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What's the best wireless keyboard?

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  1. LoWRiDeR82

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    Hi guys,

    I want to buy a new keyboard. I am looking strictly into wireless ones, and I want the very best in responsiveness/gaming among the wireless ones.

    What are the suggestinons? ( i know wired is considered better but i'll sacrifice that milimilisecond for a cool wireless keyboard )

    I only wish razer launched a wireless keyboard as they did with my Razer Mamba mouse!
     
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    I've never had any issues with my Logitech KB's. I've had 3-4 over the years and other than batteries dying at the worst possible moment they've been fine. You might want to look at Bluetooth ones. They have a much better range.
     
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    i <3 my dinovo edge, but its out of most gamers price ranges. not something you want to treat badly.
     
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    What's the point of using a wireless keyboard at the desk? The only time I use my wireless keyboards is if I'm at the TV in living room or bedroom. I can't use a non mechanical board at the computer. Although I do use a wireless mouse for every day work and such. The logitech performance mouse MX.

    IF you need a wireless keyboard for gaming or something just go with a wireless Microsoft or Logitech board. Read the specs and know what you're buying.
     
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    He is probably looking for "consumer feedback" rather than what the manufacturers tell him. Keyboards can be very personal, but maybe less so compared to mice.

    I have a very limited desk space, sometimes I need to move the keyboard away so that I have space to put my food, wireless keyboard makes this a lot simpler. But I cannot afford a wireless keyboard >:'(
     
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    less cables, for one. some people live with neat freaks, or are neat freaks. (sorry - "chaos impaired")


    other than that i dont use it at the desk, its for my 40" TV in the living room. cordless but gaming grade is a huge bonus there.
     
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    I understand that, as I am a bit of a neat freak too. I try to use my wireless mice as much as possible when not gaming because the wires bother me running in between my monitors.

    I just couldn't use a keyboard that isn't mechanical for my work. Switching to my wireless boards in the evening for watching movies or whatever feels like I'm typing on a toy.
     

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