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Buying a Gaming Keyboard

Choosing a Gaming Keyboard

Serious gaming demands more from a keyboard than standard use, so consider a few features to elevate your gaming potential. When every keystroke matters, a mechanical gaming keyboard can be your ticket to victory while playing PC games. Since each key has its own individual switch in a mechanical keyboard, you'll receive stronger feedback as the switch connects, in the form of an audible sound or distinct feeling with each keystroke. While these keyboards can be heavier than rubber dome keyboards, they're often more durable so they can last through many marathon gaming sessions. When it comes to switches, there are a variety available, each with its own distinct set of characteristics. To find the best gaming keyboard to suit your preferences, compare the specifications of a few switch features, including actuation point and force, total travel distance, and sound. Like a gaming mouse, keyboards come in both wired and wireless versions. Wired keyboards are preferred by many gamers for the same reasons they prefer wired mice. Often, wired keyboards have better response times and use fewer system resources than a wireless gaming keyboard.

Best Gaming Keyboard Setup for Home

Create the ideal setting for long gaming sessions with premium keyboard features and accessories. First, you'll want to gear up comfortably with a gaming chair. Then, consider upgrading your gaming PC keyboard with two features designed for next-level gaming performance. Anti-ghosting technology is designed to support simultaneous key presses, so your keyboard recognizes rapid keystroking. To reduce the number of keystrokes needed to perform a complex string of commands, consider a keyboard that includes extra keys for macros, so you can program multiple movements into one key. You can also add a wheel, joystick or pad game controller to your setup for more console-style feeling when gaming. A gaming headset will also fully immerse you in the soundscape of your games, while allowing clear communication with other gamers.