I'd like to see an EVGA keyboard. Here are some pro steps they'd need to follow in order to make something truly awesome.
- Backlighting with adjustable brightness, with ability to disable
- Solid build quality, at least on par with Cooler Master, Filco, Leopold, other good brands
- Full size and tenkeyless models
- Macro keys on higher end models, with onboard memory and on-the-fly macro key binding
- No macro keys on other models, namely a tenkeyless model
- Blue and red switches available
- Textured keycaps
- Non-gaudy font
- Detachable sleeved cable
- Switches and keys installed on the keyboard surface and not in grooves, like Corsair models.
- Media keys integrated into F keys (second function)
- Windows disable keys
- No ridiculous price point
<message edited by boredgunner on Tuesday, June 19, 2012 4:20 PM>