A Keyboard For Serious PUBG Players

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A Keyboard For Serious PUBG Players

The space bar of Varmilo’s “Chicken Dinner” keyboard is no substitute for actually winning a round of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, but it might serve as a reminder of past triumphs, depending on how good you are.

Chinese company Varmilo makes a nice keyboard, and it isn’t afraid to go a little crazy with the custom keycaps. Case in point, this unofficial PUBG version of its popular VA108M and VA87m models.

The full-size VA108m

The full-size VA108m

The boards are decked out in a lovely combination of black, white and gold PBT keycaps, many of which feature icons to coincide with their in-game shortcuts. Combined with a faux black wood grain case, it makes for a very attractive addition to one’s PUBG arsenal.

The VA87M loses the number pad, replacing it with a grey bar that says placeholder image.

The VA87M loses the number pad, replacing it with a grey bar that says placeholder image.

The space bar might be a bit much for some, as will the price. The Chicken Dinner keyboards run between $US131 ($164) and $US169 ($212) over at Mechanicalkeyboards.com depending on size and switch selection.

Comments

  • I actually kinda like it. I have had a PC for 2 years but i always play with controller, until PUBG came along and had shitty controller support so i use M+KB for it, im doing pretty well surprisingly but i forget the buttons (especially hotkeys for switching weapons and for using medkit etc), so this would actually be pretty handy for me. Sure aint paying that much but i do like the idea.

  • I just want a good mechanical split keyboard, my desk/room is not big enough for me to comfortably play fps titles, but if I could easily get rid of the right side of my keyboard it would be some much easier.

    • Sounds like maybe the split keyboard by Kinesis is what you want..

      Barnacules did a review on it a little while ago, seems like a solid board.

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