I am pretty sure this keyboard has held me back in some games where I remember losing due to my reactions not being as fast as they could have been.
The thing is I am pretty sure i was putting myself at a disadvantage using this type of a keyboard so I am looking for a straight keyboard that will do me well for gaming mainly in WoW PvP as I still do well in FPS games regardless of what keyboard I use. Considering you shouldn't need to reach anything passed 5tgb unless you have monster hands, that keyboard is actually fine. I know this might sound stupid, but have you taken the N52te into consideration, It is rather easy to keep have an overlook over imo, considering to buy the N52te myself or the Razer lycose. I'd get a mouse with 5-ish buttons, use both CTRL and SHIFT as modifiers, macro one of the mouses buttons to ALT (I did this with Logitech's own software, setpoint, but I believe AutoHotkey can do it as well), and there you have 3 easy modifiers. I move with the thumbpad on the nostromo and thanks to the way I've bound two rows to alt and ctrl I have 36 buttons instantly available for click so I never have to click a skill which helps as a healer.
I don't believe in observational proof because I have arrived at the conclusion that such a thing doesn't exist.
The best backlit gaming keyboard is the one that fits your needs perfectly at the cheapest price. Modified keyboard layout:  Geared towards action gamers, more ergonomic but usually takes up more desk space, measure before you buy! On board memory:  Allows you to store your macros, great if you move to a different machine so you can take your macros with you. Pretty long list, it sure would be nice to have all these features but the fact is a cheap backlit gaming keyboard will only have a few of these.  Luckily we know what type of gamer we are and what features we really need.
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Perform common tasks, like opening documents and replying to email messages, with the touch of a button. Quickly reach for commonly used symbols, such as equal sign, parentheses, and "Backspace." They are now located just above the number pad.

Type in total comfort—ergonomic design encourages natural wrist and arm alignment so you can work without discomfort. Keyboard shortcuts will not only help you get the work done faster, but also more efficiently. I have compiled a good number of Microsoft Windows keyboard shortcuts and thought I should share with you.
The keyboard is split in half as you can see so reaching some binds was a bit of a stretch but I still managed to do it quite well. Mages got 2 buttons now, so you can get a Steering Wheel instead of keyboard to make it moar challenging you know. My mage has everything bound to something, including a lot of focus macros etc, and there's still room for more.
I just use bartender and Xperl because those two have been very reliable in the past and I like them. The improved split design encourages a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm position and its new curved key layout makes keys easier to reach.
I obtained glads on my mage in the first few seasons of TBC and only once in WOTLK as I quit after the first season ended. The Zoom Slider lets you zoom in for close-ups of Web pages, images, and more — with just the touch of a finger. Would I be able to actually take advantage of using the control key or do people even with a straight keyboard never use the control key for binds? And 5 customizable “My Favorites” keys give you instant access to the folders, files, and Web pages you use most.
Any suggestions on a keyboard where the keys are raised higher than others on a desktop computer? These legs raise the keyboard at an angle that's preferable to a flat keyboard, but it doesn't stagger the height of the keys, like on the IBM Selectric.

Rather the keyboard gives the appearance of being split in half, with the left hand typing on one section of the keyboard and the right typing on the other. Other keyboards simply curve the keyboard so that from a distance, it looks almost as if the keyboard is smiling. The keys in the center of the keyboard are raised and slope downward to the left and the right, as if the "Y" and "H" keys were the peak of a small mound. I can't tell you which one is best for you, so I suggest you visit an electronics store to see which ergonomic keyboards agree with your body.
But lots of people who use them swear by them, and companies make them available for employees to reduce days missed because of repetitive stress injury. As an old-school typist, you probably know how to position a keyboard to prevent stress on tendons, muscles and joints.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends keeping your elbows about the same height as the keyboard and hanging comfortably to the side of the body. Shoulders should be relaxed, and wrists should not bend up or down or to either side during keyboard use. Doc custom-builds these jobs to resemble manual typewriters, complete with the raise keys you might prefer.
But they have the speed a touch typist needs, and they don't clack as loudly as an old Underwood.

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