that YouTubers are good, big businesses and Google are evil.
I want let's players and YouTube reviewers and game devs and everyone else to flourish. But ignorantly avoiding the fact that most of them are illegally using copyrighted content isn't going to help the "little guy" win.
None of them are "illegally using copyrighted content"