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Siddhant Mishra
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4 minutes ago, Siddhant Mishra said:

Is a 61 key keyboard problematic for daily use ... as it is only gaming restricted or no ?

I love small keyboards to be honest, they offer a lot more desk space and are quite practical. I hardly used my numpad, if at all, on my old full sized board so exchanging the smaller board with less functions for more desk space is something I won't ever regret.

Is a 61 key keyboard problematic for daily use ... as it is only gaming restricted or no ?

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4 minutes ago, Siddhant Mishra said:

Is a 61 key keyboard problematic for daily use ... as it is only gaming restricted or no ?

I love small keyboards to be honest, they offer a lot more desk space and are quite practical. I hardly used my numpad, if at all, on my old full sized board so exchanging the smaller board with less functions for more desk space is something I won't ever regret.

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14 minutes ago, CharminUltraStrong said:

I love small keyboards to be honest, they offer a lot more desk space and are quite practical. I hardly used my numpad, if at all, on my old full sized board so exchanging the smaller board with less functions for more desk space is something I won't ever regret.

Even I don’t use multiple keys .. does it affect coding programming etc ?  And any hand /wrist strains ?

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It's not gaming restricted. It's even better for typing in certain areas. You just don't have a numpad and the middle useless keys

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1 minute ago, Siddhant Mishra said:

Even I don’t use multiple keys .. does it affect coding programming etc ?  And any hand /wrist strains ?

The keys are in a standard layout which means it'd be the same as your current keyboard just with less keys.

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10 minutes ago, CharminUltraStrong said:

The keys are in a standard layout which means it'd be the same as your current keyboard just with less keys.

How is motospeeed CK62. I am planning of buying that .. it is. A clone of ducky one (or something).  It’s Bluetooth and wireless keyboard 

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1 hour ago, geo3 said:

function layers.

You do get used to the function layers, but it might be difficult in some games to use the function key whilst still being able to move/control it properly.

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