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Logitech Craft For gaming stupid?

Would using the Logitech Craft for gaming be a stupid choice?
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I mean I'm not like a super intense gaming like competition wise. I like the unifying receiver that I can connect different mice and keyboards that are wireless.
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It wouldn't work for me because I'd smash the mouse against the keyboard all the time and hit the key rollover limit (assuming it's not n-key), but I play a lot of FPS games. It might be different for you.

If the above are not even things you worry about frequently, practically any keyboard is good enough for gaming.

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Why would it be a stupid choice? It's a keyboard. And since you're not an 1337MLGPRO I don't see any reason why would you even bother about this. Hell, you could even try programming the nub for some useful in-game action.
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Would using the Logitech Craft for gaming be a stupid choice?
If you don't mind chiclet keys and make sure to use 2.4ghz and not Bluetooth it should be fine.
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Why would it be a stupid choice? It's a keyboard. And since you're not an 1337MLGPRO I don't see any reason why would you even bother about this. Hell, you could even try programming the nub for some useful in-game action.
Most AAA titles will detect if you're using logitech craft keyboard and block your ip or cd-key.
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