When will keyboards with fully programmable normal sized OLED buttons come out and I do not just mean a handful of over sized programmable buttons on the side of the keyboard. Would be a dream for someone typing in multiple languages or playing different games. Macro buttons for games would have a much sorter learning curve on them.
Hmm, obviously they're trying to cash in on the Dan Brown Angels & Demons prequel movie coming out this summer.
I have a Saitek Eclipse II illuminated keyboard with variable intensity plus 4 colors - off, red, blue & violet. Great for playing games with the lights down low, although quite spooky in the wee hours of the AM!! WOOooOO!
ok so according to you only one company should be advertising that they make backlit keyboards and no one else. just like saying only Sony can make TV's but anyone else who makes them cannot advertise it.
Calm down captaintroll, Some nobody releases information on a pretty generic-looking product and the new "BoM Tom's" team is INSTANTLY there! Maybe the writer had to meet some article quota for the month, maybe the nobody in question paid off BoM for the page long ad, or maybe Kevin was just bored...
There are so many new "high quality" keyboards aimed at gamers these days, but none of them are ergonomic....
These are obviously aimed at people who use computers quite a bit, so why does no one make them comfortable? No matter how many features you throw on a keyboard, I'm not going to use it if it's gonna hurt me. It's not natural to have your arms angled inward in front of you with your wrists twisted outward and straight - and doing it for hours on end is only gonna give you carpal tunnel.
Why aren't there any backlit keyboards that are curved (like the MS 2000)??
Preferable wired, anti-ghosting, detachable numpad, volume dial and a few macro keys.
Al the current keyboards are halfbaked.