What is the best keyboard with anti-ghosting for SSF4: AE?


#1

I’m looking for a keyboard for SSF4: AE . I’m pretty bad with pads and very bad with sticks but keyboards are fine by me :smiley:
I play Chun and Juri .I’d be thankful for any suggestion.


#2

If you like keyboards for play you should check out the Hitbox (http://www.hitboxarcade.com/). Which is a stickless fight stick and layout of WSAD and space somewhat.

But about keyboards i would say any good rated anti-ghosting keyboards on newegg.com would be just fine. What really matters is the feel do you want mechanical? For the “best” anti-ghosting keyboard you can easy pay more then a stick duel modded and everything.


#3

What does anti-ghosting mean? Sorry, noob question.


#4

http://www.microsoft.com/appliedsciences/AntiGhostingExplained.mspx

Please use google it will save you time this was the first thing that came up.


#5

USB keyboards will have inherent ghosting issues, some gaming keyboards will let you hit up to 6 keys at once, but usually its some modifier keys, regular keys, and arrows. If you play ssf4 with all regular keys that will be an issue.

Old school PS/2 port keyboards shouldn’t have ghosting issues.


#6

mechanical keyboards

love my ducky browns

but love my seimitsus more

but if you own a stick, just keep playing with it. and go into practice mode and make sure you can do every special move with your character 10-15times in sucession on both sides


#7

Get one with Cherry MX Brown or Red switches, then do this for lower key travel:

http://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=leopold,tenkeyless&pid=fc200rtab
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000QI1KVO

Or check out the geekhack classifieds:
http://geekhack.org/forumdisplay.php?59-classifieds

If lack of ghosting is your sole concern then a Microsoft Sidewinder X4 should do the trick.


#8

Steelseries 7G
http://steelseries.com/us/products/keyboards/steelseries-7g

Or

Steelseries 6G v2
http://steelseries.com/us/products/keyboards/steelseries-6gv2

You can press as many keys as you want if you connect them to the Ps/2 port.