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>>58423490
I have a Ducky keyboard with macros and some media keys

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>>58258582
I have one ask away

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>>58195789
Should have bought one when they were in stock. They sold in in less then a month and now you have to wait until next year.

If you like big enter keys then the steelseries 6gv2 has one

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>>58052787
>Would you?
No I got a Ducky One instead

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>>57956186
Interesting choice of colors. I'm more of a white and grey kind of guy

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>>57921430
Just get a Ducky One with PBT keycaps for $110

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>>57836822
its a good keyboard

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>>57808736
I have a Ducky One with PBT keycaps and I love it. Now it should be noted that dye-sub legends do have a weakness and that is bleaching. It can be avoided by not leaving your keyboard out in direct sunlight. Unfortunately I did that and my S key began to bleach. This is the only key that had that happened to it so I don't mind

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>>57789882
Ducky has some full size keyboards with macro support and volume controls like the One. The playback ones arent dedicated, but if you dont use your numpad all that often you could bind them there

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>>57756514
If you want Topre there is the type heaven for 140 bucks:
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/search.php?keyword=&brand=10&switch=&size=&led=&capmat=&capprint=&model=&availability=in_stock_pre&show_kb=off&show_kb=on&show_acc=off

As far as cherry switches are concerned there are plenty of good manufacturers like Filco, Ducky, Leopold, KBP, Rosewill, etc.
Any of those will do. Personally I went with the Ducky One (pic related) for the dye-sub PBT caps, volume controls, and the ability to program macros.

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>>57699025
Do my white keycaps trigger you? Or if I posted a model M with white keycaps you would have been fine with that because its old.

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>>57654194
I have a Ducky one and its a very solid keyboard with excellent build quality. The PBT keycaps are nice, but I did have an issue in which two of my keycaps became bleached after two weeks. I dont mind since its only noticable when there is a lot of light. Also I wish there was some sort of software to help manage the macros since it has three layers and is almost full programmable.

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>>57590431
Hey I have that same exact keyboard!
They keycaps are great, with the exception of a bleaching problem that happened onto a couple of my keys. Build quality is excellent and there are plenty of macros. My two complaints are that I wish there was some sort of software that can help manage them since I had to reset the keyboard twice already because I keep on getting carried away. The other being that Ducky needs better quality control on their Dye-sub PBT keycaps since bleaching is actually a common issue on these things.

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>>57523786
Ducky one has some media controls over the numpad, with the rest being macros

>> No.57477647 [View]

>>57477618
Nice a fellow Ducky one user. I'll be honest though the PBT key caps were disappointing

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>>57419322
Ducky One is cheaper and comes with a back light. I went for the one with dye-sub PBT without a backlight which was also cheaper.

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>>57340297
Hey I have that keyboard.
Its pretty good I rate it 8/10

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>>57299437
I'd spend the extra 10 bucks and get it with dye-sub PBT keycaps. The improvement is quality is definitely worth it, plus I think they look better then those pra4nge keycaps

https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1685

I've got one so if you have any questions feel free to ask (pic related is mine)

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>>57254869
The PBT keycaps on my ducky have already lasted my longer then my k120. They should wear eventually but it takes much longer. Also its kind of hard to explain but PBT keycaps feel softer then abs, I kind of like it. You have to try them to understand what I mean

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>>57221233
Yes it was my first keyboard too

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>>57208460
Do you really need RGB lighting?

After buying a Ducky One (pic related is mine) with PBT keycaps I can never go back to ABS. They have a nice soft texture and the added strength and resistances to wear are also bonus. I don't really need a backlit keyboard since the light from my monitor is more then enough

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>>57167753
no its just a meme pic I took since the other anons picture was blurry as hell

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>>57128756
I've got a Ducky One. The PBT keycaps are definitely an improvement over the ABS keycaps I've been using before. I would recommend it as an upgrade.

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>>56966104
Its pretty good for a plastic keyboard. The default PBT keycaps are also thick



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