The test works when you press the keys on your keyboard (USB / PS2), Each key pressed will appear in the text box above the keyboard
Pressing any key will show on the screen an orange color for active key (holding down)
Releasing the key will show GREEN for key pressed and released
The button in light blue color Multi-function key
To find out if your test worked, all the keys on the screen will be GREEN.
If you pressed all the keys and some did not change color, check your keyboard, it may be defective, if it is new, try to exchange it
If you have doubts about the test and want to do it, you can do as many times as you think necessary, just click the REFRESH TEST button Our test is set up to work with any keyboard.
New Test Model
In 2018 we started with the objective of bringing a fast and efficient test for all types of keyboards.
Without the need to make installations or add-ons, we were able to perform the test of your keyboard in a simple, easy and fast way.
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As with mice, one of the most important requirements on gamers' keyboards is the response time.
One of the most common problems on keyboards is ghosting. It occurs when the peripheral can not respond to the command of several keys being pressed at the same time.
Different functions and shortcuts can be crucial for players.
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Typically 3 types of keyboards are found, identified by acronyms. Are they: ABNT2 (Portuguese - Brazil); US (American English) and the PT – PT (Portuguese Portugal).
ABNT2 Keyboard - Brazilian Standard
The ABNT2 keyboards are those with the decimal (Ç) key and have the question mark (?) Positioned next to the right Shift key.
They also differ from US keyboards in relation to the size of the Enter key.
US – International English The International English (US) keyboard layout pattern differs from the Brazilian ABNT2 standard because it does not have the cÃ-cedilla key (Ç). Another feature is that the Enter key is smaller compared to other layouts.
TIP: To make the Ç on the keyboard with US layout, use the acute accent keys (') and then the C.