Originally Posted by SkullTrail
I wouldn't by this keyboard just for the cruise control. I'm sure there's program somewhere on the Internet that lets you do the same on any keyboard. If having two hands on your desk is too burdensome, how about programming one of the mouse buttons to the movement key and holding that? For example, programming the middle button, or side button to press W. So if you hold it, it holds the W key.
Not really telling everyone to buy it just for the cruise control though, might have been the way I typed it out. :/ This keyboard is recommended because of the vast number of macros, decent back lighting, swappable num pad, volume control, ability to off some keys (Evil Windows Key) even though its Microsoft, and it also includes gaming features like Cruise Control which I actually find very very useful, though many reviewers and people don't. I can see myself using that function alot when BF3 and Skyrim comes out
PLUS it's quite a bit cheaper than the other gaming keyboard solutions on the market. Very underestimated keyboard imo.