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Most people are missing to point here, this computer comes with software so you can program macros, I have yet to see a cheap keyboard with programmable macros...Yes you can paint the dang keys or what not.
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post #33 of 55
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Most people are missing to point here, this computer comes with software so you can program macros, I have yet to see a cheap keyboard with programmable macros...Yes you can paint the dang keys or what not.
AutoHotKey = Superior Functionality to any Macro Program.

In addition, there are tons of macro software releases out there.
You can even just edit the registry if you're hardcore.
post #34 of 55
yay a gaming keyboard for my cheap price range, i can really use the software biggrin.gif
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post #35 of 55
it would have been nicer if they had made the entire space bar "fat" like those oem Dell keyboards. It makes it so much more comfortable to type on imo. it allows you to space your hand out more comfortably instead of having it tucked in. i really do wish more keyboards would adopt a wider space bar. that, or position it lower and more away from the normal set of keys..
post #36 of 55
rubber domes? $15 seems appropriate
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tenkeyless would have made a nice "gaming" keyboard

Has a gamer don't touch my keys, my games have more binds then crouch, prone, shoot, and change weapon.
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Rubberized WASD is a great idea, and 15$ is a good price for a low-quality keyboard.
But . . .
We've (still) got 1-2 of those in storage as backups for our office.

I prefer those to some of the newer keyboards we get with Dell computers.
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Kind of reminds me of an old Dell Keyboard...

The older beige Dell keyboards feel better to type on. Those black ones have no weight on the base.
post #39 of 55
everybody is missing the point, it has

N-key rollover support for up to 18 keys

http://www.sharkoon.com/?q=en/node/2178


the look is alot like Logitech G100

http://www.logitech.com/en-my/keyboards/keyboard-mice-combos/gaming-combo-g100
post #40 of 55
It must have the lowest possible materiel to justify 15dollars. Wood or something
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