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>Buyer's template:
>Where to Buy:
>Use the buyer's template
>Keyset wiki

previous thread >>57413129

>> No.57440716

first for best girl asuka

>> No.57440865
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this plank will hopefully soon my my planck

>> No.57441076

Any good wireless keyboards out there with minimal input lag? I'm going to be PC game on my couch and dont want to deal with all the wires.

>> No.57441108
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For the anon looking at the KBP V80 in the last thread, they showed up on Massdrop just this morning so if your shipping costs are low enough this could be a nice deal.

I know people were giving you shit about the ABS keycaps but you can just replace them later if you decide you don't like them.

>> No.57441145

Poorfag here, i'm split between these two keyboards, any advice in which is better?



>> No.57441153
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Is the Ducky One a solid choice for a first mechanical keyboard?

>> No.57441287
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I got this Rosewill keyboard last week for 20 bucks new. It's fantastic. Has red keys.

>> No.57441293
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Bought the motospeed ck104, so far so good, it's my first try too and I'm happy with it. Planning to get the ducky shine 5 next time

>> No.57441678
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did i do the right thing @[email protected]

>> No.57441744
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>anything with mx browns
>ducky flipper

>> No.57441750

after using blues for over 4 years im pretty much done with it; brown has a very slight tactile feel and is quieter . it was either browns or clears; i chose brown because i tried them before

>> No.57441796
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Cherry mx blue with 0-rings

>> No.57441860

you made the wrong choice for sure

>> No.57441921

I know a few people here have bought the Tomoko but I don't recall them saying anything about it. Build quality is probably about the same.

>> No.57441945

Very solid. You can get them with stock PBT caps and a bunch of different switches, and the prices are hard to beat.

>> No.57441987

I've used a Razer BlackWidow for 8 years, but I don't like it much for writing. It's fine for games and coding, but not very fluid for writing longer things like stories. Are there any switches you guys think are better for writing?

>> No.57442060

Please help.

>> No.57442089

pen and paper

>> No.57442138

It's a bitch to get that scanned to a computer, though.

>> No.57442169

Im going to a recycling center to hunt for old electronics.

Is there anything I can say or ask for to better my chances of picking up a good board?

>> No.57442204

Bucklan sporngs

>> No.57442423

Considering V80 on MD.


>> No.57442482

Fucking do it

>> No.57442545
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Done. So I can say goodbye to getting aftermarket keycaps now, yeah?

>> No.57442642

For Matias switches? Maybe. You actually do have a few options but they're way, way harder to find. The good news is, Alps-style switches are getting somewhat more popular, so there's increased demand for designers to make compatible caps. Keep an eye on the group buy scene.

>> No.57442656


>> No.57442667
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Nope. You can still get some after market keycaps.
Pic related is dropping soon for a second time over at geekhack. There have also been other sets as well.
Alps are not as common as cherry mounts, but you aren't completely out of luck

>> No.57442703

>Any good wireless keyboards out there with minimal input lag?
No such thing. Varmilo makes some wireless mechs but you're not gonna be using them to play competitive CounterStrike. You're asking for a unicorn, anon.

>> No.57442720

Input lag depends on many factors, not just the keyboard. Now there are a few options like the Filco Manila Air and the Filco Convertible. There is also the Anne pro with RGB lighting. If you want you can also buy a traditional keyboard then get a Bluetooth converter (if you do choose to go that rout be careful as some converters don't support full size keyboards)

>> No.57442992

I'm at the same point. Ordered some of the Gateron Browns off a recent Massdrop. Should arrive middle of December. Christmas comes Early!

>> No.57443056

Is there any keyboards without arrow keys, home, end, but still with Numpad?

>> No.57443169

Cooler Master makes such a thing, but I forget the name.

>> No.57443272
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you mean like this?

>> No.57443318


>> No.57443402

that specific keyboard is the Lightsaver V1. There is also a V2 that has more options

>> No.57443430

i use poker 3 with browns, if you find it comfortable then don't listen to the tro/g/lodytes telling you otherwise

>> No.57443541

>for writing
This is why Topre makes keyboards

>> No.57443579

Are there any lighter switches than the 35g gateron clears?

>> No.57443638

No, why on earth would anyone want switches that are light enough to be actuated by just resting your fingers on them?

>> No.57443701

I don't rest my fingers on the keys and have weak fingers so 35g feels heavy. Is there any way to make it feel lighter by using lube or something?

>> No.57443709
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>Used to have a Logitech G30 (v1 then v2)
>Buy shitty G.Skill mechanical 'gaymer' keyboard (browns) when it first came out a few months back.
>Still keep hitting capslock key.
mfw I fell for the mechanical keyboard meme.

>> No.57443742

how do you even function in society if 35g feels heavy? like can you even lift a carton of milk?
lube would help yes, but not so much because gaterons are already lubed a little

>> No.57443752
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>by just resting your fingers on them?
how fat are you anon?

>> No.57443762

that's a first, most rubber domes are around 80g of force, heck apple keyboards have around 65g and are one of the lighter membranes out there. If you really want you can buy custom springs that require less then 35g and swap them out, problem is I don't know anyone who mass produces springs that light.

>> No.57443790

How weak are you that 35grams of force is too heavy to actuate the switches?

>> No.57443824

I was originally going to buy the v60 cause I thought it looked so nice + the stock case gave it a nice square look, but I heard some bad things about it so I went with the pok3r; can't beat reliability

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>that 35grams of force is too heavy to actuate the switches?
I dunno where you're getting that from, I use my Shine 4 with mx clears at work.

I'm just wondering how heavy your fingers are if resting your fingers on 35g switches is a problem for you.

>> No.57443865

>not using 150g springs

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threadly reminder that the best keyboard in the world uses rubber dome.

>> No.57443897
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The statement is correct, but you posted the wrong keyboard.

Here, let me help you with that.

>> No.57443903

>best keyboard
>Bigass enter
pick one

>> No.57443905

I thought you were >>57443701
I have no issues with actuating the switches by resting my fingers on them

you know there is a mechanical version of that same exact layout

>> No.57443936

you should feel up one of these big ass enter-keys with your pinky sometime before passing judgement.

>you know there is a mechanical version of that same exact layout
no, there isn't.

>> No.57443970
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How's it different from the ANSI enter key?

Sure, you're wasting some space where \ could be, but unless you hate yourself, you're going to be hitting it on the home row, where it's the closest to your pinky.

The bigass enter is like the retarded brother of ISO enter (which has terminal cancer).

>> No.57443977

>no, there isn't.
yeah there is, you have two as a matter of fact:
Northgate Omnikey and Focus Programmable Keyboard. Both of them use alps switches

>> No.57443986

>The bigass enter is like the retarded brother of ISO enter (which has terminal cancer).

>> No.57444029
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no seriously, who thought it'd be a good idea to make you move your pinky as far from the home-row as possible.

They should've just removed it altogether in favor of some special snowflake character that ceased to be in use multiple centuries ago and have people use the enter key on the numpad instead.

>> No.57444081

yea i agree dude i fucking constantly missclick that shit when im on my school laptop.

>> No.57444083

I like big enter keys because it reminds me of my childhood.

Omnikey only has 4-way arrow keys. Focus doesn't have macro support, as well as some other differences. most models have 4-way arrow keys. FK-5001is a cool model though, I chose this one over it because of macro support.

>> No.57444120

another difference I should ass is the remapping ability of the gateway anykey gives you access to the entire keyboard other than the four program-related keys.

>> No.57444148
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I usually just switch the keyboard layout to US-ANSI if I have to use an ISO keyboard for a longer period of time.

Thank goodness Thinkpad keyboards are easily replaced.

>> No.57444202

yea i would do the same if i wasn't swedish and actually have to type in that shit language a lot when im at school :/

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spotted worst plugsuit in the corner of your image. no wonder you hate big enter keys, it's a matter of taste impairment.

>> No.57444304
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I dunno about Swedish, but I just do Umlaute with " + a/u/o. Though it's probable that the meme letters of my local language don't get used half as often as your meme letters.

Eh, I'm not a fan of hers either, but I'm not going to turn down a second hand figurine for less than 1K yen.

>> No.57444464
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I can't blame you for that, though I actually think I wouldn't accept a mari figure for free, I kind of hate her and 2.0 in general it'd just be clutter.

these were <2k yen brand new in some kind of two pack, friend picked them up for me on a trip. prices like that made me wish I had them pick up some more stuff for me while they were over there.

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Yeah, I didn't really get the point of Marii in there, she felt like a character that just got slapped in for no particular reason.

Second hand (second hand meaning that they're in absolutely mint condition) manga are cheap as shit too. Just make sure to not waste as much money as I did on those crane games if you ever get the pleasure to go.

>> No.57444613

I heard second hand in general is dirt over there, cultural norm that used stuff is garbage or something. I wonder what kind of tech is sitting around hobbyist shops in the outskirts.

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>> No.57444749

>I heard second hand in general is dirt over there
Dirt cheap maybe. All the second-hand stuff I've picked up has been in perfect condition.

>> No.57444790

my sides.

>> No.57444817
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>> No.57444830

I bought the CM Storm Quickfire Rapid-i a couple of years ago, now the LEDs are starting to die.

>> No.57444949
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Why you guys are so obsessed with this mechanical shit when scissor-switch keyboards (laptops/apple style) are much better and faster to type on?

>> No.57445227

Filco minila or convertible2.

>> No.57445278
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That's some weak bait right there.

>> No.57445350

Great brand! my first as well (browns)

>> No.57445461

Is it really any better? I mean look at those giant keys, man.. it probably takes ages to move your fingers around.

>> No.57445716

Pretty sure the keys are of equal size.
They are comfier but I would buy a chiclet keyboard if I wanted one for gaming only.

>> No.57445789
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Ok, lads, this is the only mechanical keyboard I can afford ($25 on sale). Is it any good or should I buy good normal keyboard instead?


>> No.57445878

expensive as fuck :/

>> No.57445984

That's a nice layout.
anon's a big guy
Is that a matt3o spacebar? How is it?

>> No.57446018

Are Gat Blacks a good first linear switch? I've only used MX Browns, Blues and Clears and I'm leaning towards clears being my favorite but I want to try linears that aren't too heavy like MX blacks.

>> No.57446108

Why not get a cheap POS keyboard with cherry blacks for 5 bucks. Chances are that if its old enough you would get it with vintage blacks which are slightly smoother then modern cherry

>> No.57446240

What are some options for good PBT keys that aren't super thin like the ones on massdrop and from Ducky?
Any Christmas themed keys?

>> No.57446431

Is my keyboard too far back?

>> No.57446545

IMSTO makes thick PBT sets.

>> No.57446638

Ducky and NPKC make thick PBT at 1.5mm

>> No.57446644

Eh, if you can't get clears, go for it

>> No.57446791

Which switches should I get to increase the perceived size of my penis by as much as possible?

>> No.57446800


>> No.57446801

IBM beam spring. Good luck finding one.

>> No.57446805
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This one:

Nothing beats overpriced rubber domes (pic related)

>> No.57446939

That thing is so ugly but I'd love a HHKB or Realforce with MX stems so I could put thicc blanks on it. I also hate the mismatched legends on my HHKB JP.

>> No.57446971

why not go for topre clones? You can get some TKL ones for under 100 bucks

>> No.57446999

non contact switch =/= rubber dome

>> No.57447002

>Nothing beats overpriced rubber domes

Except for complicated Alps SKCM.
Or Gat clears
Or Mod switches
Or basically any buckling spring.

>> No.57447019


They are very much rubber domes. What they are not is over contact membrane.

>> No.57447058
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Its a rubber dome buddy and nothing you say will change that. The actuation mechanism are different, but in topre the rubber dome is there to provide the support, weight and tactile feedback of the switch. Rubber domes are an integral part of the mechanism and just because they aren't partially responsible for the actuation that doesn't automatically mean they don't exist.

There is nothing wrong with this and this implementation is much more durable then standard membranes, not to mention they don't have a mushy feeling, but don't say they aren't rubber domes because they are.

>> No.57447066

bump for madvillainy.

Also what board is that?

>> No.57447078

Rubber domes are contact switches/ Meaning they make an electrical contact.
Topre do not.

>> No.57447083
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I recognize that space bar. That is the noppop choc mini

>> No.57447089
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No rubberdomes refer to the domes that are made of rubber.

Use google or read the wiki page:

>> No.57447099


Rubber domes are a key return mechanism.

Whether or not they have a graphite contact affixed has no bearing on whether or not they are rubber domes.

Some cheap non-Topre rubberdome boards do not even have a contact on the dome itself, and instead press two separated portions of a membrane sheet together. In this case the contact is the upper sheet, not the dome.

Topres are rubber domes with an electrostatic capacitance sensing mechanism.

>> No.57447109

Has the spacebar been cut? or is that hair im seeing

>> No.57447139

No it was heat shrunk

>> No.57447140

>Rubber dome is a type of keyboard switching technology
This is not what Topre uses. Not even remotely close.

>> No.57447142

Looks cut to me.

>> No.57447152
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Did you read the wiki it even says it right there that topres are capacitive rubber domes and it explains how the rubber dome aids in the actuation mechanism

>> No.57447168

>topres are capacitive rubber domes and it explains how the rubber dome aids in the actuation mechanism
That is incorrect. It even states in your wiki that the rubber is there solely as a spring. The actuation of the switch is non contact.

>> No.57447178


I can understand the fear of buyer's remorse and having your expensive fashion accessory being associated with cheap rubber dome over membrane boards, but this is just getting silly.

>> No.57447183
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Its still aids it though and is an integral part. I've said that multiple times yet for some reason you don't seem to understand

>> No.57447184


Sandwiched membrane boards only have the domes there to act as springs there too, but they're still rubberdome boards.

>> No.57447187
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Mitsumi hybrid switches are still considered rubber domes though so that argument is invalid

>> No.57447216

Which ones? Isn't there just the RC930? You can't really go out and order that whenever...

>> No.57447221

Unlike rubber dome the Topre switches can have their actuation point and travel adjusted.

Again you're calling a non contact switch a contact switch. Pretty silly.

>> No.57447229


Incorporating a rubber dome doesn't imply anything about the contact mechanism.

>> No.57447232


>> No.57447237

>Rubber dome is a type of keyboard switching technology
From the wiki.

>> No.57447241

Noppoo also has theirs which some are in stock:


>> No.57447249


Capacitive sensing to trigger a keystroke is a form of switching, poor lost anon. It doesn't have to involve an immediate electrical contact.

>> No.57447255

I'm just saying what the wiki says. Not my fault your argument fall apart.

>> No.57447256

By that logic a BMW i3 is an electric car

>> No.57447261


Wiki also says Topres are rubber domes.


>> No.57447264

How dumb are you without the rubber dome the switch wont work, that is why they are classified as a rubber dome.
Also why would topre be under rubber domes in the wiki if they aren't?

>> No.57447266

Please quote where.

>> No.57447268
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>tfw I already miss my chiclet keyboard for gaming

Still, you can't beat aesthetic. Also, why the fuck does Clover do this to my pics?

>> No.57447275


Bottom of the page, also visible via screenshot here: >>57447089

I expect a full apology in writing before end of day.

>> No.57447276

>but certain rubber dome switches, such as Topre switches, use capacitive springs, and a small number of boards used a PCB.
>but certain rubber dome switches, such as Topre switches
>rubber dome switches, such as Topre switches
>rubber dome

>> No.57447293

And thanks for proving my point that the wiki contradicts itself.

>> No.57447305
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you seem to think that rubber domes refers to the carbon pad at the top, but it doesn't. Rubber domes are a physical sheet of rubber that is shaped like a dome. What is so hard to understand. Look at this picture of naked topres and tell me what you see, because what I see is rubber domes.

>> No.57447307

What keycaps?

>> No.57447308

Really they're more like flat-top cones.

>> No.57447312
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those look like knock of Miamis

>> No.57447314

A rubber dome is a contact switch.

>> No.57447318

You keep repeating this, it won't make it any more true.

>> No.57447320
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you guys are trolling right?

>> No.57447324

I bought one in 2011 with blues, still using it.

It was my first mech. I've replaced the keycaps with some cheapo pbt set from banggood though

>> No.57447335

Really? They look more like your moms nipples
>flat and pearky but when you touch them its all mushy shit

>> No.57447337

Good analogy, my mum's nipples are pretty shit like that.

>> No.57447341

That must also explain why you're retarded anon.
Looks like someone wasn't fed well as a baby

>> No.57447539

>two conductive surfaces meeting/breaking isn't a form of a switch

>> No.57447552

it's all semantics, anon. what you should be arguing is the fact that there isn't actually anything wrong with rubber dome keyboards.

>> No.57447567

Rubber dome keyboards are trash. Topre isn't one and my preferred keyobards are the Realforce ones. I have left cherry switches.

>> No.57447575

rubber dome keyboards werk just like any other kind of keyboard.

>> No.57447579

No wonder you seem so agitated. Its okay I like topre's too since they are rubberdomes done right, but let me guess you'll start shitting on me because
i have a Type Heaven.

>> No.57447580

Rubber domes work like most keyboards in that the majority of keyboards use contact switches.

>> No.57447581
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good night /mkg/

>> No.57447601

Your preferred keyboard is yours. It's subjective to a point. I still think cherry switches are great as long as they don't have costa stabilizers.

I don't get how Topre switches feel like rubber domes. Maybe people are using the cheaper ones? I haven't tried them so I don't know. I type differently compared to when I'm using a rubber dome keyboard.

>> No.57447611

they don't feel like rubber domes since they aren't mushy and disgusting, but they still have a rubber sheet in them

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heat shrunk with a hot knife

>> No.57447679

goodnite cutie

>> No.57447687

I don't think a piece of wood makes a good physicist m8.

>> No.57447725

well fuck i just ordered one of these ok bye money

>> No.57448297

>my preferred keyobards are the Realforce ones. I have left cherry switches.

Pics or it didn't happen.

>> No.57448329

I've used ordinary Fujitsu dome boards that felt nice and snappy like Topres. If you could stick those into a Type Heaven case they'd easily fool a lot of people. It comes down to the quality of the rubber domes themselves: Cheap domes feel cheap because they are cheap.
I've never been able to get into Topres myself though. The collapsing dome forces you to bottom out and they mush when they do like any dome, which I can't stand.

>> No.57448745

Are ALPS/Matias switches vulnerable to key chatter??

>> No.57449096

Does anyone want to buy my HHKB?

It's this exact model - https://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=pfu_keyboards,hhkbpro2&pid=pdkb400w

>> No.57449104

I'll give you $50+shipping for it.

>> No.57449107

If you mean physical wobbling of the keys, they are slightly wobblier than cherries. If you mean over-registering of the switch itself, it can happen. Sometimes cleaning out the switch might work, but a replacement is sometimes necessary.

>> No.57449114


>> No.57449624

I believe Matias are, as both boards with Matias switches I bought ended up getting chatter after a few months.

>> No.57449799

>Australian computer stuff retailer starts stocking the new Realforce RGBs
>Even overpriced shit like a Das 4 is only $250
Why do people buy this?

>> No.57449872
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For the good feeling of oneness with cup rubber.

>> No.57449881

Am I buying a keyboard or an onahole?

Or is that saying Topre switches are onaholes for your fingers?

>> No.57449887


>> No.57450038

clearly you've never used a topre board, or maybe you just have a really bad clone. There isn't a mushy feeling as its smooth all the way down. Also you don't need to bottom out to actuate.

>> No.57450364

Leopold fc980m

>> No.57450376

>without arrow keys

>> No.57450379
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don't listen too>>57450364
Get a RS model F instead

>> No.57450388

They were genuine Realforce boards, and they certainly do mush. It's not like the rubber magically disappears when you bottom out. And you will bottom out. Not because you have to for switch registration, but because the force curve on collapsing the rubber dome leaves you with no alternative.

>> No.57451494

>Cherry MX Blue, Green, or red.
>Help find me a keyboard pls

>> No.57451885

what's this board ?

>> No.57451895
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>> No.57451903
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Trying to figure out my first mech. Want a green and black look because that's my favorite color scheme but I don't want fucking Razor shit.

This is what I've got so far. Am I plebbing out?

>> No.57452239

I havent posted here in ages, cba to take any pictures and its too dark anyway just wanted to say about the last kb I bought (plum 84 electrostatic) is really good. Feels great, sounds great, even if I'm a guy that think LEDS are pleb and I only have 1 other kb with leds even the leds look good and very chill behind the milky keycaps. Just really cute keyboard over all for anyone looking for a light switch with a very minmax layout IMO (without being autistic). also while the pbt keycaps are laser etched they havent showed any sign of fading after several months.

>> No.57452350
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You honestly think your shitty hhkb is the best keyboard in the world?


Beamspring END GAME incoming

>> No.57452486
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>You honestly think your shitty hhkb is the best keyboard in the world?
Let's answer this question by deconstructing the conversation I had with anon.

See this post
>threadly reminder that the best keyboard in the world uses rubber dome.

And then my post as a response to that
>The statement is correct, but you posted the wrong keyboard.
>Here, let me help you with that

As you can see, I corrected him by telling him that the keyboard he posted is not the best keyboard in the world.
And then I told him I'd help him with that and posted an image of my HHKB.

As you can tell from the context, I was referring to the picture I posted when I wrote
>let me help you with that
Since the only keyboard in the picture I posted is my HHKB, you can tell that I was indirectly referring to my HHKB as the best keyboard in the world.

So, to answer your question, I do indeed think that my HHKB is the best keyboard in the world.
I'm glad I could help you out of your confusion.

>> No.57452521

i like you. youre a cool dude.

>> No.57452531

Nice job on wasting your time by writing all that. You clearly don't know shit :)

>> No.57452569
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Thank you.

Though I have to admit, I do actually prefer my TADA68

Whatever amount of time it takes, if I can help a friend understand the complexity of contextual cues, it is not wasted time.

>> No.57452663

Your HHKB is still inferior to any IBM though, but a solid 9/10 for effort.

>> No.57452794
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>Your HHKB is still inferior to any IBM though
I'm going to say no, and you will reply.


>> No.57452829

No :)

>> No.57453064
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now i have everything except the actual keyset

massdrop just needs to ship that then i can figure out what i want to put it on

i'm conflicted but the HHKB's size on my desk means it wins right now

>> No.57453203
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wat do?

I just bought this cheapo mech keyboard of amazon (VicTop 87) which has SwitchMaster Blues for £27, to replace my rubberdome Corsair K30.

I don't know if I like the change. I bottom out heavy since come from a rubberdome kb and the shock on the fingers and sound when typing is a little uncomfortable, although I am getting used to it.

Will O-rings solve this problem? I was thinking of getting these cheap chink 40-a ones for £2. The keycaps are thin abs, would PBT helps too?

If not should I go back to rubberdomes since I can't afford topre for now? I was thinking maybe the HHKB Lite2 which is £60.

Or should I give another switch type a try.

>> No.57453410

what keyset is that?

>> No.57453411

If the sound is bothering you can lube the switches and buy some o-rings/dental bands. If the switches are too light you can buy some heavier springs and replace them:

>> No.57453422

looks like DSA granite


>> No.57453476

>HHKB Lite2
that is just another rubber dome keyboard anon. The pro uses topres

>> No.57453574
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What is the biggest meme in the mechanical keyboard industry, and why is it speed switches?

>> No.57453585


>> No.57454280

I love my JIS HHKB but there aren't blank legends. I am considering buying another Topre board because it's so smooth. I have to know what all of the hype around the 55g Realforce is.
What's the point of MX Reds now? I'd love a variable activation distance Topre so if MX Speeds inspired that I like them.

>> No.57454301

Then why not go for analog mechanical switches

>> No.57454726

Looks pretty cool but I enjoy oneness with rubber cup.

>> No.57454751
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Could someone tell me the name of this thing I saw on Linus Tech Tips? Or is it some custom job? I know nothing about keyboards

>> No.57454788

Keycaps are some DSA set from MD. Dont remember what they're called but i know i've seen them on MD at some point

>> No.57454853


>> No.57454859

I clicked on this link using a virtual sandbox shoveler and independent "froggy" cyberserum care package. As expected, this is a bad virus, probably the worst I've seen since my work as a freelance nexus merc working on blackhat ops out of Tottori.

I just had to reformat my harddrive, reset the diplomatic algorithm on my CPU, defragment my secondary echo transverser, repopulate my standard paramorph contractor with null terrahertz slipstarts. and reconfigure my wireless modem transponder setup with a Bayesian inference telemetry packager.

Needless to say, do NOT click on this link! You've been warned.

>> No.57454870

this is some top quality pasta

>> No.57454871

is this a new pasta

>> No.57454876


It can be.

>> No.57454886

I'd just like to interject for moment. What you're refering to as pasta, is in fact, copy/pasta, or as I've recently taken to calling it, copy plus pasta. pasta is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning copy system made useful by the copy corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.

Many computer users run a modified version of the copy system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of copy which is widely used today is often called pasta, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the copy system, developed by the copy Project.

There really is a pasta, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. pasta is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. pasta is normally used in combination with the copy operating system: the whole system is basically copy with pasta added, or copy/pasta. All the so-called pasta distributions are really distributions of copy/pasta!

>> No.57454927

whats the cheapest ansi tenkeyless keyboard? idc if its not mechanical

>> No.57454957
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Pls help me

>> No.57454983

just get it all black man..

>> No.57455006


Where's the fun in that?

>> No.57455011


Thanks. Would be cool to have if it weren't for the Star Trek themed text on them, bummer

>> No.57455028

You could try your luck and put up a WTB ad for a blank set.

>> No.57455039

>Would be cool if the Star Trek themed set were not Star Trek themed

>> No.57455052

find a keyboard with gaterons; you won't find a cherry board for that price unless you get a rosewill on sale or something

>> No.57455088

The color scheme can be cool independently of the rest of the design or where it's from, friend

>> No.57455150
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Looks too razery for me. You should consider DCS midnight, but it's probably not the color your looking for.

>> No.57455160

The color scheme is clearly LCARS. What else would you expect?
And I'm not your friend, buddy.

>> No.57455200

Sorry, I don't watch Star Wars, amigo.

>> No.57455206

>Looks too razery for me

Yeah that's kinda the problem I have. My favorite color has been co-opted by a faggot gaymer brand. Despite that I am pretty set on the color, just want to avoid the Razer look as best as I can.

>> No.57455460

>missed out on carbon
>none of the recent GMK groupbuys have ergodox addons
Suffering. At least it seems like the yuri GMK set will have an ergodox addon eventually.

>> No.57457404

15$ Chink keysets from aliexpress just came in. Plastic feels nice and the print seems better than the default keycaps of my victsing/tomoko.

>> No.57457417
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Forgot pic.

>> No.57457509
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Just preordered this.
Is this a meme? Am I gonna regret it?

>> No.57457555

Yo are unicomp ever making an ssk?

>> No.57457558

Looking at the kickstarter page it sounds like a $200 solution to a problem already solved by a $30 wired Xbox controller or a $180 Razer mechanical keypad with thumbstick.

>> No.57457637

whats the easiest to clean cherry mx red keyboard?

>> No.57457638

I got it mostly for the placebo .03ms debouncing.
Also I hate Gateron fags and am hoping to one-up them, since optical switch sounds like it should be smoother.

>> No.57457653

Corsair keyboards, or any other keyboards with similar design.

>> No.57457663

Someone noticed my style of only using my index fingers to type (i still get 100-120wpm so whatever) and pointed out that i'm gonna get arthritis by the time im 30 if i don't do something. I was thinking maybe instead I could swap from rubber dome to light actuation mechanical with O-rings to cushion my fingers and reduce strain instead. What would be the switch of choice here?

>> No.57457710

First of all getting arthritis is bullshit, but if you insist,

Topre if you have the money, MX reds with o-rings if not.

Get the o-rings in 40A soft rubber.

Also, I've never tried them before, but it would make sense if those thick 2.5mm o-rings should provide more cushioning than the standard 1.5mm ones.

>> No.57457724

Gateron Clears have the lightest actuation force of all Cherry-style switches at 35g.

Topre boards can get rubber domes with 35g actuation force too but they'll cost you an arm and a leg.

>> No.57457725

you don't think there's any risk of wearing my fingers out by only using 2 to do so much typing? I figure i'm putting them through 3-4 years worth of wear and tear for every year i use them compared to most people that type a similar amount.

>> No.57457743

Just don't bend your fingers/wrists in any weird way and you should be fine.

By your logic, every data entry worker, programmer, or anyone else who types for a living should have arthritis by now.

>> No.57457753

if i do this for 40 years, that's effectively over a hundred years worth of index finger presses compared to most people, but you're probably right and i'm just turning nothing into a big deal.

>> No.57457949

I've tried a lot of demo models in stores with MX blues, browns, reds, blacks, those weird Razer switches that are just mushier browns, a couple more obscure things that I couldn't immediately identify, and I don't like any of them nearly as much as I like my Model M.

I want a Model M with quieter, less stiff springs. Maybe 55-65g actuation instead of 80g.

>> No.57458209
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>> No.57458298
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Awful colour scheme tbqh. Only acceptable schemes are alphas one colour and modifiers another or wave schemes like 1976 and 1983.

>> No.57458369

Yes I'll probably add more grey caps, probably numbers. But this caps are much harder to pull out and I need my extractor but it's at home.

>> No.57458401

Isn't that 35g rating for the bottom out force?

>> No.57458531
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I use the quickfire tk with mx browns and love it but I can't seem to find any keycaps for it.

Am I retarded or am I forever stuck with stock keycaps?

>> No.57458615

$150 AUD
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Blue
>Form factor
>Previous/current keyboards
Logitech G15

>> No.57458641

Despite the lack of a .au at the end, yes this is an Aussie vendor with AUD prices.

>> No.57458660

thank you friend

>> No.57458881
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What's your opinon on Ajazz Geek AK33?

Found one on Aliexpress for 40$

>> No.57459439

really shit layout.
you wont find aftermarket caps for it

>> No.57459717



Are these keyboards worth it at all? I am used to full sized keyboards, so I don't know how easy of a transition it would be for me. I would also miss my numpad.

I wish I could get a G610 but it's 100!

>> No.57460229
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Cooler Master master keys pro L is hands down the best cherry mx mech for your money right now anyone feel free to prove me wrong it is absolutely perfect
Disregard my disgusting mousepad

>> No.57460382


>> No.57460495

Are the keycaps doubleshot?

Ducky makes RGB mechs for pretty much the same price with doubleshot keycaps.

>> No.57460593

I couldn't find it on their site, but I pulled a key and it looks like two layers?

>> No.57460612

They're laser-etched.


>> No.57460630

yeah nevermind i just found it too lol. Mine will eventually be switched to pbt keycaps so i'm not overly concerned about it.

>> No.57461036

How do O-rings do with blues ?

Is it worth ?

>> No.57461067

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXxDb_F1tCY is he our guy?

>> No.57461225

If you want to avoid the look, then just go with as little structure as possible with which keys you color. Randomly select which keys are green and which are black.

>> No.57461341

Why not get capacitive buckling springs which are quieter and lighter. Currently only modelfkeyboards.com sells them on their new production kishsaver

>> No.57461356

GMK sells some keycaps that will fit, but you might have to get some addons. Check out the currently running GB on geekhack and massdrop.

>> No.57461375

Why not wait until black friday / cyber monday?

>> No.57462002

Any one has comments or thoughts on Gateron Red Switches? poorfag here, its 25 bucks for a full keyboard, or I could get a Dell AT101W.

>> No.57462329


why is this so cheap? A key on my current keyboard has stopped working and I'd rather be 'azy and rep'ace the entire thing. Current'y using a tk' corsair keyboard

>> No.57462497

I'd prefer to not spend over $120

>Location (continent at least)

>Preferred switch type
I've only tried Cherry Reds and Browns in person and preferred Red, it'll mostly be used for gaming. Blues sound nice too.

ANSI since I'll want to get keycaps to replace my REAG keys

>Form factor
100%, and with media controls if possible. Haven't really seen many mechanical keyboards with dedicated media controls but I can live with having to press FN or something

Don't mind one way or the other

>Previous/current keyboards
Just some membranes so nothing noteworthy

>> No.57462533

>I have to know what all of the hype around the 55g Realforce is
Can't game with it. I have RF 30g, 45g Type-S and the 55g RF. Probably nothing but fatigue coming from 45g. Depends on the person I guess.

>> No.57462717

Is it gonna be on sale?

>> No.57463177


Anyone use this keyboard before? I've never owned a mechanical keyboard and Iwas looking into a fullsize Brown switch board to break into the scene. For $60, this looks like a solid way to get in on the cheap.

>> No.57463179

Under 100$
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Brown
>Form factor
RGB preferably , but not a deal breaker.

>> No.57463334

Can I get keycaps for my daskeyboard?

>> No.57463371

I just bought a new G710+ after my three year old one broke a switch.

>> No.57463399

Generally speaking is it advisable to buy a keyboard from Aliexpress?

I know it's all chink shit and a lot of it is gaymer shit but I'm a Canadian in need of a cheap clicky 104-key mech and the Motospeed CK104 might be my best option.

>> No.57464250

Can the board quality make a difference in switch feel? My quickfire tk's brown switches feel terrible and I just got a switch tester and the browns on that feel a lot better.

>> No.57464260

If the board is complete shit and flexes badly yes. That's not to mean you need a stainless steel board, however.

>> No.57464422

sup mkg, kinda new here, I have a friend currently in Japan willing to go shopping for me, so far I asked him to get me an hhkb pro2, what else should should I ask for?

>> No.57464430

he's in kyoto if that important whatsoever

>> No.57464608

As a followup, I'm looking into getting a Leopold FC660M, do you think the browns will feel better on that? The feedback on this quickfire keyboard just feels way too harsh.

>> No.57464717

Unicomp will never make anything smaller than full size. They'd have to invest in tooling first, and they won't do that without overwhelming demand.

>> No.57464742

Meanwhile some nobody is making a new production run of model f's.

>> No.57464756

>Under 100$
>Cherry MX Brown
That's gonna be hard to find, dude. Are you sure you won't accept one of the clone brands? Gateron is widely regarded as making superior switches.

>> No.57464822

Right, because that guy was excited to take a risk.

The people at Unicomp are not risk takers. Literally the whole point of the company is upholding a tradition. They're conservative in the classic sense of the word. If they hadn't been able to get the existing equipment for dirt cheap, they never would have gone into business at all.

>> No.57464888
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So after using this board for a few weeks, I've decided it's not my endgame, and my journey continues to other boards.
Anyway, anyone here interested in buying a B.face X2 with 67g zealios?

>> No.57464911

what didn't you like about it?

>> No.57464969
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Should I pull the trigger? Or is there a place to find these cheaper?

>> No.57464981
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Something about it being relatively lightweight and the case being acrylic plastic. Made me miss the steel plate mount and alu case from my pok3r that felt like it'd last me a decade or three. Also, realizing that while I like the customizable underglow, I'd actually prefer backlit keys instead. This thing came with a set of LEDs actually, but I don't have the equipment/space/effort to solder them in.
Switches are pure sex though, and would love to have them in my next board if I could. Maybe even heavier ones, since my piano fingers don't seem to mind.

You can find that board for cheaper elsewhere. This is a good site:

>> No.57464992

>Out of Stock
and it has been for weeks I checked that frequently.

>> No.57464999
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GANSS reporting in

>> No.57465002

Some people spend 20 years hunting down their endgame keyboards.

>> No.57465018
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Ah whoops, didn't notice that.
Hmm, then ebay's a fine option, sure. I've ordered keysets from widebasket before. They're reliable.

>> No.57465025

I'm not going to wait a whole year to save less than $30

>> No.57465051
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Yeah just checked that I did order from widebasket before.
Keyset arrived like a week ahead of schedule, that was nice.

>> No.57465094

Logitech G610

>> No.57465308

hey /g/,

Ducky One backlit or non-nacklit?

pro: often being in low light
contra: durability?

>> No.57465332

just learn how to touch type instead. i shouldnt take that long

>> No.57465341

photoshop, c4d and solidworks, I'll ALWAYS have to look at the kb

>> No.57465369

I used to not like backlit keyboards. I prefer them them now. Touch typing is really only good for typing. Over the past 10 years I've pretty much been 1 handed typing mostly and it's tough for me to go back to traditional typing.

>> No.57465417

Are their any backlit PBT keys that don't look/feel like shit?

>> No.57465542

>feel like shit
senpai what mean?

>> No.57465556

I like the feel of Browns. Never tried Gaterons.
I could go up to 120$ if under 100$ aint feasible.

>> No.57465569

The backlit ones I've seen have weird textures or are very thin and have light bleeding through them.

>> No.57465579

gaterons are more tactile and much smoother
also more wobbly though

>> No.57465627


thats a plum 84, it uses a non standrad layout with Chinese 35g topre clones that have cherry MX stems.

>> No.57465916

Gateron browns are similar to Cherry browns (because, you know, they're clones) but less expensive. Hence the suggestion.

>> No.57466173

sorry but no senpai

>> No.57466231
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Just bought this ducky one in all white with PBT caps, how did I do?

>> No.57466249

Not a fan of the aesthetic but Its better than all the other faggots that use old as fuck keyboards because "it still works great!" or because they cant let go of their nostalgia

>> No.57466262


Does it come in black?

>> No.57466269

U.S of Trump
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Red clones (Mostly Gaterons), or Alps Switches
ANSI or US ISO, don't care
>Form Factor
doesn't really need backlight, but if good price, I'll take it

>> No.57466304

It doesn't come in all black, but I'm starting to regret not getting this colorway


>> No.57466347


That just might be my ideal keyboard.

>> No.57466366
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what have I done

>> No.57466367

The one in white or in black?

>> No.57466385



>> No.57466390


>> No.57466444


The white looks good, I just like the contrast of the black.

>> No.57467335

did i fuck up here

>> No.57467440

It does

>> No.57467489

past bump limit, new thread when?

>> No.57467518
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I have that keyboard, recently upgraded to a corsair k70rgb (browns). The keyboard was definitely a step up from my old scissor switch razer keyboard

>> No.57468294
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Looking at this thing.

A little gamer-y for my tastes but it's not some massive abomination of weird angled plastic and excessive macros.

Most importantly it has blue switch (Outemu) and it's within budget, much more than any alternative.

Should I pull the trigger or wait for Black Friday?

>> No.57468707
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Finished both. Now waiting for the miniusb connectors to make the cable detachable.

>> No.57469081

Hey, I'm looking for the dirt cheapest blue or black (heavy blues without loud click) keyboard.

I don't care if it's a ripoff, as long as it's not total garbage.

>Read the byers template
>Read the "Where to buy" thing
>Still know nothing...

Pls help.

>> No.57469146

If you want "heavy blues without loud click", I think you're looking for something like Cherry clears or tactile greys. Blacks are linear, blues are tactile.

>> No.57469208

oh yes, I actually meant the grey ones.
Sorry, my fault.

>> No.57469741

I am considering this exact keyboard as well.
btw this is the link


>> No.57469866
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you get what you pay for. expect dem first LEDs to malfunction soon.

mechanical RGB LED for under 60$? maybe for your 14yo son for his LAN sessions with snacks all over the palce.

if you want something satisfiing and solid, look upwards.

I have seen the "Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L" for under 115$ a few days ago. This is not top quality I know, but should be far better than this and seems to be what you want. And then you spend only 65 bucks more and may be happy much longer.

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