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>Buyer's template for the unenlightened:
>Where to Buy:
>You are new and want our advice? Use buyers template

Keyset wiki

Old thread:

>> No.55167727

HHKB PRO 2 or CM Storm NovaTouch TKL?

>> No.55167759

Where the fuck so I buy the fps Cherry keys for wasd and 1 to 6 for my k70
Cant find anything in Canada
Will other brands work? Won't it feel weird due to different brands manufacturing different shape keycaps

>> No.55167812
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Should I return my keycaps?

>> No.55167821


>> No.55167863
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HHKB unless you care about keycaps.

Other brands will work, but check the profile first.

>> No.55168563
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I've had my DasKeyboard for a while now and wanted to know are there any reliable wireless ones out? I really just wanted to go full wireless. I don't want to lose quality, just wondering.

>> No.55168959


"boot enter" isn't ISO, it's just traditional US.

>> No.55170060
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I'm jumping into the mech keyboard scene. Ordered myself a pok3r with clears. Can't wait for this to arrive and be done with my dell keyboard, that has served me well for many years.

Pic related.

>> No.55170177

What's the consensus on Fujitsu Peerless switches? There's a guy selling an Epson q209a on 3rdWorldEbay for fiddy bucks.

>> No.55170510


they're worth more like 20 bucks.
get something with leaf springs or magnetic reeds if you really want fujitsu.

>> No.55170514

Just bought the Ducky Shine 5. Did I do good /mkg/?

>> No.55171962

>no volume roller

You fucked up, homie.

>> No.55172013

what keyboard is that in the OP? it looks sick

>> No.55172024

DSA jelly pom when

>> No.55172078

also does feng/geekkeys.com have a physical location in the US i'm going there on vacation soon and wanna pick up some keys

first edition filco user here

>> No.55172250

Just use autohotkey.

You can always email them.

>> No.55172345

do alternate key layouts like dvorak and colemak have support in most programs? will i have to rebind all of my keys when i start a new game if i use them? will undo and paste commands etc still be in their same locations?

>> No.55172429

only like 2, there was a massdrop for one for about $120, bluetooth and all that

the only other one i know of is a cool $500

>> No.55172456

Custom RGB 60% with a clear case and 1976 keycaps

>> No.55172466

I really like mine, i want a new set of keycaps because it looks really basic.
>wish it had a volume roller
>wish it had more lighting options
>wish i had gotten blues instead of browns

all in all, it's a super solid keyboard, i'm gonna customize it to make it look a bit more special

>> No.55172637

>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
clear or black although any sensible option will do
preffered ISO although its not too important
>Form factor
little to none
>Previous/current keyboards
free one that someone was going to throw away

preferably with commands for audio such as volume and track changing.

thanks in advance

>> No.55172657

what case is that? and how does it look without leds?

>> No.55172850

I wish it was my board. I only saved the image.

>> No.55173094

Thread, could you please stop being shit

>> No.55173128


contribute something yourself, or fuck off back to eddit

>> No.55173137
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You're either too pedantic or just retarded.
Not sure there's much difference.

>> No.55173166

its your job to spoonfeed me information and entertainment. please go about it now

>> No.55173181

I thought mech keyboards were meant to give you a "better typing experience"

please explain how boards which remove so many keys and force you to use modifiers for so much stuff are useful?

what a meme, kys. you guys are worse than apple when it comes to form over function

>> No.55173215

Modifiers are faster than moving your hand further to hit more keys.

I don't know what keys you are talking about specifically, but if for example you wanted numbers you can get an external numpad and put it on the left or wherever is best for you.

If you want home key or whatever then FN+k is probably more efficient than leaving the typing area entirely to go and hit it. (FN+k is HHKB hotkey)

>> No.55173227
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it's ok if you don't understand.

>> No.55173251
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Mechs keyboarda are meant to enlarge your e-peen you idiot

>> No.55173255

Doesn't really matter to me because I have a roller on my blue yeti anyway.

>> No.55173272

any recommendations for a white low profile case? or should I get tex clears?

>> No.55173276

I just bought a Realforce 87u 55g.

I'm the mememaster.

>> No.55173293

What makes certain 60%keyboards more expensive than full sized or 80%? Are you paying premium for style points?

>> No.55173308


metal cases, thick PBT or SA profile caps, and nice heavy plates all raise the cost.

>> No.55173311

As much as I hate the form factor of your keyboard, I have to admit it's fucking beautiful.

>> No.55173337

This is why I can never get the balls to purchase one. I want the perfect board that will last me a decade, that I'll never get tired of, but everything's either too expensive or not good enough. This seems like a NEET hobby for people with minimal bills to pay.

>> No.55173345

Build quality and supply and demand, as well as other factors such as stock keycaps and switches.

There isn't as much of a demand for smaller boards, hence they get produced less, hence they typically cost more.

>> No.55173466

honestly i have a 60% cause i wanted more desk room, but i think you're better off getting 80%, 60% is sorta a meme. like i'm use to it now but i can see the inconvinience, pressing 3 buttons when you only need to press 2 regularly lol, like i said it's not that bad it's just 1 button but it totally fucks up cause how your hand is shaped, fn capslock button you want to press.

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The KBTalking Pro is nice if you can find it anywhere.

>> No.55173678


You really think 100 bucks is a lot of money for someone that isn't a NEET?

If anything, you've got it backwards. The NEETs are the ones whining because they cant afford a few hours worth of pay for a 10+ year hardware investment.

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He probably means this.

>> No.55173701


We should just use the usual "bigass enter" and "ISO enter" terms to avoid shit like this

>> No.55173707

Ah, I see. But in my book all boots are boots even if upside down.

>> No.55173912

Poker 3 user here, watch out it's a little hard to get use to and very confusing to program. Well at least for me.

>> No.55173955

How do you print screen on those keyboards? Or there is a better method than print screen -> paint?

>> No.55173966

There's plenty of screenshot programs out there.

>> No.55173972

Get a programmable board and switch layers for games. Pok3r comes with colemak and dvorak as layouts by default (just gotta flip some dip switches)

If you don't wanna have to do that often you could also make one of the layers the layout you want

>> No.55173996

I've got some sort of gunk in a few of my cherry mx blue switches in my cm storm quickfire rapid. I don't know how it happened, it's been in a carrying case just sitting around since I got my pok3r. Has anyone got experience with cleaning the inside of switches? Basically when it actuates it has a lot of resistance or sticks a bit on a few keys. It was probably spilled pop or something that I didn't notice before storing it.

It's looking like I'll have to desolder said switches so that I can get at all the sides to take the switch apart and clean it. I already trying wiping at the switch with a paper towel covered in isopropyl alcohol and then pressing the switches a lot, but I don't think it's getting in there. I've already got the case apart and I ordered a frosty flake since it was apart anyway.

Anyone got experience with switch cleaning?

>> No.55174004

fn-p on a pok3r is the printscreen key

somehow I doubt many people here are using windows..

>> No.55174019


>> No.55174025

>printscreen into paint
>current year

>> No.55174034


>> No.55174044
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HHKB Pro 2

>> No.55174245

How are you finding that CM Storm at the top left?

>> No.55174264
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Where does one find key caps with this shape, the shape being more rounded and more "old-fashioned".

>> No.55174291
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Model m master race

>> No.55174294

Considering getting Tai-Hao Sunset caps with no coating on them.
I'm sick of these shitty ABS caps with stickers on them

>> No.55174314



google dsa keycaps

>> No.55174331
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It's a quickfire TK.

It's quite meh in my opinion. The plastic case is flimsy and the metal plate is quite thin too, it has some flex if you put it on the stand-ups. And the bottom row is beyond retarded. I like the idea of the numpad/navigation keys block, but I think it would have made more sense to implement those via a momentary modifier rather than having to press num-lock every time you want to switch and then press it again to switch back.

Did I mention that the bottom row is retarded? It's really my main gripe with this thing, though I got it from a friend for 30 bucks, so I can't really complain. I don't really use it since it has browns, will probably replace them with gateron blacks and subject it to the same fate as the magicforce so I can make the layout a bit more sensible.

What you posted is the DSA profile. SA profile is what you'd be looking for if you want something more old fashioned.

>> No.55174336

>using OS X with no Command key

so brave

>> No.55174348
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>membrane master race

>> No.55174355

Swapped the ctrl key to cmd mate. Works perfectly

>> No.55174371

It's buckling spring on top of a membrane switch that does not make it a membrane keyboard it is most definitely mechanical.

>> No.55174405

>that does not make it a membrane keyboard
Anon, it uses a membrane to actuate the switch, it's no different from slider over rubber dome in that aspect

>> No.55174428


>inferior to capacitive boards
>master race

>> No.55174446

OK so? It still uses a spring which buckles and triggers the hammer. Far more advanced than a membrane.

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>> No.55174468

I own a model f 84 key at and a 107 key full metal case. I prefer the heavier feel of the model m. Explain to me exactly how it's superior to the m? The metallic pinging the springs make would drive anyone insane.

>> No.55174492

Nothing particularly wrong with that, I'm just pointing out that it's a membrane keyboard.

>Far more advanced than a membrane
It's still uses a fucking membrane to function.

>> No.55174498


capacitive sensing is more accurate, isn't limited to 2KRO, has more tactile feel, and larger carbon-infused flippers vs cheap shit plastic.

also no rivets, just straight metal. that's why Ms are 30 bucks.

>> No.55174506

Hey, I'm going to get an ANSI-board (I use ISO currently) and need some recommendations


>Location (continent at least)

>Preferred switch type
MX Clears


>Form factor

Preferably none

>Previous/current keyboards
CM QuickFire TK

Preferably a white keyboard aswell for that sweet milleniall/90s feel. Saw that there were white Filco TKLs but they seem to be discontinued. I'm also really a fan of detachable usb-cable like the ones on Pok3r kbs.

>> No.55174514

Except it isn't a membrane keyboard. That to me would imply it's a stem that pushes down on a dome until it actuates. Simply not true .

>> No.55174533

It pushes the contacts on two membrane sheets together. You have to bottom out in order to actuate it. It actually uses a membrane.

How is it not a membrane keyboard?

It doesn't use a collapsing rubber dome like most modern membrane keyboards, but it sure as hell is a membrane keyboard.

>> No.55174540


it implies that it's a stem that causes a spring to buckle until it actuates on a *membrane*

>> No.55174551

So you've had a problem with model m accuracy? Irrelevant statement. I don't play games so why would I need nkro. It doesn't have a more tactile feel, it's a much lighter feeling switch with pretty much the same level of tactility. Cheap plastic shit that has lasted over 20 years? Try harder.

>> No.55174567
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What are the Vortex KBS Poker 3 keyboards like? Is their case metal and are they worth the money?

>> No.55174579

It's a buckling spring keyboard. A membrane board is entirely different. I am not denying there's a rubber dome in it but that doesn't make it a rubber dome keyboard.

>> No.55174601

Yep that isn't a membrane switch it's a buckling spring switch.

>> No.55174607

>I am not denying there's a rubber dome
God gracious. Leave and don't come back until you know what you're saying.

It doesn't contain a rubber dome, it contains a membrane. It actuation works exactly the same like a modern day membrane keyboard.

>> No.55174621


nope, just smacking your bullshit "master race" statement down. a larger flipper made from different materials hitting a metal strike plate is most definitely more tactile. post a thread on GH or DT and try spouting that bs.

do you think people bolt mod Ms because they "lasted"? it's a cheap membrane held together by plastic rivets.

>> No.55174626

can you buy their metal case seperately?

>> No.55174632

I meant to say membrane but whatever. It also contains a buckling spring so it is not a membrane keyboard.

>> No.55174636


tope keke

>> No.55174653

A membrane keyboard is defined by that fact that it contains a membrane. It's a membrane keyboard anon. It's literally right in the name "membrane keyboard".

>> No.55174663

Except I own a bolt nodded M and an F and I can tell you the f isn't more tactile. If the model ms were so shit with plastic rivets they wouldn't have lasted as long as they have

>> No.55174667

I'm not sure, I was wondering if the actual keyboard is metal (its casing), I'm really hoping it's not plastic.

>> No.55174679

No anon it's a buckling spring keyboard which is also right in the name

>> No.55174681


>> No.55174688


they don't last, they come off and fall apart. that's why so many people bolt mod them.


the two aren't mutually exclusive. it's a membrane keyboard.

>> No.55174693

What is pic related? Just a custom WASD with LEDs?

>> No.55174702

And it uses a membrane in order to register keystrokes. Most rubber dome keyboards also use membranes, yet people refer to them as rubber dome or slider over rubber dome keyboards. Like the other anon said, those two things aren't mutually exclusive at all, just like not all rubber dome keyboards use a membrane.

>> No.55174705

They came off after what? 15 - 20 years. Perfectly acceptable

>> No.55174715

So do the keyboards have the same cases?

>> No.55174719

If you want something that lasts you'd be better off getting something else than that. Not that they'll fall apart or something, but they're spray painted, so the color will chip off quite easily. Look for something that's anodized if you want something more durable.

>> No.55174720

It's a buckling spring keyboard. That is what most refer to it as. Whether or not it has a membrane is irrelevant

>> No.55174736

>Whether or not it has a membrane is irrelevant
It literally wouldn't work without a membrane inside, so I'd consider that quite a relevant aspect of the keyboard.

>> No.55174740


not when superior models like model fs, hall effect and magnetic reed are completely intact


irrelevant to what? it has one and the inherent limitations, end of story, whining about it not mattering won't make the 2kro and plastic go away.

>> No.55174741

Got any recommendations? I just want a keyboard like that, which I don't have to mess about with. Y'know.

>> No.55174779


it's true, mine chipped in the front after a month :(

any suggestions on painting these, or would bare metal look awesome?

>> No.55174783

The switch itself is most important and the switch is buckling spring therefore it should be referred to as such

>> No.55174785

I've been looking into getting a 107 key. Can you post pictures of it?

>> No.55174797

not white

>> No.55174800

Model fs aren't superior. Not when they lack something as simple as a detachable cord.

>> No.55174828

mkg - autism central

>> No.55174847

Already explained not everyone needs nkro and the plastic has done perfectly fine for 20 years

>> No.55174864

I can when I get home

>> No.55174868

>I just want a keyboard like that, which I don't have to mess about with
I'd recommend getting a not that expensive keyboard and doing just that actually. Most keyboards come with not-that-amazing stock caps (even the pok3r ones are laser etched) or have some other issue.

Get a keyboard of your choice with whatever switches you like and find some nice dyesubbed or doubleshot keycaps. You can also get an aftermarket case if you like, but from what I've seen most keyboards have quite decent cases already, so that's hardly something to worry about.

I'd suggest getting a leopold (either M or C) or a higher-end Topre such as a realforce or a HHKB if you want something that will not require any modifications at all while still being about as durable as it gets.

I'm not questioning that anon. I never suggested that we change the names of them or anything, I just pointed out that they are membrane keyboards, that's all.

Beats me, I don't think it would look very good unless you get it sandblasted evenly (or try to sand it down yourself, dunno how well that'd work out).

Painting it probably shouldn't be a huge problem, though the paint would still be prone to chipping again.

>> No.55174897


who said anything about needs and doing fine? this is about what's superior, and it's not the model M.


so wait, a 6 hour boltmod job is "acceptable" but a 5 minute cable controller swap isn't? lmao i'm done.

i'll leave you to your buyers remorse.

>> No.55174929

The only issue I have with it is the lack of function keys. I think I could get by with the 84 and just Alt+F9 be F11 and Alt+F10 be F12.

But on the 107 key has the programmable keys all over the place so its hard to really assign it.

I actually really like the 84 key layout.

I would get the 122, but its a plastic frame. I really want a metal frame Model F.

>> No.55174932

Not wasd

>> No.55174959

Both the m and f have flaws but overall they beat anything else imo

>> No.55174961

Cool, because I don't want to replace cases or anything like that, I am willing to replace caps though. I was looking at the poker, but I heard that they don't have an anodised case. So, is there any keyboard in that price range with an anodised case?

>> No.55174972

A bolt mod job takes you 6 hours ? XD

>> No.55174983


I figured with how easy the paint came off, it wouldn't be hard to use some kind of liquid paint stripper to take care of it.

>> No.55174988

Go for the 84 key anon

>> No.55175010

I want something on form factor as pok3r or HKKB. But I would like to test it swith something cheaper than they, to confirm I would like it. Someone has suggestions?

Location Europe and bucket less than 100€. I will search black switches

>> No.55175018

>So, is there any keyboard in that price range with an anodised case?
Quite certainly not. Anodized cases are typically aftermarket or found on korean customs that cost 500 bucks or upwards.

True actually, I didn't think of that.

Give it a try, in the worst case you can always just repaint it.

Get it from amazon and return it within 14 days.

>> No.55175071

Okay then, so I'll just get the Poker

>> No.55175081

I like the layout just looking at it, but I'd have to relearn it and I already have enough problems when I switch keyboards.

Mostly the lack of dedicated arrow keys, the nonergonomic looking arrow layout, and the weird placement of the * key are what worry me.

Do those get in the way?

>> No.55175087

I'd honestly just recommend getting something with a plastic casing instead and some proper doubleshot keycaps. There's no real need for a metal casing on a keyboard and most plastic cases are quite solid already.

>> No.55175111

Got any recommendations? As far as plastic casing goes, I was thinking of a Filco Majestouch-2. Have any others?

>> No.55175134

the * and having the / key separated from the numpad.

I guess it just discourages the use of a numpad if anything.

>> No.55175145


there's always the magicforce, gets a metal top case and costs the same as all-plastic cases

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>looking for keyboard in classifieds as always


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Ducky or non-backlit cooler masters should serve you well. The latter are made by the same OEM that produces Filco.

>metal top case
That's kind of inherent to floating keycaps style keyboards. The metal top case doubles as the switch plate, not really different from plastic-case keyboards in that aspect.

Though I agree that it's quite a solid keyboard for the price.

>> No.55175183

A literal meme

>> No.55175190

I've only gone tenkeyless.

>> No.55175191

The layout of all fs are pretty shit but you just have to get used to it and force yourself to use only that keyboard for a while. I'd personally never use it as my main keyboard though. Love my industrial m too much

>> No.55175201


Looks like you're supposed to stick your head in there and roll your nose around on the keys

>> No.55175240

I like my M, but I have a friend who has a AT model F and the keys felt great and much better than my M when I tried it.

I didn't play with the layout too much.

>> No.55175246

They look pretty good. But what I was wanting to do was put some DSA type key caps on there to make it look cool, will this work with these keyboards or will it not look right?

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You can just use the numpad instead of arrow keys and pgup/down. It takes all of 10 seconds to rebind the ctrl/alt keys too, but I prefer the HHKB-esque layout.

Kishsaver is one of my favorite 60% style layouts too.

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It'd work perfectly fine. If you like the looks of it or not is up to you. There's plenty of pictures of magicforces or pok3rs with DSA keycaps on the internet, so forming an opinion on that shouldn't really be difficult.

>> No.55175323


DSA would look just fine on a Ducky or Magicforce. SA might be a little funky on the Magicforce, but not hideous or anything.

>> No.55175348

See, that looks really nice that does. I'd prefer a white casing and such but damn. I had a look at non-backlit Cooler Masters and they don't really look that good. And Magicforces seem a bit tacky, the only board that looks better is the Poker. However, I did see a review on it saying that there was rust and stuff on the board on arrival, and I don't want that... Choosing a keyboard is too complicated man... :/

Yea, also, about the Magicforce. Are they well built and such? For £30 they seem like a bargain. Also, I can't find them in brown switches. :/

>> No.55175354

Kishsaver is cool. But binding all the function keys to Ctrl seems annoying because you already have to ALT+Fn to change console.

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>Choosing a keyboard is too complicated man
Just get a whole bunch of them and you're set

Or you can always build your own. Prolly won't be that cheap, but hey, you can get exactly what you want.

>> No.55175370

>eliminate half the keys to save space
>waste that space on a giant empty border on all sides

For what purpose

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Yeah, I do think the AT and F122 are more practical for daily use. XT layout is just "wut"


It's still way smaller than any other IBM board, except the 4704 mega-numpads

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Vaporwave-grade AESTHETIC

>> No.55175410

That's quite a collection you have there. Also, gimme that one in the bin, kek. If I had more money I would be like you.

>> No.55175434

You can literally have it if you cover the shipping costs, I have no use for the switches, the PCB or the plate.

And if you were like me you'd have no money the latest by the middle of every month.

>> No.55175473

Best way to wash keycaps?
Mine have gotten pretty disgusting

>> No.55175486

Warm water and soap

>> No.55175490

Lmao, buying a keyboard for me is like a momentous occasion. Also, do you live in the UK?

>> No.55175501

The XT has the CTRL and caps lock in the right place, keeps the scroll lock and numlock segregated from the rest. I also really like the way the \ and / are positioned and the location of the Fn keys. It also seems very space efficient.

It just has some nagging things like the delete button being so far away, the aforementioned wonky numpad, and the lack of dedicated arrowkeys, and just how different it is.

I plan on getting it, modding it so '5' is a down arrow, binding ctrl+fn to F11 and F12, and seeing what else from there.

>> No.55175513

What's the big grey one? I'm definitely interested in that just judging by the looks.

Any pictures of the layout more clearly and just descriptions?

>> No.55175537


Not a bad idea, and it's still a fantastic quality board with no plastic rivets/flippers. Post pics if you do!

Just keep in mind it'll take a 40 dollar soarer's converter to work, and that could be spent towards an AT instead (works with a $5 blue cube adapter)

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Is it your first time getting a mech? About a year ago the thought of spending a mere 70 bucks on one seemed outlandish to me, about half a year later I spent 220 bucks on a keyboard with rubber domes as if it were the most obvious course of action to follow.

I live in Switzerland.

It belonged to an Olivetti L1, was attached to a terminal at a ticket vending office or something of the sort.

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It connects via a serial port, not really sure how you'd go about connecting that to a computer.

The key travel is short, linear and clicky (or rather a high ping type of sound), give a moment and I'll see if I can find any pictures of the keyswitch mechanism.

>> No.55175582


to be fair, olivetti rubber domes are just about as nice as topre. a lot more unique, too.

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Here we go.

It's not rubber domes, it's a piece of metal that connects two contacts on the PCB when pressed down.

The keycaps are doubleshot ABS, as you can see, some of them have yellowed, though you can fix that with hair brightener.

>> No.55175611

The AT definitely is much more immediate.

I just feel it might be a minor upgrade on technicalities over a Model M while sacrificing the standardized layout. If I'm going to go in where its gonna throw off my muscle memory I might as well get the "best" one.

>> No.55175752

Yea, it's my first mechanical keyboard :/

>> No.55175786

If that's a RS232 I could probably get it to work.

Not sure how quickly the RS232 <-> USB adapters poll however.

Not particularly interested though just in I though because I prefer longer key travel switches. Sorry. Its really cool though.

>> No.55175840

Also, what's your opinion on this? Are the components good? https://www.massdrop.com/buy/red-scarf-ii-ver-b-custom-mechanical-keyboard-kit?mode=guest_open

>> No.55175915


Oh that's an M20-style leaf spring. I only said it was because you mentioned "220 bucks on a keyboard with rubber domes". I guess you meant topre.

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I'm not a huge fan of the design, but it seems like quite an decent deal (assuming that there's no hiccups down the assdrop line). Would certainly tick all the boxes on what you're looking for and allow for a fair bit of customization in the future.
I think it's funny how they use that generic LED controller that comes with every set of RGB LEDs from china (I have two of those laying around right here). A more elegant or at least more interesting implementation of the lighting would have been nice in my opinion, but overall that thing looks quite good.

Get it if you like it, you won't really be coming across anything else of the sort anytime soon, unless you opt to build your own.

Oh don't worry, I wasn't expecting anyone to actually be interested in buying this. The keys don't feel very interesting, I just got it for free and opted to keep it for collections sake.

>> No.55176323

Hey guys, novice at mechanicals here. I have a question.

I bought the rosewill rgb80. Id like to get new keycaps for it but I was wondering do I have to get specific keycaps for it since its backlit? Or should any work for it?

Also the casing is rubberized. Would I be able to paint rubberized plastic or should I make my own housing?

>> No.55176375

WASD sells doubleshot backlight compatible keycaps, though technically any set of keycaps would work, you just won't have illuminated legends.

I don't know about rubberized plastic, but I'd imagine that it wouldn't play too well with paint, though that again would depend on the paint you use.

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Which keyboard and caps are these? A link for europoors would be nice.

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hey i sent you a tracking number

>> No.55177299


Pok3r with Miami keycaps


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>> No.55177665



>Preferred Switch Type
mx blues, or anything clicky for that matter


>Form Factor

if it only lights up the edges around the keyboard and not the keys themselves, yes.

>Previous/Current Keyboard
razer blackwidow before they introduced their proprietary switches. i had utter garbage taste in peripherals when i bought it.

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Yeah I saw that, looks like it'll be here tomorrow or the latest the day after.


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What be?

>> No.55178073
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How is the quality of WASD keycaps?

>> No.55178120

Wooden case from assdrop (datamancer iirc), a pcb from gonskeyboardsworks and keycaps from an old cherry board (either doubleshot or dyesubbed, I don't quite remember), either gateron browns or cherry browns.

Bad and not worth the money unless you want something extremely specific

>> No.55178189

>unless you want something extremely specific
Sadly that is my situation. My keyboard has a dumb layout and I hope they can sort something out for me.

>> No.55178367

Want to buy a new mechanical keyboard.
100 Euro
I'd like to get a small one. (not bigger then a tenkeyless)
I live in The Netherlands
Saw this one but i don't know if it's any good. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Ajazz-AK33-Blue-Black-Axis-Backlit-Mechanical-Colorful-Multifunction-Gaming-Keyboard-82-anti-ghosting-Keys-For/32648715816.html?spm=2114.13010108.99999999.7.qcYg9z Not buying it for the led's. I rather have no leds. (But it's cheap)

>> No.55179171

Very nice quality. Heavy, no flex. Comes at a price though.. Would rather a ABS over PBT plastic. ABS doesn't wear down as quick (it might be the other way round)

>> No.55179194

It's most certainly the other way around anon.

>> No.55179246

literally the opposite of everything you just said is true.

>> No.55179271

About this thing

Would you be willing to sell it (the whole thing), if so, for how much?

Also, what kind of switches does it have?

>> No.55179297
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it's pcb mounted blue switches

>> No.55179314

Thought you may be interested in getting rid of since you seem to have a distinct dislike of ISO (which I can very much agree with).

Guess my friend will have to look for some keycaps elsewhere.

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i bought a highscreen keyboard off of an austrian guy here.

i had to use the gon pcb because of the 7u spacebar, otherwise you need to make a plate for it.

>> No.55179384

That setup looks really fucking good, what is it?
Can I have a detailed list, please?

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Yeah, I told him to either get some vintage shit off ebay and to make-do with the bottom row, or to make-do with the limited selection that's available for ISO, but apparently none of that is good enough because hell if I know why.

>> No.55179433


kill yourself


don't kill yourself

>> No.55179441

Where could I get a Cherry MX mount, ABS, Doubleshot (my keyboard is backlit and I want it to shine trough), both ninja printed and printed on top, it's okay for the ninja to be painted on and not actually be doubleshot keycaps?

>> No.55179452

I mean PBT not ABS, or whatever it's fine with me either way

>> No.55179464

Don't be so edgy, boy.

>> No.55179481
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you're giving me mixed signals anon

>> No.55179494

this guy didn't get the memo about how it is no longer cool to say "kill yourself" because edgy teenagers started spamming "kys" everywhere

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I have this one, am i cool now?

>> No.55179502

Choose your path

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>> No.55179517

Quite a decent choice as a first.

I dunno, for one part I seek relief from this, but on the other hand it's too much fun.

>> No.55179559

This comment may also be interpeted as


good keyboards


ricer default shit

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I think I'm going blind.

In the past day or two I saw picrelated keyboard with rainbow-ish caps here, but I can't find it now.
Any help?

>> No.55179772

You mean the red-yellow gradient?

It's the tai hao sunset keycap set you're looking for.

>> No.55179773


yep, or your monitor's broken

>> No.55179798

Yeah, exactly that one.
I was just looking for the actual picture of that keyboard with those caps.

>> No.55179816

Huh. Your best guess it to either search the archive (shouldn't really be very difficult to find) or to wait for anon to show up and to post it again.

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Found it myself.
Damn comfy.

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