For three years I'm looking for the perfect keyboard. Finally I found it. It was a long way beginning with the IBM PS/2 Keyboard, Cherry G80, Logitech G15 and Razer Tarantula. To make a long story short:IBM and Cherry weren't gaming keyboards. Both are only Alpha N-key rollover. That means you cannot press the 'W' 'D' and the 'E' key at once. In the gaming scene it's called "Ghost Key Effect". Edit a file and press and hold the 'W' key, then add the 'D' until 'd' is repeated. If you then add the 'E' key, ..
I'm a keyboard nut. I've purchased and used every keyboard that Microsoft sells as well as several major Logitech keyboards. Mavis Beacon and various websites rate me at 180wpm . I spend 9 hours a day at work on a keyboard and the rest of my free time at home on a keyboard (gaming, WoW, Eve-Online, etc...).When I got this shipped from Amazon - several keys had "popped" off during shipping (a rough shipping no doubt). They slid back on without a problem and they don't fall off even if I try to shake them off..
My husband and I are avid gamers and like to collect the best available equipment. The keyboards with the screens, fancy lights, and macro keys look good but a lot of people don't know or don't care that these keyboards use up some of your system memory because of the programs they run. As games become more and more memory intensive, I don't want my system memory wasted on a keyboard. Most games will allow you to make macros using the existing keys so you don't need those extra macro keys at all.This key..