DOOM & OVERWATCH
Macros are not particularly handy for these sort of games, but we did spend a lot of or time with these titles. Movement is intentional, and each press of a key is greeted with a click. The TTC Blue switches are tough enough to require more than a resting hand for activation, but with some time, they are easy to get accustomed to, over say a red or brown switch option.
We did also mess around is a couple of MMO offerings, and here we found use to set up a few Macros to be able to spam commands and attack with a single press. This leads us to another fact about the Macro keys that needs addressing. They are not located conveniently, and we always had to take our eyes off the game and our hand off the mouse to use them. Outside of that, the Suora FX has been a welcomed companion in times when we get to sit and play games for a living.
Windows and Productivity
Moving from the Hermes P1 which has the same exact switches in it, there was no lead time in getting used to this Suora FX keyboard. Our speed is still just as quick, and while we still cannot pinpoint the exact reason, we are beginning to like the TTC Blue switches over Cherry MX and Kailh versions of the same thing.
There is no getting around the amount of noise that the Suora FX makes when your fingers are just a blur as you type, but we have always liked clicky keyboards, and do not have to worry about annoying anyone or impeding on someone's sleep patterns.
While clicking away at the Suora FX, we find the construction to be solid, and we are not feeling numb finger tips from the vibrations some keyboards produce. As a typist, we highly recommend this keyboard, even if it is geared towards gamers.
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United States: The ROCCAT SUORA FX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard retails for $123 at Amazon.
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