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58173955 No.58173955 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

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

>> No.58173965

Thoughts on cheap/no name keyboards?

I wanna buy a tenkeyless/60% but don't want to spend $100+ on one. My research has shown they either go cheap or expensive, there's no in between. (Mainly looking on Amazon)

>> No.58173989

Some of the cheap ones that incorporate Gateron switches are probably nicer to type on than the expensive ones with Cherry MX.
These can't be too bad, I assume.

>> No.58173998
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You probably aren't going to be satisfied by buying cheap. This goes for most things in life.

That said, you can get TKL Corsair or Gateron keyboards for less than $100 on Amazon with plenty of wiggle room.

>> No.58174006

Can somebody recommend a full size keyboard (with the numpad) that uses Cherry blues or some chink knockoff

>> No.58174013

Where did you buy those key caps from?

>> No.58174059

mx red or blues?

>> No.58174060
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Massdrop last month. That was a lesson in cheapness for me as well, they replaced some $14 Tai Hao ABS caps which I regret wasting money on.

>> No.58174069

God those caps look fucking good. I wish I could buy them.

>> No.58174283

Aren't the caps on that board Tai Hao as well? But PBT instead of your previous ABS?

>> No.58174327


>> No.58174762

That keyboard's got a gun
Is Gateron a brand for fake Cherry?

>> No.58174979

Gateron is a Chinese cherry clone, yes.

>> No.58175149
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Where can i get SA keycaps that would fit on a Pok3r

>> No.58175233


>> No.58175261
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Leopold FC750R with blanks

>> No.58175440

Fix the key profiles on the scroll lock block.

>> No.58175489

Hah waiting on someone to pick up them

>> No.58175685
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just fuck my shit up

>> No.58175777

is this the power of ISO keyboards?

>> No.58175794

Enjoy spending more on keycaps than the board itself, anon.

>> No.58175881

>Estimated ship date is Jul 10, 2017.

>> No.58175928

I have Ajazz ak33 which I bought from aliexpress for $30 or 35, don't, really remember. It was on sale anyway. Black zorro switche which are some chink clones.
Strange layout which is neither 60% nor your typical tenkeyless. I like it personally since it has both arrow keys and very small layout. Actually I think it's the same layout as choc mini.

>> No.58175985

How's the build quality though? Everything breaks in due time but I don't wanna buy something that will in 3 weeks.

Are knockoffs really that bad when I've never used a mechanical keyboard in memory? I just want a compact keyboard that doesn't feel like shit for GAYMINGzZZ

>> No.58176040
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guys, where can I find quality key caps for my UK Filco Ninja Majestouch-2?


>> No.58176147

Ajazz ak33 here. It's very nice. I had it for a few weeks now and I'm really happy with it. Very nice build quality at this price point. It's also my first mech ever. I don't know how long it will last though, probably not as long as non chink keyboards, since chinks have shitty QA.
Stock keycaps are pretty nice, no gaymer fonts and shit. Just normal keycaps, I have no plans of changing them personally.
One thing that sucks (besides strange keyboard layout) is that keyboard has no memory. For instance you can turn backlight off (or lower it) but after you stop powering keyboard and turn it back on it will go back to default setting - which is backlight on with brightest setting. Personally I just got used to backlight and have it on all time, doesn't hurt my eyes and it's just normal white light.

>> No.58176421

What switch would make for a natural evolution from the Thinkpad (X61/T400) keys?
(Perhaps a silly question, but I'm moving from a Thinkpad to a desktop machine soon and I'm going to assume that a mechanical keyboard is the next step up in enjoyable keyboard...ness.)

>> No.58176815
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none, get a switch tester and find out what you prefer

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>> No.58176916

2 months ago someone gifted me a Cherry G80-3000 keyboard

I have to admit, I feel bad because even though it was free, I don't really feel like it's that amazing and I don't get why people obsess so much over mechanical keyboards.

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>> No.58177279
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Hey guys, little update on my project

Desoldered all the switches from the PCB, and removed them from the plate, rekt the board in the process but I don't need it anymore anyway
Now I need to cut the plate to fit my 60% case and place the switches back on, and then wire them up to a teensy

>> No.58177304 [DELETED] 

well ... i just get my 1st mechanical keyboard today. its a cheap one (ajazz ak33)... :D

>> No.58177322
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well i just get my 1st mechanical keyboard :D
to start i get a Ajazz ak33. its cheap... to try i think its good :3

>> No.58177339

Do I gotta spend ~$250 to own a new HHKB or is there another way? Asking for a fellow anon.

>> No.58177362

What's a decent 60% with reds? Main features I want is just a as compact as possible case and good build quality. PBT keycaps would be nice, but I'm OK with buying ABS and then getting a PBT set.

Is there any decent cheap-ish chink board like that? Or should I get something like a Vortex POK3R?

>> No.58177369
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Tempt me to upgrade from my current mechanical keyboard.

>> No.58177403
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Nice, but how the hell did you break that PCB?

>> No.58177426

Ducky One for $99

>> No.58177437

Look for Corsair Keyboards, they are tough, if you put emphasize on functionality over design.

>> No.58177446

Pulling on it to remove it after desoldering the switches

>> No.58177461

KBP V60, rk61, Anne Pro, and the one on massdrop are some other options. But the Pok3r is still a good keyboard.

>> No.58177464

Is a model M 1988 worth 70 bucks?

>> No.58177475
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Not really comfortable, but what a beauty!
Only available in blue keys.

>> No.58177490

If its in good condition then yes.

>> No.58177518

What if I'm not even planning on using it?
Like I'm planning on just having it for my collection.

>> No.58177582


Thanks anon. How good are those chink ones? The prices are pretty nice, but also worrying. There's a RK61 with "Cherry MX Reds" for $70 on AliExpress, and that's kinda hard to believe considering it's also wireless and has backlights. What's the catch?

>> No.58177600
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Need helping finding an affordable alternative for the keyboard shown in the pic.

$150-200 aud
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Browns
One shown in picture
>Form factor
Doesn't matter
>Previous/current keyboards
Logitech garbage

>> No.58177649

you asked for suggestions. i gave you one.
never change you autist

>> No.58177655

Whats the point since those keyboards were mass produced and are still made today

>> No.58177666
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>tfw waiting for keycaps

>> No.58177672

Rk61 uses knock off kailh switches not cherry, thats about it.

>> No.58177678

>anon asks for a 60%

anon what

>> No.58177684

I'm so willing to deal with all the cheap shit of a $40 or less mechanical keyboard, but then they put a shitty font on the keys like they're just begging me not to buy it. I could buy new caps, but then I might as well just spend more for a keyboard I guess.

>> No.58177691

fuck off retard

>> No.58177694

But you didnt give him a suggestion that fit his needs, or even came close to what he wanted

>> No.58177698
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Same anon, are there any cheaper Fc980m alternatives?

>> No.58177720

Yeah, I figured as much. How are those switches nowadays? I remember reading about broken stems and inconsistent switches a while ago in regards to Kailh.

>> No.58177721
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Yes. The fc980m is based of the old chery g80-1800 design. You can find those keyboards for around 60 bucks. Some models like the dolch pac ones can cost upto $200 due to their rareity

>> No.58177735

Kailh has improved and now razer uses their switches. They still arent as good as gateron or cherry. The anne pro is another wireless keyboard and that has PBT keycaps and gateron switches

>> No.58177793

Rs96 and Duck Lightsaver are your only two options. They are both barely in your budget, but they arent in stock right now. You just missed thr rs96 which ended its run last month. Maybe try again next year. Be sure to go to massdrop and request the keyboard so you can get a notification when it drops again.

You could try china tho

>> No.58177809

Only found one on Banggood, but it does seem better for like $10 extra, specially considering the PBT caps. Going to look a bit more into it and maybe pick one up next month. Thanks again!

>> No.58177865
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Is there anything wrong with this? Mostly for gaming. Mainly buying a new keyboard because while my membrane one now isn't bad, I have run into a few situations in Battlefield 1 where I'm hitting a certain key combination that locks it up. There are so many cheap mechanical keyboards now that I'm sure are pieces of shit compared to $100 or more ones, but it's at least got to be better than membrane, right?


It has knockoff brown switches, a YouTube review says they actually feel like cheap Cherry MX Red. I've been eyeing that Tomoko one for a bit, but this one is $10 cheaper for a full size.

Open to suggestions but please try to suggest something $40 or under for a full size one. I was debating ditching a number pad to save desk space, but I still think I use it too much. $50 maybe if it's really that much better. Backlight is a plus but not a requirement, this one just happens to have them.

>> No.58177890

Damn, looks like I'll have to pass on that particular layout. Thanks anon

>> No.58178075

Any RGB Pok3r owners here who still use their stock caps? How are they holding up, any shine?

>> No.58178208

Got a HHKB Pro 2 for Christmas.

Couldn't be happier with it, Topre is my new favorite switch. May even pick up the type-s model.

>> No.58178357

where can I get a cheap carrying bag/pouch/case for a tenkeyless board? want something mostly for dust protection, similar to some phone velvet pouches

>> No.58178514

Wonder if they're better than the novatouch.

>> No.58178545
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Where are my Pok3r fags?

>> No.58178555

They are.

>> No.58178598


>> No.58178615


Just noticed you asked. So far pretty well. Been rocking them as a daily driver for 3 months now with no change that i can see.

>> No.58178645

Hmm looking more into the ErgoDox keyboards

I'm not sure if I like the Gateron switches. It seems like the gateron blues are both louder than the cherry blues *and* more importantly, require a higher actuation force.

I have a keyboard with the MX Clears (55g) and I already basically can't type on it compared to my MX Blues (50g). It feels like I'm typing on old rubber domes for how hard they are to depress. And these Gateron Blues are supposed to be even higher (60g)?!

The only other tactile switch they offer are the Gateron Browns (55g); which would be the same as the Cherry MX Clears if these numbers are correct - and I definitely don't enjoy typing on those at all.

So ugh, what do I do? Do I try and buy an older ErgoDox that still had MX Blues, or what?

>> No.58178781

Where did you get those numbers?
I personally really like my browns, but you should test it yourself. You can get different switches if you get parts on falbatech or that one american website.

>> No.58178854

Actuation force only tells you so much about how heavy the switch is. Clears are only 55g after the tactile bump. At bottom out it's more like 90g. Just use this to look up force graphs:


>> No.58178978

Thanks, that's exactly the sort of website I was looking for - something that actually fucking measures these things as a graph.

Based on this, the Gateron Blues seem just as easy (even easier) to press as the MX Blues.

Random fucking sources on the internet because nothing seems to report them consistently or even using the same units, all in one place.

>> No.58179026

Who here /modelm/?

>> No.58179060

Yes, Gateron in fake Cherry MX. It's still better.
Seeing as you have to respond to what keyboard you have pictured, why don't you just put the name in the file name like I did with >>58173955
You should upgrade to something without that Bigass enter. But you should still keep it.

>> No.58179085
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I have the chinese knockoff version of that keyboard called the Ajazz k33 or something, i like it but the number "2" key has the "@" symbol on it but its actually " and the ' key has the "@" instead. I think my drivers are the problem here but I dunno. Doesnt really bother me much since I have the muscle memory from years of normal keyboards

>> No.58179110
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Any rubber dome aficionados here?

We're a small group of individuals boldly going against the grain in striving for tactile perfection. We prefer the gentle, organic feedback of a rubber dome over the robotic, cold click of soulless mechanical keyboards. The feeling is gentle and intoxicating - like typing on clouds. And best of all? In comparison to mechanical switches, rubber domes are almost inaudible.

Keyboard manufacturers prefer selling mechanical keyboards because they're much more expensive. They line their pockets with the money of clueless consumers who are unaware or simply do not care for an alternative.

I hope there are like-minded individuals here. Perhaps we could have daily rubber dome keyboard threads where we can share photos and anecdotes about our devices. I used my keyboard to type today, how about you? It's important that we stick together, us, users of these particular type of input devices. We have much in common.

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>> No.58179144

8/10 would read this copypasta again.

>> No.58179178

Umm...wh...where did you find it? I kinda like it.

>> No.58179201

I just "bought" my first two nonshit keyboards!! It's a vintage Acer with some Alps knockoff rubber domes, and a Mitsumi something. Both for $3. I can't wait to pick them up.

>> No.58179249
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well my keyboard collecting career is over and for the 10th year in a row my wife beat me at xmas.

>> No.58179769
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is there any hope for a tkl realforce rgb?

>> No.58180007

Anyone know where I can get Japanese Cherry keycaps? Had a look online and cant seem to find anything.
Looking for the ones that have both the roman and Japanese characters on them.

>> No.58180039


>> No.58180054

Thanks a bunch!

>> No.58180125

>tfw just found a cherry g80 for 8 bucks

No idea what color switches, but for that price anything is better than rubber dome

>> No.58180155

8 bucks? You sure that thing works?

>> No.58180170

Blacks most likely, the caps are nice
I paid 30 for 3 working ones as well

>> No.58180172

Yea, well rated vendor who gives warranty. It's a bulk sale from someone who either doesn't know or care the way it seems.

If there's any German anons interested, I can link the ebay shop

>> No.58180191

they were used en masse in the military i think

>> No.58180290

How loud is it? I checked out clips of it on youtube to see if it's loud as fuck cause I want to buy it and use it for college lectures but idk if it's loud in reality.

>> No.58180356
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Not enough IBM's here
Here's a Model F

>> No.58180382

how do you use that thing without killing your spine

>> No.58180433


>> No.58180467

What do you mean?

>> No.58180471

Nice copypasta.

Not even wrong though.

>> No.58180483

that thing is gigantic, your mouse has to be on the other side of the room
do you sit on your chair like a spaceship commander or do you lean over to the left for typing?

>> No.58180509

Never really had a problem with the size of it desu, it's pretty much just as wide as an F122/M122 Battleship. I have quite big arm rests on my chair which allow my arms to move over to my mouse and back to my keyboard while having something to rest on, perfectly comfortable.

>> No.58180600
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Rule, Britannia!

>> No.58180653


Where could I find these in stock?

>> No.58180656

Are you the guy who was posting about that set some time back?

How are you liking them?

>> No.58180680

Is it a good idea to maybe collect mechanical keyboards or have a few with different switches?

>> No.58180697

It may have been!

Yeah they are awesome, worth the wait. A few little niggles but happy over all.

>> No.58180721
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it's a great idea trust me

>> No.58180738

What purpose or reason would warrant for you to use another keyboard?

>> No.58180756
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It makes my autism happy

>> No.58180786


>> No.58180807
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Different use cases. One with switches and a form factor that's nice for gaming, something with a numpad (or just a discrete numpad) for doing CAD. Also keep one of them at work.
And just for the purpose of being able to switch keyboards to your liking depending on what you feel like using, simply because you can.

Also this >>58180756

>> No.58180896

I've been using the same Das Keyboard 4 daily for two years and fancy getting another one. My current keyboard is now pretty worn (very shiny and worn keys etc, but the switches are still good). I never game.

Country: UK
Budget: £85 +/-£5
Switches: Brown
Size: Tenkeyless or 60%, don't care which
Backlighting: Yes
Keycap colour: Preferably white

Thanks /mkg/

>> No.58180900

I see, that is true.

>> No.58180914

*fancy getting a different keyboard

>> No.58180945
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A closer look at the Power coat paint job on this monster

>> No.58180972
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Okay, /g/, i am finally going to buy a mechanical keyboard after using shitty keyboards for a long time.

I have isolated this two that I like, but can't decide which one would be better:

Gateron switch [73.68€]
Ajazz ak33 Zorro switch [56.58€]

>> No.58181017
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>keyboard with less keys costs more

someone explain this meme

>> No.58181027


>things that are not standard cost more

>> No.58181047

>Ajazz ak33 Zorro switch [56.58€]
Yeah I have this one, I like it and the blue led is nice at night, the keys are pretty light and I have been hitting keys near the ones I want because of how little force it takes to press down the key.
One other complaint is that the number 2 key has a @ on it but its actually " but I am thinking this is a driver problem and that I need to uninstall drivers from my old keyboards and reinstall the new one

>> No.58181066

Are using blue cherry switches similar to owning a normal $40 logitech keyboard? or would that keyboard be more similar to a black switch

>> No.58181145

what's with the Fkeyless keyboards.

Tenkeyless I can understand, it's a natural extrapolation from laptop keyboards, but what's with the drive to go smaller than that?

>> No.58181186

I got one for the portability meme, so it would vertically fit into my backpack

Worst decision of my life

>> No.58181277

not much of a point but there are few keyboards that have an f-row without the arrow key and the useless crap above row so it's usually one or the other
having f-keys on the fn layer isn't a big deal

>> No.58181374
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hey man, check your keyboard layout setting... this keyboard layout its US...

>> No.58181432

Oh shit you are right thanks man its working fine now

>> No.58181459
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What are some good accessories for pic related bad boy?
I also have a JP version so if you have anything good for it.
I already have PBT spacebars.

>> No.58181487

np, glad to help... :D am the guys with >58177322

>> No.58181494

Put it in the bin.

>> No.58181570

Like I did with my Cherry MX board?

>> No.58181585

redpill me on where to get some nice pbt's for hhkb pro 2

>> No.58181589

MX and overpriced rubber domes are trash

>> No.58181601

Get some of those MX compatible sliders off aliexpress, then whatever PBT caps you want.

>> No.58181641

Oh yeah? How are you liking your black version? I am pretty happy with the white one myself. Thought the keys wouldnt be clearly visible but the LED is suprisingly strong

>> No.58181656

is that all you need to convert topre to mx? or is there more stuff

>> No.58181664


I read these aren't as smooth as the stock realforce sliders, but you could probably just lube them.

>> No.58181735

You'll also need to cut your case open with a dremel

>> No.58181762

Also dont forget to weld the housings back together

>> No.58181776
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I don't know whether to get a black, red, or blue switch

>> No.58181790

Get ergo clear.

>> No.58181795

same procedure on a fc660c? or is it easier there

>> No.58181851

Get blues. Reds are cancer.

>> No.58181860
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delicious weeb keycaps

>> No.58181866

is the Gateron being so much better than Cherrymx a meme? they literally use the exact same parts and it seems so easy to just cherry pick shitty looking or used sliders and take pics with some new sliders because you have intense autism

>> No.58182002

Gateron is much smoother than Cherry MX, so yes.
I don't know why but I have Gaterons and MX of a switch tester and even my favorite MX switch, MX Clear, is rougher than any Gateron.
Even Gateron Brown isn't super rough like MX Brown.

>> No.58182048

>Gateron is much smoother than Cherry MX
You could not have made a more subjective statement.

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>> No.58182152
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Bought MasterKeys Pro S but getting an issue where the keyboard stops working and lighting effect goes to just some keys being shown (pic). What is it? Did I pay £100 for trash?

>> No.58182174

Does it do that across all themes?

>> No.58182193

What do they taste like?

>> No.58182200

That's pretty odd. Never had any issues with mine. Not sure if that would help, but have you tried a different cable? Maybe a different profile? You can also try to download the software on their website to update the firmware, maybe that helps.

>> No.58182206

What do you mean? I've got it on a wave theme where the whole keyboard just lights from one side to another. At times it just stops working (cannot press any keys + it randomly lights up a few keys and the wave effect is gone). Only way to fix it is just re-connecting (AFAIK)

>> No.58182219

Should probably just RMA it m8.

>> No.58182319

True, I have black with white led's ... at night I have the brightness on the lowest, before I go blind ... that's the part ... for the first mechanical keyboard this is very good I think... my swich are blue

>> No.58182320

hmm, in that case might as well just go with >>58182219

>> No.58182370
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Thinking about buying classic beige to throw on my custom ( still need to cut/stain wood for the sides) but I'd have strange keys for the modifiers that wouldn't be correct, still considering it just because these caps are too thin and feel like death

y? n?

I can't stand dsa caps btw

>> No.58182376

like sweet milk and marshmallows

>> No.58182462

Cherry MX Brown is a shit

>> No.58182678

so it IS a meme, I fucking knew it

>> No.58182724

I prefer the thicker bump on gateron browns

That's just me though.

I'm not that guy btw

>> No.58182738
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>so it IS a meme
as opposed to everything else related to mechanical keyboards

>> No.58182760


Tell me friend, how thick is classic/modern beige

1.5mm right?

>> No.58182767

It mostly applies to Gateron making better browns. That part isn't a meme. Cherry browns are pretty much a disappointment to most people who use them.

>> No.58182775
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just about, yeah

>> No.58182776

My panis is erect.

What set is this?

>> No.58182814


Thank you so much, that's a buy for me then.

>> No.58182826

my pleasure, they're very nice keycaps

currently waiting for this set


>> No.58182830

Is green switch any good? or just go with blue

>> No.58182832

modern beige from originative

>> No.58182837
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>Ducky One
>Brown Switches

d-did i get c-cucked?

>> No.58182863

was considering a fc660c in beige, does it get dirty with time?

>> No.58182886

can you take a shot of the full keyboard? How does the full thing look? That's pretty sexy.

>> No.58182889

Oh hey, I just got the Originative set, same color and everything. More or less the same thing, besides the little sushi, which I don't care for. They're pretty neat.

>> No.58182907



>> No.58182908
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Not that I noticed. It depends on how clean you keep your hands I guess, but I haven't noticed any signs of dirt on mine.

Pic related, keyboard in it's current state

Thanks for the heads up, got any pictures?

>> No.58182910


>> No.58182947

My phone camera is garbage, but I'll take some pictures as soon as I can. I have them on my Pok3r right now, just to test. Really tempted to get a Tada68 now though.

>> No.58182961

>Really tempted to get a Tada68 now though
I can very much recommend it. Best value in a keyboard I've ever come across.

>> No.58182992

I just bought a Logitech G910 Spectrum, and while I'm very happy with how it feels, its making guitar string like sound when I type or just tap the body of the keyboard that I didn't hear on the in store display model. anyone know if this is normal for mechanical keyboards or the G910?

Took a recording of the sound with my mic for reference.

>> No.58183047

Sounds good, it'll probably be my next keyboard then.

>> No.58183143

What's the most aesthetic full-size keyboard out there?

>> No.58183151

I just wanted to say this is an unexpectedly comfy general

>> No.58183172

Ducky One with IBM Grey keycaps.

>> No.58183182

>tfw want a cm storm quickfire tk
>want a mechanical keyboard that isn't tenkeyless
>every mechanical keyboard seems to be tenkeyless

why is this a thing

>> No.58183186
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post comfy keyboards

>> No.58183188

So you can keep the mouse closer to the homerow.

>> No.58183202

I have a full-sized keyboard and my mouse is like 30 cm away from the right edge of my numpad

>> No.58183213

Where can I buy those keycaps? The only ones I'm finding are ones that are made for buckling switches

>> No.58183245

Gateron>cherry>any other cherry clone

>> No.58183268
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>my mouse is like 30 cm away from the right edge of my numpad
do you hate yourself or what's the reasoning behind that?

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uh ok

>> No.58183308
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fucking cucks jerking off to hipster keycaps

literally every vendor in 2017 is making either crappy unusable $10 shitboards or mitsumi shitboards or some overpriced mechanical gimmicks with half the keys for 5x the price

almost no no-nonsense scissor models with classic pc layout left
that's all your fault, cucks

>> No.58183323

Scissor switches are shit m8.

>> No.58183328

no you are shit m9
fucking consumerists

>> No.58183355

i bought the apex m800, it was on sale, did i fuck up?

>> No.58183357

Rubber dome boards were never anything more than a cheapshit replacement for real mechanical keyboards.

As the years went on companies didn't want to pay out hundreds (when you account for inflation) for a single board. A model F was the equivalent of $900 back when they were new. IBM beamsprings were considerably more expensive than that.

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pic related, this is about where it's comfortable (distance-wise)

I don't know what kind of tiny-ass faggot desks you people have to have such space problems

>> No.58183385

What keyboard and keycaps are those m8?

>> No.58183387

It's not a problem with desks being too small. It's that reaching over to the right to use the mouse isn't ergonomic. This is assuming you have the keyboard centered while typing.

>> No.58183401
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They are good enough to type fast while not wanting to throw the keyboard out of your window like non-scissor rubber dome boards. Everything above is completely subjective.

Don't even start to pitch me shlomo.

>> No.58183423
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Filco Majestouch 2 with Ducky thicc PBT blanks

I don't really reach back and forth between the keyboard and mouse while working since I'm a keyboard-only user; the mouse is just there for the odd gaming and idle browsing (when I'm not actively typing stuff)

>> No.58183425

The point of mechanical keyboards isn't "muh lightning fast WPMs". Typing on short throw rubber dome boards where you're essentially doing nothing but banging your fingers against the blackplate is awful.

>> No.58183437

I'm new to mechanical keyboards, one thing I noticed in this thread ... why the sometimes ppl posts images of keyboards with guns ... o.o

just curiosity

>> No.58183465
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>The point of mechanical keyboards isn't "muh lightning fast WPMs"
Yes, that's what I'm talking about.
>Typing on short throw rubber dome boards where you're essentially doing nothing but banging your fingers against the blackplate is awful.
Yes, that's what I'm talking about: that's subjective. Speak for yourself.

You started the hype, now everyone is trying to sell me bells and whistles I don't really need, and almost nobody is making middle-range boards. I don't like that.

>> No.58183478

CM quickfire is a solid 'mid-range' board. $80 for something of comparable quality to a $150 filco. You're welcome.

>> No.58183483

>This is assuming you have the keyboard centered while typing.
I don't, I have it aligned so that my left hand naturally ends up on WSAD without requiring rotation of the wrist or an unnatural arm angle. I have both of my arms on their respective arm rest, parallel to my body

>> No.58183610

because it's an enthusiasts hobby to be into computer parts/guns. also men generally like to show off things with their hands/guns.

>> No.58183619

How can be a non-scissor keyboard solid, and how exactly is $80 for rubber domes not overpriced? I think we are hitting the levels of consumerism that shouldn't even be possible.
> muh build quality
I've had a $20 BTC scissor keyboard for 8 years without a single problem, it's been rock solid until I've spilled the coffee. Now I'm on a chinese A4Tech KV-300H with scissors, you can shit on it all you want, but it looks okay and it doesn't go anywhere because it completely satisfies my needs, unlike 99% of rubberdomes (especially long stroke ones which are unbearable). Unfortunately there's very few models like this.

>> No.58183668

make sense... thanks

>> No.58183729

>and how exactly is $80 for rubber domes not overpriced?
Topre makes you pay $200 for rubber domes

>> No.58183731

>How can be a non-scissor keyboard solid, and how exactly is $80 for rubber domes not overpriced?
Are you ESL m8? This sentence was painful to decrypt. Anyway, the cm quickfire is not a rubber dome board. Them being made (by costar) at the same factor as filcos probably has a lot to do with them being high quality boards.

>> No.58183732

This. I've never even touched a mechanical keyboard except maybe at a friend's house in the 90s. I've looked at the diagrams, I've listened to the different on YouTube, but I still don't know what would feel best for me. I'd be using it for gaming and most people say reds are the best but some people say blues or browns or blacks are better FUCK.

>> No.58183752


>> No.58183876

just buy the freshest hottest meme, it werks everytime

>> No.58183910

Is double-shot worse? I saw two ducky one keyboards. the one with was cheaper, so I'm guessing it's worse?

>> No.58183932

Hey /g/
Hope y'all well , so i got like 100$ ( so 80-90€ in my country ) and i don't really know what mechanial keyboard/what quality i can get for the price so , i'm there to know if you can help me.
Thanks tho

>> No.58183937

Worse than what? I assume you mean PBT dyesubs, but then nowadays there are POM/PBT doubleshots. If you mean ABS, they'll eventually shine up with use, whereas PBT won't.

>> No.58183956

Ah, thanks for clearing that up. I wasn't good at explaining that.

>> No.58184044

Ducky One or CM Storm Quickfire?

>> No.58184052

Need help finding a compact keyboard with blank keycaps.

>Location (continent at least)
North America
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Blue
>Form factor
>Previous/current keyboards
I currently have a Leopold FC750RT that I'm really happy with.

>> No.58184059

When you're pushing down on it it feels smoother like MX Blue is to Brown.
>implying mechanical keyboards aren't a meme
I still like MX Clears but Gateron is smoother even than them.

>> No.58184111
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I can't tell if your implication detector is broken or if you're just repeating what I was implying

>> No.58184121

>If you mean ABS, they'll eventually shine up with use, whereas PBT won't.
PBT will shine slower than ABS, but it'll still shine.
My HHKB that's 2 years old seems to have a little shine but the keys still feel textured, which is most important to me.
And the keys aren't ABS-shiny.

>> No.58184145

Gateron whites :^)

>> No.58184248
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I did too! They're great

How long have some of you guys owned one? I really hope it lasts long...

>> No.58184279

I've owned by JP Type-S for a little longer than 2 years and bought a normal one.
I also got a Bird wrist rest (non-leather one), the extra keycaps, and the 20th-anniversary keyboard cover.
Where did you buy your HHKB?

>> No.58184334

>Type S

For a second I was excited to see a good keyboard featured.

>> No.58184383
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unfortunately i bought an iso keyboard, so i had to scratch the modifiers in the set. i think there are pictures of the full set in the geekhack forum thread for the original group buy

>> No.58184389

What's the deal with PBT spacebars? I guess they've been a thing for years, but what's special about them?

>> No.58184396
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>Cherry MX Clear
>stems are opaque

>> No.58184415

PBT spacebars are harder to make than other caps because of their size

>> No.58184418

I've owned a Ducky Zero (with blues) for about a year now and I'm extremely happy with it. I'm thinking about buying a second keyboard though.

I want a smaller keyboard that I can take with me and use in my laptop. I love blues but since I'll be using this at work I'll want something quieter.

The HHKB looks good, but I was hoping for something cheaper.

>> No.58184422

The word you're looking for is "translucent".

>> No.58184424

PBT is preferred to ABS by most people, but because of the plastic's properties it's harder to make larger caps without warping.

>> No.58184428

A lot of OEMs make ABS spacebars.
So people buy PBT spacebars to replace them.
They have more bending/deformation.

>> No.58184514

I have some Chinese PBT spacebars and they aren't very deformed.
I wonder what's stopping say PFU from making PBT spacebars.
Maybe the Chinese throw away the shitty ones.

>> No.58184522
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they aren't, though

>> No.58184548

rk61 for 60 bucks

>> No.58184559


Do HHKB's ship with ABS spacebars though?

>> No.58184584

yes they do

>> No.58184601

guess that explains why just it turned perfectly shiny over 4 years. Is that the only ABS key that should come with it?

>> No.58184617

Space bar is the only one

>> No.58184632

Alright, thanks for answering silly noob questions. Last one would be the best place to order a PBT space.

>> No.58184636
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>CM Quickfire Rapid
>One year after use and the letters are fading

W-What now lads?

>> No.58184637

I have a Tai-hao one that arrived deformed beyond use, to fit it on my keyboard in the first place I had to heat it up and bend it straighter, even then it frequently got stuck in the downward position when I pressed it.

>> No.58184647

Get thick PBT keycaps.

>> No.58184666

Massdrop has some every now and then. Other then that you can buy them on ebay or aliexpress

>> No.58184685

do this >>58184647 but make them blank

>> No.58184698
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Cheapest mech keyboard that looks simple?

Something like the lolita or similar.

I dislike quickfires and their star trek font as well as gaymare accents.

>> No.58184726

>pad printed abs

You have no one to blame but yourself. Not even mid range rubber domes use pad printing. Luckily you can get double shot keycaps for like 30 bucks

>> No.58184777
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The lolita has a tame font compared to the other cheap keyboards out there. The only other option I know off would be the tomoko for $35

>> No.58184813


Thanks bro, looks decent enough. That logo needs to be spraypainted though.

>> No.58184837

Yes, but the JP versions do not.
Alibaba or Aliexpress.
Were you unable to return it?

>> No.58184927

Where can I buy them

>> No.58184990

Well what country are you in. I know massdrop ships internationally and they have a set of LED compatible doubleshot keycaps on there right now. There are other places if you want more premium keycaps like PBT dye sublimated printing

>> No.58185025

I'm in the US

>> No.58185067

>All these fucking EagleTec keyboards with WASD on the arrow keys

Holy shit, I'm mad. I'm looking for something for gayming but this makes absolutely no sense.

>> No.58185077

you've got mechanicalkeyboards.com, keyclack, and try reading the FAQs linked in the OP next time

>> No.58185078

What do you think of these


>> No.58185116

Any of you guys used either the Steelseries Apex M500 or the Rosewill RK-9000V2? Looking for opinions on both.

>> No.58185122
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They are super cheap keycaps and will work perfectly fine. I wouldn't expect them to last that long since they are made from ABS

>> No.58185123


Unless you're playing Starcraft, you're probably better off with a rubber dome. You're not really getting any advantage using a mech and the noise is fucking annoying.

>> No.58185141

I know the 9000v2s are just a re-branded Filco keyboards now

>> No.58185147


what about these lads

>> No.58185157

Its like 30 bucks tho for a mechanical keyboard

>> No.58185162

Is that good? Sorry, new to mechanicals. I've been using the same shitty Dell rubber dome since 2005. The only mechanical I've ever used is a Model M back on my old IBM desktop, which I should've kept.

>> No.58185165
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>order of MOD-M & MOD-H switches shipped out

>> No.58185181

Yes. Filcos are nothing if not revered for their good build quality.

>> No.58185192

Yeah, but they're so damn cheap now anyway, might as well get a mechanical. Plus I type a lot too so that's a plus. though red switches are probably shit for typing. Might get brown.

>> No.58185201

They will definitely last longer. Is your keyboard backlit? I'm asking because you can get the non led compatible version of those keycaps as well

>> No.58185213

Except for their godawful shitty keycaps that will fad away after a couple months of heavy use.

>> No.58185215

Hey, thanks for the info. Looking at them now they're about $90. I figure I'd go with brown switches due to them being considered the middle ground (so I'm told), and I don't really care about the clicking. I do a mix of typing and video games.

>> No.58185220

go to a electronics store go to keyboard section tap on keyboards go outside

>> No.58185227

probably for a shitty one

>> No.58185229

>go outside

>> No.58185233

Yea the stock caps are shit. Remember to get thick PBT dyesubs kids. Thick doubleshots are fine too.

>> No.58185236

>cheap now
where are you searching for them? most decent ones ive seen are from 50-150. honestly if theres no advantage for gaming with a blue switch i wont bother

>> No.58185250

How can they charge $150+ for a keyboard and give you PAD PRINTED keycaps. Like wtf? At least Ducky gives you doubleshots

>> No.58185264
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>> No.58185266

They could at the time since they were among the first to offer modern keyboards with a variety of switches.

>> No.58185283

Yea, nowadays it's hard to justify since competition has ramped up in the past few years. At the time they were some of the best built boards out there. Sturdy case, no skimping on the PCB, etc.

>> No.58185286

Filco is old news. Leopold is king.

I wish leopold made a topre version of the 750.

>> No.58185296
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Then why are they still doing it

>> No.58185311

People are still buying them, if I had to guess.

>> No.58185315

Because people are still willing to pay for it?

That's how you make money

>> No.58185536

Hey guys I'm looking to get a new keyboard for gaymen, I've been leaning towards the Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire, thoughts? I want the pretty LEDs and I like the idea of shorter keys because I also do a lot of typing. Currently I have a Razer Deathstalker (for 3 years now) and almost instantly regretted it

>> No.58185584

If you want silver cherry mx switches there are other options that are much better.
For example everything made by ducky.

Not only is the shine 6 cheaper, but it is also much better built and has a standard row

>> No.58185719

ordered a pok3r with mx clears as a present to myself and despite that being the Flavor of the Month combo when it comes to 60% boards that aren't the HHKB i'm actually looking forward to it

clear switches feel nice on the tester that i have and this'll be my first 60% board too

>> No.58185722

where can I get keycaps for my ninja majestouch 2 in Canada?

>> No.58185730

It's not as bad because it's ninja printing, but it still sucks.

>> No.58185755
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Are the Romer G switches found in Logitech keyboards linear or tactile?

I suppose linear but I cant find a confirming source on google for it.

And any general consensus on Logitech mechanical keyboards in general? Looking at the G810 at the moment.

>> No.58185825
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Linear, with a rubbery feeling at the bottom of the keystroke. I wouldn't recommend them.

Logitech keyboards are shit. Dead LEDs, non-standard bottom rows and even non-standard stabilizer placement is what awaits you should you actually waste your money on one.

>> No.58185871

>keeps posting the same shitty pics over and over again
>uses thick ass solder
>no anti-static mat
>shitty fan with no carbon filter

gtfo pleb

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here's another one

Ah yes, I forgot that these cherry switches are tiny SMD components and not fat ass THT contacts.
And yes, I'm very worried about frying them with static, that's why they're considered to be so extra durable. Because they're really tiny and sensitive to static.

You should be able to tell from the label in which direction the fan blows, which would tell you that a carbon filter in that arrangement makes no sense.

Anything else I can help you with?

>> No.58185949

hurr what about the logic board? aren't touching that? plus, use a solder sucker you pleb, stop wasting copper.

>> No.58185974

That backlighting is sexy.
How long does the board last with it on?

>> No.58186001
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Why would I have to touch the logic board when soldering/desoldering switches?
And I have a solder sucker right here, I don't know what you're on about.

Forever as long as you keep the cable plugged in.

>> No.58186056

>Why would I have to touch the logic board when soldering/desoldering switches?
who said you had to touch it while soldering? you need a static mat at all times, static electricity doesn't show up just because you're doing solder work.

>> No.58186115

>who said you had to touch it while soldering?
nobody said that

>you need a static mat at all times
>tfw have to carry static mat everywhere to prevent myself from accidentally hurling bolts of lightning from my fingers

>> No.58186132

Pok3r is legit dog

>> No.58186136

are there any boards with cherry switches that look like hhkb?

>> No.58186152

duck viper, and some other korean customs probably.

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>> No.58186185

nevermind buddy, you're obviously a retard that likes to contradict himself.

>> No.58186195
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>> No.58186215
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Out of the two of us, I can't tell which one of us is enjoying himself more, but whichever it is, he sure is having a good time.

Thanks for the entertainment at three in the morning anon

>> No.58186232

there was this set, but now its gone. The seller still has similar kits tho

>> No.58186360

Thanks for the reply!

I suppose I'll just go with a standard cherry mx board instead.

Is there any specific brand that does not have wobbly keys like the corsair models?
I only ever tried clicking on a mechanical keyboard once and the wobbly keys of that display model did make me feel a bit off on the idea (corsair k70 I think, no idea what switch but it was to loud to be a rubberdome)

>> No.58186391
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>Is there any specific brand that does not have wobbly keys like the corsair models?
anything with cherry mx switches

Don't get a corsair either.

Take a look at ducky keyboards

>> No.58186459

Don't worry man, Joel is an insufferable queer that just deflects

>> No.58186481

Hey , any good mechanical keyboard for ~~90$ ?

>> No.58186552

get rubber domes, mechanical keyboards are just a meme.

>> No.58186570

fucking chink spacebars
I just hit 97 WPM with it on my HHKB with one but they are so shitty.
They make an annoying noise so I can't use them.
They're also bent as fuck.
Why the hell did I spend $50 on 4 of then when none of them work!

>> No.58186591

My pointer fingers are super red and the cuticles have been pushed back pretty far as proof.

>> No.58186598

Straighten them with a hot air gun m8.

>> No.58186647

If PFU would sell replacement PBT spacebars for $15, I'd buy.
Wouldn't it be difficult for me to soften PBT enough for it to be straightened?
I'm going to write some bad reviews about them.

>> No.58186661

You could do it with a hairdryer and patience. If you have a real hot air gun you'd have to worry about not melting the plastic.

>> No.58186684

I was thinking of a hot glue gun...

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>> No.58187010

we need a new thread, stat

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my new keyboard.

cherry mx blue
what does mkg think?

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>clueboard shop is STILL down
>alps keycaps massdrop ends tonight
>no time to price compare

>> No.58187207

i had a logitech G910 for a while. i loved it because of the media keys but the shape of the keycaps was less than optimal and the key response was disappointing. i kept using it for over a year because of the media keys and the volume knob (i listen to a lot of music) but yes. i have recently moved to a legitimate cherry MX board and i love it.

>> No.58187384

You could use AutoHotKey for macro functions.

>> No.58187416

Like the motherboard company?

>> No.58187430

your right. like i said i recently moved away from that platform. with my new keyboard the only thing i dont have that i did in my logitech G910 are familiarity and a kool little wheel for the volume. i hate relearning keyboards.

you buy a new keyboard and your like "this is awesome i love the look and feel" but then you realize that you dont type as well as you did and all of the sudden your new keyboard that you spent $X for seems inadequate.

yeah i was suprised too. i didnt expect a good keyboard from them but it honestly supplies everything that i want from a keyboard at the best price.

>> No.58187450

My first was the Aivia Osmium.

>> No.58187508

how was the longevity of it?

ive got a gigabyte power supply and its awesome but ive never owned a keyboard from them so im not sure what to expect. ive got hopes but that will only get you so far.

>> No.58187519

I didn't keep it for longer than a month because it was too big.
I replaced it with a Choc Mini.
Later I heard about a LED life issues.
Today I'm using a HHKB and making /mkg/s.

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good night /mkg/

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