Laptop keyboard: use it ? or attach a separate keyboard.

Today I saw someone gaming on a laptop but had attached a keyboard instead of using the built-in.  Is this common?

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  • Yes, it is relatively common for gamers to use external keyboards when gaming on a laptop. While laptops generally come with built-in keyboards, many gamers prefer the tactile feedback, customization options, and additional features offered by dedicated gaming keyboards. External gaming keyboards often have mechanical switches that provide a more satisfying typing and gaming experience compared to the membrane-based keyboards commonly found in laptops. Mechanical keyboards are known for their durability and responsiveness, which can be beneficial for fast-paced gaming. Furthermore, gaming keyboards often come with programmable keys, customizable backlighting, and extra macro keys that can be assigned to specific in-game functions. These features allow gamers to personalize their gaming experience and optimize their gameplay. Using an external keyboard also provides more ergonomic options. Laptops typically have a fixed keyboard position, which may not be comfortable for extended gaming sessions. With an external keyboard, gamers can choose a keyboard layout, size, and position that suits their preferences and ergonomic needs. Overall, while many gamers use the built-in keyboards on their laptops, it's not uncommon to see gamers opting for external keyboards for improved performance, customization, and comfort.

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  • Yes, it is relatively common for gamers to use external keyboards when gaming on a laptop. While laptops generally come with built-in keyboards, many gamers prefer the tactile feedback, customization options, and additional features offered by dedicated gaming keyboards. External gaming keyboards often have mechanical switches that provide a more satisfying typing and gaming experience compared to the membrane-based keyboards commonly found in laptops. Mechanical keyboards are known for their durability and responsiveness, which can be beneficial for fast-paced gaming. Furthermore, gaming keyboards often come with programmable keys, customizable backlighting, and extra macro keys that can be assigned to specific in-game functions. These features allow gamers to personalize their gaming experience and optimize their gameplay. Using an external keyboard also provides more ergonomic options. Laptops typically have a fixed keyboard position, which may not be comfortable for extended gaming sessions. With an external keyboard, gamers can choose a keyboard layout, size, and position that suits their preferences and ergonomic needs. Overall, while many gamers use the built-in keyboards on their laptops, it's not uncommon to see gamers opting for external keyboards for improved performance, customization, and comfort.

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