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/mkg/ - Korean Customs Edition

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

previous thread >>57619308

>> No.57652586
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>Korean Customs Edition
waiting for the viper v2 to drop every day


>> No.57652799
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>mfw waiting for my new keyboard in the mail

>> No.57653220

>still waiting
which keyboard anon?

>> No.57653491
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>> No.57653600

link for your caps pls

>> No.57653627

They're TADA68 stock caps

>> No.57653651

EnjoyPBT sells some caps that look like that

>> No.57653706


do these look pretty close? need some for a full sized board


>> No.57653732
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I wouldn't consider them very "close" to these here, but they look decent enough.

Check originative.co, last I checked they sell keycaps like these.

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they do but only for 60% keyboards and they're still over $100

>> No.57654023
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Looks like they know what's good

>> No.57654111

150 eurpoors

>Location (continent at least)

>Preferred switch type
browns or clears, preferably cherrys but can settle on gaterons

Doesnt matter but prefer iso

>Form factor

Take it or leave it

>Previous/current keyboards
Only cheap stuff

>> No.57654148

Pok3r or v60

>> No.57654162

>tfw K70 Lux

Feels good having a keyboard that doesn't look like it's come from an underfunded Eastern European school. There is literally nothing wrong with Corsair.

>b-b-but le it isnt reliable

Corsair is reliable, had my previous Corsair keyboard for 4 years no problem. When a brand is popular and more models are made then there's obviously going to be a higher amount of faulty keyboards, but the fault rates are no different than any other brand. This includes Razer keyboards/mice.

>b-b-but le keyboard's 5th row isn't customisable

Not everyone is an autist who wants to mod their keyboard.

>> No.57654183

My k70 had dead leds. Replaced with a Realforce.

Not sure who Corsair's OEM is but they are low quality.

>> No.57654188

Sorry bud, but I don't want to pay more for a lower build quality and less features.

>> No.57654190

are both of them equally good?

>> No.57654191
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>cleaned poker ii out today
>some of the mx blue switches are sticking until i physically blow on the switch

god damn it i have to clean it AGAIN

>> No.57654194
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Anyone have thoughts on the Ducky One keyboard? I like the colors of it, and I play a lot of video games, so the switches seem ideal, but I haven't heard of "silent" cherry reds. This would be my first mechanical keyboard.

Charge is approximately $98 shipped.


Any thoughts?

>> No.57654211

>hygiene so bad your keys start to stick
Non-white problems.

>> No.57654229
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but i am white, anon. i think what happened is that when i was using canned air on it, some specks of dust/dirt got into the switch

>> No.57654252

Pok3r has limited programmability, PBT keycaps, and a metal case, but its spray painted which means it can chip off easily. The v60 is cheaper, made of plastic, doesnt use PBT, and isnt programmable, but it has more custamization options. They are both solid keyboards for two different price ranges

>> No.57654254

>but i am white, anon
I don't believe you.

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My keyboard has been sitting in the same spot for 6 years and is covered in dust.

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>> No.57654304


You know your keyboard is shit when you have to lie to yourself and justify your purchase in an online anonymous image board.

>> No.57654313

Your sentence structure says white but your dirty keyboard says brown.

>> No.57654356

How limited is the programability of Pok3r.
And as far as i can see v60 with non chink switches costs 110sterling (+6pounds) postage and pok3r is 120-130 (free postage) so there isnt price difference really.

I mean few websited like ukkeycaps have them, but were out of stock for the past month

>> No.57654373

Corsair K70 LUX Cherry MX Brown



Logitech G610 Cherry MX Brown


Which one is better guys? I am going to buy a new keyboard very very soon, probably on Black Friday to see if I can pick up on any deals. (Hopefully Amazon has some)

The Corsair board seems to be better but the only thing that bothers me a little is the red lighting.

>> No.57654385

They're both mediocre keyboards marketed towards "gaymerz".

>> No.57654394

I wouldn't say that either mate, reviews for both are pretty good.

>> No.57654409

out of the two options id pick logitech, but the choice your presenting compares to choosing between getting your ass fucked by a white guy or a black guy. At the end of the day you are still getting fucked in the ass

>> No.57654415
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I have a Ducky one and its a very solid keyboard with excellent build quality. The PBT keycaps are nice, but I did have an issue in which two of my keycaps became bleached after two weeks. I dont mind since its only noticable when there is a lot of light. Also I wish there was some sort of software to help manage the macros since it has three layers and is almost full programmable.

>> No.57654422


What's the point in having a general for this shit when buckling springs exist and utterly crush all the alternatives?

This whole general should be reduced to "Do you have a Model M or Model F? If not, dump your vague feedback bullshit keyboard and get a Model M or Model F"

>> No.57654447

Ive got a model m, but its a bit too big for my thinkpad

>> No.57654453

Honestly the Corsair keyboard is better
>Same media type controls
>Wrist Rest
>USB Pass through
The red lighting throws me off a bit but I can probably live with it.

I mean anon both boards can't be that bad.

>> No.57654456

> I did have an issue in which two of my keycaps became bleached after two weeks.
What do you mean by "bleached"?

I assume that has brown or blue switches and LED backlighting, right? This one has modified reds and no backlighting.

Is setting macros easy enough despite no management software?

>> No.57654463

They are both shit. Just get a rosewill rk9000 on amazon since its on sale for black friday

>> No.57654483

They are mediocre at best.
-They're made very cheaply in china.
-Handling and assembly marks are very common.
-proprietary parts

I can speak from personal experience about the K70 keyboards They often have touch up marks on the aluminum, the number row on the top doesn't fully light up due to led placement and key cap design, my keyboard personally has dead leds, and also developed chatter issues intermediately after a year.

>> No.57654506

>No back light
I don't know man. How is it better than the other two boards?

Better question.. What isn't made in China?

>> No.57654518

which kb is dis?

>> No.57654532

Keyboard has circuit board problems, not a good idea, prone to failing.

>> No.57654540


Are any of these black Friday keyboard deals worth it?

>selection of Matias boards
>KBP V100

>> No.57654543
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Mine has blues and no backlighting. As for the bleaching issue, have you ever set something out on the sun and the colors begin to fade. Thats what bleaching is. Programming the keyboard is really easy. The guide in the manual explains everything

>> No.57654554

but the mx blue one is $60 anon

>> No.57654562

>What isn't made in China?
I think Unicomp is made in America.

Higher end Realforce, Filco, and HHKB are made in Japan.

>> No.57654564

What about the price? $98 shipped.

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I've been using an RK9000 since 2011 and it still works fine.

>> No.57654619

But I don't want blue switches anon, they are way too loud. Doesn't even have a back light which is somewhat of a turn off as well.

Expensive mate

Doesn't matter. Did all the Note 7 phones explode? No. But because a few did it was an issue. It's poor design, this keyboard has a problem where the port is not properly supported, causing it to break.
There are many many reviews talking about this issue, enough to make me reconsider it.

>> No.57654637

>Better question.. What isn't made in China?
RF, Filco, Unicomp, HHKB, most of the Ducky line up, and all the korean customs.

>> No.57654659


>> No.57654924

Ok guys I did some research and it appears like Rosewill fixed the issue with the RK9000 in a V2.

This anon recommended >>57654554 The Blue Switch variant.

How loud are they compared to the Browns? I don't want to annoy my family with my typing, which is why I was leaning towards the more quiet Browns.

Any ideas if the Brown Switch variant is going to be on sale?

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/csg/, in your community.

Found this on Ali and it's pretty tempting. I already have a genuine HHKB at work but this would be great for home. What do you guys reckon?


>> No.57654982

Go with red?

>> No.57655002

I don't know if I would like the linear switches much anon, I don't game much either. I don't think they would be very good for typing since it's easier to make a mistake.

>> No.57655018

Can someone give me some advice on what to get? Right now it's between Corsair k65 and CM Quickfire TK.

Which would you recommend on purchasing?

>> No.57655022

Didn't you just link two gayming key boards?

Go with a heavier switch then I guess.

>> No.57655074

Just because they are marketed for ''gaming'' doesn't mean I am gonna use them for that, now a days most shit is marketed towards gamers.

Anyways Brown Switches aren't really ment for gaming like Reds are.

>> No.57655079

Literally me

>> No.57655142
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kinda comfy

>> No.57655234
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You see the sound of bottoming out the switches is louder then the actuating mechanism

>> No.57655246

the kit on ebay has more options

>> No.57655252

The K65 is at 50 dollars right now, should I pull the trigger or is there something better with a similar price?

$80, though less is preferred
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Brown, or anything silent
>Form factor

>> No.57655280

50 bucks is what corsair keyboards should sell at so yeah go for it. There is no such thing as a silent cherry switch. Now if you really want quiet then matias quiet click is your best option since they are even quieter then rubberdomes, but none of those are under 80 bucks

>> No.57655281

Yea but I guess I will be bottoming them out a lot since I am gonna be a noob using them.

Also why is the Razer keyboard so darn loud? Especially considering that it is using Brown Switches.

>> No.57655289

Humans hear different frequencies more than others.

>> No.57655294

Want to add, I just saw the Masterkey Pro M. Was wondering if it's any better compared to those, I'm probably gonna be going with Red Switches.

>> No.57655302

I got mine for 109 shipped so its not that bad of a deal

>> No.57655315

Razer uses pathetically thin plastic and they have a floating design so that's why its the loudest.

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>> No.57655339

Thanks a lot, anon.

>> No.57655342

Razer sucks

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Browns are pretty underwhelming in the tactile department. They feel like reds, but with some sand stuck in them. Honestly I'd go for the blues, plus if you want you can replace the stock keycaps with something more premium since it uses a standard layout unlike corsair or logitech.


You could buy a corsair k65 for 50 bucks on new egg. Its cheap enough where its inadequacies don't really matter

>> No.57655416

I am gonna go with the Rosewill keyboard, looks much better than the Corsair or Logitech ones I mentioned.

Do you think the Blues are going to be too loud? If it's only very slightly louder then I could live with it.

I type a good amount especially at night so I don't want to annoy or bother anyone.

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Is this worth wating for?


>> No.57655525

mechanical keyboards are loud in general. If you want to make it quieter then get a pack of o-rings for a dollar.


>> No.57655526

not too loud desu when comparing to switches like buckling springs.
You won't be able to hear someone type on a mx blue keyboard from another room with the door closed.

>> No.57655528


>> No.57655535

What's the consensus on Coolermaster Masterkeys Pro keyboards?

>> No.57655536
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Will those 2u vertical keys have the same stabiliser spacing and everything as 2u horizontal keys? I am not a smart man.

>> No.57655541

>permanently stuck tilted and can't lay keyboard flat

>> No.57655548

Having tried a bunch of combinations, for me the best low-noise-high-tactile combo ended up being Clears with some 50A O-Rings (often just sold as "Black O-Rings" on keyboard sites). Only problem is the lack of cheaper options that have Clears. KBParadise has an affordable model out there, iirc.

>> No.57655601

Where can I get o-rings for that cheap? On Amazon the Rosewill ones are like 9 dollars.

Also is it just me or do the Blues have an annoying spring sound?

You think so? In America homes are made of cardboard.

Yea right now I am limited between either Blacks, Blues, Browns, or Reds because those are the ones that come with that model of the Rosewill keyboard.

The Blues are so cheap that I am really thinking about getting them, but if they are going to annoy me then I shall go for the Browns.

>> No.57655606
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the keycaps have been sold out already so you're gonna have to get some separately since it doesn't come with them. If you like that layout or the ones with the arrow keys then you can go for it. The Duck lightsaver (pic related) went for a similar price so its more of a matter of preference and patience

>> No.57655616
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$100-$120 CAD
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
MX Cherry Red
>Form factor
80%. Kinda been eyeing numpads with arrow keys, but I could live without a numpad
>Previous/current keyboards
Razer Blackwidow 2013 (I know, I was a huge pleb when I bought it. Just got into Gaymin on my PC)

Thanks for any help <3

>> No.57655624

>the keycaps have been sold out already
I'm so confused, I thought the key caps came with it.

>> No.57655633
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you can take the feet off and lay it flat you know

>> No.57655639

They only had 25 sets of the carbon keycaps from the picture. They are all sold. You get no keycaps if you order now.

>> No.57655642

no the keycaps were an extra $135, but now they are gone

>> No.57655662

You can also use dental bands if you have those.
You can get o-rings on ebay for a dollar


>> No.57655663
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>Location (continent at least)
The holy land

>Preferred switch type
MX blue

Iso is cool

>Form factor
the one with numpad and dedicated F keys

Optional bonus

>Previous/current keyboards
CM Storm ultimate quickfire

>> No.57655667

Damn, I just want some pretty keycaps

>> No.57655678

And it just lays on the screws?

>> No.57655685
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more figs and keyboards please.

>> No.57655710

Do you personally own these? I wonder how the quality of the o-rings are, does it matter?


>> No.57655718

Do you actually display keyboards in cases or just throw them in there for pictures?

>> No.57655725
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is it programmable?

I don't get the hhkb autism. the arrow key/fn combination aren't as intuitive as it seems. you also give up keys for no reason.

I prefer alt(fn)/wasd & pl;' or just config rightshift/alt/win/ctrl to arrows on a separate layer when I really need arrow keys.

>> No.57655734

no it lays on the rubber pads

>> No.57655742

Guess I can't read.

>> No.57655748

It's surprisingly difficult to find a non-rice, no bullshit keyboard of simple design like this >>57652586 isn't it? No backlight, no gamur shit, no weird shapes etc. that isn't nearly 100$ or chinese shit that will fall apart in a week.

I didn't realize how fucking hard it was until I started lurking in here.

>> No.57655797

>Do you personally own these?
No my younger brother has braces so I use his bands, but they are both made in china anyways

>> No.57655805

Spacebar looks like it's on backward.

>> No.57655811

How do they work, the same as the actual ones? Also you do have Blue Switches, right?

>> No.57655814

Welcome to the upside down spacebar meme

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>> No.57655843
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>> No.57655884
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>nearly 100$
more like $120, and then around $100 for the meme keycaps I have on it

i think the tada was under $100, or at least used to be

>> No.57655952
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you just put them on your keycaps so when you press them down you don't bottom out.

Now in the video from left to right you have fat o-ring, normal o-ring, and no o-rings

>> No.57655975
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thats how they are supposed to go on

>> No.57655992

I think this is it

>> No.57656002

Kinda confused so sorry, but how would my Blues + the o-rings you linked me sound? Like compared to the video, the time.

>> No.57656011
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I don't like the grey color scheme on that. I prefer the traditional white and grey.

>> No.57656040
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what is so special about hhkb?

>> No.57656048

They say "Made in Japan" on the back.

>> No.57656051
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Shitty pic time

>> No.57656072

Rubber domes

>> No.57656112
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good night /mkg/

>> No.57656117

topre isnt rubber

>> No.57656124

Have a good one man!

>> No.57656151

1. Only HHKB Pros have Topre, the rest are shitty membranes.
2. Rubber domes are an integral part of Topre switches, therefore Topre are a form of rubber dome switch. Deal with it.

>> No.57656159
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if you go onto their website you can see that even they say that topre uses a rubber dome in the actuating mechanism. Its a capacitive rubberdome that provides the resistance and the tactile feedback needed

>> No.57656177

they don't feel like rubber domes at all, trust me.

>> No.57656203

Irrelevant. They ARE rubber dome switches, no matter what they feel like.

>> No.57656217
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Using rubber does not make it a rubber dome, just like having plastic on cherry switches don't make them plastic domes.

>> No.57656218

They don't and thats what I like about them. They are completely smooth all the way down and don't suffer from the sudden shift in force like in traditional membranes when the dome collapses. That being said they are still rubber domes, but done right.

>> No.57656234

That is a terrible analogy and you are retarded. So lets do everyone a favor and agree that you are stupid and that topres are just overpriced rubber domes

>> No.57656251

>actuating mechanism
Actually Topre are non contact switches. The rubber is there to act as a spring.

>> No.57656262

Bad comparison. The plastic on an MX switch is solely for the housing and stem, and does not affect the switch's functionality at all. You could replace the plastic parts of an MX switch with metal, wood, whatever and it would still work as normal (Apart from some changes in force required if the stem's weight changed).

>> No.57656273
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Maybe it is a bad analogy, but still, saying they're "just" rubber domes sounds like you're saying topre are basically pic related.

>> No.57656293

Are ergonomical and two-piece keyboards meme? Or they are really comfortable?

Are spheric keys better than cylindrical?

>> No.57656297

those are membrane switches tho

membrane and topre may both be rubber domes, but that doesn't make them the same
you're the only one who seems to think it does

>> No.57656303

rubberdomes are an integral part of the construction and actuation mechanism of topres. Also do you think that this is the first capacitive rubberdome in existence. Others have come before them and they are all just rubberdomes.

>> No.57656322

Split keyboards have the potential to be more comfortable since they allow you to move the two halves into the best position for each hand.

Personal preference.

>> No.57656325

"Actuation" does not mean what you think it means.

>> No.57656342

How dumb are you? Use that simple mindey thing of yours to reread my post again

>> No.57656364

How loud are Blues compared to Browns? I only have a few minutes to pull the trigger on this keyboard.

>> No.57656367

Still, calling it a simple rubber dome does not describe it accurately, it does not even attempt to explain the difference in feel between topre and regular ruber dome keyboards. Still, I get what you guys are saying, and I apologize for not being informed enough, sorry anons.

>> No.57656371

>Are ergonomical and two-piece keyboards meme? Or they are really comfortable?
Yes, since your hands naturally curve inward.

>Are spheric keys better than cylindrical?
It depends on your typing habits. Spherical keys are comfortable if you hit the middle of the key every time. otherwise the ridge on the side sucks. The same to a lesser degree for cylindricals. I know people who actually prefer those g20 flat keycaps.

It all comes down to personal preference at the end. "_ is a meme" itself is a meme.

>> No.57656380

saying calling things memes is a meme is a meme

>> No.57656402

no one implied they were simple rubberdomes. When we refer to rubberdomes we are talking about the domes made of rubber. The capacitive mechanism is what differentiates them from membranes, but they use a similar method. I don't get why you seem to think that they are the same thing.

>> No.57656427

The actuation of the Topre switch is done when the logic senses the capacitance change. You can operate a Topre switch without the rubber dome.

The statement
>rubberdomes are an integral part of the construction and actuation mechanism of topres
Is ridiculous, false, and demonstrates you have no idea how topre switches work.

Stop shit posting about a superior switch technology.

>> No.57656444


Cheers mate, I'll give it a look

>> No.57656447

Someone did >>57656234
>So lets do everyone a favor and agree that you are stupid and that topres are just overpriced rubber domes

>> No.57656453

Why spacebar is not concaved like the other keys?

>> No.57656509
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Ah now I see. You are just defending your purchase. Its okay tho since you are just a naive little child. Topres are just a meme switch. Come back when you acquire real technology

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I pulled the trigger on both keyboards, I thought about it and I want to try both of them and I'll just choose the one I like the most and return the other.
Plus since I have never owned a mechanical keyboard before I can get the feel of them, and I will know for the future.

Also I know this is unrelated but do you guys think the G403 was gonna drop in price for Black Friday? I got it so that I could get it on Saturday.

>> No.57656544

dude you could have just walked into a box store and tried out some mechanical keyboards, or you could have bought a switch tester.
Also whats wrong with the g402 since its 30 bucks?

>> No.57656556

It's 69.99, what are you talking about?

>> No.57656561

>calling anyone a child
>posts the fedora of keyboards

>> No.57656576

Yea I could have but I really don't have the time, it doesn't bother me at all to test and return the keyboard. I can get a full refund.

>> No.57656582

I have HHKB pro, and I get moist when I see that pic, I know it's not usable, but still, maybe with enough work... At the university I study in they have two of those keyboards (at least I think it's the same model) getting dust in a hallway, I asked a teacher if I could buy it, he said they are worthless, so no...

>> No.57656592

If they're worthless just take them.

>> No.57656604

I'm talking about the g402
Sorry its $35.58 not 30 bucks, but its still cheaper

>> No.57656655
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Its okay anon. Maybe someday you will realize that perfection isn't a capacitive spring under a rubberdome, but rather a true feat of engineering.

>> No.57656686

Oh haha sorry, didn't realize. I didn't know you were talking about a different mouse.

The problem with most of those Logitech mouses is that they are fucking tiny, like for manlets. The reason why I went with the G403 is because it would be more comfortable for me since it's bigger.

>> No.57656710

I know right? Still, If I took them, they would know who did it, and I'd be fucked, maybe I'll take then once I finish my masters.

>> No.57656719

You do realize that a good 2/3 or more of those "reviews" are paid shills. right?

>> No.57656732

It's cool man I didn't go with them. >>57656510

>> No.57656734
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>no you can't have it, it's worthless

>> No.57656806

The clickiness on them is just so satisfying, they don't travel that much though, me and my colleagues used to go there while on breaks and just type random shit for pleasure. Sounds pretty lame when I say it here though...

>> No.57656818

How are Ducky keyboards? I'm thinking of getting Cherry MX Black and I see a lot of Ducky keyboards when I'm looking around.

>> No.57656842

they are 8/10 keyboards

>> No.57656879

I have that one in there when I'm not using it, that's the keyboard I take to friends houses.

>> No.57656896
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>tfw my uni has a bunch of vintage alps keyboards just sitting in a box collecting dust.

I wanted to take one, but they guy who has them in storage said that they were garbage and I can't have them.

>> No.57657289
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>order keyboard
>they send the wrong one
>send them postage quote for return
>stop getting replies

>> No.57657376

what keyboard did you buy and what keyboard did you get. Also who did you buy it from?

>> No.57657603
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>Vortex Pok3r RGB
>MX Reds
It's my second mechanical keyboard. Still getting used to it but at least it's not shit like the k70 I had before.

>> No.57657604

I bought a ducky one tkl off ebay and it came in a layout that wasnt advertised (uk iso)
Ill probably give them a day or two more before i open a complaint but it still sucks

>> No.57657650

where to get caps?

>> No.57657657

they look like SA jukebox, which are currently sold out.

>> No.57657786

best buy has all logitech gear for half off you dumb hick

>> No.57657804

Let me preface my question by saying that I accept the consequences of asking it.

Onto the question...

Compared to the razer ornata, do topre keys feel at all similar? I currently own a ducky mini with blues which I like, but I was looking for something for work that wasn't as loud. I just happened to walk by the ornata at the store and tried out the so called "memchanical" switches and I actually liked the way they felt. They almost reminded me of my thinkpad keyboard which I love. I really don't wanna be THAT guy with a razer keyboard though, so any reccomendations?

>> No.57657812
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>> No.57657853

no not even close.

>> No.57657966

Could you compare how topre feels compared to blues?

>> No.57658075
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It's like feeling oneness with cup rubber.

>> No.57658106


>> No.57658118

Still the same price.

>> No.57658129

>same exact price as amazon
what are you trying to prove?

>> No.57658131

use your brain. there's a code out there

>> No.57658191
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>> No.57658241

sale only in stores now rip

>> No.57658310

How hard would that be? I bet Best Buy has crazy fucking lines for Black Friday.

>> No.57658326
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>> No.57658344

Sorry guise.

Really looking forward to that Borealis set on the XMIT Hall Effect I just joined the drop for.....

>> No.57658366

I'm looking for a keyboard with arrowkeys, the pageup/pagedown/end/home block of keys, and unction keys, but more compact than a tenkeyless. I've seen a couple of those on here but I don't know how to search it up. is there a name for that size?
the keyboard on the bottom half of
is a perfect example

>> No.57658378

Real Topre feel like red switches.

>> No.57658385

gmk retro doesnt even look that good imo

that's a 65%/68 key board, that with a function row on top is generally referred to as a 75%

>> No.57658403

like dis?

>> No.57658467

you guys are the best, thanks!

>> No.57658480

>leave /g/ for months for real life again
>come back and this fad is still happening

Guys please, how many times do I have to tell you. There's a reason we stopped using noisy mechanical keyboards.

>> No.57658567
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step up

>> No.57658606
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What does the code button code?

>> No.57658619
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the start menu

>> No.57658622
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>> No.57659299
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Are you another one of those people who thinks that rubber domes are linear?

>> No.57659412

What caps are those that you have?

>> No.57660647

>fullsized board

>> No.57660701

what kb is that? varmilo?

>> No.57660743

lol no they just feel like super high quality rubber domes, this is coming from an hhkb owner. stop trying to make it out like its something its not.

>> No.57660957

Your favourite switch is a meme

>> No.57661542
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anne reporting in

>> No.57661583

is this any good?

>> No.57661588

im looking for a good mechanical keyboard for around 100 canada dollars any tips?

>> No.57661596
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I know that already though, I just cant help myself

>> No.57661726

dead thread is dead

>> No.57661785

looks good you should get it

>> No.57661812

Literally me :^(

>> No.57661889
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If you don't get a full sized keyboard you are hamstringing yourself.

Y'all niggers need to learn how to scratch your balls with your left hand while being able to hit the enter key on the numpad with the right. Submit forms n shit. Hand to key distance is actually worse on anything else because the enter key is further from the bottom right, so don't feed me some 'efficient' hand movement bullshit.

In seriousness, I'd never give up home/end insert/delete + function keys. Way too useful. Even all the shitty mashed 96k linked in this thread are shit because they only keep a few (at best) of the aforementioned. Not to mention the missing numpad. Have you ever had to do math on your computer? Real nice being able to reach everything with one hand. Though I bet you gay boys never even learned how to use the numpad. Shits cash homies.

It's like you 60/66% guys never took a few seconds to learn the universal shortcuts home/end/insert gives. It's like removing copy/paste functionality on purpose.

In closing,
104 > shit > TKL > giant shit > other retarded form factors.

ps mostly typed while scratching my balls.

>> No.57662095
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full size keyboards are pleb tier

look how much wasted space lmao

>> No.57662203

where tf do I get those hhkb with that layout?

>> No.57662247


>> No.57662351

Call me when someone makes a beamspring board in a non-staggered layout

>> No.57662382
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Should have gotten SA retro, assuming you're talking about the GMK retro drop there right now.

But yes, I do agree that the whole "get it now before it's gone forever!" shtick with keycap sets is annoying. Surely a shop could just buy a large stock of a set and keep it up for sale?

>> No.57662402

>dat inconsistency
If it wasn't for that it'd be a neat switch.

>> No.57662717
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Kinda want to sell it and buy a TKL.

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>> No.57663417

gonna buy hhkb

is type-s worth it?

>> No.57663467
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I use mine at work and nobody is bothered.

desk material and vibration has a much bigger impact than the keys.

>> No.57663492
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picture >>57663417

>> No.57663609

It looks like its cheaper to take the key caps of my c64 and find a way to place them on my keyboard

>> No.57663646

Unless they're MX mount (they won't be) you're probably boned.

>> No.57663657

All Logitech shit is half off right now, including the Logitech keyboards. Did I fuck up by getting the Rosewill boards? A G610 with Brown Switches is $59.99. Should I cancel my order and go for it?

>> No.57663691
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>tfw received my keyboard

>> No.57663695

obviously they aren't, but with hot glue and cherry mounts it shouldn't be too hard. The only problem would be the layout

>> No.57663705

A Rosewill keyboard is also 60 bucks too.

>> No.57663707
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>tfw hacking the FBI with my new keyboard

>> No.57663718

For a Blue Switch board, The Logitech one has Brown Switches and back lighting.

I goofed bad, I should have just fucking waited.

>> No.57663719

Wat is the purpose of the 3 unmarked keys on the numpad?

>> No.57663731

I mean 5, my bad.

>> No.57663770

probably delete, end, pgdown, - and + just they are blanks idk why

>> No.57663774

space that would otherwise be occupied by what?

if you're carrying that shit around then I understand but otherwise, you're a moron.

>> No.57663776
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Most likely its because the custom keycaps didn't fit on his keyboard.
Its hard to find compatible keycap sets fro the 1800 layout

>> No.57663793

>space that would otherwise be occupied by what?
Your mouse.

>> No.57663802

>space that would otherwise be occupied by what?
not him but check my workdesk >>57663492

also yes I carry my hhkb around too

>> No.57663805

then just use a trackball, unless you are some sort of manlet

>> No.57663818

The point is not having the mouse so far off the right of the homerow where you actually type, not that you have to move the mouse around.

>> No.57663828
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why so salty

why would I want the trackball to be far from me?

>> No.57663890
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Should I get a cheap chinese mechanical keyboard or just save my money
(I'm thinking pic related or the dremo gramr)

>> No.57663900

just get the tomoko and call it a day

>> No.57663922

Dude get the Rosewill board for 60.

>> No.57664106

thats why i love o-rings
plus they provide a softer landing

>> No.57664178
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Good buy for $50, boys?

>> No.57664208


>> No.57664294

Just switched to a mechanical keyboard. At first I thought "Come on, it's not THAT different"
Today I had to use a cheap ass keyboard in my university.
God, it felt awful, I felt like I had to actually put force to press a single key.

I'm so glad I switched to mechanical, thank you guys for all the help

>> No.57664406

My Realforce is very linear. Maybe because it has 45g rubber and that's making any "bump" pretty much unnoticeable.

>> No.57664456

>Maybe because it has 45g rubber
hhkb is 45g and it's tactile.

In fact the very nature of rubberdome makes it tactile.

>> No.57664466

Tomoko + 15$ keycaps from aliexpress + detachable cable mod is the ultimate poorfag combo

>> No.57664482

HHKB is different from a Realforce then. Mine is linear as it gets. Even just going really slow to try and feel anything it's just smooth till it bottoms out.

>> No.57664506

I very much doubt that.

I am going to assume you either can't describe your feel or you don't know what linear means.

>> No.57664563
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Have you ever used a linear switch?

Like the other anon said, rubber domes are tactile by their very nature.
>different from a Realforce
It's not. I've had my hands on every topre board commonly available and the Realforce doesn't feel any more linear than any other topre board.

>> No.57664564

I got multiple cherry switches to compare to and the Realforce is very much like the linear ones in feel. The big difference from linear cherry switches is weight and how they feel when they bottom out.

I never got the whole "Topre feels like rubber domes". Especially, now after owning one and having some hours on it.

>> No.57664756
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Just finished silencing the sliders and lubing up the stabilizers. No more clicking or clacking, it's all thock now.

>> No.57664783

Around $50.00
East Coast US
>Preferred switch type
Cherry Reds (doesn't need to be reds)
>Form factor
Either 100% or 80%
Doesn't matter
>Previous/current keyboards
Shitty mush board and mouse combos

>> No.57664887
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redpill me on corsair k65. $50 now

>> No.57664936
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Read the FAQ

>> No.57664961

>muh faq
is it a good buy or not?

>> No.57664971

>buy reds
>try it out for some time
>don't like reds

what the fuck do I do now?

>> No.57664992

Corsair k65

>> No.57664999

Yes, it's a great keyboard ;^}

>> No.57665019

What are the switches on the tomoko? Zorro? Kailh?

>> No.57665053

Start the search for the end game.

>> No.57665064

this is me

Probably gonna try blues next. Going cheaper this time. Might also order the o-rings (might use it in the office)

>> No.57665114

WASD with ISO layout?

>> No.57665206


>go on amazon
>check the tomoko

>What company made the blue switches? Are they gateron cherry knock-offs?

>The blue switches, which are made by one of our suppliers, are not cherry knock-offs, but got the same using experience as cherry.

What did he mean by this?

>> No.57665214

is that AEK re-housed?

>> No.57665229

>The blue switches, which are made by one of our suppliers, are not cherry knock-offs, but got the same using experience as cherry.
This is the most Pajeet thing I read today

>> No.57665320
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Kind of.

Though the only parts remaining from the original AEK are the keycaps and the switches.

>> No.57665380

About to buy a G610 is this a huge mistake? Its on sale.

>> No.57665423

thats gorgeous, I like the esc key as well because it reminds me of marshmello

>> No.57665497

>flip-flops in the workshop
dangerous life you have there. a falling chisel cuts through your toe like butter.
also use a router.

>> No.57665578

>that height
my wrists hurt looking at it

>> No.57665819

Novatouch with PBT keycaps.

>> No.57665833


Is this decent for $60? I like having a numpad and media keys.

>> No.57665858

After about 10 months one of my mx clears is stuck; I think the spring is busted.
Am I fucked?

>> No.57665875

if its the spring then no cause you can buy a new ones for cheap and just replace them

>> No.57665903

Welp they already increased it back to 99

>> No.57665931

Actually it won't even register the input unless I press really hard now. I'm not sure it's just the spring.

>> No.57665945

looks like that answers your question. I think the rosewill is still 60 bucks. There are also some deals on CM keyboards as well.

>> No.57665960

then just buy another switch and replace it

>> No.57665988

What's the general consensus on Adesso keyboards? A guy on my Banana Republic is selling one for Dirt Cheap™ (taking exchange values and local prices et all) and I don't know if I should take the plunge or not. It's the MKB-125b.

>> No.57666033

how cheap? They usually sell for 60 bucks brand new.

>> No.57666108

Might just get the red switches version from bestbuy for 60

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>> No.57666204
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Should I do it? This would be my second 60% keyboard and the only negative I can see is that the keycaps are non-standard so I can't get PBT keycaps for it.

>> No.57666348

The key isn't stuck anymore but it doesn't register the input at all.

>> No.57666696

Need recommendation

> Not way more than 100$
> Israel (can order from amazon)
> No preference
> Standard US layout
> standard form factor, with or without seperate number keys
> with or without backlight
> Previous is a shitty HP/crapple something

Asking for a friend, not an apple cuck myself thankfully.

>> No.57666714
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>Stingy budget


>> No.57666764

Got me, now any recommendations? I was thinking about the corsair strafe

>> No.57666873

Ducky one/Unicomp

>> No.57666890

Rosewill, Cooler Master, Unicomp and Steel series are all excellent choices.
If you don't mind the aesthetic then I'd go for Unicomp since their keyboards are much better built then almost everything out there.

>> No.57666893

I have a stupid, unironic question:

Would it be worth to grab a Blackwidow Ultimate Stealth for around $60 as my first mechanical keyboard?

>> No.57666899

Just get a used model M on ebay

>> No.57666900


>> No.57666903


>> No.57666928


You can get a Rosewill keyboard for 60 bucks and it would be quieter and have better build quality. If you do want to spend a bit more then a Ducky one on massdrop is under 100 bucks with shipping

>> No.57666929

I haven't tried other keyboards but I have a blackwidow stealth. Can't compare it to any 'real' mechanical keyboards but it's good I guess

>> No.57666954

>cheap Chinese plastic

>> No.57666968

>stingy budget

>paying more than $100 for a keyboard

>> No.57667021

Ya investing money into a tool that you will use for 1000s of hours is a poor investment.

>> No.57667043

>Paying less than 200 for your interface to the world which is basically an extension of your person

How's your job at McDonald's going, nigger?

>> No.57667062

Unicomp not gonna happen, other ones have loads of different models on ebay. Can you direct me in some way? What are some recommended models or which switches are the sweet spot for some gaming and mostly programming?

>> No.57667067
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>tfw this cost my $50 and some change and was made on the same day but different year i was born

>> No.57667077

amazon, not ebay. sorry

>> No.57667143

I thought you said you were gonna order form amazon
They have some codes on their facebook page that will give you things like free shipping and 40%off on some models.

Now for the others then the Rosewill rk9000v2 is 60 bucks

For cooler master you have a whole bunch like the pro-s, the rapid fire, quickfire, etc


>> No.57667144

Hm, the Rosewill is actually cheaper for me in the end because I don't need to pay for shipping. I'll wait to see if the black or red switches go on sale tomorrow, though

Thank you for the legit answer

>> No.57667185

they recently started selling on amazon

>> No.57667255

130ish USD
>Location (continent at least)
uhh is this where I say QWERTY, IT layout would be nice but it doesn't matter
>Preferred switch type
MX Brown/Red
>Form factor
don't care
don't care
>Previous/current keyboards
the one from the CM Devastator bundle

help me choose my first mech wisely /g/

>> No.57667284

I'm looking through Unicomp's facebook page and I can't find any codes

Also, could you tell me the difference between a Classic 101 and a Ultra Classic?

>> No.57667302

the location just means where you are located in the world.

>> No.57667332

The ultra classic is smaller then the classic keyboard

>> No.57667352

well then I guess IT answers that anyways

>> No.57667354

Ducky one on massdrop

>> No.57667382

if you want the Italian layout then keyboard co has some, but only in ISO


>> No.57667427

Is it a stupid idea to mix and match switch types? What if I have blues for literally everything except WASD/QWER?
Are blues good enough that I actually don't have to fucking worry about spamming spells in games? It seems like blues and reds are the only switches that actually fucking matter.

>> No.57667445

Are the Unicomp classics $84 already discounted?

>> No.57667472

you could use different ones for your modifiers.

>> No.57667479

no they aren't.
The ultra classic is their most popular keyboard so they don't really advertise the classic one

>> No.57667501


>> No.57667509

blues are perfectly fine for gaming. Actually in Asia blues are marketed as the gaming switch which is why so many Chinese keyboards have blues. If esports players use blue then you should be fine with them too

>> No.57667517

Oh, I don't think you got my question
I was asking if $84 was the total price with the 40% Black Friday sale or without it, cause a $50 Unicomp seems too good to be true

>> No.57667556

Where are you seeing that at?

>> No.57667571

facebook /PCKeyboard

They say there's a sale going on, but I don't know if there's a coupon I need to use or anything like that

>> No.57667578
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hey mkg my G15 is dying and I'd like your advice to replace it.

60 to 120e
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
I don't know I'd like something that feels close to a G15
I suppose something like: normal/heavy typist with clicky noise
pretty sure ISO is the only choice for AZERTY keyboards
>Form factor
100% (AZERTY)
something durable and not too fancy if possible
>Previous/current keyboards
Logitech G15

>> No.57667619

I almost made the same mistake, don't. Get the Rosewill mechanical keyboard.

>> No.57667641

Filco Majestouch 2
Not sure if that's over your limit but if so it's by a tiny amount

>> No.57667666

And Blue switches
You might find it cheaper elsewhere

>> No.57667788

Thanks doc

>> No.57667818

>bought current keyboard for $25
>over 8 years ago
>still works fine

>> No.57667831

I found it. If you go to warehouse liquidations, and add a keyboard to your basket it automatically applies a discount. It's new old stock from the looks of it.

>> No.57667960

Oh, nice, thank you. I'm probably grabbing one of those. I don't really like 101 layout but for $44 I could do worse.

>> No.57668112
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>also use a router.
Yeah I know. I'm currently working on building a 500x500x300 CNC machine, so that'll make stuff like this a whole lot easier.

And I'm getting a 3D printer next week, probably going to use that quite a bit since 3D printing is the shit.

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Thinking of pulling the trigger on a Ducky Year of the Monkey with Cherry MX Reds, and some blank Max Transparent keycaps. Did I do good?

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Thinking of getting MasterKeys Pro S. Any recommendations ?

>> No.57668168

is that still in stock? Anyway if you do get it, tell us how good are the stock doubleshot PBT keycaps. Its the first time Ducky has ever done them so I'd like to know how they are.

>> No.57668217

actually doing it in cad and cncing it would probably take longer than making a router template and doing it with a normal router. but nice to see people diying cnc routers.

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>actually doing it in cad and cncing it
That's the idea. But I have to build a larger CNC first.

>> No.57668382

Why do you say that?

>> No.57668399

I just got my first mechanical with reds and I'm about to blow another 50€ on a new one with blues. Am I gonna regret it?

>> No.57668521

what do you guys think about romer-g switch?

>> No.57668526

Unicomp is having a sale right now so just get a buckling spring keyboard and call it a day.

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There's nothing good there

>> No.57668627

I´m europoor, no deal

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are you blind anon?

>> No.57668781

Just because people don't buy into the leftist narrative you're pushing doesn't mean they're stupid.

>> No.57668863

So you are willing to buy a keyboard made by communist, rather then a keyboard made in Kentucky that is better built, more durable, a feat of American engineering, and is a timeless classic.
No anon you are the leftist.

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I don't, maybe

aren't these the only things on sale

>> No.57669230

i am an idiot but can you get a PS/2 keyboard working with USB?

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Help lads, I'd like to buy my first mechanical keyboard, I've had a type on some and liked brown switches the best

Up to $200

>Location (continent at least)
New Zealand

>Preferred switch type
Browns (I think)


>Form factor
108 keys pls

Don't hate me, but I'd like some LEDs, rgb would be a nice to have

>Previous/current keyboards
never bought a keyboard in my life, so only used cheap shit

I'm heading towards a Ducky one I think, really attracted by the simplicity of its design, plus I'd have the option of changing out all the keycaps, and I like options

Any help would be greatly appreciated

>> No.57669343

is that the CH7F with 55g domes? How does the keyboard compare to a Topre board? Was kind of considering buying one off of ebay

>> No.57669501

this thread is a doomed timeline


>> No.57669820

100 united states dollars (can go up to 150)

>Location (continent at least)
United state of america

>Preferred switch type


>Form factor
TKL, 60% watever just not full

RGB pls pls pls

>Previous/current keyboards
CM Storm QF pro (didn't like browns), razer blackwidow 2013 (didn't like blues)

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