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    Corsair K65 RGB Mini

    Corsair tries its hand at the increasingly popular 60 per cent form factor.
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    Re: Corsair K65 RGB Mini

    Looks great, I'll take mine with full sized keys and a num pad please.

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    Re: Corsair K65 RGB Mini

    I may be old fashioned but I also would like a num pad please

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    Re: Corsair K65 RGB Mini

    but at £110, you might expect metal backing and crisper acoustics.
    I would expect a metal backing at that price point. Not cheap plastic.

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    Re: Corsair K65 RGB Mini

    The thing is...

    Years back, instead of using WASD, I started to use the arrow keys for FPS movement. CTRL is Jump, 0 is prone, 1 is reload and DEL/END/PGUP were assigned to various duties. That seemed considerably better than WASD, due to no other keys immediately surrounding the arrow keys.

    Lots of people will read this and think, 'huh?' Try it. It works.

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    Re: Corsair K65 RGB Mini

    I did that myself back in the early 90's. Found it a lot easier, then a lot of games were WASD and I was pretty confused with it, like pffft how is that easier but with games moving on from keyboard only to mouse/keyboard I moved to WASD, still find it easier to use the arrow keys but not enough buttons around them for most of the games I play now. However still use them for strategy games where scrolling is easier with the arrow keys.
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