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tada68 edition

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

previous: >>61234781

>> No.61260560

/mkg/ is autism

>> No.61260646

i like the other thread better

>> No.61260999

other thread is Massdrop spam.

>> No.61261016

How so?

>> No.61261077

OP image in that thread is the keycap set that Massdrop currently shills heavily. I got 3 fucking emails about it yesterday.

>> No.61261090

You'd only know about them if you used massdrop yourself.

>> No.61261167

what kind of an argument is that, spammer? yes, I'm subbed to their emails but never bought anything. their shit is way overpriced.
go back to spamming other forums... gotta make your rupees somehow.

>> No.61261169

you have to sign up just to browse the site

>> No.61261211

>I'm too retarded to put ?mode=guest_open in the URL

>> No.61261265
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now try browsing the rest of the site pajeet

>> No.61261309

>#signup triggers a signup form
Wow who would've guessed.

>> No.61261313

kill yourself

>> No.61261314
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can't see prices that way, butthurt retard.
anyway, fuck spammers. let's talk keyboards!

what;s the consensus on this? worth it or are the keycaps a deal breaker?

>> No.61261433

>other thread is massdrop spam
>OP image is from md but the posts aren't about it at all
>This thread full of MD shills
Really makes you use more than 10% of your brain.

>> No.61261464

>>This thread full of MD shills
it's the same shill from the other thread.

>> No.61261545

>tfw when you are retarded and accidentally didn't look at shipping costs
>tfw you bought a 30$ used keyboard with 35$ shipping

>> No.61261792

hmm touch typing at key br, having trouble with R, is it for index or middle? i find both to be always fighting for R.

also im having trouble going back to home row every word, do i have to do this?

>> No.61261874

>hmm touch typing at key br, having trouble with R, is it for index or middle? i find both to be always fighting for R.

>also im having trouble going back to home row every word, do i have to do this?
no, might be a good idea to do it in the beginning while you're learning, but do whatever works for you

>> No.61262269

the tada68 guy who wants new tkl here

what about KUL ES-87 with mx greens and blank black enjoypbt keycaps?

i really like it on pictures

>> No.61262274
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The Rantopad MXX I ordered just arrived, and being my first mech ever I'm quite pleased with the build. Was having a tough time finding an 80%, brown switch and blue backlight keyboard, so I got an RGB one and I'll just set it to solid blue. Might prepare a mini review later if anyone is interested.

>> No.61262376

cant find any info on the keycaps, so im assuming they are shitty, shiny abs caps

get thicc pbt keycaps and you are set for a long time, unless you wanna try blue switches

>> No.61262434


I'm not an expert by any means, and I'm not at home right now, but from what I saw they seem to be ABS sadly (the ABS guns I used to play airshit with feel similar). Otoh, some people report standard sized keycaps, so in theory I can swap them down the road.

>> No.61262476


Oh and I went in on browns willingly. I do got a tester previously, and I prefered the tactile, but more lightweight and quiet switches

>> No.61262485
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Got this beauty today from amazon. 80 euros refurbished. Did I do good /g?

>> No.61262493

Should... should we tell him?

>> No.61262506

I knew there was something fishy here. Bring it on, friend.

>> No.61262645

im not your friend, pal

>> No.61262652

yeah sounds good

>> No.61262677

i'm not your pal, buddy

>> No.61262679

I'm not your pal, buddy.

>> No.61262684

The non-flashy Logitechs are fairly good. I actually prefer their own Romer-G switches when it comes to backlighting as it doesn't just flood light everywhere and keeps the light directed a the keys. Shame the are using more Cherry MX now. But 80 euro for a refurb is pretty expensive. I guess that's why you're called yuropoors.

>> No.61262695

Fucking copy cat :( we were sharing some memberberries for two.

>> No.61262713

I'm not you buddy, pleb.

>> No.61262732

The regular price is 90 euros. It was 10 less because the box got a bit scratched in shipping. But it was unopened, seems to work fine for now.

I actually like it for now :D

>> No.61262778

I'm not a pleb, scoundrel.

>> No.61262815


>> No.61262826

Shit, I blew my cover.

>> No.61262969
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This just arrived yesterday

I find myself wishing I had got a keyboard with a backlight though.

>> No.61262984

The most german keyboard ever.

>> No.61263019

you just need better keycaps that just need the monitor light for you to be able to see them

>> No.61263092

this might be one of worst keyboards for the money in 2017

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You fucked up, enjoy your permanent cheap ABS keycaps. Hopefully you won't get key chatter issues from the dual leaf contacts.

>> No.61263173

Yeah I'm probably going to buy some blank key caps for the alphabetic keys and have them in white, with red WASD keys because I'm a gigantic faggot


>> No.61263178
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>I find myself wishing I had got a keyboard with a backlight though.
Eeeeew! Lights on a kb are disgusting.

Your should be wishing that you had gone with a the true pro model.

Anyway, excellent choice nonetheless.

>> No.61263281

>Your should be wishing that you had gone with a the true pro model.
I can't find the {}[; %$&* by touch (yet).

Tbh as I typed that and looked down at my current keyboard and realised that I've had the backlight disabled for the last two years. I'll be fine. Might get some plain white keycaps though

>> No.61263332

Lads, I think I might be a raging homo. I walked into Best Buy more than half a year ago and tried out some Corsair board with those "silent" linear switches. The thing is, I can't stop thinking about it. I want to get linear switches with the smoothest stem, put thick PBT caps on em, and start typing a million words at once.

>> No.61263367

>I can't find the {}[; %$&* by touch (yet).
if you have an IQ over 100, I'm sure you could learn some keystrokes. don't be a fucking dolt. learn how to type.

>Tbh as I typed that and looked down at my current keyboard and realised that I've had the backlight disabled for the last two years. I'll be fine. Might get some plain white keycaps though
I prefer darker blanks caps because they don't show any sign of dirt or dust. go with black or dolch dark gray PBTs for alphas.

>> No.61263491

I used to have a corsair strafe with mx silents, was pretty happy at the time.

Now typing on a topre clone (plum 87) and even happier, shits godlike.

>> No.61263521

Good point, modifiers in white then?

>> No.61263527

If you just care about actuation distance, just get a Topre board that can change its actuation to like 0.1mm.

If you just want the smoothest switch, get Gateron Clears or Reds.

>> No.61263683

doesn't matter. just use whatever comes with your alphas. most will give you a whole bunch of extra keys because no one really sells alphas alone... don't waste money on extra caps.

>> No.61264037

das has gone down in quality and they started using cheaper switches but teir prices stayed the same.

with that said, at the price they are asking, there are better options.

>> No.61264138

How much voltage does a led mech keyboard need?

I have a bluetooth adapter, battery powered, but it cant power my keyboard with 5v.

>> No.61264192

there's no problem with reds in itself. its when people make misinformed decision because of gaymen meme. but i suggest buying a switch tester from amazon and then return it so you can get a better idea.

i thought i didn't like clicky until i tried greens. also blacks feel comfy

>> No.61264327

the one he got still has cherry mx switches

btw fuck this captcha, why am i even on this site, fuck everything

>> No.61264550
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Logitech 810 or Leopold FC750R?
Speed corsair so fast for me, but corsair brown so slow for me.
What cherry i need?

>> No.61264581

FC750R and
>"fast" "slow"
what the fuck do you mean are you retarded

>> No.61264602

Probably referring to the weight required for the key press. MX reds would be fast, MX greens being slow. At least that's how I interpreted it.

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yep this
no you

>> No.61264639
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So I'm back at home, and mind you, I'm still a novice regarding mech keyboards. But seeing the keycaps, I think I can safely say
>well shit

BUT, and there's always a BUT, this meh keycaps, and the fixed feet (and to an extent the complicated system to set the backlight, at least when driverless) are the only issues I'm finding so far. In general I think I like what I got for only 70€, and that is an rgb keyboard with a sturdy ?aluminium? chassis (at least compared to my old rubber dome), and Gateron switches.
Now first of all, give me an hand here, these look like standard sized keycaps right?
One thing that pleased me is seeing a fat usb connector for the keyboard, and notched at that, so it fits snugly under the dedicated slot under the keyboard. I did test standard usb connectors in it and they still fit relatively tightly, so no issue replacing it if the cable fails.
As for the keys themselves, they do feel nice enough (while they're still new anyway), have not much play, and save for the spacebar, virtually no rattle.
Speaking of which, the spacebar feels very tightly secured when I try to pull it out, would like to see how it's secured underneath to see if it's easily swappable. Is this normal behaviour?

>> No.61264661

It sounded like he was saying he typed well on silver/speed switches and badly on browns, in which case I think reds would probably be the closest you can get in most premade baords since silvers are uncoomon.

>> No.61264672

I can give you a choice based off of brand alone.

>crappy Romer-G switches
>crappy ABS thin keycaps

>actual Cherry switches
>usually PBT keycaps

Leopold is a good brand, and you should never under any circumstances get a Logitech board. A fucking Razer board is better now.

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I was planning to only post about the backlight if asked about it, but fuck it I have it ready anyway.

Backlight looks very uniform, which pleased me, and color me surprised and relieved, it HAS onboard memory. So if I plug it off, or turn off the pc, it saves the backlight setting, and doesn't become a christmas tree when booting up.
But setting it up is...interesting. Well it is fully featured, that's for sure, but also complicated as fuck.
Score 1 for the keyboard first of all: hitting the Fn key lights up in white any keys with available functions, a neat little feature I think. But ok, here we go:
Fn+F10 seems to switch between single color and multicolor setting. I say seems, it shows slightly different behaviours depending on the lighting effects.
Fn+F11 cycles between the different lighting effects, such as color waves, breathing, turn the light off, etc. This doesn't have the solid backlight by itself, I'll get to that in a second.
Fn+F12 sets what the lighting does with a key pressed. It can be turn the light off on that key individually, send a color wave across the keyboard, towards the key, or do nothing.
Fn+Arrow Keys set a constant background color, even when no lighting effects are activated. Start with Fn+Up Arrow, and the whole keyboard turns off, set the amount of RGB using Fn+The other Arrow keys (the light up with each color accordingly, you can even mix colors, it is RGB after all), and Fn+Up again to exit this mode.
So, to achieve the solid blue I wanted, I had to set:
>Fn+F10 - Single Color
>Fn+F11 - No lighting effects
>Fn+F12 - Do nothing on key press
>Solid blue background

>> No.61264709

i'm considering buying one
where did you get it for 70 euro?

>> No.61264720

Those caps are as thin as thin can be, you really should change them ASAP.
Having a USB-A connector instead of Mini is pretty cool. Those LEDs look weird as fuck, and hopefully don't interfere with something in thick Cherry profile.

Check if the spacebar uses Cherry stabilizers or just wires. I have a feeling you're going to have to "push" the wire off the spacebar to remove it.

>> No.61264753

So a friend gave me this, and in theory it would be really nice except the membrane keys are absolute fucking mushy garbage. My $10 curved microsoft membrane kb feels better. This is supposed to be used for gaming, but I'd take greens over this. They're heavy AND mushy.

Is there anything at all I could do to mod this? Or would I be better off making my own from scratch? Do you think I could realistically reuse the casing and replace the guts with my own PCB, switches, and controller, and perhaps retain the use of the joystick and maybe even the screen?

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>tfw forget picture

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Ebay, from a store that's claims being owned by Drevo, at least from their pamphlet. If I'm not mistaken, it's the only store selling the RGB version of the MXX there anyway. They also sell it with Blue and Black switches, Red seems to be sold out, shame really, my cousin wanted one with red switches after seeing this one.
Btw I was the entire time praying it wouldn't be seized by customs, but lady luck was on my side for this one.

>> No.61264899

I'm looking for a nice Mechanical Keyboard full size. Black preferred with white back light. Or RGB that includes white. I really want haptic feedback where it's very clicky but is pressed down semi easily.

>> No.61264909
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Sadly I'll need help on this, my knowledge is limited. No wires to be seen, are these the fabled Cherry stabilizers?

>> No.61264917

If you are le pro gaymer and think something like this would actually be useful, might as well get the nice one from razer.

>> No.61264919
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what it this keyboard and keycups?

>> No.61264943

How much do you want to spend, lil nigga?

>> No.61264949
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No one responded to you last time because there's absolutely nothing you can do to "mod" it. You'd have to make 3D printed caps, 3D printed plate, wire all your cables to a controller and lose the screen and joystick, and that's only IF that small plastic case can hold the wiring, switches, and plate.

Or you can just make one of these.

>> No.61264952

That's the KUL ES87. Dont know the keycaps.

>> No.61264968

Nice, that looks like an aluminum plate too. Decent keyboard, but you need to swap caps.

>> No.61264990


My cousin bought it recently, against my tries to sway him off, but anyway, yes it can be modded with switches, there are a couple tutorials floating around in Google.

>> No.61265040


Nice, thanks. I've been thinking about caps for a while, but for now these will have to suffice. When the paint starts to rub off I'll see about grabbing some nice pbt keycaps.
Thanks again.

>> No.61265645
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>$150 or less preferably
>cherry red or similar linear switch
>TKL, bonus if it has a numpad but not necessary
>RGB backlights
>current KB is a quickfire tk with blues and blue only back-lighting
ultimately I've been leaning a bit towards this https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=2415 but I'm honestly not a fan of the keyboards aesthetics overall, although it is the only keyboard I could find that fits what I want outside of that (especially with the PBT keycaps)
Can anyone vouch for this keyboard/recommend something better?
I was also considering this thing https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=2097 because I like the way it looks, but the faux rgb backlighting and ABS keycaps are a bit of a turn off

>> No.61265659

Read again
>my friend gave me this
Incidentally, he did so because he got the nice one from razer for himself. Personally I'm wouldn't to spend money on that, but since I have it now, might as well make the best of it.

Thanks, that's what I thought. Seems possible if you're in love with the general shape and feel, but definitely not worth it for me.

>> No.61265756
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I have a Ducky one and I bought it specifically for the minimalistic case. I went for the one with dye-sub PBT keycaps, and as far as keyboards go its great. It has a steel plate which helps give the plastic case a lot of stability making it hard to flex, and the keycaps are very thicc at 1.5 mm. There are plenty of other software features since the keyboard is mostly programmable, but there is no dedicated software to help you program it. It kinda sucks that Ducky raised the prices on all their keyboards by 10 bucks since they were so popular, but I think its still worth it.

>> No.61266326

all backlit keyboards will be shitty looking, the good keycaps don't shine through so you should have pure white leds if anything, but you don't even need a backlight when the keycap has good visibility like >>61265756

>> No.61266372

oh and if you don't need the backlights then consider the following, it's programmable and comes with thick pbt cherry profile keycaps


>> No.61266462

that keyboard looks pretty great, only issue is I've never tried a gateron switch
Which gat would you say is a good facsimile for cherry reds? Or even something in between reds/blacks

>> No.61266479

Just get a tada68 with 35g gateron clears. you don't need RGBT gaymer leds. A white backlight is just fine.

>> No.61266557

Anyone know any quality keyboard base for modding but with alternative layout such as the swedish querty?

>> No.61266569


>> No.61266588

How expensive and memey do you want to go? NerD keyboards are a place to start, or GH60 if you want something for sub 100 bucks

>> No.61266666

gateron red is like cherry mx red but smoother

>> No.61266728

also look at gateron yellow, but i'm not sure which version of gateron yellow they're selling, probably the newer one, but the first version of gateron yellow was heavier than black

>Recently, I acquired a custom 60% board with Gateron Yellows, and I really like typing with these switches. In marked contrast to any Cherry mx switch I've tried, Gateron Yellows feel just about right -- they have an actuation force of 50g - 55g (about the same as Gateron Blacks but lighter than Cherry Blacks at 60g - 65g), but their bottoming-out force of ~65g is less than that of Gateron Blacks (~70g) or Cherry Blacks ~80g.

>There is some confusion about Gateron Yellows, because apparently there was an earlier version that had a very high bottoming-out force -- these were dubbed "Super Blacks", which were very different from the current generation of Gateron Yellows.


>> No.61266785

oh they actually say the actuation force on the aliexpress listing

>--3) Gateron switch actuation forces:
> Gateron mx brown/red/blue: 45g;
> Gateron mx yellow/green: 55g;

>> No.61266834

swedish layout is just the ISO physical layout with different keycap legends

>> No.61266881

Have a board with gat greens and they sure as fuck aren't 55g, they're much heavier than cherry blues.

>> No.61267011

>thick good pbts
>good choice of gat switches
Why is this barely shilled compared to the tada68? Only downside is that it's a bit bigger.

>> No.61267155

guess it didn't reach meme status

have the topre clone version, it's pretty damn good

>> No.61267157

Compared to the TADA
>The keyboard isn't programmable
>The LED version has these shitty laser etched keycaps
>with less switch options
>And shitty 3mm LEDS.
If they actually cared they'd spend the extra money and use 2x3x4 leds or SMD leds like the TADA

>> No.61267171

>can see the LEDs shine through
nice memes

>> No.61267173

>buying a keyboard with leds
what are you, 12?

>> No.61267216

Kill yourselves fag boys

>> No.61267601

i was referring to the non-backlit gateron red version dumbasses

>> No.61267646

I feel pretty fucking retarded, but I can't seem to find a keyboard that checks all my boxes.

>Full size
>Red Switches
>Detachable Cable

Are red switches dead? I initially bought red as my first keyboard because >gaming!!1 but now i'm so used to them, I cannot seem to comfortably use any other switches.

>> No.61267737

fullsize isn't that popular among keyboard enthusiasts, but how about a ducky one, but you could take pretty much any keyboard and mod it to make the cable removable

>> No.61267744

Just get a Ducky One

>> No.61267852

>shitty brown switches
>rgb shit
you've gone full retard, kid

>> No.61267865

Are gateron blues still shit?

>> No.61267899

Why get a mechanical keyboard for $100 when you can get a normal one for less than $10?

>> No.61267921

Wrong general. People here buy $10 mechanical keyboards, and get bullied by people who buy $200 rubber dome keyboards

>> No.61267966

Because I can.

>> No.61267971

they're as good as cherry now, because cherry got new molds, so cherry are as smooth and have as loud a click as gateron

>> No.61267997

why get a gaming mouse for $80 when you can get a normal one for less than $8?

>> No.61268079

I can get good mech keyboards for less than $10 and those keyboards will last more than your ten bucks "cheap and convenient" rubber dome.

>> No.61268250
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I actually have the money to buy the keyboard in op's image.
Does anyone own one and can give me their review of it?
I love the look of it and it's the kind of keyboard I've wanted for a long time and I want to know if it's worth the money.

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am I master race yet?

>> No.61268281

$200 rubber domes
absolutely disgusting desu

>> No.61268288

>overpriced rubber domes
>overpriced unix layout

>> No.61268324

not over $200
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
cherry or gateron blue or green
usa, works with the most widely used layout
>Form factor
60%, or tkl
preferably no but doens't hurt if I can turn it off
>Previous/current keyboards
alps, topre, buckling springs. Looking for a keyboard that can fit my new keycaps. One with a white case preferably.

>> No.61268361

it feels like MX browns that have been perfected, also I'm a big fan of the layout.... I haven't used a standard layout in over 5 years.

>> No.61268374

Pok3r with MX green or blues what ever floats your boat, also in white

>> No.61268384
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Get a second one and make a GhettoDox

>> No.61268399

Gateron Green are similar to Cherry Green.
75 vs 80g I believe.

>> No.61268467
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Non-meme price of $79, no more $200 keyboards

Perfect brown sort of feel switch but far superior in that it has force at the top of actuation calling to how a Topre switch activates, without the extra price

Made in Japan switches


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$125 max. Wouldn't like to spend that much though.
>Preferred Switch Type
Cherry Blue
>Form factor
80%/TKL - 100%
I would like a backlight but not if the backlight itself shoots the price up an absurd amount. I'm looking for the best bang for my buck not a bank blowout.
>Current keyboard
Nothing special, Logitech K120. This is my inception into mechanical keyboards.

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>> No.61268534

Who the fuck buys an $80 mouse?

>> No.61268543

I bet you can't name one mech keyboard for less than $10 that is actually good.

>> No.61268550

The same people who spend 200 bucks on a rubber dome keyboard

>> No.61268564

Those cherry keyboards for hospital use sell for 9.99. You can even get them from surplus stores for like 5 bucks

>> No.61268567

Speaking of logitech, what does /g/ think of the romer-g switches?

>> No.61268591

They just werk

go in a best buy anyway if you really want to see, they have them in every best buy

the gamer one with the weird caps isn't a great example however

>> No.61268618

good luck finding keycaps for that

>> No.61268654

You don't need to

stock comes with these nice caps, there isn't any chance of fading in legend and have a soft rubber texture that anyone would enjoy

>> No.61268689

You can always spend less money buy a kdb fans clone with gateron browns.

>> No.61268704

I mean it only cost $180 USD new so idk

its pretty cheap for a keyboard with pbt caps.

>> No.61268707

Dell AT101W
IBM Model M
Focus Keyboards with Alps
Old Cherry keyboards
Apple Extendended Keyboards (But you have to score a ADB converter)
The first two are very common in thrift stores and recycling centers and sell cheap. eBay prices are abusive.
You have to know where and what buy to get a better keyboard for less.

>> No.61268722

holy fuck what's with the logishit shill these days

"nice caps" = abs shit
"switches werk" = mushier cherry browns

not to mention it's fullsize shit

>> No.61268751

I have a das, a zero, and a Mistel. I like them all. Das has nice media controls, zero is a great keyboard too, and Mistel is phenomenal.

You can always get another, but they all do their job

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>> No.61269123

Derp. I forgot enter to global site:
You can buy the same keyboard for less with actual mechanical switches.

>> No.61269191
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>soldering iron to mount the switches to the pcb and plate is arriving tomorrow
>case and keycaps finally arrived in the us

>> No.61269255

>put it all together finally
>realize mechanicals were just a dumb meme all along

>> No.61269263

That's actually pretty neat, hhkb layout without the topre tax. Although the case looks ugly...

>> No.61269279

I figured I could probably sell it to some autist for more than I bought it for if that's the case
Until I get really tactile switches I probably won't be perfectly happy, blues with do meanwhile

>> No.61269336

you should probably look at buckling spring keyboards if all you want is crazy tactile response.

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Fucksake, Massderp delay on XDA Canvas until October, original date was this month, fucking aids.

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>> No.61269842

try alps or matias

>> No.61269847

How about for $20 because those are ugly

>> No.61270017

you said it had to be good, not aesthetically pleasing.

>> No.61270082

They're not even $10

>> No.61270356
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Where can I buy a tenkeyless buckling spring keyboard? Unicomp annoyingly don't make them.

Is it worth trying to modify the Unicomp Spacesaver I've got?

>> No.61270396

o rings for a cherry red keyboard: yay or nay?

>> No.61270437

Look up the Model F Kishsaver. It's over 300 dollarydoos tho.

>> No.61270507

gets really are underappreciated on /g/

>> No.61270529
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Alrighty then

>> No.61270556

Where are you looking? eBay?
I said in my post: the trick is searching in thrift stores and recycling centers. eBay sellers are kikes cause they always overprice the merch.

>> No.61270585

God, hopefully the chinks will stab that guy in the back and we will get cheap capacitive buckling springs.

>> No.61270644

>Model F Kishsaver
Has no arrow key or pg up pg down cluster :'(

>> No.61270745
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So I posted about this a thread or two ago and got a response but wasn't really helping too much.

So, coming from /csg/, I got a Jame Donkey 619 and wanted to mod and put it in an enclosure since I like the smooth top surfaced keyboards like the old office keyboards (kinda like the model M), HHKBs, or Quickfires as opposed to the floating key designs.
I've seen the same/very similar layouts of keyboards on sites, and wanted to know if there's any enclosures that could fit it (Function keys being very close to the number row)
I was linked to a NerD TKL enclosure that's just pieces of acrylic that's just held by some through-hole screws
For a simple enclosure like that, I especially don't feel comfortable paying near double what I paid for the keyboard itself. on top of that, I'm more looking into the ones that don't have screw heads sticking out of it, ones that typically also have to snap together with plastic tabs.

Anyone know of any enclosures that'd fit something like the 619 without costing a lot more than the entire keyboard itself?

>> No.61270782
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I've only ever used buckling springs so MX Blues feel like piss to me. Is there anything close to buckling springs in terms of feel, that I can get in tenkeyless, and doesn't cost $500?

>> No.61270796

Nothing for now. Keep an eye on thrift stores tough

>> No.61270813


Why hasn't some chink ripped off the buckling spring design yet? They copy everything but not these?

>> No.61270817

Tada also has leds you mongoloid

>> No.61270854

Are the Aliexpress mechanical keyboards worth the $30 or are they dog shit?

>> No.61270859

They need capital to build the tooling before ripping it off.
Just Wait (TM) three years ago this hobby was still expensive for new keyboards.

>> No.61270891
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Top-tier bait

>> No.61270912

I've got ajazz ak33 with black Zorro switches and I really like it considering the price, but autists here will tell you that its shitty because it doesn't have genuine cherry switches and has abs keycaps so whatever.

>> No.61270938

I mean for the price you're guaranteed shitty and and cheap knockoffs

It's a matter of finding good knockoffs, outemu for instance is very passable for the price from what I've heard, while greentech is quite garbage

>> No.61270953

They all have super cancerous LED's and faggoty gamer printing too.

>> No.61271075


Most aren't even true mechanical keyboards, just mechanical feel ones, as in, all the switch housings have a nub at the bottom that hits a rubber dome.

That being said, you have some actual mechanical ones there, (Ajazz AK33, Motospeed CK104/108, etc.), most of them use Blue switches only though.

>> No.61271083

Most, not all. Here's one with no leds, plain black aesthetic, and a sane keycap font:
Only downside is the uterus logo (which isn't all that intrusive and can be painted over if you're really that autistic).

>> No.61271098

Mine has non-gaymery font and red LEDs which are actually pretty easy on the eyes when its dark. Inb4 why do you want LEDs when you can touchtype. Yeah, I can but I like the looks of it, and its pretty handy when I really want to be sure that I press the right button (ie. Typing a password), I can also dim it so it doesn't rape my eyes, you can turn them off too if you don't want them at all. So you can find a keyboard without shitty font and without shitty LEDs. Yes I am aware that there are keyboards with gaymer font on keycaps and gay rainbow LEDs but its not the case with every single one. And I like my Zorro switches, even if they're a bit scratchy, just a bit. The keycaps are a bit shiny already too, but given the price it's okay and it's not like these are irreplaceable, though keycap set with these 1.5x ESC, del and arrows would be more expensive than the whole keyboard. I'm waiting for Anne Pro with Gateron Reds, so maybe I'll feel the scratchiness of the Zorro switches more when I receive it, but if you really want a mechanical keyboard, then even a $30 one will propably be an upgrade over most rubber dome cheapos.

>> No.61271102

How is Matias Quiet Click vs Cherry Clears?

>> No.61271116

>Most aren't even true mechanical keyboards
Meh, is that really a big deal though? By that measure buckling springs aren't true mechanical keyboards, but it doesn't really detract from the typing experience.

>can be painted over if you're really that autistic
I am, I stopped buying Corsair products when they changed their logo. Looks plainer than most though.

>> No.61271205

Why would you pay over $30 for a keyboard

>> No.61271220

Hmm, has anyone got or used this? It's actually pretty cheap where I am.

>> No.61271257

The problem isnt that they are Cherry knock offs, the problem is that they are shitty knock offs.
Linear gaterons, for example, are constantly praised here.

>> No.61271261

I got my mechanical for $30

>> No.61271272

Where and what type

>> No.61271285

>buckling springs arent mechanical
But heh are. Membranes arent a measure of the mechness of a mech keyboards.

>> No.61271340

Monoprice had a full size keyboard with blue switches for $27 last week so I bought that but there are also other brands on amazon/ebay/ali that are similarly priced.
Chink knock offs are just as good as cherry and any differences that I'm not aware of are easy to ignore considering you can get them at prices comparable to a nice membrane.



>> No.61271421

Thanks man

>> No.61271486

What are the best 60% keyboards?

>> No.61271526

That's so idiotic and defeats the point so hard that I wanna do it now>>61270796

>> No.61271540

>is that really a big deal though?

Yes, you then have mechanicals that ALWAYS have to be bottomed out, feels like shit. First keyboard that I got and returned was a mechanical feel one.

>> No.61271581

I read some reviews that say it's actually pretty decent. It uses outemu blues so you can read up on those if you want.

But at $20, not only are you not losing much even if it's shit, but you're not going to find anything better either. Cheapest gateron boards are like $40 and then that's the meme donkey, normal ones usually start at $60, and even those still always come with semi-shitty ABS - about $100 is where the cheapest PBT keyboards start (like the tada68). So the only real possible differentiator at that price range is the build itself (i.e. case/assembly quality), which according to reviews is just fine, and the looks/aesthetic.

>> No.61271603

>outemu blues
Didn't know it used them, have heard they are good. Going to just buy one, like you said it's not much to lose.

>> No.61271736

Are outemu browns and zorro browsn the same?

>> No.61271774
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Asked Unicomp about their tenkeyless a few hours ago, got this back just now.

'Greetings. . .

We are working on a tenkeyless keyboard, however, it is taking MUCH longer than anticipated.

Thank you for your inquiry and interest in our keyboards.


Customer Support'

They've been working on it since like 2012 :'(

>> No.61271938

changed the keycaps on the anne pro and they feel a lot stable now. Also greased the stabilizers and now my spacebar doesnt stick anymore

shouldve just bought a k70 or something t b h

>> No.61272010

Great. That means that the tooling used in old tenlesskeys keyboards was way different that the normal tooling used for the usual unicomps.

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>> No.61272546

pref. a german one
nice to have but not that important
>previous keyboard
working with a t420

A numpad is a must have

>> No.61272609

That's a generic message they give anyone asking about it, I had that same reply like 2 years ago. I guess they just gave up.

>> No.61272666

I can get and Hyperx Alloy for 50€ used, should I?

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>> No.61273028
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My fucking k70 lighting key is not working.
Also, 4 keys are stuck on low setting lighting.
I downloaded the corsair program thing and tried to shut them down from there but it doesn't work.

Is there a way to fix this besides doing pic related to the stuck leds?
I just want to turn the damn things off.

>> No.61273120

Guys wait for the chinks to steal that one guy's kishsaver tooling

>> No.61273125

Why did you buy a keyboard with LEDs if you're just going to turn them off

>> No.61273144

The reason why he's doing a limited production is that the chinks don't want him. He's selling these keyboards at cost, which means if the chinks do steal the tooling expect prices to not change or go up.

>> No.61273167

someone who isn't a cheap bastard

>spends hours every day at the keyboard
>probably has a $1k+ pc
>won't spend more than $10 on input device performance and ergonomics
seems legit

>> No.61273176

>at the keyboard
*at the computer

>> No.61273280

could try opening it up and cleaning it

>> No.61273359

no, i would guess outemu brown is better

>> No.61273544

Probablably because he has low volume of fabrication, and also his design is massively overbuild.
Anyways, I sugest get the fuckers at deskthority interested in make a version of their capacitive board for a full size Model M/Unicomp. Or at least suggest unicomp redesign their matrix for NKRO. That is more realist that hope for the chinks.

>> No.61273553
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Fuck, which one(s) would best match the "white" keys on a tada68? I don't trust my TN monitor to let me choose the correct shade by eye.

>> No.61273662
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You can get them with a slimmer case, but the problem with capacitive buckling springs is that they are already over built. If you take apart the keyboards you'd see just how massive they are.

>> No.61273986
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GRA maybe?

>> No.61274002
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or one of these

>> No.61274572

Fuck, you're right, I completely missed the white ones

Still, I'm afraid that if the shade is just a little bit off, it will look horribly mismatched. Maybe I'm better off buying a light blue one or something. Or maybe I'm overthinking it. Is there a way to ensure I get an exact match, or do I basically have to rely on online photos whith the shade being affected by the camera, lighting, and my monitor?

>> No.61274765

judging by eye will be a complete shot in the dark without both photos white balanced to the same point.

>> No.61274885

what do you want to do exactly?

>> No.61274943
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I just bought this decepticon. Did I do bad?

>> No.61275048

depends on how much you paid for it.

>> No.61275062

80 bucks

>> No.61275092

Get a DSA spacebar for my tada68, because I heard they were more ergonomic than cherry and just flipping mine will look fucking ugly

I was recommended pimpmykeyboard and they have them for $5: http://pimpmykeyboard.com/dsa-spacebars-pack-of-1/ But now I need to pick out the correct colour.

>> No.61275310

i would probably go with a mild blue (BDJ), red (RAR) or orange (OAZ)

>> No.61275356

How about you idiots learn to type without letting the whoel fucking office know that youre typing

>> No.61275373

Yeah I was thinking about BDJ or BFE. I'd love a matching one but it may not be possible.

Matias Quiet Click, quiet topres, gat browns with o-rings, meme Quiet(tm) chinkshit switches

Or get a model F

>> No.61275457

seems like the keycaps for the mods are the rainbow gradient. and alphas are just normal white keycaps

>> No.61275583

I regret not getting in on this buy

>> No.61275588

we need to go louder


>> No.61275802

Yes HHKB is the best thing to happen to my workflow. I don't like the ctrl mapping though, I prefer a space cadet layout.

>> No.61275890

Fuck, where can I get one of these?

>> No.61276002


>> No.61276013

forgot link

>> No.61276324

To be expected, but still, fucking nigger

>> No.61276373

Not as coherent as Granite's icon mods, but this still pretty nice.

>> No.61276676

Matias's alps clones are probably the closest. I'd recommend the quiet keys over their clicky, as they're louder than even buckling springs.

>> No.61276709

they're going to make new ones in china but expect the price to be $300+ for now


>>61270859 is right, the mechanical keyboard meme is still pretty new and we're getting cool new stuff every year and it's getting more affordable too

>> No.61276720

Unicomp barely sells any keyboards at all, much less a TKL. Plus all their equipment is old Lexmark stuff, so I doubt they even know how it works.

>> No.61276733

Maybe you'll be able to get in on some of the cancelled orders. I know I got rid of mine because at this point I'd rather have the $150 back.

>> No.61276769

>Actually spending this much money on a fucking keyboard
You seriously need to reconsider your life coices.

>> No.61276773

there's this if you don't mind blanks


>> No.61276810
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>plastic case

>> No.61276818
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Am I a little beta cuck if I spend an extra $17 to have the company build my keyboard for me? Pic related, I'm about to cop this.

>> No.61276832

it's fine. YMD75 has assembly for just $7 btw

>> No.61277034

Any good (cheap)PBT blanks set that has 3 1us and a 1.75?

>> No.61277085
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Fuckk, who do I believe?

I really fucking want this https://www.modelfkeyboards.com/product/f77-model-f-keyboard/ but I just got into mechs, I don't know if I want to spend $350 on it. Especially if the chinks will make the price drop. But on the other hand, if the chinks won't get to it after all, then these will likely only go up in price after the run ends and it will be a good investment even if I change my mind.


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>> No.61277218
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I didnn't want to buy one due to the hueg case, but there is a slightly slimmer one that is now available. I'll wait until the last minute to get one. then flip it for double what I paid for. You have to understand even if the chinks clone it autists will pay premium for the original. Just look at clack factory for example. The chinks have cloned all their products, yet geekwhack users pay $500 bucks for original keycaps

>> No.61277312
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What is this pad for keyboard/mouse?

>> No.61277437

Can't read that blurry shit, but it's likely an extended mouse pad.

>> No.61277577

I thought that was a one-off meme where one complete idiot with way too much money paid several orders of magnitude too much

Do you think the autists will prefer the original design or the slim case version? My own inner autism compels me to buy the full one but that's more of a replica of the original original, could it sell worse due to this or am I overthinking things?

>> No.61277612

Hi, I'm looking for a silent keyboard that has the same feel as my Model M..halp

>Budget: ~$200
>Location: USA
>Preferred switch type: Something that feels like my Model M but quieter
>Layout: ANSI
>Form Factor: 100% preferred
>Backlight: nothnx
>Current keyboards: An original Model M and a Unicomp clone.

>> No.61277775

Matias quiets are generally considered the best tactile quiet switch. Alternatives are cherry greens.

I don't keep a list of recommendations close by but I can tell you both of these switches are relatively rare so expect to go for niche products specifically targeting enthusiasts, and thus use up probably most of your budget.

>> No.61277822

thank you friend :)

>> No.61277920
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Look at keyclack keycaps. They regularly sell for $400+. I'm sure the original case will sell better, but I want to at least use mine for a bit before I sell it. He's gonna keep making them until he runs out of money and materials, which at the rate things are going its gonna last till the start of next year.

>> No.61278425

>item location: califagia
of course

>> No.61278469

The most expensive Duck keyboard also went to some fag in california

>> No.61278853

>people unironically buying that shit

Well that settles it, I'm gonna buy one. Thing is, their website says I should order before the end of this month, are they being giant faggots? I know last month it said the same thing, and now it's still open, so are they just doing the same shit every month?

Also what should I get for keycaps? I take it replacements can be gotten from Unicomp (right?) so would I be better adding some to my order to choosing "get your own" and buying them separately? I couldn't find much info on the material and quality, given the guy's attitude I doubt it's not good PBT but maybe caps are the one thing he cheaped out on (and they only add like $25 to the price, so...)

>> No.61279063

You could try your luck by 3D printing your own enclosure. It looks like the standard ANSI layout so it should be pretty easy to make one, and it would come out cheaper in price. Cheaper in quality, too.

>> No.61279082
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You mean autists
I'm gonna use the keycaps from my SSK since they have all the sub legends I need. They probably just buy them from unicomp in bulk which is why they aren't all that expensive. Also unicomp does make custom keycaps with custom printing if you want to go even more autismo

>> No.61279144

I can't help you, but I'm intrigued. How is that keyboard working out for you? Is it something you'd buy over the more expensive stuff if you weren't particularly invested in good looks?

>> No.61279448

Burger land
>Preferred switch type
Brown or similar, nothing too loud
Something with independent media crontrols, really like the volume wheel. Ideally a row of macros keys but not a deal breaker.
>Form factor
love me that num pad.
Preferred, usually have lights off
>Previous/current keyboards
Maxkeyboard NighthawkX8

>> No.61279516

Nice, makes sense.

Here's a wild question though: would a HHKB-style layout trigger your average reddit-tier autist? Because I would probably prefer the split right shift and lowered backspace, but I'm basing this purchase off the fact that I could easily resell it.

>> No.61279562

Why do people even buy Cherry-switched boards these days?

>> No.61279775

You really should have a solder iron and solder anyway to fix and make electronics, but if you don't already have that stuff, $17 is kinda alright. A lot of people say that the easiest thing to learn soldering from are DIY keyboard kits.

You missed out.

>> No.61279815

does it really have cherry mx switches? you did really good then

the volume wheel really limits your options. you could always get a separate volume wheel or bind a key+mousewheel combo


>> No.61279860

its the other way around. HHKB layouts are a meme that reddit users love

>> No.61279890

Cause clicky gaterons still sucks.

>> No.61279913

Yeah, but I would have though they'd be different autists from the ones that would overpay for original run thingies.

Then again the ARE the kind of autists that overpay for meme layout rubber domes

Why do people like volume wheels on their keyboards? It means they listen to stuff often enough, and yet despite spending $100+ on a keyboard they aren't willing to spend ~$150 on a decent audio setup with an amp+dac (which would provide an analog volume wheel) and good headphones.

>> No.61279937

Have hope.
The worst thing we can expect if that we should form group buys for a new capacitive pcb, feet and a controller

>> No.61279997

That isn't likely to drop the price much though, desu. Your average meme PCB seems to sell for at least like $100, then factor in a good case (another $70-$100) and keycaps (another $70-$100) and you're up to about $300; I have no idea how much production of the mechanisms (flippers+barrels+springs) would cost but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be $25

>> No.61280005

How do I deep clean my memeboard?

>> No.61280043

with soap and water

>> No.61280077

yeah it should probably cost at least 2-3 times as much as a tada68

>> No.61280139

I'm talking of making a faux model f from model m. That will not be nearly expensive as the overbuilt remake of that guy.

>> No.61280155

I have a Fiio E17K set up with ATH-AD900Xs and MSR7s. But hey, go ahead and assume I haven't tried that and offer no useful insight.

That's exactly the keyboard I've been looking at, but didn't know there was a version with browns. Could only ever find MX Blues. Hate that color though, but I've also seen it in black? or is that the black? who the fuck knows.

>> No.61280171

Oh, that's true. Might be a neat idea.

>> No.61280733

Fun fact: The guys at deskthority already did that with the expensive-as-fuck SSK. They say that the feel is almost the same as the original model F and also has natural nkro thanks to the new controller they made.
The only issue is getting the capacitive feet from the model F.
The best hope for modern capacitive bulking springs is this mod. It also forces us to do a bolt mod, so it will improve the lifespan of the IBM Model M.
If only Unicomp did a good job innovating the keyboard...

>> No.61280844
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Why are some people so against brown switches?

>> No.61280853

Because they feel like shit compared to clears and other switches that copy the stem curve of clears.

>> No.61280887

Because Cherry is shit.
Browns where re aprecciated thanks to gateron.

>> No.61280969

A friend of mine will travel to Manhattan, Kike York the next friday. I'm will buy a Model M keyboard and hopefully he will bring it back with me (I'm in Chile - Shitskin Texas for the friends)
Do you know some PO Box that can be paid upon delivery in Manhattan lads? what are the prices?

>> No.61280979
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Someone link me a shop in the EU so i can find something i like, only to post it here and be called a faggot for the rest of the night.

>> No.61281131

Cherry Browns feel like Reds with dirt in them.
Gateron Browns actually have a bump, but you can hardly feel it.

There are a bunch of other switches at that weight that have a way better bump than browns.

>> No.61281191

It is a standard ANSI layout, but compared to many other similar keyboards, the function keys are much closer to the number row. Nothing a bit of CAD file modding couldn't fix though.
I wrote a review on it in /csg/ a few threads ago

>> No.61281485

Nice, thanks. And yeah, the function keys look very close to the others. It makes the print screen button group look like it's from the same group as the insert button, unlike the picture you first posted.

Still, would you recommend it? I might get one myself eventually.

>> No.61281989

Pls respond ;_;

>> No.61282274

a PO box will be expensive, everything is expensive in manhattan. can you get it delivered to wherever your friend is staying?

>> No.61282379

How are the chink keyboards on Amazon? I'm on a budget but still want a 'nice' keyboard. Any recommendations? Preferably a small 'compact' board. Thanks for the help.

>> No.61282412

Just wait for prime day. Rosewill sells their rebranded filcos there for 50-60 bucks

>> No.61282420

magicforce is good as they carry gateron

>> No.61282453

I wrote an email to the hotel asking on their policies respecting mail delivered to their guests.

>> No.61282460

>they still haven't answered
Forgot this bit.

>> No.61282466

>I'm on a budget
be more specific. even with a budget board, if you get good aftermarket keycaps (the keycaps on budget boards are shit) you're getting into $70+ territory. if you can spend $100, tada68 is a nice one.

>> No.61282950

Because the Matias Quiet Click switches are better than MX Browns at everything.

>> No.61283047

Are blue switches fine for playing games? Im thinking of buying a magicforce 68

>> No.61283059


>> No.61283083

Depends on whether you'll be playing games that need you repeatedly clicking or not. Blues require more force and are loud. People usually go for reds when they have gaming in mind.

>> No.61283136

Nah im not, but I'm pretty worried about the lack of keys, is there any other good keyboards for around $40

>> No.61283192
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If you want more keys you can get the tomoko for 30 bucks. If you want something compact then you can get a 75% like the drevo calibr or TG3 for 40 and 30 bucks respectively

>> No.61283317

Are the switches as good as a magicforce?

>> No.61283353
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There is no difference between outemu and zorro. Both are chink shit.

>> No.61283490

How about this https://www.amazon.com/Velocifire-Tenkeyless-Mechanical-Keyboard-Switches/dp/B01MS8YTYX/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499574520&sr=8-1&keywords=Tkl01

>> No.61283574

>zoro switches
Just spend the extra 20 bucks and get something good, or wait for prime day tomorrow

>> No.61283625

I have a budget of ~$120, give or take some.
My requirements for a keyboard would be full a full keyboard and PBT keycaps.

In terms of board, I like the look of this. https://www.pcgamingrace.com/products/glorious-modular-rgb-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-barebones?variant=33499349710. However, I don't care at all about the LED lights.

I'm not 100% set on the switch I want, but I am leaning towards gateron brown switches.

So basically my question is, is going the modular keyboard route the best way to go about this (PBT, Gateron brown, full keyboard). Just putting those three things into the search on mechanical keyboard dot com brings up nothing.

And, are there any other boards that do this same thing? I can't help but feel like some of my money is going to be wasted on the LED lights I will never use

>> No.61283667

For $40, if you don't mind gaudy gamer plastic trim, or a keyboard without flip up feet if you remove said trim like me, it's pretty nice. Especially with the gateron switches. It even has doubleshot keycaps that are the same thickness as razer and corasir keyswitches, but being textured and doubleshot, are much better than either.
Be careful when looking around, there's a version with kailh switches that are much easier to find on places like amazon, they're very much not worth it. It should come in gateron or kailh switches, and as far as i know, i've only seen the full sized one with kailh.
My only regret is that I think I should've gotten the black switches, but hey, you live and you learn.
If you plan on getting the blue switches, then you may have better luck with other keyboards, as this one lacks some things, but i wouldn't say it's bad, you just may possibly find better with the large array of blue switch keyboards on the market in the price range.

>> No.61283673

I doubt there will be good deals on mechanical keyboard

>> No.61283702

>prime day
>anything good

You're hilarious.

>> No.61283831
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can anyone ID this keyboard and caps?

>> No.61283865

Sounds like you want a Ducky: https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1684

I really wouldn't recommend the Cherry Browns though, unless you like them after trying a switch tester.

If you want a board with PBT keycaps and Gateron switches, you're gonna have a tough time doing it considering that Gateron switches are used for "cheap" boards and usually come with cheap ABS. The only board I can think of that comes with Gateron switches and PBT keycaps is the Tada68, but that isn't a 100% board.

>> No.61283888


To continue my post, you could buy a cheap Gateron board, and then buy really well made EnjoyPBT keycaps in Cherry profile that you'll never need to upgrade again. $40 for blanks, $80 with legends.



Don't know where to get a cheap 100% Gateron board, but I've heard a lot of people like their James Donkey keyboard for $40-ish.

>> No.61283944

>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
>Form factor
don't care
>Previous/current keyboards

Would prefers something with a light or white color scheme

>> No.61283969
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new poker ii

>> No.61283975

Poker or Anne Pro.
Either is completely fine.

>> No.61284023

>not glorious 65%

>> No.61284030

Sounds like a good deal then. The official(?) store on Aliexpress says they come with Gateron switches, so I can probably trust that. I still have time to think over my choices at any rate.

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>> No.61284100

When has Prime Day ever been good?

>> No.61284111

>shit op edition

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>> No.61284832
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>as they're louder than even buckling springs
Found my next purchase then.

Where do I actually buy a keyboard with them, any reccomendations? Looks like the company themselves sell a tenkeyless but its white and ugly and has mac printing.

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