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Basic Tutorials Guide: How to Find the Perfect Gaming Keyboard!

The Software

You probably know it too: You just want to quickly plug the new device into the PC, do a little something and then want to go directly somewhere. It’s just stupid that often eternal installations and updates stand in the way. Also keyboards sometimes have to be installed and set up before using them for the first time. This is sometimes faster and sometimes less fixed – depending on the model. But there are also some keyboards that simply work via Plug & Play. Put it on and let’s go!

Some devices also offer company software that can be installed as an option. This can be used to configure all devices that come from the company, as is the case with Corsair, for example. Not absolutely necessary for standard use, but if you want to get the full potential out of your keyboard, these extras are always a good idea.

Macro Recording Settings
Macro Recording Settings

How Do I Find the Best Gaming Keyboard?

Just as one can argue about the taste of food, it is also difficult to say uniformly what is really the “best”. From a technical point of view we can of course work out the advantages for you, but what moves in at your home is a completely different story. After all, your own experience, recommendations, gut instinct and, classically, your looks are all included.

Nevertheless, at least a rough categorisation can be determined. If you gamble a lot on your PC, a mechanical keyboard is a good idea. The click of the individual buttons and the fast response time play an important role here, which is why you should attach importance to the type of switches. Make sure you have a cable connection between your PC and keyboard – only it can give you the fastest possible transfer.

If you want to take it easy, write a lot with your computer and only use the keyboard for occasional gaming, it doesn’t necessarily have to be mechanical equipment with red switches. Here you can also be guided by other factors.

But in the end it still says: The best thing is what you like and feel good.

The Gaming All-Rounder in Bright Colors: Roccat Vulcan 100

If you are looking for a particularly colourful specimen, we can recommend the new ROCCAT Vulcan 100. This mechanical treasure can light up in up to 16.8 million colours. But also technically it has actually everything what the heart desires. With NKRO and Anti-Ghosting it is especially suitable for gambling. Press ten keys simultaneously? No problem at all. Due to the lack of a palm rest, the Vulcano 100 is particularly sleek and space-saving. Nevertheless an absolute eye-catcher by the nearly innumerable colors.

With Palm Rest and Plug & Play: Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile

If you have a little more space, you can take a closer look at this Corsair keyboard. The K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile is also mechanical in nature and has a flat Cherry MX switch. Generous bale trays are attached to the lower part, which become a comfortable companion especially in longer game sessions.

It becomes clear at first glance that the visual appearance makes a lot of difference. The surface is made of brushed aluminium, which not only looks noble, but also benefits the longevity. Corsair’s RGB lighting, on the other hand, can’t keep up with millions of colours, but seems as colourful as a rainbow. You can easily turn this effect off or off. Thanks to Plug & Play you can start right away.

In the End, You Decide

The choice of gaming keyboards is huge. Many suppliers have a whole range of models to choose from, which are hard to distinguish for a layman at first glance. Of course, it is important that you like the device in question.

In our article we have given you some hints on how to select keyboards. Ultimately, it’s up to you what you value most. It doesn’t always have to be the most expensive model, but we don’t recommend the very cheap models with rubber mats, because you should enjoy gambling for a long time, which we think mechanical keyboards can do for you much better.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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