Early Father's Day Gift to Myself - A Redragon K550 Yama Mechanical Keyboard and a Redragon M801 Mammoth Gaming Mouse
No-one knows what to buy me when it comes to gadgets so I tend to just pre-empt it myself... The keyboard allows each key to be set to its own individual colour (a total of 18 backlight modes, 8 different colors, 5 backlight brightness levels, breathing speed, and 6 dedicated keys to program user-defined backlighting). So this allows me to colour groups of keys in certain colours for gaming eg. commonly the A, W, S, and D are used for movement so I can colour that group the same colour for quickly finding it. The mechanical keyboard keys give a more precise tactile feedback (yes and louder typing noise that I'm not sure my wife is going to love).
There are also 12 dedicated macro keys which can be set up to fire off pre-determined key combinations you may use in a game (or even for normal typing). The keyboard is programmed on the keyboard itself into non-volatile RAM so no software drivers are required, and it, therefore, works across Windows, Mac or Linux equally well.
The mouse's DPI theoretically goes up to 16,400 DPI with a max 1,000Hz polling rate, and has 9 programmable buttons. The point of the mouse was to obtain finer grained movement control (unless I just want to gaze at its 16 million LED colour combinations - well you don't see it if you're actually using the mouse).