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I've had the Logitech G19 for a while, but all the features are pretty much pointless, and I never use them. But, there is one that I can't live without; The volume wheel thing. http://i.imgur.com/PKEjl.jpg

I'm tired of having a wired keyboard, but if I get a new keyboard, it has to have some sort of volume control. Preferably a wheel, just like on the G19. I don't want volume keys, but If I have to, ill get a keyboard with those. It also needs the numpad, and backlit keys.

So, can you guys recommend me a good wireless keyboard (with volume controls)?
Thanks
post #2 of 6
Good luck with that. I have never had a wireless keyboard that would type without omitting LOTS of letters on me.
    
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I'm a fan of the Apple Wireless.

http://imgur.com/a/IVFD1#0

here's the LED lasered holes flashing to show Bluetooth syncing.

Edited by ripster - 8/31/12 at 3:20pm
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apple keyboard + uawks ( program to run it on windows ) and pow!
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Logitech Wireless Illuminated K800 perhaps?

I've had no issues with mine, and it has a rather high multi-key rollover, around 10 or so near the WASD cluster. Just don't get the wired version, that one can't even do W + Shift + Space.
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post #6 of 6
get the logitech K800, got one last week, it's awesome.

illuminated keys (4 levels of brightness), keypad, wireless, motion activated. It's just sweet. the battery lasts for months

It doesn't have a volume wheel it has keys.

The only gripe I have is that there's no recess on the keyboard for the USB dongle when ur not using it. Logitech provide such a slot with their mice so it's an obvious oversight.

the price is big but I reckon Ill be using this forever.
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