I was wondering if you could give me a hand with the new keyboard I want to buy, as I feel noobish at all in this field. I have search for other opened topics but I feel none of them fit with my question..
I do not look for an stylish but rather comfortable keyboard, as I tend to harm my wirst when I play for a long time.( Even when Im playing the same game, when it hits the 30 min mark my hands feel slow and "sleep")
I have seen the following ones ,from which I would like your point of view:
Trust GXT 18 Gaming Keyboard Teclado Gaming [22€]
Revoltec Fightboard Advanced Gaming USB Teclado Gaming [29€]
I am a big mechanical fan but I just got this bad boy yesterday. Found it in a pile of used keyboards in the IT department of my company. Asked the IT guy in my company if I could keep it and he said that is totally fine! woot!
It is a cheap but super well-built keyboard. It weighs almost as much as a normal mechanical keyboard. Feels very good typing and playing sc2 on it! I took it apart and gave a deep clean and it now works like a charm!
Here is a link on where you can possibly buy this keyboard:
as a rule of thumb, anything with "gaming" in its name tends to be overpriced or overhyped. id reccomend looking at the mechanical keyboard thread and looking for one with brown switches, it will be easier on your fingers.
edit: mechanical keyboards are more expensive but if your fingers are sore from using a regular keyboard, then spending 50 euros on a "gaming" brand keyboard that have the same rubber dome keys as a 5 euro keyboard is a waste of money
Mechanical keyboards are good and fun to use, but they're merely just a luxury. Despite what others may say, PLEASE do not think that buying expensive gear will suddenly make you good at Starcraft. They're not essential if your main goal is to be ergonomically comfortable while you're in front of the computer. Keyboards also designated for 'gaming' don't really get you the most bang for your buck. If you're able to, go to your local electronics store and try out all the possible display keyboards that they have to get a good idea of what you want.
I personally own a mechanical, and even though it's nice, I wouldn't be throwing a fit if it was suddenly gone tomorrow. In fact, I have a Logitech K120 that I use mainly for my laptop. It's super cheap yet extremely comfortable and solid. If you look in the right places, you'll find a useful keyboard without spending an arm or leg.
If you want to get a cheap keyboard I would recommend the i-rocks 6260. It is a membrane keyboard with a design that makes it "feel" like a mechanical keyboard. If you have access to it then I'd definitely suggest it.
And don't ever buy any keyboards from Razer unless that is the only thing available around you and you have absolutely no other choice.