Imagine you've paid a hundred dollars for a gaming keyboard
, with all the extras you need to make your gaming sessions better but soon you find out it's hard to type on, it makes a lot of noise, buttons don't press well and your hands are tired. Now you understand what frustration means and feel like throwing the keyboard out the window.
Believe it or not, this is a pretty common scenario, but I got just the things to do to ensure this doesn't happen to you. Hear me out in the following post and you'll greatly decrease the chance to throw your hard earned money out the window.
What to do to not get robbed when buying a gaming keyboard
We all know what to look for in a keyboard for games when it comes to special functions for games: macro keys, options for customisability, backlight, wrist pad, multimedia keys and a good price, but not all of us need all that. For those who need to use the keyboard all the time it's important for other factors to be considered when choosing a gaming keyboard and those are:
How fast can I type on it
How hard do I have to hit the keys to register a press (most gaming keyboard have long throw keys so they're not good for typing)
How high is the keyboard: a low profile can help with your hand to rest better during prolonged use sessions
How noisy is the keyboard: if no one can sleep in the same room when you're typing it's wrong again.
Those are the most important things you need to look for in a gaming keyboard meant to be used all the time, not only for games. There's also the option of purchasing a second office keyboard but I don't believe it's too convenient to swap keyboards all the day, but maybe it's the only solution for some.
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