This survey was conducted in collaboration with Logitech to understand EVE Online
players’ behavior in relation to high-end keyboards and gaming mice.
The survey was offered to all active and lapsed EVE Online players via monthly
EVE Online Newsletter, in this report responses from both active and lapsed players were considered.
|According to the survey 77% of the respondents are aware of the keyboards with LCD displays. |
The awareness level is slightly higher among lapsed players than active EVE players (80% vs 76%).
|While majority of the respondents are aware of the keyboards with LCD displays, |
less than a third of them owns one. The ownership is equal between active and lapsed EVE players.
|While the awareness of high-end keyboards is higher among younger respondents the ownership |
is higher among the older ones (31 to 45).
91% of all the respondents that own a keyboard with an LCD display own a Logitech keyboard,
more than a half of them have Logitech G15.
|More than a half of the respondents that own a keyboard with LCD display, use the LCD screen |
to display system information. Displaying vital in-game information, data from other applications or media information,
while the music is playing on a PC, are other wide-spread ways of using LCD displays on these keyboards.
15% of the respondents that own a keyboard with an LCD display, don’t use the LCD display at all.
|73% of EVE players that own a keyboard with an LCD display, use the LCD display when playing EVE Online.
|According to the survey 69% of the respondents use programmable keys on their keyboards.
|Majority of the EVE Online players say they use programmable keys on their keyboards when playing EVE Online.
|EVE players use the programmable keys to:|
Launch EVE Online (login and password)
Combat (weapons, reload, fire, overload)
Target and mine
Open specific windows
55% of the survey respondents own a gaming mouse, 4% are not sure whether a mouse they own
is the gaming type.
|The following features of a gaming mouse are used quite widely when playing games:
Additional programmable buttons
Programmable thumb buttons
Scroll wheel and scroll button
| Survey details:
- Dates: 24.08.11 – 09.09.11
- Methodology: administered online
- Sample: 1,880 completed surveys
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