Good Peripherals

By Hunger_force
Sep 1, 2005
  1. Hey guys i know this might seem like a stupid question, but I was wondering if there is a good keyboard for gaming? I play allot of cs source and bf2, things of that nature; and my mouse and keyboard are pretty shotty at best :p I see allot of these specialty keyboards for games like bf2 and doom 3 withswitchable keyplates. I personlay think those are really stupid and unecessary and need something a little more practical. If any of you guys have a board that you really like or something other to recommend that would be great! :D
  2. Hunger_force

    Hunger_force TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 72

    Also what is the difference between blutooth wifi, ir, if wireless keyboards?
  3. Mark Neilan

    Mark Neilan TS Rookie Posts: 22

    Have a look at this Zboard BF2 keyboard. it all set out to make playing easier. you wouldn't use it for non gaming but its worth buying as its very cheap for the novelty and function you get (£12 or $20). I might get one my self but first i might get an expensive logitec dinovo (which has bluetooth).

    The top one is the the bf2 board. I've given you the link to the dinovo because i think its cool but costs about £120 minimum with a mouse.
  4. Mark Neilan

    Mark Neilan TS Rookie Posts: 22

    I can't really answer your bluetooth, ir and so on but infa red is what most have its not great (short range, slow, inconsistance) whereas the more expense bluetooth is really good virtually no lag some keyboard with it have a range of 30m.

    I find wireless annoying especially if they don't charge becasue they eat batteries. So unless you really have a problem with wires it not always good to get wireless keyboards.
  5. Hunger_force

    Hunger_force TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 72

    thnx allot, guys for the advice really useful. Think im goin with a wired lgitech.
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