Originally Posted by I_Try_Pregame
Originally Posted by Cavey00
Sorry I can't quote (at work and the administrator has somehow blocked it) but to answer how I like the Pro, I like it just fine. I got mine a month or so ago for $48 shipped, with browns. Now take this opinion with a grain of salt because it's my first mechanical, but the keys work great for gaming compaired to the dome switches. That's a given. Typing is great on it too but they are super loud! I have a tendency to slam keys down and I'm not sure how well the board would go over at work around other people. Doesn't bother me though. I love the action in the keystrokes. I ended up with the larger number of keys lit because those are the ones I use most for gaming, and when my hand strays I like to have the larger reference point. Please also note that I'm learning to use KB&M specifically because of this board. I used to use one of those nc52e things from Razor. On topic, I think you will be perfectly happy with your pro. It hasn't hiccuped yet. Just make sure to fully seat that USB cord in the board and plug it into a USB 2 port, not a USB 3! I though I had a dud, but for some reason it didn't like the USB 3.
Do you find the switch from the nostromo to the mech KB hard on your hand? I really like the nostromo because it doesn't make my hand hurt while gaming and have never used a KB for gaming because I got the nostromo for free.
@Darin- Go Noles!
Well, I didn't use the n52 the way it was intended. I had the d pad on the side for my movement and all the other keys for various functions. It worked really well when I got used to it and I was plenty competitive. That being said, I'm struggling with the keyboard but only with certain functions. Movement I caught on with pretty quick. My hand never gets sore on either, but I'm still struggling with mapping all the keys I need to use on the keyboard.
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