You're joking, right? A practically laptop-esque keyboard, good for gaming? Good lord, no. Get something that will take a beating and has more key travel. It'll probably work on your PC as it's just a usb device, but I'd go for something more rugged. A cheap dell keyboard would work better (or an old IBM if you're hardcore like that).Well I was wondering how the new keyboard was for gaming, I was thinking about getting one with the 100 gift card I got from apple. Also will it work with my PC also?
I have a g15 right now just I want to get rid of it because i dont like having as little software and drivers as possible and they keyboard requires bothI think gaming keyboards offer better feedback, especially in the after-press when the keys spring back. I prefer scissor-action keyboards (although the Apple is not my favourite) for general typing though, as they used to cause me to hammer less on the keyboard.
I'm not a monster gamer or anything, although I'm certainly equipped for it. I do prefer using full-travel keys for gaming though. The Dell keyboard referred to above - especially the one with the wrist rest and the media keys - is actually not bad, a similar feel to the Logitech G15.
You only need the software and drivers to drive the display and the "G Keys". The software is pretty lightweight, and the drivers are solid - I don't really see what the issue is. If you find it's too large, etc try the Microsoft Reclusa(same situation - you need drivers for the specialised functions but it will work fine without them), or indeed the Dell.I have a g15 right now just I want to get rid of it because i dont like having as little software and drivers as possible and they keyboard requires both