- Brand Name: WolfKing
- Model Number: DK2388UBK
- Color: Black
- Hardware Platform: PC
- Item Package Quantity: 1
Warrior Gaming Keypad Black
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Top Customer Reviews
The Warrior Gaming Keypad is the best option I've found and has everything I need for performing in-game actions when I don't need to type responses to others. The board is 9" in diameter. The bottom has 5 plastic pads for friction as well as two flip legs for raising the board at a slight angle. When raised, it can move around if nudged since the raised legs don't have any pads or otherwise friction resistance attachments.
The keyboard has your core gaming keys: WASD, Alt, Shift, Left Ctrl, Right Ctrl, TAB, 0-9, and F1-F12. In addition it has volume control buttons, K, F, R, G, T, ~ (tilde), and others. The W key has a noticeable nib on it for quick hand placement.
There is one major con to the board, which is having to get used to the placement of the keys on the keyboard. It's not a normal keyboard and if you're not quick at picking up new key placements this is probably going to slow you down more than aid you in the short term. I'm still getting used to the 0 key being before the 1 key as opposed to its normal placement on the standard keyboard. Furthermore, if you're looking for a left-hand based gaming keypad, you may experience a greater learning curve since key placement primarily mimics the left-hand placement on a normal keyboard.
If you have a keyboard with USB expansion slots, this does work since it doesn't use up much power. I'm using a ...Read more ›
I'm always looking for a controller that fits my big hands. But I haven't found one any better than this.
After a few years I started wondering if I would need a replacement and that's when I found out that Wolfking wasn't making these anymore. I bought several more here on Amazon for $40 plus some change. (that includes shipping) That was in 2011. I'm still using my original pad. No issues have surfaced yet.
A reviewer said the Timberwolf gaming keyboard was better made. The Timberwolf gaming keyboard was designed and manufactured by the same people. It's a gaming keyboard with this gamepad made on the left side. I'd have considered getting the Timberwolf keyboard but it doesn't have a numpad.
Other reviewers have complained about learning a new key layout. That's the whole point of this pad. It moves the primary keys that you need and puts them at your fingertips. It does take some adjusting to learn the new layout, but you'd have to do that with any purpose built gaming controller.Read more ›
That being said, this one is a little strange, as it has a pink gradient on the top of the device.
But hey, it's still a Wolf King Warrior game keyboard, and it's still comfortable and still lets me keep up with the younger kids. All in all, I love this thing and hate to think about having to find yet another in 7-8 years.
The layout is just too small for my big meat hooks...
I would like color coded keys (I am really a visual person) when I glance down to verify my finger placement...
Needs sticky feet, tends to slide around.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have the keyboard pictured (I got it from the thrift store for $3 brand new in box) and its the 2nd best gaming keyboard ive ever had, about the size of a plate and twice as... Read morePublished 19 months ago by IRD Studio
This is an amazing FPS keypad; I bought a second one.
I started off with a WolfKing keyboard "Timber Wolf" (this game pad integrated with a qwerty keyboard, but... Read more
I love how it feels. The keys are responsive. They take just enough pressure to click (not too hard where you feel like you have to force your fingers, and not too easy where you... Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by Arturo Herra
After a week of using this I got lost on my regular keyboard. a must have for any MMO gamer
Love it !
I have the red version of this unit. I basically hate it. The layout is too weird to get used to if you're a touch typist. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by M. Carson
I have used this game pad for many year's,I wore out my first one.I think this thing blow;s most other pad's away.Im so familiar with this thing I can even us a normal keyboard. Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by Steven Smith
This game pad is not intuitive. It's a bit of a learning curve when it comes to using. No doubt about it. Not sure if it will work as usb device on PS3 games, most likely not. Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by Gilbert Baca
while i tried using this product i found that the buttons are extremely unresponsive. the buttons will click down like a regular keyboard, but when it's clicked down, that doesn't... Read morePublished on April 10, 2010 by A. C. Davidson