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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    woohoo for standard Macbook Pro keyboard.

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPED OVER THE LAZY DOG

    Logitech G15, usb
    Last edited by kryo27; 2012-08-26 at 10:52 PM.

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    THE QUICK BROWN FO JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    Cheap ass Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 (was like 9.99 on sale) using USB.
    Last edited by NoRest4Wicked; 2012-08-26 at 10:53 PM.

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    HE QUIC BROWN O UMP OVER HE Z OG
    Newmen 新贵 (USB so i don't have to use the laptop keyboard)

    wow... reallly, some words have dropped almost all letters....

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    Packard bell easynote TS laptop keyboard
    Last edited by jotabe; 2012-08-26 at 10:55 PM.

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    Mionix Zibal 60 USB

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG
    7 year old microsoft keyboard USB

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    HE QUIC BROWN OX UMPS OVER HE AZ DOG

    Razer Arctosa

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    logitech k340 wireless

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    QUICK BRO FOX JUS OVR LAZ DOG

    That Looks bad. However, since in reality I will never use both shifts down to write stuff, my next try with more likely scenario.

    Left Shift + Alt:
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    The wiring in almost all keyboards is designed to play well with a LOT of keys pressed down at the same time. No modern keyboard should run in to this issue in even the most amazingly complicated gaming situations.

    While an interesting test, you're just intentionally breaking it by holding down both shift keys at the same time since this is a combination that can never legitimately occur, and is therefore not designed to be protected against.

    As an example my result in this test is "TE UIC RO:WN DG JUS VER TE LAY ". Probably the most disastrously bad one in this thread so far and this keyboard (1999 MS Natural Keyboard Pro) hasn't had a "ghosting" issue in 13 years of fairly serious gaming across all genres. It's an amusing test but don't mistake this for any sort of real-world relevance.

    Even "bad" keyboards are usually built to the standard of "any 3 (or 4) keys" + modifier and usually support quite a few more in combinations that often occur in sequence when typing.

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    macbook pro 13 '' , ( what's so hard about this? )

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    Razor Lycosa PS2
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    Simply pack up and leave! Much think, such smart.

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    laptop keyboard, ps2 (Asus n56vz)

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    -on my sony vaio

    will test on my home comp later

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    -Logitech G15 usb
    Last edited by sophos1; 2012-08-26 at 11:19 PM.

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    THE QUICK BROWN FO JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG. Microsoft intellitype media keyboard. USB

  16. #56
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    omgosh my crappy Microsoft wireless keyboard is better than razer??

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    corsair K90 2ez

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    HE QUIK BROWN FO JUPS OER HE LA DOG

    hp keyboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joán View Post
    The wiring in almost all keyboards is designed to play well with a LOT of keys pressed down at the same time. No modern keyboard should run in to this issue in even the most amazingly complicated gaming situations.

    While an interesting test, you're just intentionally breaking it by holding down both shift keys at the same time since this is a combination that can never legitimately occur, and is therefore not designed to be protected against.

    As an example my result in this test is "TE UIC RO:WN DG JUS VER TE LAY ". Probably the most disastrously bad one in this thread so far and this keyboard (1999 MS Natural Keyboard Pro) hasn't had a "ghosting" issue in 13 years of fairly serious gaming across all genres. It's an amusing test but don't mistake this for any sort of real-world relevance.

    Even "bad" keyboards are usually built to the standard of "any 3 (or 4) keys" + modifier and usually support quite a few more in combinations that often occur in sequence when typing.
    That's not really true, it just means you're not pushing your gameplay to the same degree as some other people.

    For instance, it's easy for me, while playing WoW, to have W and A down because I'm running forward at an angle, shift to change my keybinds page, and whatever keybind I'm trying to jab. That's 4 keys, without much trouble. One of the reasons I went with a Naga mouse originally (now an M90 after that died) was that I was having serious NKRO issues on my old Saitek Eclipse keyboard. It didn't always happen, but certain combos with certain movements could cause issues. It was more prevalent with other games, like FPS games, where I'd often keybind Q and E to something like leaning to either side, and crouching, usually set to "hold" rather than "toggle", meaning I could easily be holding down 4 keys before I started trying to hit keybinds to change weapons.

    Is it possible to play and never have an issue because you're not holding down a ton of buttons? Sure. But that doesn't mean it isn't an issue for other people. "Standard" keyboards are built for the NKRO issues facing normal typing, and the NKRO issues for gaming are different.

    Long story short; it's like telling an Olympic swimmer he's silly for shaving his body hair to reduce drag. You might never notice the tiny effect it makes, but he will.
    Last edited by Endus; 2012-08-26 at 11:27 PM.

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    THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG

    10 year old white brand keyboard, PS2 with a USB convertor
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