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Keys suck.

So do the stabilizers IIRC.
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Originally Posted by ripster View Post

Keys suck.
So do the stabilizers IIRC.

please tell me your joking.
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hi! currently using steel series 6gv2 red switch keyboard..

just recently one of my key cap just broke.

numpad no. 7


i use this keyboard in playing audition dance battle online.. wherein you need to spam keys (specially on numpad)...
i choose to buy this keyboard because of its anti-ghosting feature (where you can press several keys at the same time)
and of its rapid response time...

if you will ask me the flaws of this keyboard...
1. key caps are easily remove...
(as a gamer, i find this VERY inconvenient because some key caps just jumps off the switches while i'm playing! resulting to losing the game... its so troublesome when some key cap just jumps off and you need to pick it up and put it in the switch to resume playing... we don't want are game to be interrupted do we?)
2. key caps are easily broken
(One of SS 6gv2 red switch specs says that it is "PUNCH WORTHY" description says [The design and build quality of the SteelSeries 6Gv2 keyboard stands up to fast fingers, fists and furious slams. Its iron-infused plastic surface and keys present an optimal feel that when coupled with Cherry™ MX Red switches, gamers will find faster registered key presses and increased Actions Per Minute (ACM).] now that one of my key cap is broken i don't think that this is true anymore... I just bought this keyboard last december and i dont use this everyday.. i'm working which means i'm a busy person... so i can play if i have a spare time....)

so far that's the flaws i have discover in this keyboard...
it's just sad that i can no longer use number 7 on my numpad as of the moment... i still need to find a way to have it fix.
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