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where the fuck are the memes edition

>Buyer's template for the unenlightened:
Where to Buy:

You are new and want our advice? Use buyers template
>http://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG <- why the fuck is this linked twice in this general

Keyset wiki

>> No.57266470
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>still no realforce 105ub silent UK bong edition

just kill me senpai

>> No.57267891

>have regular hhkb
>thinking about buying a silenced one too


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sucks to be anything but ANSI


>> No.57268340

i know the feel, i just bought a regular one recently while i was in japan and now im considering buying the jp layout

>> No.57268430

Gonna regret.
You may as well stick with the thock. The Type S feels mushy and awful.

>> No.57268470


Don't do it. The HHKB dampening is a terrible implementation. You're better off modding yours with hypersphere dampeners.

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why would you go on the internet and just lie like that?

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>> No.57269158


Don't try to whitewash it. The stock silencing is awful. Dental banding is awful. Only HS modding comes close to acceptable and even then I'd prefer to keep it unsilenced. Realforce silencing is also ok but not appropriate for case mount.

>> No.57269186

Waiting for Topre Realforce RGB

>> No.57269243
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>wanting gaymen led shit

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>> No.57269537
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I need to find a beamspring

>> No.57269564
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60% keyboards work really well. Why don't we see any laptops with 60% keyboards?

The new Apple MacBook Pro missing the function keys made me realize this. If you could use the function keys with fn-# then it would at least be like a 60%, but I believe this isn't how it will work, although maybe you could do that with software.

It got me thinking that someone should kickstart a netbook with a 60% keyboard in it. Might as well make it a proper mechanical, too. Nice and thick, but very small and portable.

Stuff like pic related show people are often dissatisfied with laptop keyboards and use a mech with them anyway. That one laptop with the mechanical keyboard aimed at gaymers was kind of poorly done, though.

Thoughts? Just throwing out ideas here and thought I'd post in /mkg/ instead of making a new thread.

>> No.57269572

After a few weeks of active interest and months of curiosity I finally got to check out a couple mechanical keyboards at a computer store.

I think the MX Blues are the switch for me. It's between them and the Browns but the click just seems right to me.

There's a Rosewill keyboard with MX Blue switches on sale for $80 Canadian. I'm tempted to go for it, but even though I really liked the mechanical keyboards at the store I have a hard time wrapping my head around paying that much for a keyboard, even though I fucking HATE my current keyboard.

>> No.57269598

Please strongly consider going with greens over blues. My first board was blues and I suffered for two years knowing there was a better version of blues out there. Now I've retired my QuickFire Rapid w/ blues for a Pok3r with Greens and I'm in love with it.

>> No.57269800
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is there a way to have everything about an hhkb, but with different switches? is it feasible to try to put cherries or gaterons into it?
i really like the layout / design of the hhkb but i need to live that tactile blue life
pic not necessarily related, but i do like it

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Was about time someone made a proper thread

I wonder how that italian guy is doing

>> No.57269812


A keyboard with greens is too hard to find and out of budget.

>> No.57269828

Have you looked at Massdrop at all?

>> No.57269844

>mechanical keyboard
what are size constraints

>pic related is a high end hhkb competing with a laptop chiclet on a company computer

>> No.57269853
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Just build a keyboard with the same layout yourself. I think you can even get a DIY kit on aliexpress.

Though if you want that thocc that comes with the plastic mounting plate of the HHKB, you'll be disappointed. You're not getting that out of discrete switches.

>> No.57269855


I have no idea what that is.

>> No.57269859

I'm okay with paying for quality tools I use all the time. My keyboard is no different.

>> No.57269902


That's the thing. I spend the majority of my life at the keyboard. The majority of the day, every day. And aside from just regular shit and gayming I'm also a writer, so having a good tool has a lot of value. I don't write on paper with a 10 cent Bic ballpoint, why should I use the equivalent keyboard? It's just a mental hurdle spending money on something that has traditionally been very inexpensive.

>> No.57269935

I think im gonna have to sell my planck. Ortholinear is just too fucking hard to get used to.

>> No.57269950

I always find it funny when people gawk or make fun of me for spending so much on computer peripherals. When they themselves are willing to drop $100 or more dollars on a day at the hair salon or hundreds more on jewellery. Then again I do work with a bunch of vapid roasties.

>> No.57269969
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I thought it was crazy to spend seventy bucks on a keyboard when I got my first mech.

After using it for three minutes, I had no regrets about it.

Then all of this happened

>> No.57269975

that's nothing


>> No.57269977
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$1 to $160
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
Clear or Red
>Form factor
87 Key/10keyless/80%
Fucking please
>Previous/current keyboards
OG Razer Widow

Please, I just want something kind of quiet that feels good to press. I hear clears are pretty quiet, but I hear they aren't as satisfying to press as Blues. I also prefer to have the keys labeled on the sides rather than the tops because fingers and all.

Please help me.

>> No.57269992

Why are zealios so popular? Why don't people appreciate Clears?

>> No.57270006
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Yeah, I've seen that guy. Why you'd get that many boards with only two different types of switches, which are both quite similar already, is beyond me.

>> No.57270015


>> No.57270029

yea, collectors don't make any fucking sense to me

>> No.57270050
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You can't go wrong with buckling springs.

>> No.57270080

I get that part, I'll probably be getting an unicomp once I can justify it financially, but I don't see why you'd want to get that many buckling spring boards when there's other switches out there too.

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Well I've tried pretty much every Cherry switch except for the strange ones they use just for space bars e.g. tacile greys.

None of them compare to Buckling Springs, at least in my opinion. Alps blues are the only ones that come close.

>> No.57270625

nice, do you happen to have a link to the kit? that sounds like exactly what i'm looking for

>> No.57270789

I've got 8 space invader boards but that's only because it was a lot at an ewaste recycler

>> No.57270796

My first mechanical keyboard came today, it's not the most expensive keyboard and the switches are probably cheap crap but I'm liking it so far.

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>tfw too poor for sp and assdrop

>> No.57271064

kill yourself holy shit

>> No.57271281

Is there a backlit ISO TKL with Cherry MX clears/Gateron equivalents (purple?)? UK layout.

Also I don't see much mention of separate mechanical numpads, but again a backlit with clears to put on the left side would be appreciated.

Preferably both would match somewhat, at least in colour if not style.

>> No.57271299

I thought that was some new meme key layout for a moment, and was about to ask its purpose.

>> No.57271368
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almost there

>> No.57271403

thinking about getting "MasterKeys Pro L Mechanical Keyboard (cherry mx blues)". upgrading from a massdrop E-Element RGB Keyboard. thoughts?

>> No.57271813

You can get a new replica IBM 4704 with a layout nearly the same as the HHKB. Capacative buckling springs are the superior switch, anyways.

>> No.57272487

What is the most quiet mechanical keyboard you could make /mkg/?

I was thinking if you combined a CM NovaToch with these keycaps https://www.massdrop.com/buy/silica-gel-keycap-set

That would be a pretty good start, or better yet put Cherry MX sliders on a realforce silent 104u

How quiet can we go?

>> No.57272623

Matias quiet click


>> No.57272658

Honestly just Matias quiet clicks with foam damped case.

>> No.57272755

Where exactly can you go to buy key caps? Everything I've found has either been sold or are group buys. They don't have a regular storefront where you just purchase what you want?

>> No.57272770

sp are jewish scammers

>> No.57272853
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Are you looking for entire sets or just individual keys?
techkeys has some Esc keycaps.

If you want high quality full sets then pimpmykeyboard.com has some in stock like g20, some DSA like patriot, and DCS double shot.

There is also this:
Don't let the design of the site fool you its actually legitimate:

You can also find Chinese knock offs on aliexpress or ebay (pic related is one)

>> No.57272924

I have the blue IBM, do you know where I can buy a new SDL? I like that collection.

>> No.57272937

If you want dirt cheap pad printed keycaps then
has some. I wouldn't recommend them since they will wear off and shine, and are probably worse then the ones you already have on your keyboard.

>> No.57272965

If I get a Ducky one TKL, how difficult will it be to find good cherry PBT caps?

>> No.57273013

they come stock with ABS doubleshots which are already very good

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When you say cherry do you mean cherry profile (Pic related) or just keycaps that will fit on your cherry board. NPKC, Gateron and Vortex all have cherry profile PBT. There was just a drop on assdrop a couple days ago that had cherry profile PBT keycaps, but you can still buy them off aliexpress or ebay.
If you don't want cherry profile then SP has some sets at pimpmykeyboard.com
There are also group buys on geekhack and deskthority that have some nice designs that you can only get from there

>> No.57273095


>> No.57273101

i didn't know there were so many different shapes. are ducky keyboards only compatible with OEM?

>> No.57273153

I'm looking at getting my first mechanical keyboard and I can't decide between black and brown MX. I type pretty hard so I'm kinda leaning towards black but it feels like they might be a little heavy for extended wasd use. The browns feel like they'd be more comfortable for playing games, but I'm worried I'd bottom out like crazy while typing normally. It's also hard to tell on a switch tester.

>> No.57273168
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Ducky keyboards have OEM profile and are compatible with everything that has a cherry mount. Tai Hao is basically identical to OEM its just the top row is shorter. If you want a flat uniform look you could go for g20 (pic related) or DSA.
If you want something similar but has a shorter height then cherry profile or DCS is my suggestion. SA profile is taller and cylindrical so it might feel a bit different

>> No.57273209

Must rubberdome keyboards are tactile and have an actuation force of ~60g. Blacks also have an actuation force of 60g, browns are lighter at 50g. Blacks are one of the most popular mechanical switches even our cash registers have them so finding them for cheap shouldn't be an issue. The tactile bump on browns is pretty underwhelming compared to clears, but if you like linear switches but want a subtle bump then go for browns.

>> No.57273212

Thanks for the info anon, and that's a really nice board

>> No.57273266

if you want those keycaps then you can get them here:
The color is Grey GSF

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>on IMSTO 133 keys PBT White/Beige R4 group buy
>been 8 months
>still "producing"
>two or three copies of this GB have already been completed

I got scammed, didn't I?

I'd hit up one of those copies, but no one is doing the 133 key set, which I need for my Compact SQ.

>> No.57273329

send them an email asking what happened

>> No.57273379


I'll check these out. Thanks mates.

I was hoping to get entire sets

>> No.57273433


He doesn't respond.

The thread is a mess. He keeps saying its coming, but who knows.

I am already past paypal refund date.

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how do I make a 35% keyboard work with an ipad?

because reasons

>> No.57273644
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get a Bluetooth adapter

>> No.57273679


>kana keys
>missing half the alphabet


>> No.57273738

function layer mapping bro

>> No.57273791

Would it really work that easy? I have a jail broken iPad mini 2 and two previous mechanical projects under my belt. I can't find any postings anywhere about anyone doing this

>> No.57273810

Okay /mkg/ you have one shot to convince me that there is a keyboard that would be a significant upgrade to my current set up of a WASD 87-key with clears and an IMSTO thick dye-sub pbt key cap set.

Are buckling springs even worth considering for someone who prefers bump to click feedback?

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finally got my replacement spacebar, last one didn't fit the stablizers. comfy.

>> No.57273854

Any recommended wristpads for my full size ducky shine?

>> No.57273871


Would these keycaps fit on a Das4? Was thinking of getting the white ones

>> No.57273881
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I like buckling springs because they are the only mechanical switch where the tactile feedback and audible click happen at the exact moment of actuation. Since no other switch does this I still keep mine around. Honestly they aren't all that expensive Unicomp sells them with very very thick dye-sub PBT keycaps for only $84

>> No.57273906
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yes they would fit

>> No.57273922

Great, thank you

>> No.57273927

That's a shame, I originally wanted the IMSTO set because I like the thinner legends.

>> No.57273952

100 supermax
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
>Form factor
Doesn't matter
>Previous/current keyboards
A shitty dell keyboard

>> No.57273971


Apparently his mom passed away, then he moved somewhere without internet gor awhile.

His English isn't the greatest so it makes it hard to communicate with him too.

According to the thread he is actually processing refunds for some people now.

I think I will wait it out, it is only $75 which is pretty damn cheap. The others were closer to $100.

>> No.57274003

Green and 60% are pretty hard to come by. I think you should either increase your budget or look for a bigger keyboard.

>> No.57274016

Hopefully there's extras from people who dropped out so I can pick up a set.

>> No.57274166

Sorry I meant blue

>> No.57274213


I dunno, seems production isn't finished so he may just change order numbers.

>> No.57274237

that gives you more options. There are several in fact for 100 and under

>> No.57274335

Get a keycap puller or make my own?

>> No.57274363

just use paperclips


Most keyboards should come with one, but if you want something that looks sleek you could buy one for 5 bucks

>> No.57274373


>> No.57274395
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first result in google

>> No.57274585

Ducky One.

>> No.57274621

Hey guy with the Atreus how do you like it?

>> No.57274675

Cherry MX Browns or Clears?

>> No.57274714
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Did any of you fuckers buy that F2012 keyboard with the ISO enter key?

Does it work with standard ISO enter keys from the custom sets?

>> No.57274720
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clears have an extended tactile bump, though if you really want a nice tactile switch then go for matias

>> No.57274760

Thoughts on Gateron browns? How do they compare to Cherry browns?

>> No.57274781

pretty much the same, gaterons are the best clone switches imo

>> No.57274794

gateron switches are smother then cherry switches which is why some people prefer them. They also have better build quality, but their quality control isn't as good as cherry


>> No.57274805


But they're still basically reds with a grain of sand stuck in them, then? No improvement to the tactile feedback?

>> No.57274849


>> No.57275436


>paying more than 30 dollars for keycaps

>> No.57275502

It's the legends that make the keycaps.

>> No.57275517

>he can't touch type
>he doesn't use blanks

>> No.57275652

>can't appreciate good keycaps

>> No.57275692

>Thinking he get good keycaps cause he paid exaggerated prices for molded plastic

>> No.57275750

Well, you're not wrong, so you win.

>> No.57275859

How loud are Matias clicks? Ok for public use? I use my poker 3 with clears and no one has a problem if that helps.

>> No.57276518

Unicomp sell them

>> No.57276594

First and hopefully only mechanical (for a while yet) Leopold FC750R. Yay/nay?

>> No.57276630

I can only tolerate ISO nordic so its fucking impossible to find keycaps, so i have startes to just buy ISO blank

>> No.57276686

I want to build a metal plate, what metal should I use?
Aluminum? Steel? What grade and thickness?

>> No.57276937

Greens are the exact opposite.

Gateron Greens are soft trash.

Cherry greens are a nice solid click.

>> No.57277178


Gateron's tolerances are too loose for the two-part stems, making both of their clicky switches sub-par and inconsistent. They also don't bin off the assembly line very effectively, leading to larger inconsistencies within a single bag of switches.

Their browns and linears on the other hand aren't nearly as badly impacted by these things and the smoothness more than makes up for it.

>> No.57277185

>what metal should I use?


>> No.57277699

I want a cherry clears kb, preferably tkl, europe, caps don't matter as I plan on getting custom, max 200yros. Preferably ANSI programming layout, but I can work with anything (not a fan of < and > keys on ANSI, but hey)

Obviously if there are sellers that let me configure caps (that don't suck) at checkout, that'd be awsome. (eg. this site lets you color every single cap http://www.maxkeyboard.com/ansi-layout-custom-color-cherry-mx-keycap-set.html )


Should I wait for black friday, or the hope of sales is vain?

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just discovered this at work. feels like black switches. i could probably haggle with boss to
get it cheap.
should i?

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>> No.57277858

No mod key is a deal braker for me. I have an awesome Model M, but using i3wm is a pain without a mod key.

The best way is just pulling a keycap out and checking the swithces.

If it works and you like it, then why not.

>> No.57277873


Looks like it's from 1994 so maybe it has vintage blacks, I don't know what date qualifies that though. The keycaps look like they're in good condition. I would take the keyboard if I were you.

>> No.57277883

I managed to fuck up the cord on my custom gh60, so instead of fixing it, I'm just going to add a usb port and terminate the cable with a matching port. The question is, mini-usb or micro-usb?

>> No.57277933

>waited 2 years for YOTM ducky because zodiac
>super gaudy gamer keyboard
Fuck man, I was ready for a grown up keyboard.

>> No.57277991

thanks i will probably get key puller to work next week.
need to find out how to tell the difference between vintage and modern blacks, but jewgle will help.

>> No.57278170

pro tip ducky makes gamer trash keyboards, leds are for 12 year olds

>> No.57278178

name something better that isnt 300 dollars

>> No.57278225


>> No.57278503

Ok, so let's try once again.

200 yros
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
Cherry Clears or any type of tactile harder than blues (preferred non-clicky)
>Form factor
TLK preferred but not exclusive
Planning on putting custom caps, so would prefer to cut costs here
>Previous/current keyboards
Model M, shitty chineese MX Blue knockoffs.

>> No.57278511

Also, should I wait for Black Friday or some other similar event?

>> No.57278575


>> No.57278701

Looks kul, thanks.

Otherwise, what's the cheapest clear board, or maybe Matias?

>> No.57279117

Does an aluminum case improve the typing sound like the Pok3r compared to the Anne Pro with blue switches ?

>> No.57279192

Tfw I'll never find the limited year of the goat Ducky keyboard

>> No.57279813

It's a great board

>> No.57279830

>using wasd keycaps

>> No.57279951

Anyone know where I can get a decent set of cherry pla doubleshot backlit keycaps? Preferably darker colors.

Everywhere I look they are out of stock or white only.

>> No.57280070


Thoughts on these keycaps?

>> No.57280572

>get those new razer thin switches
>chiclet keycaps
>60% layout
What do you guys think?

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>> No.57280605

well shit ill get right on it when i get home

>> No.57280976

I think I'll use an NUC w/ an i7

>> No.57281118

120ct packs of Gateron switches on assdrop for $25. Y/N?

>> No.57281142

Have Gateron made a decently priced Cherry Clear alternative yet?

>> No.57281157


>> No.57281167

Not that I know of, but their browns are much more tactile than Cherry browns.

>> No.57281168

What's the deal with yellows and blacks, as far as I can tell they're both linear with 50g actuation so what's the difference?

>> No.57281183

winkeyless sells tactile clears yea

>> No.57281273

They've only got black, yellow, green and blue for sale from what I can see

>> No.57281281

if you need 125 and can wait a couple months to get them then yes

if you don't need that many and you want them sooner buy from another retailer.
http://1upkeyboards.com/index.php?cPath=40 (they seem to be out of stock)
http://www.mechsupply.co.uk/product/120-gateron-switches (uk; sold out)

>> No.57281321

What cherry or gateron switch type should I get with the new numpad I'm gonna order?

Would like something tactile, don't care about noise levels, and I usually type pretty hard on a numpad so stiff isn't bad.

>> No.57281343

Clears or greens, probably.

>> No.57281359

Not a huge fan of blacks myself, but Leopold boards are nice.

I've been using a tenkeyless Leopold with browns as my daily driver for years.

>> No.57281445

Cheaper on switchtop and you wilm get them faster

>> No.57281474

oh, well i guess they don't have them right now then. they definitely sell them on there sometimes though. they are just zealioos with a clear stem

>> No.57281518

Hmm, I'll have to look out for them. Cheaper Zealios sounds good to me

>> No.57281631

What springs should I put in my clears?

62g/65g/67g/72g/78g ??

>> No.57281657

These ones

>> No.57281673

Does anyone make a TKL buckling spring keyboard?

>> No.57281736

I think 65g would be good. I have 62g and it doesn't feel as snappy, I might just be used to the smoother bump on zealios though.

>> No.57281781

Why the fuck are so many websites optimized for LE AMERICAN LAYOUT?

>4chan uses / in urls
>on eu keyboard it's a combination of two keys
>on us keyboard it's just one key press

>> No.57281807

Anybody know how tough it would be to modify a Ducky One TKL RGB from mx browns to ergo clears?

Thinking de-solder the switches, get a set of clear switches, and swap the stems, then out the rgb now ergo clear stems back in the board. Worried that the dual pcb design with leds is going to cause issues though.

>> No.57281808

>Why the fuck are so many websites optimized for LE AMERICAN LAYOUT?
Because it's the one that's relevant.

>> No.57281819

The dual PCBs should come apart if you remove a little connector. One is used for the LEDs, the other for the switches.

>> No.57281822

Gee maybe it has something to do with the internet as we know it being largely invented in America, where people generally use American keyboards.

>> No.57281883

After that it would just be a standard de-solder, stem swap, re-solder correct?

My other issue is I can't find anywhere to buy clear stems, so I'm going to have to buy full switches it looks like.

>> No.57281930

I'd assume so. I've seen pictures of the plate in the RGB Ducky boards and apparently they're transparent acrylic instead of metal, so you might want to be careful with that.

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reform that coiled cable lad

>> No.57282010

That could pose some issues, but I'll have to examine the board a bit closer to see for sure.

It would likely be a pain in the ass, but a quality rgb backlit tenkeyless with ergo clears would be ideal for me.

>> No.57282021
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>"A double McSpanky with fries and a Flurp. That'll be $6.53. And $3.47 will be your change."
>"Dude, you're supposed to push the buttons with pictures of food on them."
>"Don't need to Skeet, I memorized the prices and did the tax and change in my head."

Skeet was right. Register entry is used both for inventory tracking as well as final tally for profits. Jimmy should have been either disciplined or fired.

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Already looking forward to all the terrible puns and jokes

>> No.57282092

Yes kinda if you want new modelfkeyboards sells some. You could also buy a IBM SSK on ebay

>> No.57282106

I found this, seems the Shine 5's plate isn't actually clear. I assume the One TKL is very similar internally.

It actually looks nicer to mod to me, since the LEDs are mounted on a separate PCB below the switches.

>> No.57282118

They don't ship until January and that's if you ordered early. SSK is the only option for now.

>> No.57282134

Awesome, thanks.

I'm pretty sure the shine 5 and one rgb are nearly identical internally as far as the pcb and mounting design, so that should be a big help.

>> No.57282194

One of them has an even force curve while the other is exponential (light to start, then stiff by bottom of travel). Can't remember which is which though.

>> No.57282221

Huh, interesting. Are there any other exponential/not actually linear switches like that around?

>> No.57282239

No prob.

I've been toying with some ideas for Shine 5-related projects myself for a while now, since my Shine 5 has a few dead LEDs but I prefer its case over the Shine 4 and 5 design.

>> No.57282246

Not if you're outside the US. Shipping kills the deal. Massdrop charges much less for S&H.

>> No.57282259

Yellows are the one that are even. Blacks have the force curve just like cherry blacks.

>> No.57282280

Where are you? For me, switchtop are charging $8.50 flat rate international shipping, while Massdrop are asking $10.25 for the gateron drop.

>> No.57282384

How long did it take for the LEDs to die?

My understanding is their implementation of them should result in much more reliable LEDs compared to other RBG shit like corsair.

>> No.57282437

...That was a typo, meant my Shine 3 has some dead LEDs. I don't have a Shine 5.

Anyway, I've had my Shine 3 for like 2.5 years now and I love how heavy and sturdy it feels, while still being very compact for a fullsize keyboard. Just too bad about the LEDs.

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>> No.57282502

i need this

>> No.57282512

Oh, alright.

Hopefully the new design changes to the shine 5 and similar boards turns out to be a lot better for long lasting LEDs.

I wanted a backlit board years ago when I got my current daily us Leopold, but only a couple companies made them, with reports of poor implementation, and they were really expensive. For better or worse, now that the gaming market has taken a liking to mechanicals there are a lot more companies doing it and it's nice to have options.

>> No.57282533

>Hopefully the new design changes to the shine 5 and similar boards turns out to be a lot better for long lasting LEDs.
Yeah, that's why I kinda want to try stuffing Shine 5 hardware into my Shine 3 case. RGB memes, longer LED life, and sleek Shine 3 looks.
From pics it seems the mounting holes line up, too.

>> No.57283391

94 / 28 is 99% not vintage.
I had my hands on a 20something once and it wasn't vintage either

>> No.57283506
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>tfw still no 88ub 55g silent topre realforce
>tfw it will never be made
>tfw burgers will laugh at me forever

>> No.57283608

why don't you just get some hypersphere rings and mod it

>> No.57283641

I don't think realforce make the 55g version in ISO.

>> No.57283668

Have you thought about getting an ISO novatouch?

>> No.57283693

I think the NovaTouch is also 45 grams.

I really prefer the slightly more solid feeling of 55g switches.

>> No.57283740

There's some knock off domes on ebay that are confirmed to fit in topre boards.



>> No.57283760

Interesting, thanks anon. I'll have a look into it.

>> No.57283785

>What is Filco

>> No.57283936
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$80 American Burgers


>Preferred switch type
Browns or blues, but I haven't had much experience.
I have tried Buckling Spring and love them, so a suggested keyboard with this key switch is preferred.

104/87 ANSI

>Form factor
100% - 80%
I would like a numpad for my GTA cheats and ease with typing numbers and doing calculations.

Don't care for

>Previous/current keyboards
Corsair K70 RGB Browns
Shitty rubber dome keyboards.

Help me get better tastes in keyboards, /mkg/.

I am looking at unicomp but unsure of what to get, but the cheapest are $96 because of shipping.

I also have no problem going the DIY route IF its cheap and well documented.

>> No.57284120

Is there some kind of alternative to the Matias Quiet Pro if I want a less loud mechanical keyboard but don't want to pay $140 plus tax, and don't like the Mini Quiet Pro's weird layout? The sound clips on their website tell me it makes as much noise as my current Microsoft Keyboard 600 (which is a dime-a-dozen membrane), but damn I don't want to spend like that. I would pick any keyboard normally, but I have a roommate and don't want to be a dick.

>Budget: $100 but would like to spend less
>Location: US
>Preferred switch type: something quiet
>Layout: no preference
>Form factor: 100% or 80%
>Backlight: would be nice but I don't care
>Previous/current keyboards: shitty membrane

>> No.57284136

Non-clicky switches and o-rings, also try not to bottom out all the time.

>> No.57284148

Do you have any recommendations for specific switches, or keyboards? Anything you've tried?

>> No.57284221

>switchtop: $33.60 for 120
>assdrop: $24.99 for 120

Are you trying to trick me again?

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>> No.57284346

Just avoid stuff like MX blues/greens and their clones, they're the typical "clicky" switches you instantly think about when you hear "mechanical keyboard".
Reds/blacks are linear and make no sound unless you bottom them out, for instance. Reds are very light, blacks are heavier.
Browns/clears have a bump midway down, just before they activate, but they don't make any additional sound unless you bottom them out either. Clears have a larger, more pronounced bump and require more force to activate.

And if you do find yourself bottoming out, add o-rings under the keycaps. These will prevent them from clattering (or at least somewhat reduce noise).
My Ducky Shine 3 with MX browns makes the same amount of noise as any generic membrane keyboard, it just sounds less cheap and plasticy.

Besides browns I've tried reds and Razer greens (MX blue clone), I feel like reds are a little bit too easy to bottom out.

As for possible keyboard recommendations, CM Storm Rapid-i seems to fit your criteria (80%, backlit, available in browns and reds, affordable) or maybe a Ducky One (available in 100% and 80% versions, a variety of outer case colors, backlight, and switch types, but some versions may be out of your budget)?

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>> No.57284385

Thank you very much. I can avoid bottoming out, especially if I focus on it at night, but I'd probably end up getting O-rings just in case.

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If you want buckling springs with USB then unicomp sells them for $84
If you want blues or browns then I suggest you go with a Rosewill RK9000. You can find them on amazon for 80 bucks

Now if you want something that is compact but still has a numpad then you could go for this 1800 inspired layout for 60 bucks
Personally I would go for an actual cherry g80-1800 but those aren't available in blues or browns here in the US for cheap

>> No.57284716

why are there no redscarf keyboards in these threads? is there anything wrong with them?

>> No.57284762

This general isn't as hardcore as you think.

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They aren't as great as I thought they'd be

>> No.57284804

so that's the reason then
nothing wrong with them? just hard to find and expensive?
an rs84 with vintage blacks is my dream keyboard

what were you expecting why didn't it meet your expectations?

>> No.57284818

its fucking gorgeous btw

>> No.57284880
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I used to think RGB lighting was the shit, but now I just turn it off. Honestly after getting a buckling spring keyboard I've pretty much settled down and I'm not interested in anything else at the moment. The tada 68 is a much better choice then the rs68. I was going to buy the RS model F for the layout, but for that price I might as well buy an original model F keyboard with much better build quality and better switches.

>> No.57285109


>> No.57285177

The red scarf 68 is up on originative.

>> No.57285279

yea i know but i have no interest in it, i only want a rs 84
thanks though

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whats wrong the the rs96?

>> No.57285419

Pity the Tada 68 is no longer available

Sometimes we gotta take what we can get

>> No.57285429

the layout

>> No.57285509

It's very likely there's going to be more produced.

>> No.57285570

don't worry there is going to be another run with aluminum cases

>> No.57285887
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finally got my din5->PS/2 adapter, this thing is beautiful. the button in the center of the arrow keys is programmed to space as default, does anyone know why this might be? this is a 1993 model. (not mechanical I know, still the most aesthetic keyboard on the planet)

>> No.57286024

I wish I could get an entire keyset of DSA's deep dish homing keys, they feel so good on my fingers.

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bumping this thread with some autism

>> No.57287138

Can someone suggest a good white / grey keycap set?

>> No.57287190

If you want nice then http://pimpmykeyboard.com has some that you can custom make like g20.

If you want something cheap then you can buy from the Chinese

>> No.57287342

going to a site named like this makes me feel dirty

thanks for the suggestions though :)

>> No.57287416

iktfb, dsa/sa homing keys are surprisingly cozy

but anyway, you can buy blank keys straight from them if you want

>> No.57288065

I want one of these so bad. Is it too late to sign up for the next run?

>> No.57288099

Has anyone tried the MOD switches for these? I'm looking for a stuffer switch than cherry blues, but I'm concerned about greens being too loud and I've never dealt with anything besides Cherry, Kailh, and Topre. I've heard clears are great and don't sound like gunshots with each keypress, but I'm also concerned about the Gateron version of clears. I've read they are linear(?).

>> No.57288301


Cherry clears are tactile but don't have a click mechanism, so they'll only clack when you bottom them out. Gateron are a different thing entirely, being super light linears (35g).

MOD switches are basically smoother clears.

The most tactile quiet switches are Matias ones, though.

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What stabilizers come on the KC21?

>> No.57289493


Costar stabs.

>> No.57289980
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>Preferred switch type
Closest to buckling springs (Clear and Blue w/ o-rings seem fine from what I've tested)
>Form factor
>Previous/current keyboards
Packard Bell fullsize, generic M$ rubberdome

I like the customization options on the WASD V2. Anything better for the price?

>> No.57290004

>Clear and Blue w/ o-rings

These are basically nothing like buckling springs.

>> No.57290069

That's what gets me. Greens felt too mushy at the bottom, so I dismissed them early. I haven't typed on buckling springs in a while, but I remember them feeling nice. Now I'm used to my generic $8 keyboard, so I suppose I gravitate to switches that feel like it.

Overall I was pretty underwhelmed by cherry switches. Should I just get a Unicomp and go beige, pick up a custom board with cherry switches, or just stick with what I've got and give up hope?

>> No.57290070

So I just discovered that the IBM Model F 83-key has pretty much the exact layout I want (i.e. Similar width to TKL) and is supposedly better than the Model M.

What's the best way to get ahold of one of these things? Ebay?

>> No.57290093

How does a mechanical keyboard compare to the Thinkpad classic keyboard?

>> No.57290125

Even custom MX switches are going to disappoint compared to buckling springs in terms of key feel. Get actual buckling springs or some Matias switches.

>> No.57290147

I never see guides with those switches on them. Ima check it out.

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less than $200
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
Blues maybe browns
>Form factor
Yes, but no gamer garbage
>Previous/current keyboards
Ducky mini, pic related

Im starting a new job next week where i will be doing a lot of typing. I really enjoy my ducky mini, but i'd like to get something with a numpad. I like the premium look and feel as well with the aluminum housing. I also like the looks of some other keyboards ive seen that have that bezel-less look. Just wanted to see if there were any other nice/professional looking keyboards you guys could recommend.

>> No.57291317

are all unicomp model m's buckling spring?

>> No.57291503

you should change the red green and blue keys back

>> No.57291539

How do chink mk hold up to more expensive alternatives?
My usual pattern when trying something new is to buy the best bang for buck and go from there. If it's a meme, less money lost, if it isn't - I get something to use while I research how to fall for the meme supper hard and there is no rush.
What mk fit's this description?

>> No.57291558

I got a used Filco TKL Majestouch 2 for $75. Is this a steal or mkb prices have dropped that low?

>> No.57291664

Hey you guys with RGB LED backlighting

Got a favorite color pattern or configuration you use? Anything game-specific, or clever uses for backlighting being used to indicate things?

>> No.57293855

Just get extra a:s and o:s and paint dots over them.

>> No.57293908

How does the Kailh browns compare to Razer's oranges(also Kailh?)
I'm planing to buy a Lolita Spyder that are available in blues, blacks, and browns. I liked the oranges when I tried out some keyboards at a tech store, but they didn't have browns, so do they feel the similar?

>> No.57295002

/mkg/, i need some help.

Was planning to buy a red scarf 68, never bought an high end keyboard.
What do you think about it?

>> No.57296106

if you read through the thread you will see that people think the tada 68 is better

>> No.57296472

If you want real buckling springs Unicomp sells then new with some custamization options. Id get the utraclassic.

>> No.57296546

It looks pretty, but Id get the tada 68

>> No.57297723

Potentially stupid question:

Can o rings be added to any switch type, or just cherry?

Tempted by a non-cherry keyboard, but I wouldn't want to not be able to sound dampen it as much as I can

>> No.57297745

All cherry clones can use O-rings. Topre and similar have different methods for sound dampening (I believe something like foam padding). Matias switches don't need sound dampening if you get quiet click ones.

>> No.57297766

Thank you very much for the information.

>> No.57298342

Ducky Legend has the same metal top plate and is a fullsize board.

>> No.57298477

Are there any keycap maker out there that provide keycaps with Scandinavian keys? I'd love to buy Miami keys but it seems the 104 key version is in a permanent sold out state.

>> No.57298786

check ukkeycaps

>> No.57298910


>> No.57299095


>> No.57299102
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All I really want is to get Granite in Cherry profile.

>> No.57299152

I like the color of blue on those keycaps

>> No.57299226

GMK 9009 maybe

>> No.57299262
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>not the right colors
>no Mono Legend kit
>no Icon kit
Nah, I'll just stick with muh Granite DSA

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Ducky Nordic sells some.

>> No.57299437

>Full perfered, TKL is OK
>Prefered no backlight
>Logitech 201 Rubber Dome

Think of buying the Ducky One

Any other suggestions?

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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


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

>> No.57299540

>pls respond
Isn't the thread unusually slow btw?

>> No.57299544

meant to say orange legends don't know what happened there

>> No.57299613

Thanks, anon. I'll probably order this one then.

>> No.57299627

they have a slightly higher actuation point, but it doesn't matter since you'd be bottoming out the switches anyway. They feel pretty much the same.

>> No.57299654

Ok, thanks.

>> No.57299759

Is that just a HHKB with Novatouch sliders or some cherry version?

>> No.57299786

I'm 100% certain that its actually a Ducky Viper

>> No.57299796
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It's a Korean custom called the Duck Viper.

Fully programmable with Cherry switches.

>> No.57299936
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Look what a guy at a computer shop gave me fo' free a few days ago.

It's a Belkin Ergonomic keyboard. It's a lot like the Microsoft ergonomic keyboard but it's black and it says Belkin on it. And it has some "smart" functions that I will never ever use.

Typing on it now. Feels pretty good for being a rubber dome.

>> No.57299984

Do I bute the bullet and get an ErgoDox, get a Pok3r for $139, or the Tada68?

>> No.57300027

Ergodox if you're willing to bite the bullet and pay out the ass for speciality keycaps, Tada68 otherwise.

>> No.57300194

Tada68 no questions

>> No.57300729

Well lads I tried a lot of different keyboards this week but I like my Dell AT101W the best. I'm just too used to it. The left CTRL key is going out after many thousands of copy/paste and screen lock cycles. So I guess I may have to take it apart and see about replacing the switch.

>> No.57301134

If I want custom keycaps, though, won't it be a bitch because of the bottom row/right side in general?

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It certainly would be.

But why would you want custom keycaps? It already comes with dye-subbed PBT in cherry profile, not much to improve on there.

>> No.57301221

Not really. The only non-standard keys it has are three 1u keys in between the arrow cluster and spacebar and the 1.75u right shift. If you want to use a uniform profile that isn't an issue at all, you can just use a spare caps lock cap and any three random 1u caps for those. If you want a sculptured profile, well, most group buys will have an option to cover it that shouldn't set you back too much or leave you with a heap of excess caps.

Also, if you buy from PMK, you can add any specific caps you want onto an order for $5 each, when I bought my DSA set for an RS68 from them I just ordered 60% alphas, TKL mods and an extra 1.75u cap marked "Shift" and that covers everything.

>> No.57301324

Can i take the razer green switches on a plate monted 3 pin board?

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>> No.57301504

Those orange keys are awful

>> No.57301519

wut r u casul

>> No.57301543

Thinking about bying a cheap TKL mech keyboard. What does /g/ think of the ajazz AK33 and the team wolf zhuque? Team wolf is a bit more gaymen shit but you can always turn the lights off.

Any other suggestions in max 80e price range?

>> No.57301553

If a great starting board

>> No.57301567

assuming it's bait but it looks fucking awful

>> No.57301600

What's the phone holder in this pic and where do I get one

>> No.57301627

I just got them in. The novelties are OK, but the white and black is pretty sexy. Orange looms great though, you're a faggot

>> No.57301780
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It's a mitu phone stand, you can get them on GearBest

>> No.57301787

I think it looks ugly, besides Carbon looks better

>> No.57301801

Why don't you stain that keyboard?

>> No.57301876

Does anyone here have experience with the KBparadise V60 with Matias quiet click?

>> No.57301882
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>be software engineer and sysadmin
>already have a Noppoo tenkeyless
>mfw kinda want to get myself an ErgoDox now
The programmatic bindings are eyeing me up.

>> No.57302039

Hopefully this post is helpful

>> No.57302658
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good night /mkg/

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good night nerd

>> No.57303097

plus if you're like me and use a meme layout like dvorak, they will make you one for an extra ten bucks that will be set to your chosen layout on the membrane, so any PC will automatically use it that way with no need to change the layout.

>> No.57303111

Mini. MicroUSB if you want it to wear out in two months.

>> No.57303121

>tfw Unicomp still hasn't finished their 70% yet

>> No.57303359
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Anyone know about Keyboard in this video?

>> No.57303451

Does she eventually repair cable?

>> No.57303520

Thanks, that makes sense. I'll probably go mini then since I have both ports.

>> No.57303600


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Thx Bro.

You're the Professional!

>> No.57303649


Yeah its worth like $30-50 stateside. It probably is vintage blacks I have a few of em.

>> No.57303694
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no prob

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One more post until we hit the bump limit!

>> No.57304079

oops i did it again

>> No.57304375

So, does the HHKB draw power from the phone, or do you have a battery pack installed in it?

>> No.57304384

I would just want a different color scheme other than the one they have. I like the stock, but if I ever get bored of it, I just want to not have to jump through hoops and spend exorbitant amounts of cash on a set.

>> No.57305127
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it will draw from the phone
works perfectly fine
any USB keyboard should work fine except maybe the retarded gaymen shit with LCD screens built in

>> No.57305432

I bought a razer

>> No.57305663


>> No.57305685

anyone have an opinion on matias clicks?

>> No.57305865

no one really uses them but assume they are better for tactility than cherry mx.

>> No.57305881


They're pretty nice. They're clones of simplified white ALPS so they're super tactile and clicky.

And not irritating high pitched clicky like MX clicks. They're deep and metallic.

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