Originally Posted by XenoRad
While I do understand the usefulness of a slick pad and an ergonomically designed mouse I can't see what's so special about gaming keyboards. From what I know all they do is light up the keys so you can see the letters at night and sometimes they provide a small screen to track a bunch of useless statistics.
Anybody care to enlighten me on what else they do to be considered gaming keyboards and why that's so important to gaming?
TBH this is the best gaming keyboard money can buy, its sooo nice and flat and each key is programmable. It's cheap too I think that I got it for like $15. I agree with you though, gaming keyboards are a waste of money. Generally speaking a good keyboard for gaming would be one thats flat (low profile) and the keys cant stick up much and have to be really responsive.