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>> No.62632504 [View]
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>>62632434
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/search.php?keyword=&brand=1&switch=&size=Full+Size&led=none&capmat=&capprint=&model=&availability=in_stock_pre&show_kb=off&show_kb=on&show_acc=off
The white and grey ones are out of stock

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>>62086043
You mean like Duckys? You can find them almost every were in the world since Ducky channel is the largest mechanical keyboard distributor in the whole world.

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>>61834508
The list is slightly outdated, but any of the mac specific keyboard listed on here work
https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/wiki/appleosx_keyboards
I wouldn't get the DAS keyboard though since it got a huge downgrade without a price reduction. There is nothing wrong with it, but I think using cheaper, lower quality components with out reducing the price is a scummy thing to do.
I'd get the Ducky One with PBT keycaps since it will easily outlast that WASD keyboard
>inb4 go back to plebbit

>> No.61750141 [View]
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>>61750063
If you want a gayming keyboard then get a Cooler Master with PBT keycaps instead. You can also get a Ducky One since that also has double shot or dye-sub PBT. But my personal favorite so far is the Leopold 980m. Even though it has laser printed PBT keycaps I prefer the layout.

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>>61726808

>>61726996 here again, or just get a Ducky One with dye-sub keys and all his problems will be solved.

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>>61581265
EnjoyPBT has some of the best PBT keycaps you can buy, but they are pricey at ~70 bucks. There are cheaper sets at around 40 bucks if you want cheaper printing. If you want dirt cheap PBT then get tai-hao since those sell for around 20-30 bucks, but the quality isn't as good

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>>61510542
Then get a Ducky

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>>61387408
If you really wanted RGB, you should've gotten this for the same price, but it's way better quality:
http://www.coolermaster.com/peripheral/keyboards/masterkeys-pro-l/

And if you wanted a cheaper board that's better than both, you should've gotten this:
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1686

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>>61051173
Those are the stock Ducky keycaps for the dye-sub version. They do sell them separately for 80 bucks and also come in white and grey

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>>60731735
Those are the only ones in stock

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>>60680774
>>60684184
thank god the white and grey ones were in stock, and not the brown and blue ones

>> No.60448237 [View]
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>>60448176
there are plenty of keyboards that do. If you want something minimalistic why not get a Ducky One with dye-sub PBT keycaps?

>> No.60437924 [View]
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>>60437785
Ducky One with dye-sub PBT keycaps.

>> No.60316626 [View]
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>>60316512
for $99 you can get a Ducky One with doubleshot PBT keycaps, steel construction, and programmable macros with function layer mapping. Personally I'd skip the backlight, and go for dye-sub version.

>> No.60151036 [View]
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>>60150783
Ducky One with PBT keycaps

>> No.60025264 [View]
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>>60025254
Ducky One

>> No.60004438 [View]
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>>60004420
Ducky One with PBT keycaps.

>> No.59962436 [View]
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>>59962404
If you want a gaming keyboard then get a Ducky or Cooler Master since those have macro support

>> No.59863423 [View]
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>>59863378
You can easily get a Ducky One with that budget. Personally I'd skip the backlight and get the one with PBT keycaps, but the double shot ABS on the backlit one are great as well.

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>>58637647
then get a Ducky One and replace the modifiers with white PBT keycaps

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>>58445839
the non RGB ones look so much better since they don't have that ugly font

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>>58375232
If you want ANSI then you have more options
Anything made by Ducky is a solid choise. I'd recommend the One with PBT keycaps.
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/search.php?keyword=&brand=&switch=2&size=Full+Size&led=&capmat=&capprint=&model=&availability=in_stock_pre&show_kb=off&show_kb=on&show_acc=off

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>>58320902
then get some programmable keyboard like a Ducky One because I don't know of any keyboard with dedicated zoom in and zoom out keys

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>>57633336
I'd say stick to a more minimalist look. A Ducky One with white and grey keycaps might be a better look then that corsair keyboard. Clean up the cables and get rid of that router. As for the LEDs stick with a white and get rid off all the other colors. Don't over do it with decals and figures. Just a clean and minimalistic look will do you just fine



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