Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by SCORPTEC, Jan 16, 2015.
I believe it is called "sausage fingers" disease.
Macro buttons ofcourse
Imagine being able to reprogram any keys and/or lighting.
A good gaming keyboard makes my fingers rest on the correct key without having to look. Also -probably a mech keyboard thing - having all the key press down pressure consistent over the whole board.
And good paint - all my old boards have the A W D S keys with the paint worn off *gamers life*
- Backlit keys
- Feeling (click, travel etc)
- More than 2 key-press capable.
- Ergonomic feel
- Durable buttons
- Decent DPI
Pretty colours!! yay!!!
Feel & Responsiveness
Customizable or Personalization
Mechanical volume control wheel (not buttons)
Reliable mechanical switches backed up by simple software that allows quick programming are the essential features that bring a gaming keyboard to life.
I'd like a Gaming KeyBoard to have
Full mechanical keys that are durable - 50 million operations, a 2mm trigger stroke, and around the 50g actuation
Top speed response - 1ms or under report rates on USB
Full keyboard is programmable - I'd prefer to have no software running for thinks like keyboard/mouse
Onboard memory, so I can store and play - as above. 3rd party softwares can often be poo laden. And even thou Rapoo has poo in the name its NOT
Online firmware updates
Now, where's my candy?
no flashy gimiks
• Full-mechanical keys, durable
• Top speed response
• Full keyboard programmable
• Onboard memory, store and play
• Online firmware update
-brand-new gaming chip V-power3, 32-bit ARM core, 60MHz running frequency and 1 ms USB report rate is a must!
The Space bar can be pressed from the ends and still works.
I hate when you get a keyboard where the space bar tilts at an angle and doesn't depress.
Decent media keys.
Fast key response
Easy to pull out key caps so its easy to clean out all the gross stuff that falls in
One that can withstand the anger of the Hulk when he rage quits.
Comfort is the main thing I look at. Programmable keys and back light are a bonus!
Mechanical Keys, Preferably quiet ones. So I don't bother work mates or wife while gaming (usually at night...)
Durability and back lit,
Works with Linux!
Good response time
Good 'feel' to button press (not too hard or soft)
Well thought out layout of keys, macros in sensible positions
Media keys that are easy to set up and actually work
Gaming Comp Keyboard/Mouse
Lining up of the keys for easy access.
keys that are responsive, but quiet
Reliable - good build quality