Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Video Games Discussion › Best keyboards for gaming!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Best keyboards for gaming! - Page 17

post #241 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post

CM Storm TKless look really portable and my friend has the blue mx version.
Corsair K70

I was very disappointed when I went and tried the Razer Blackwidow at bestbuy it felt so cheap. 

In general, most items labeled "gaming" generally are cheap.
post #242 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hapster View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post

CM Storm TKless look really portable and my friend has the blue mx version.
Corsair K70

I was very disappointed when I went and tried the Razer Blackwidow at bestbuy it felt so cheap. 

In general, most items labeled "gaming" generally are cheap.

True, but I've tried the Logitech G something keyboard in person, the Razer and both were made of crappy feeling plastic. The DAS Keyboard, Corsair K70 (which I own now and got a good price), and WASD Keyboards seem to be made much better. 

post #243 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post
 

CM Storm TKless look really portable and my friend has the blue mx version.

Corsair K70

 

I was very disappointed when I went and tried the Razer Blackwidow at bestbuy it felt so cheap. 

That CK Storm TK looks very much like the equivalent of the BWTE. Thanks a lot; I'll look around this weekend, see if I could find one of these.

post #244 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post
 

True, but I've tried the Logitech G something keyboard in person, the Razer and both were made of crappy feeling plastic. The DAS Keyboard, Corsair K70 (which I own now and got a good price), and WASD Keyboards seem to be made much better. 

How are you liking the K70?  I still really love mine.  Feels SO well-built!

post #245 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stillhart View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post
 

True, but I've tried the Logitech G something keyboard in person, the Razer and both were made of crappy feeling plastic. The DAS Keyboard, Corsair K70 (which I own now and got a good price), and WASD Keyboards seem to be made much better. 

How are you liking the K70?  I still really love mine.  Feels SO well-built!

I like a lot. Works well for me :) 

post #246 of 252
Damn, that K70 looks fine. I'm definitely having those on my shortlist.
post #247 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post
 

...I've tried the Logitech G something keyboard in person, the Razer and both were made of crappy feeling plastic. The DAS Keyboard, Corsair K70 (which I own now and got a good price), and WASD Keyboards seem to be made much better. 

I presume the reference is to the Logitech® G710+, which I am considering for a new computer for Microsoft® Windows® 9.0.12000 (MultiProcessor Kernel 6.4.10400)?  Win 9, I suspect, has no drivers for the Intel® P8042/D8242/D8742 keyboard/mouse interface.  I'm searching for a new 'board for the P8042 (mini-DIN6) interface myself, considering the Unicomp® PC122 (based on Model M technology from the mid-1980's) a fallback from a full-mechanical.

post #248 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by bcschmerker4 View Post

I presume the reference is to the Logitech® G710+, which I am considering for a new computer for Microsoft® Windows® 9.0.12000 (MultiProcessor Kernel 6.4.10400)?  Win 9, I suspect, has no drivers for the Intel® P8042/D8242/D8742 keyboard/mouse interface.  I'm searching for a new 'board for the P8042 (mini-DIN6) interface myself, considering the Unicomp® PC122 (based on Model M technology from the mid-1980's) a fallback from a full-mechanical.

Stahp.
post #249 of 252

post #250 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by martin vegas View Post
 

I saw this on TaoBao a couple months ago. They look like the perfect wired equivalent to the G602, one of the coolest wireless mice I've ever seen (which, by itself, is the Razer Ouroboros' biggest competitor). They also have 11 buttons, and have a similar shape. Huh, I really think I should've bought that one over this cheapo Rapoo mouse (which still works pretty great on its own)...

post #251 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy View Post
 

I saw this on TaoBao a couple months ago. They look like the perfect wired equivalent to the G602, one of the coolest wireless mice I've ever seen (which, by itself, is the Razer Ouroboros' biggest competitor). They also have 11 buttons, and have a similar shape. Huh, I really think I should've bought that one over this cheapo Rapoo mouse (which still works pretty great on its own)...

 

The G502 is currently my favorite mouse ever. I use a Mionix NAOS at the office and the Logitech G502 at home. The NAOS is comfortable for all day work but given the opportunity to get another G502 at the price I paid when they were announced I would buy a second and replace the office mouse. The G502 is incredibly comfortable for me.

post #252 of 252
Quote:
Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post
 

 

The G502 is currently my favorite mouse ever. I use a Mionix NAOS at the office and the Logitech G502 at home. The NAOS is comfortable for all day work but given the opportunity to get another G502 at the price I paid when they were announced I would buy a second and replace the office mouse. The G502 is incredibly comfortable for me.

Just got the G502 as a sorta replacement to my old g9x which I just leave at work now. Only complaint with them was that the dpi buttons being so close to left click would result in accidental dpi switching. Remapped it just figuring out which keys to replace with what now.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Video Games Discussion
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Video Games Discussion › Best keyboards for gaming!