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yo mates

i have big hands and i m always in pain to find "adapted" tools, here are some keyboards and keypads i have try this year, i post my feeling ,who know perhaps it can help someone haha^^



cybersnipa:

plug&play tool;it have a nice organisation and is one of the more addapted to big hands(and even fine to small ones haha)
but it looks promising only; perhaps was mine fraqd but i havent find the way to have full response on the right main command i have miss about 2 dodge on 10...too much

i bet that have something to do with the plug & play thing ....

repacked and back to the factory after 1 week ....

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Saitek pro gamer command unit:

this one have a nice look and is well done but no advantage compared to a classical keyboard (same  keys size)

other problem the resistance ...after some month use the jump command is destroyed...still working but it dont come back (spring broken or something like that) and i m not guilty...lol....my sista have it and she use it with  delicacy ;)

saitek pro gamer command unit.JPG


Zfang:

excellent tool; nice for big hands...only hesitation: the lateral jump command but after some hours it s fine ;)

zfang.JPG


Zboard:

one of the top! after 1 year intensive and "brutal" use...no defection & no problems ...perfectly addapted to big hands with no doubts more efficient than any classical keyboard...no light from the inside ...fixed on new model (stealth model) with 3 retro lighting colors

zboard.JPG



X7 G600:

this is a rofl keyboard; cheap (29 euros)...and crap; plastic look; horrible feeling on keys and the keys have a badly  natural lateral "moove"....and so noisy !!
i offered it to one of my nephew...the one who jumped on his Xbox because of "badloosing"...

x7 g600.JPG


logitech g15:

excellent tool; no advantage except the 18 g keys and the lcd finally is only usefull to display the cpu and ram use...for me
classical problems for big hands :p

after one year "brutal" & intensive use the keys response is still ok but seem to be more damaged than on zboard tools

g15.JPG



my vote to the ZBoard Stealth....lol....the only one i havent test :p

stealth.JPG

-- Edited by Bl!tz on Friday 2nd of October 2009 01:54:21 PM

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Nice info mate

Like the look of the last one, would be intresting to see how big it is in real life.

but won't be buying a new keyboard just yet, happy with my G15 for now i think.

I do like the look of the first one too, you said it broke and was sent back, do you not fancy another one to see if it was a one off fault, or just bad make ?

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no i prefered to send it back because i had a trial retractation delay of 7 days and with the exchange no more ways to get ma money back :p

though i have read lot of satisfed people with it....mine was probably fraqued from stock...

....was a good way to test it for free in allways haha^^

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