Pretty much what Rolphus says except it must
be split (ergonomic). I can't use non-split and, while makes less keys available for the mouse/keyboard combo control which many games use, has plenty of keys available for 95% of games. You should make two versions, as opinion is quite ergonomic on this
As Rolphus says, it must be definate that you've pressed a button and very fast response. I don't know if cordless hurts this significantly - if not then cordless, but response speed is more important. The keys must be nice to press aswell - not "squishy" for want of a better phrase. I don't mean they shouldn't be rubbery or whatever (although they shouldn't be that either) but they should not be, um, yucky
Very hard to describe, but what I can ice-creamish when you press. Most often cheap keyboard suffer this. It also should ****NOT**
** click! No! Especially for gamers!
Just look at the Logitech cordless keyboard that is black (and very, very cool) and make that ergonomic and without that friggen mouse! I'd have one if I didn't have to pay £35 more for a mouse I don't want and if it was even slightly ergonomic (split). Copy that (and infringe on copyright and patents
), make an ergonomic version and ship it without an expensive mouse and I'll buy it.
Note: I know that non-orgonomic ones aren't any worse for your wrists - it's purely opinion and designers would be crazy to not make non-split versions ... but it rags me off that Logitech didn't make a split version of their black number. Just saying this as I know there are a lot of ergo-keyboard haters
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