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post #61 of 5077
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

Thank god though it doesn't have an ass name like THE LOGITECH PRO GAMING MOUSE

PRO digy.
post #62 of 5077
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

Just look out for this guy.

I wouldn't be surprised. He looked really stressed out in THE LOGITECH PRO GAMING MOUSE commercial.
post #63 of 5077
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

PRO digy.

Ahh, but I'm finicky and inconsistent about these things! I can call it the G403 and ignore any stupid word after it
post #64 of 5077
Yeah from that very poor picture (no hate) it looks like another ambi... Wth
post #65 of 5077
Pls no wireless 😬
post #66 of 5077
Is there a tkl version of the g810 keyboard there as well? biggrin.gif
post #67 of 5077
I dont understand tkl keyboards. Fullsize, TK, 75%, and 60% I get it. But if saving space is the interest, why keep the chunk with a bunch of dead space?
post #68 of 5077
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Originally Posted by kyotkyotkyot View Post

I dont understand tkl keyboards. Fullsize, TK, 75%, and 60% I get it. But if saving space is the interest, why keep the chunk with a bunch of dead space?

For me at least TKL is small enough and I actually use home, end, page up, and page down a lot. I'm a weirdo who browses with both hands on the keyboard most of the time. Its a habit from trying to get more efficient when programming which involves your hands not leaving the keyboard unless they absolutely have to.

Edit: If it were purely for gaming I would agree with you somewhat though. For just gaming I would proabably use a 60% or possibly even a keypad if there were ones that didn't suck. TKL is the most convenient for multipurpose for me though. I don't program much at home, but habits of how I use the computer stick from work so when I'm not gaming I keep both hands at the keyboard most of the time. If I weren't gaming at all I would definitely use fullsize and a smaller mousepad.
Edited by chr1spe - 8/27/16 at 11:42am
post #69 of 5077
Hint on saving space for mouse even with standard-sized keyboard: you can move your bindings several columns to the right. I personally use RFDG, in my case though it was because i played on keyboard with broken shift and thought that doing stuff non-standard way is cool (i still think so though). The most weird setup i've seen was 7Y6U instead of WSAD.
post #70 of 5077
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

Hint on saving space for mouse even with standard-sized keyboard: you can move your bindings several columns to the right. I personally use RFDG, in my case though it was because i played on keyboard with broken shift and thought that doing stuff non-standard way is cool (i still think so though). The most weird setup i've seen was 7Y6U instead of WSAD.

Then you kind of have to reposition your keyboard when not gaming though if you want to type without akward hand positioning. Also there are unfortunate people like me who have to game on desks that are only 1m wide and have the space for your legs all the way to the left. I will hopefully be getting a different desk soon, but I'm stuck with this one for now due to less than ideal life situations.
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