Talk:Gaming keypad

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Evolution is the wrong word[edit]

The final stage in the keypad's evolution was when it was finally detached from the keyboard, making it an entirely separate keyboard useful only for gaming. The Wolf King Warrior would be an excellent example of moving from being part of a regular keyboard to becoming detached. It's parent keyboard was the TimberWolf.

What a load of bull. Wolfking and it's products are predated by the ThrustMaster TacticalBoard, Belkin n50, and Microsoft Strategic Commander. The whole "Evolution" section is a bunch of garbage.

Is it just me or is the "overview" all too opinionated, it sounds rather like a high school english project to me. It should be rewritten, sentences such as "in the end they are no more than rectangular surfboards" are very ugly and while they make a point, they don't exactly state it very clearly. Should be rewritten to something like "Still today the shape and layout of a keyboard remains the same, optimised for word processing but not gaming" or something of the like. Just my two cents. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 23:42, 7 October 2009 (UTC)

done --IainCheyne (talk) 16:48, 26 March 2010 (UTC)