What is the best keyboard?

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    nbbatt.composted 7 years ago

    What is the best keyboard?

  2. victor3 profile image59
    victor3posted 7 years ago

    Company wise best keyboard company is logitec in mid range keyboards. For gaming keyboards price range of keyboards also matters

  3. akuigla profile image61
    akuiglaposted 7 years ago

    Define the best:
    for your wrist
    or for the easiest use
    or the most durable one?
    I would say the one you feel good about.

  4. lsgondane profile image61
    lsgondaneposted 7 years ago

    Depends on what you want specifically..

    if you are an IT professional or internet freak, it would be better to have a Microsoft or Logitech ergonomic keyboard...

    If you are a core gamer then wireless keyboard would be best from Logitech.

    If you are none of the above then i would recommended not to spend too much on the keyboard smile ... and go for a normal multimedia keyboard.

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    rajeev_rajuposted 7 years ago

    Its all personal measurement no one can guess right.
    Well try out some and select which suit you.

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    skinnyjeans11947posted 7 years ago

    I think the best is yamaha because they have really cool sound affects and pitch ajustments! They have really good songs you can learn to play

  7. richardmacarthy profile image70
    richardmacarthyposted 7 years ago

    Which ever one suits your needs the best.

    I generally go for small ones as my desk is small.  But if you choose a good make like Logitech, or Trust your heading in the right direction.

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    computerdude1010posted 7 years ago

    Either a high-end keyboard like a 70$ keyboard from Logitec or Razor because they are easily programable for gaming, or just get a $10 keyboard.

  9. viplove09may profile image64
    viplove09mayposted 7 years ago

    Das Keyboard
    Once upon a time, my friends and I took a standard black OEM keyboard and with a bit of patience and a buffing wheel smoothed the lettering right off the keys leaving behind a obsidian testament to our supreme geekdom and ninja-like typing skills. The fact that someone took that idea and applied it to a rock-solid keyboard with the crisp chops and key travel to make a IBM Model M fan stop and take notice, warms my nerdling heart. The Das Keyboard comes in two flavors: extra dark with light markings and extra dark without so much as a single labeled key. Readers who voted for the Das Keyboard voted almost entirely for the unmarked version and universally said that it radically improved their typing skills. When you can't jog your memory by looking at the keys, a bad habit even excellent typists will sometimes find themselves doing, you have to let your fingers all the work. If you loved the Model M but would like something more sleek, the solid build and mechanical switches in the Das Keyboard put it miles above a mushy OEM membrane keyboard. Sound off in the comments below if you have one of the keyboards and love it, or if like me you've realized that it might be time to swap out the basic keyboard that came with your PC for something a bit more swanky.


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