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Fujitsu KB410 PC/Mac, Keyboard (Very Good) - £3.26 (+£4.49 Non Prime) [Amazon Warehouse]
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Fujitsu KB410 PC/Mac, Keyboard (Very Good) - £3.26 (+£4.49 Non Prime) [Amazon Warehouse]

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Posted 9th Feb

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Any good for gaming - I’m not sure what a gaming keyboard really is they all look the same apart from fancy back lighting which im not interested in
Watch out - photo shows a German layout, and the model number given corresponds to the Spanish version. It’s the same story with almost all cheapish keyboards on Warehouse! This will almost certainly be a Spanish layout
Edited by: "finknottle" 9th Feb
Dr_lovegod09/02/2020 13:08

Any good for gaming - I’m not sure what a gaming keyboard really is they a …Any good for gaming - I’m not sure what a gaming keyboard really is they all look the same apart from fancy back lighting which im not interested in



The best Gaming keyboards have switches not just contacts. This will not be one of those
finknottle09/02/2020 13:10

Watch out - photo shows a German layout, and the model number given …Watch out - photo shows a German layout, and the model number given corresponds to the Spanish version. It’s the same story with almost all cheapish keyboards on Warehouse! This will almost certainly be a Spanish layout



Really?

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Dr_lovegod09/02/2020 13:08

Any good for gaming - I’m not sure what a gaming keyboard really is they a …Any good for gaming - I’m not sure what a gaming keyboard really is they all look the same apart from fancy back lighting which im not interested in


The word "gaming" means nothing at all it is often just to make the keyboard sound fancy. All keyboards in theory are gaming ones you press a key and the game responds in terms of movement. It is more about the feel and response of the keyboard which is a personal thing to the player.

This is a cheap and cheerful business keyboard and actually pretty good to use. We have them at work.
jasee09/02/2020 13:16

Really?[Image]



I find the model number is usually the best indicator of what’ll arrive, but it will either be Spanish, or German as shown in the picture
finknottle09/02/2020 13:24

I find the model number is usually the best indicator of what’ll arrive, b …I find the model number is usually the best indicator of what’ll arrive, but it will either be Spanish, or German as shown in the picture



Pardon? The one I showed is directly from the Amazon ad.
If you look at the spec from Fujisu that model covers a variety of styles (about a dozen) not just German, that is just the first one in their list
Edited by: "jasee" 9th Feb
Redscoped09/02/2020 13:23

The word "gaming" means nothing at all it is often just to make the …The word "gaming" means nothing at all it is often just to make the keyboard sound fancy. All keyboards in theory are gaming ones you press a key and the game responds in terms of movement. It is more about the feel and response of the keyboard which is a personal thing to the player. This is a cheap and cheerful business keyboard and actually pretty good to use. We have them at work.



All keyboards are not the same. Most use two sheets of plastic with the metal contacts on them. The better gaming keyboards, for instance the classic Cherry keyboards actually use microswitches. These are reckoned to be more reliable. Historically all keyboards used microswitches and some of these are still sought after by gamers. Also because they were a lot heavier so moved much less when the keys were pressed very rapidly
Edited by: "jasee" 9th Feb
jasee09/02/2020 13:49

All keyboards are not the same. Most use two sheets of plastic with the …All keyboards are not the same. Most use two sheets of plastic with the metal contacts on them. The better gaming keyboards, for instance the classic Cherry keyboards actually use microswitches. These are reckoned to be more reliable. Historically all keyboards used microswitches and some of these are still sought after by gamers. Also because they were a lot heavier so moved much less when the keys were pressed very rapidly


I never said all keyboards are the same so I have no idea why you made this comment. I said that "gaming" means nothing at all when it is used to describe a product such as a keyboard.
Redscoped09/02/2020 14:29

I never said all keyboards are the same so I have no idea why you made …I never said all keyboards are the same so I have no idea why you made this comment. I said that "gaming" means nothing at all when it is used to describe a product such as a keyboard.



How you can say 'The word "gaming" means nothing at all it is often just to make the keyboard sound fancy'

Some so called gaming keyboards are just ordinary switchless contact keyboards with for instance just illuminated keys.

A proper gaming keyboard uses microswitches, sometimes some critical keys are marked. Sometimes it comes with software so you can asign particular functions to one key, Usually it is illuminated so you can work in subdued light. Ideally it should be heavier.
Edited by: "jasee" 9th Feb
jasee09/02/2020 14:49

How you can say 'The word "gaming" means nothing at all it is often just …How you can say 'The word "gaming" means nothing at all it is often just to make the keyboard sound fancy'Some so called gaming keyboards are just ordinary switchless contact keyboards with for instance just illuminated keys. A proper gaming keyboard uses microswitches, sometimes some critical keys are marked. Sometimes it comes with software so you can asign particular functions to one key, Usually it is illuminated so you can work in subdued light. Ideally it should be heavier.


Because it means nothing, I have a gaming hat - What does that tell you about the hat ? nothing at all. Same with a keyboard adding the word gaming to it means nothing. There is no technical defination as to what a gaming keyboard is it can mean anything. Companies put the word "Gaming" in front of products to make you think it is better.

It does not mean it will have backlighting, special switches and oddly as you suggest anything to do with weight of the keyboard.
Redscoped09/02/2020 15:15

Because it means nothing, I have a gaming hat - What does that tell you …Because it means nothing, I have a gaming hat - What does that tell you about the hat ? nothing at all. Same with a keyboard adding the word gaming to it means nothing. There is no technical defination as to what a gaming keyboard is it can mean anything. Companies put the word "Gaming" in front of products to make you think it is better. It does not mean it will have backlighting, special switches and oddly as you suggest anything to do with weight of the keyboard.



Why don't you just admit defeat?
jasee09/02/2020 15:30

Why don't you just admit defeat?


a gamer admit defeat? in an online forum?

is this your first internet?
jasee09/02/2020 13:44

Pardon? The one I showed is directly from the Amazon ad.If you look at the …Pardon? The one I showed is directly from the Amazon ad.If you look at the spec from Fujisu that model covers a variety of styles (about a dozen) not just German, that is just the first one in their list



I know it is, and that picture shows a German keyboard. And I am speaking about the specific model number shown under “product information” (S26381-K511-L480). I am aware that this model (and most models) of keyboard comes in a variety of layouts - and the model number given relates specifically to a Spanish layout, while the picture shows a German one. Google that number and look at the results that come up.

I won’t be responding further, as you’re clearly either a few sandwiches short or just trolling. Either way, what a bizarre argument to pick
finknottle09/02/2020 23:48

I know it is, and that picture shows a German keyboard. And I am speaking …I know it is, and that picture shows a German keyboard. And I am speaking about the specific model number shown under “product information” (S26381-K511-L480). I am aware that this model (and most models) of keyboard comes in a variety of layouts - and the model number given relates specifically to a Spanish layout, while the picture shows a German one. Google that number and look at the results that come up.I won’t be responding further, as you’re clearly either a few sandwiches short or just trolling. Either way, what a bizarre argument to pick



About the picture. You are right, it does show a 'not uk' keyboard, I needed my spectacles on. However if you drill down at Fujitsu, you find that the same basic model number followed by K relates to a number of keyboards
S26381-K511-L480 does not exist there. AFAICT
Anyway it will be interesting to see what anyone here actually gets

I've tried to unexpire the OP as there seem to be more avaiable if anyone wants to chance their arm
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