Originally Posted by stuiees
Minimum: the smallest possible quantity
Maximum: the largest possible quantity
The minimum amout of keystrokes on a keyboard would obviously be a single key (but I dont know of a keyboard that made it into production that was not capable of 1kro). If the minimum were 2kro, that would mean it is capable of more. But as already stated it can not handle z,x,c combo (3 keystroke combo). Meaning 2kro = maximum of ANY 2 keys can be registered simultaniously. If it had could compute a minimum of 2 keys without failing, ghosting that would mean it could compute more that ANY 2 keys. As already stated it fails z,x,c meaning 2 is the MAXIMUM of ANY key combination. IT WILL FAIL CERTAIN 3 SIMULTANIOUS KEYSTROKE COMBOS.
See the bolded part? You're agreeing with me and just don't know it...
The minimum is 2kro, because any 2 keys work. Yes, it's capable of more than 2 keys at once, like A F J, but not ANY 3 keys, so it's not 3kro. If it were 2 key maximum, then NO combination of 3 keys would work, which would make it impossible to, for example, move forward, strafe, and use an ability in WoW.
The maximum it supports is 6 keys at once, possibly plus modifiers, because that's the maximum the USB spec can handle. They even advertise this as the maximum, because it sounds great. The important spec is the minimum though, since that guarantees what keys you can press at once.