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Wireless keyboard for gaming

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Hi all -

I've put together a desktop gaming machine for my man cave and I'm looking for a decent wireless keyboard to use from my couch/chair. I've already got a Logitech G602 wireless mouse which I'm very happy with but looking for some recommendations on the keyboard side. It doesn't have to be mechanical or have tons of programmable buttons or anything, just wanted to see what people are using.

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-Stu

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Wireless and gaming don't go together.
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Wireless and gaming don't go together.
I understand.. I had thought that too until I bought my Logitech G602 wireless mouse a few years back. There's no discernible input lag for the mouse, so I presume that there's a keyboard out there that's similar.
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I understand.. I had thought that too until I bought my Logitech G602 wireless mouse a few years back. There's no discernible input lag for the mouse, so I presume that there's a keyboard out there that's similar.
There's not, that's why you're in here asking. =)
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There's not, that's why you're in here asking. =)
Bummer - Guess I'll have to test a few out myself then. I play a mix of controller and keyboard/mice games on my PC and I don't particularly want to have a long USB cord draped across my man cave. Smilie
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Bummer - Guess I'll have to test a few out myself then. I play a mix of controller and keyboard/mice games on my PC and I don't particularly want to have a long USB cord draped across my man cave. Smilie
I'm sure Logitech has something that's decent for this purpose. Might want to keep in mind that even their better stuff is limited to a max distance of about 10-15ft before you start having issues.
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What sort of gaming are you doing? I use a wireless keyboard for my living room rig for single player gaming, and it's perfectly fine. It's a Velocifire TKL02, I think. It is mechanical, but not pricey, like $40 or so.
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