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I find it amusing that the people dissing this feature also admit that they've never used it.

Yes, it not a necessity, but it is really useful in some games. I actually sometimes plug in my X6 just for this when i'm playing Just Cause 2 or some other similar game.
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...but there are better keyboards for FPS.... and this "great" feature can be replicated through software.

Create a hoykey to run a macro that holds W for 600 seconds until interrupted.
Not really sure how to do that, but thanks for the info
    
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you sound like the guy who would use cruise control while driving an rv and heading into the back to make a sandwich.

i would never use cruise control for a fps. what happens if you just run and get sniped or gunned down while drinkng your soda.

drink your soda when you die. not while bullets are flying at you
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post #34 of 39
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PLUS it's quite a bit cheaper than the other gaming keyboard solutions on the market. Very underestimated keyboard imo.
You could get a Steel Series 6G V2 for $99.99. Much better keyboard imo.
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You could get a Steel Series 6G V2 for $99.99. Much better keyboard imo.
Was on my shortlist, but it was a bit more expensive, and has no backlighting, macros (which I use to open up apps lol and Photoshop commands), but I must say that I tried it once and the typing sensation was perfect and the response is perfect as well. But would have loved for it to have a switchable numpad, which I think should be a staple in gaming keyboards.
    
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post #36 of 39
Bottom line TC is we don't want to hear about your garbage rubber dome keyboard. If you aren't talking about a feature on a mechanical keyboard, we will constantly talk negatively about your laziness (and we won't put the 'w' in front of hole as we do it) and how you should play your video games.
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Bottom line TC is we don't want to hear about your garbage rubber dome keyboard. If you aren't talking about a feature on a mechanical keyboard, we will constantly talk negatively about your laziness (and we won't put the 'w' in front of hole as we do it) and how you should play your video games.
Lol. Well Said
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i really hated running on heavy metal...way too big of a field =-)
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you sound like the guy who would use cruise control while driving an rv and heading into the back to make a sandwich.

i would never use cruise control for a fps. what happens if you just run and get sniped or gunned down while drinkng your soda.

drink your soda when you die. not while bullets are flying at you
You sound like a guy who takes video games way too seriously.

What happens if you get sniped while drinking your soda? You respawn 2 seconds later, dude.

Drink your soda when you damn well please, not when the video game says you can.
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