Summary: I'm amazed at how many bad reviews this keyboard has gotten. I've used these since they came out, circa 2004. I've owned exactly 3 in that time. I ruined one myself, one I used till it was worn to the nub, and the third I'm still using now.
Summary: the keys are a little closer together than my old Logitech Keyboard. So it took a little getting used to. Lots of preprogrammed games for the gaming keyboard module. Easy to swap keyboards. Easy to program it yourself. I don't recommend the Gaming configuration for everyday use.
Summary: I purchased the Zboard after seeing it for sale in the store. I have long wanted a keyboard that made gaming easier and this seemed to fit the bill. The keyboard is easy to use with its interchanging lay overs for normal qwerty style typing or its many custom game styles.
Summary: The gaming keyboard is great for in-game play. I love being able to use the ergonomically placed keys when I'm enthralled in an intense battle. The original key boards are ok, but zboard provides the gamer with the perfect finger/key placement for every move, weapon selection, or communications with...
Summary: Ok, this is a tough decision. I love this keyboard now, it's great. However, honstly, it doesn't make me play much better, and whenever you want to type anything, you have to switch back to the regular keyboard because it's to hard to type with the gaming keyboard setup.
Summary: I bought this keyboard with very high expectations, because I play a lot of FPS's. While the keyboard design is very ergonomic and innovative, I found it very difficult at first to adjust my play. I kept fumbling a few keys at very critical moments.
Black Cat de La Bear "see that dark shape o're there by the door, THAT is a SHADOWLORD!!! yeaaa!", Amazon
2 September 2004
Summary: First let me say that thier is a P/S version and a USB version of this keyboard. The P/S is the one that stinks like last years socks and only comes with the standard keyset.(it also REQUIRES you to buy a keyset for every game). This version sold here is the USB version and comes with 2 keysets.
Summary: Well, I won't mince words, This keyboard has to be one of the best innovations of our time.. :) The fact that it is optimized to run with most of the 3rd and 1st person action games out there already makes it a worth buy, plus, if you don't like the way the "preset" keys are mapped, you can...