MyGaming takes a look at some of the more desirable gaming keyboards currently available on the market
I've actually tired most of those. In the end I'm back to my $19.99 old faithful Digital Media Pro Keyboard, just feels comfortable and solid to me.
I'm using the Thermaltake Tt eSports and and it's a great keyboard. It's not a mechanical Keyboard but it's very accurate and has soft noiseless back lite keys plus a lot of Macro keys. Most important the dam letters will not scratch off.
Is that the keyboard that has a fan for fingers? What will they think of next.
lol yeah it has a finger fan....i thought it was stupid at first but you know what it kinda helps for long sessions of gaming.
pre ordered this the other day. its due out mid september.
Ah, a Roccat. :-)
I recently bought a Logitech G110 (a G19 without the LCD) - was torn between the Merc and G110. What put me off with the Merc is its length and no experience how the keys click. I think the G110 is good enough, but kinda overpriced for a keyboard but I'm happy with it.
I can't stop using my Apple keyboard- perfect for everything and isn't a glowing blue/red/green mess. Before the haters hate, I use a PC, just an Apple keyboard.
I'm rocking a G11...it works for me.
Got a MS sidewinder x4 and although it's less feature rich than the x6, it looks a lot sleeker and less garish, plus it was really cheap. Lovely board to use.
Have a G510 now but am looking to replace it with a mechanical keyboard. Thinking about the Thermaltake MEKA G1 or a Filco Majestouch.
The Steelseries Merc Stealth is the only keyboard that could actually enhance the gaming experience with its dedicated gaming keys on the left side of the board. The only thing I don't like is the extreme angle the keys are on, as I like to sit more to the right of my keyboard while I'm gaming. http://ncix.com/products/?s... I can't figure out why one of these companies doesn't highlight WASD with different colored keys or even a different texture so that you can feel the keys. I've become pretty decent with my keyboard while gaming, but I still lose track of which keys my fingers are on from time to time, resulting in me getting killed sometimes while I'm playing BC2 or CoD4.
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