Top
40°

Five Gaming Keyboards, Tested

Tom's Guide looks at gaming-oriented PC keyboards from Razer, SteelSeries, Logitech, Gigabyte and Thermaltake.

Read Full Story >>
tomsguide.com
The story is too old to be commented.
tacosRcool2087d ago

I wish they made some gaming keyboards that were around $50 that had a backlit keyboard

Letros2087d ago

Nice, I'm ordering the Black Widow Ultimate soon as its available on Newegg.com, I've been long past due for an update(4 years!), so the money don't bother me.

toaster2087d ago

Mother effin word. I could never use a keyboard without an LCD again. At some point I'd like to upgrade to a G19/G9[x] combo though, but for now G15/G5 is working splendid.

Logitech for life.

Revvin2087d ago (Edited 2087d ago )

I think I'll go for the Razer BlackWidow for my next keyboard. I had a G15 but never really used the LCD much at all apart from the odd novelty if a new game had an app for it. The other issue I had with Logitech keyboards is the key lettering tends to wear off quickly.

The G15 quickly lost the coating on the keys so they just became lighted blob's and my current no frills Logitech keyboard has lost all the lettering on the 'A' key and half of the 'S' too. I took a break from my usual choice of Logitech mice and went with the Razer Mamba which apart from poorer battery life compared to my old Logitech mouse I like it a lot so I think I'll try Razer's keyboards next.