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Hi everybody so i am looking for a good gaming keyboard and mouse for my son i don't want to spend more then $150.00 hes already working me as it is because i ordered him some games and a 7950 now he wants a better keyboard http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-shocked035.gif any suggestions ?
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  1. Hi, :hello:

    I game alot 2 to 6 hours a day, I'm retired. I love my 8+ year old Microsoft Natural Keyboard PRO. It is split down the Middle, this is perfect for gaming it requires less searching for the middle keys when thinking of just one key to press.

    In many games T=Target H=drink Health potion Y=look backwards in World of WarCraft gives you a 180deg camera turn you can see what your running from and IF they are still there. This is a plus for Kids who can't remember the keyboard layout.


    Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 $39.99 [wireless $89.99]

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823109148


    My Keyboard:

  2. Thank you for the suggestion
  3. Anybody else have any ideas ?
  4. Is the keyboard for gaming purposes, or for general use? The reason I ask is a left handed controller is much better to game on than a keyboard.

    The Logitech G13 and Razer Nostromo n52 are great left handed controllers.
  5. everything depends on your son's preferences and what type of games are being played.

    wasd or arrow keys for movement?
    shooter games, strategy games, mmo games, or other?

    in general you can not go wrong with logitech products for the price, but of course everyone has their own preferences.

    i prefer to use the arrow keys and athough i shift the keyboard off center to the left i have had no issues using a standard keyboard.
  6. bystander said:
    Is the keyboard for gaming purposes, or for general use? The reason I ask is a left handed controller is much better to game on than a keyboard.

    The Logitech G13 and Razer Nostromo n52 are great left handed controllers.
    It's for gaming thanks i will look into it
  7. ssddx said:
    everything depends on your son's preferences and what type of games are being played.

    wasd or arrow keys for movement?
    shooter games, strategy games, mmo games, or other?

    in general you can not go wrong with logitech products for the price, but of course everyone has their own preferences.

    i prefer to use the arrow keys and athough i shift the keyboard off center to the left i have had no issues using a standard keyboard.
    Hes into MASS EFFECT SERIES and ASSASSIN'S CREED SERIES and GTA SERIES
  8. bigcyco1 said:
    It's for gaming thanks i will look into it


    They are great, but I guess I should mention one thing. If your son isn't patient enough to set up a profile at the start of a new game, he might not use it. Otherwise, it's great to use one. I'm using the G13.
  9. Thanks everybody i bought him the Logitech G700 still debating on keyboard this kid is going to kill me he cost to much :lol: jk.
  10. bigcyco1 said:
    Thanks everybody i bought him the Logitech G700 still debating on keyboard this kid is going to kill me he cost to much :lol: jk.


    I just upgraded to that mouse last week. I really like it. The charging and battery life could use work, but it's still great.
  11. bystander said:
    I just upgraded to that mouse last week. I really like it. The charging and battery life could use work, but it's still great.
    Yeah i decided it's best to just ask him he picked that so now he just needs keyboard any ideas he doesn't know which keyboard he likes :na:
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    bigcyco1 said:
    Yeah i decided it's best to just ask him he picked that so now he just needs keyboard any ideas he doesn't know which keyboard he likes :na:


    If he's going Logitech, he may like the latest and greatest gaming keyboard they offer, the G710. It's a mechanical keyboard that has some programmable keys. That said, I'd rather use just what ever keyboard you find comfortable with a cheap price, and use a G13 or Razer Nostromo n52 (I use the G13 because with Lua coding, I can do things way beyond what should be possible).
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  14. bystander said:
    If he's going Logitech, he may like the latest and greatest gaming keyboard they offer, the G710. It's a mechanical keyboard that has some programmable keys. That said, I'd rather use just what ever keyboard you find comfortable with a cheap price, and use a G13 or Razer Nostromo n52 (I use the G13 because with Lua coding, I can do things way beyond what should be possible).
    Thanks will get him one of those he said he likes all those :sarcastic: :lol:
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