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Would this be suitable for gaming? Im relatively tech savvy so I would be able to reprogram/rebind the keys if necessary but it might be a pain. I'm looking for my first mechanical keyboard for gaming, but i don't want a full size one. I considered the Razor tartarus but it isn't mechanical, and I can't afford an Obaron (or whatever its called). I need keys that are accessible with my thumb, and enough keys to play games and run 2-3 macros. My mouse has 4 extra buttons, but they can't be bound to macros (don't ask why idk). Thanks, any advice or alternative options is appreciated :)
Ps. I play on a windows (of course) but I have access to both OS X and Kali linux machines that I could use to reprogram keys.
The tartarus has more tactile bump than Cherry Clears or Gateron Browns, I love it.
I really don't want a bump, I would prefer a smooth click.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the tartarus silent option are linears?
Are there other options? The Tartarus is pretty old.
I wouldnt suggest using this for gaming. The small form factor and lightweight construction could cause stability issues.
Yeah, i would need to be able to hit buttons with my pinky finger, so this won't work. Are there any other options anyone knows about?
I'm poor asf, so I'm really looking for something along the lines of 30-50 (or less but that seems unlikely). This is purely for gaming so it doesn't need to be full size to save $$ lol. Thanks for that suggestion though. I looked at the 49 key option on here but it isn't programable (from what I understand) and it looked like like positioning of the Alt. key would really through me off.
That is like exactly what I want lol. I guess my next week is gonna be dedicated to finding that in my price range.
Search for a program called X-Mouse Button Control, it might be helpful for rebinding your mouse buttons.
I'll look into that, I've never heard of it.