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Funday Edition

>Buyer's template:
>Where to Buy:
>Keyset wiki
http://keypuller.com (https://web.archive.org/web/20161101152119/http://keypuller.com/)

Prev. Thr. >>61977744

>> No.61999945

nice famas

>> No.62000063
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fug I forgot to add the stock photo

>> No.62000195
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Fixed my track point right click. Literally just opened the keyboard and put it back together.

>> No.62000247

We are living the start of a golden age of mechanical keyboards. Chineses finally ripped off dsa keycaps, so we can buy them for more accessible prices. We did it reddit!

>> No.62000813

The golden age was 30+ years ago.
This is more of a renaissance

>> No.62000917
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tfw I want to use my Tex Yoda, but the 1 and 2 keys don't work, despite new switches. Not to mention the trackpoint breaks super easy :(

I need that Model M in my life.

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fuck a numpad

>> No.62001009

Any links for these cheap dsa keycaps?

>> No.62001038

>I need that Model M in my life.
Good luck, they're pretty rare and go for retarded prices.
But, you never know. You might find one at a goodwill or something.

>> No.62001056

There's one on ebay atm for £150, but I need to save my money atm. One day.

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>> No.62001122

That's still pretty nuts for an m13 imo.

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>> No.62001375

I don't get it, where are the guns?

>> No.62001514
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Oh shit, sorry.

>> No.62001572
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I don't have any, my dick is simply too big

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Can anyone give me a reason not to buy pic related?

>> No.62001790

The shitty case and keycaps.
Switches are top tier though.

>> No.62001802

The case is well built, but its glossy so its shit to begin with

>> No.62001876

Don't care too much about the case. I keep seeing bad things about the keycaps though so Im reluctant to buy it

>> No.62001909


>> No.62001947

You can get PBT keycaps for it starting next year

>> No.62001963

If switches are okay, check the connection with a tester. Maybe you'll need to solder a wire to the next node.

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More to you than meets the eye.

>> No.62003467

He's swiss so he has to serve in the armed forces

>> No.62003768

Anybody got a good resource for how to put together firmware for the klooboard?
I'm bad at it

>> No.62003818

Just use QMK

>> No.62004716

hello /mkg/ i've felt very inept for weeks now trying to look for mechanical keyboards
up to $80, but i would really prefer $50-60
united states, new york
>Preferred switch type
red, i don't mind knockoffs, anything with easy double-tapping is good too
don't mind any, but i like the backwards L-shaped ones?
>Form factor
must have numpad, others are unimportant
no but i don't mind

this is mostly for gaming, i don't mind a horrendous typing experience
i treat the numpad and spacebar as importantly as any other key, so big spacebars would be really cool

>> No.62004737

shit, i mean the enter keys for the layout

>> No.62004777

Steelseries G6v2 , its black but there shud be a red switch version too afaik , its a superb no nonsense keyboard that is build like an absolute tank

>> No.62004810

Big assss enter ANSI was the old standard. The only modern keyboard that still uses that old layout is steelseries 6g and 7g

>> No.62004834

it looks great, thank you

>> No.62004887

does that work with the lighting?

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>nice keyboard
>nice mouse
>tiny shitty pad with hard plastic edges

>> No.62005012
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Post militia Sig

>> No.62005092
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they don't give free guns to people whom they don't want in the military in the first place

>> No.62005291

>starting next year
why do people think this is ok? keycaps aren't fucking hard to make i dont understand the underwhelming supply with such a huge demand

>> No.62005340

demand is not huge

>> No.62005376

yeah demand isn't huge when thousands of people sign up for the same stupid ass group buy for some corny keycaps. if there was a company that just made plain pbt keycaps for different switches i'd be happy. i dont need corny looking color schemes and a skull my escape key.

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What 60% PCB should I get if I don't care about le RGBT lights?

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What 60% PCB should I get if I don't care about le RGBT lights?

>> No.62005573

It took Ducky over a year to "perfect" their PBT keycaps, and even then they still warping and bleeding issues.

>> No.62005774

The cheapest programmable one you can find, probably one of those chink gh60 ones

>> No.62005840

Are zealios a meme?

>> No.62005968

The fucking chinks, they were hiding the gold all along. All this time, it was right there. In front of our eyes. I must have it.

>> No.62006046

It's a tiny piece of plastic, you're telling me these companies can't make a piece of plastic?

>> No.62006051


>> No.62006095

For a while Vortex gave up on true doubleshot PBT and used POM instead. Its almost like there is some sort of unique property of PBT that makes it difficult to mold. If only there was some sort of search engine that would make things easier

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>> No.62006151

Where can I get that Zowie EC2-A?

>> No.62006160

If I was in the business of making keycaps, I would solve the problem within a month or so. Then make a killing off you faggots. Maybe I'd run some sales exclusively on 4chan

>> No.62006185

You could make a shitty artisan keycap and say it's rare then sell it for $100 and some idiot will actually buy it.

>> No.62006199

Good luck. PBT is a very brittle plastic that breaks easily. The only way to prevent this is to make it as thick as possible. There's a reason why /mkg/ prefers thicc PBT and its not for feels.

>> No.62006236

Im not going to, but I would be able to solve the problem without a doubt.

>> No.62006267

ducky mini or filco minilia

>> No.62006280

Do it then, you could make a lot of money if you do.

>> No.62006287

Tai hao figured it out 10 years ago, but they patented it so you can't copy them.

>> No.62006327

China steals our shit all the time so fuck them

It really wouldn't be hard

>> No.62006349

Then do it.

>> No.62006364

lmao... and i guess the golden age of engineering was banging rocks together then?


>> No.62006391
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Anyone rocking one of these?

I love mine

>> No.62006467

Zowie direct or rexflo. Might be sold out

>> No.62006664

All the shit you see today: Buckling springs, Cherry MX, Topre, Hall effrct, Alps, as well as all these keycap sets like adler, olivetti, agol, space cadet, and their profiles like cherry, DSS, SA, Hi-pro, etc. Was all made back in the 80s. All whats left today is just clones. Even shit like these "new" analog switches is based of old 80s technology. For a long time these switches and profiles were lost, but recently they've made a come back. The golden age of computing is long gone, but that doesn't mean we can't still use them.

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>> No.62006925

so close to quads, so sorry

>> No.62006979

wow youre so photogenic

>> No.62006987

pey denbd

>> No.62006991

Thanks sweetie. I'm photomaographic.

>> No.62007012


>> No.62007014

>Yeah, I could do it if I felt like it, it's not hard.. haha I just don't feel like it, losers!
This is what you sound like.
How would you approach the problem?

>> No.62007192

Because then the chicom would just start mass producing the caps and kill the demand. You don't seem that smart, I would solve the problem in under 2 months.

>> No.62007280

You sound like an idiot. Can't believe I took the bait.
Here's your last (you)

>> No.62007307

Thanks for sharing perfection!

>> No.62007317

Yes. Made by Gateron, overpriced by whoever branded them.

>> No.62007369

Guys I'm addicted to typing on my mechanical keyboard.

I've started writing stuff down for fun just so I can type with it.
Currently using Cherry Reds, but I am thinking about buying a Cherry Blue board for even more fun typing.

Should I bite the bullet?

>> No.62007375

Would support a fellow anon, but only if he wasn't mean.

>Types on SUV of a keyboard.
>Waggles mouse on a truck of a mousepad. Overcompensating for something?

>> No.62007394

maybe you should get your life together you fucking loser

>> No.62007417


I play on 45cm/360 because I like being good at FPS games.
But it's true, I'm overcompensating for the fact that I'm a sissy. uwu

>> No.62007444
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Used blues for years and loved it, moved to an office with a slightly more open concept and switched to browns after a couple comments. Still excellent

>> No.62007501

lol thanks. i had someone going like you in the last thread about fabric infused keycaps

i said i would do 4chan sales

>> No.62007508

try alps or topre

>> No.62007635
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I have white version of this, keycaps are fine (probably better than cheap Chinese keycaps that people still buy). But, if you want to change them, choices are limited.

PCB build quality is not that great, once I opened the thing, first thing that I noticed is exceptionally shitty solder used :( Who knows how long will this last.

On the other hand, if you like clicky switches, they are some of the best.

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>>62006391 here

I really like Cherry MX browns

Also got a MX518 (I've had this mouse 10 years)

>> No.62007682

>(I've had this mouse 10 years)
Jesus christ, it sure looks like it. How many times have you dropped it?

>> No.62007761

Pretty sure it's a "cool" paint logitech used. I'm surprised it hasn't rubbed off. Also wish the faggots didn't ax G9/G9x series.

>> No.62007763
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I've probably dropped it less than 50 times

I've taken it apart and cleaned it a few times, put a little graphite to lubricate the scroll wheel.

I also put new feet pads on it and changed the cable, but the shitty chink cable broke after a week and I went back to the original cable

the little + and _ on the sensitivity buttons has worn right off and the logo's not far behind lol.

>> No.62007767

Tai hao isn't chinese

>> No.62007870

>isn't Chinese
Literally "Republic of China"

>> No.62007879

taiwan number one fuck china

>> No.62007899

Taiwan isn't chinese

>> No.62007926
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>tfw you have to take a hammer to your mouse and show it who's boss

>> No.62008002

if you dont remember that mouse its probably past your bedtime

>> No.62008220

>doesn't remember the pre-abused/dropped shitposting whenever the MX518 was recced

>> No.62008466

>thinking taiwan isn't chinese
good one

>> No.62008584

Why would they be? Its a different country with different rules and different systems

>> No.62008667

Can you guys rec me a mech keyboard?
Ive been using the same Dell SK-8110 for the past 5 years. Im ready to move up. My budget is economically priced. Building one is an option but I dont know where to start with that.

>> No.62008730

Drevo gramr

>> No.62008832


>> No.62009027
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The GH60 Satan PCBs work pretty well.
Pic related is mine, the LEDs are more green in real life, my camera is just shit.

>> No.62009096

Can I put the keycaps of a model M on a keyboard with cherry MX switches?

>> No.62009105

no, they're incompatible.

>> No.62009169

Aw. Thanks.

>> No.62009175

with an adapter you can

>> No.62009179

Leopold is great if you're looking at simplicity. Tada68 also good.

Building is generally more expensive actually.

>> No.62009290

If I am in the same office as 2 other people, what is a good keyboard that is the most tactility with also being quiet? I don't want to piss the other 2 guys off because it's a pretty small room

>> No.62009315

matias quiet click

>> No.62009335

topre w/ kbdfans silence rings

>> No.62009354

Are there any models other than the ones on MK.com?

I thought topre was a rubber dome? or is that a meme

>> No.62009365

It's a slider over rubber dome that's made well.

>> No.62009373

it may be rubber dome but it feels great and is quieter than matias QC with the rings.

>> No.62009400

It's a rubber dome with a spring in it. Basically it's shit and about $200 overpriced.

>> No.62009410

But it does have a rubber dome right? I would instinctively think it's of lower quality because of that. Are they more prone to fail like matias? I've heard matias switches go bad all the time

>> No.62009426

I'm pretty sure most of them are about $220. But I can't tell if your being serious or feeding into the meme.

>> No.62009443

No, Topre is less likely to fail because it's also capacitive. There's no moving parts or contacts to go bad, the only thing that might fail is the rubber domes stiffening or something over time - but the dome sheet is incredibly easy to replace.

>> No.62009461

People seem to have forgotten how shit cherry MX switches are since a good rubber dome keyboard is more durable. Topres will outlast any MX switch.

>> No.62009462

The only meme here is topre

>> No.62009496

How is topre announced? Toe-Pray? Or Toe-Prah
It seems hard for me to wrap my head around, it has a rubber dome but is priced 2x more than other keyboards. I really can't decide between matias quiet clicks and topre. I only see 45g topre, that's fucking light

>> No.62009517

It's pronounced "rubber dome"

>> No.62009524

Tokyo Press

>> No.62009549

Just pick up a cheap topre keyboard for 140 bucks. Even those models are more durable then a $200 MX keyboard

>> No.62009565

You're making me think topre is actually good

Can you enlighten me on a topre keyboard for 140 bucks?

>> No.62009587

Ok then buy it then

>> No.62009588
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"refined rubber dome"

>> No.62009603

What's your recommendation for a quiet tactile keyboard suitable for a small office then?

>> No.62009615

You can find topre type heaven keyboards for 140 bucks
if you don't like that site they also are on amazon so you can always return it

>> No.62009618

A rubber dome desu

>> No.62009659

Topre switches aren't meant for consumer keyboards. They were originally designed for industrial and military applications due to their superior durability and their insanely low cost compared to similar switches. They were cheap enough that Topre decided to release them as consumer keyboards. Its not worth it unless you need the extra durability.

>> No.62009701

those look like shit desu

Why are you such a faggot?

Yeah I don't think im going topre. Probably go with more mx clears or matias quiet clicks

>> No.62009723

I got some of these a couple weaks ago seller is very nice despite not even speaking english made me custom key sizes and even gave me extra keys

>> No.62009750

Are there any decent TKL with Blues or Blue clones for sub-$100?

I was considering the Spyder Lolita, but that doesn't seem to be in production these days

>> No.62009781

>"special" administrative zone of China

>> No.62009797


Ducky is a very solid brand

>> No.62009887

It isn't. China claims Taiwan belongs to them, but taiwan says no. Since China hasn't went to war and annexed Taiwan it isn't part of china.

>> No.62009888

a thousand people really isn't a lot for a business. you are overestimating the amount of people who are signing up for these group buys. keycap companies are mostly geared towards commercial uses, not the enthusiast market.

alps-style switches are rare. basically the only company still making them is matias. alps does not make switches anymore. only a fraction of the people buying matias keyboards would even care about changing keycaps.

>if there was a company that just made plain pbt keycaps for different switches i'd be happy

well, there's signature plastics.

>> No.62010344

pok3r or hhkb?

>> No.62010347


>> No.62010408


>> No.62010409
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How much am I meme'ing myself if I buy pic related? I've had a full size Ducky MX Red for a few years and I love it, but I'm really starting to notice a strain on my wrist from having my WASD and mouse so far apart. I want to get a tiny, 10-keyless kb and I just adore the looks of the HHKB

>> No.62010425

no arrows

>> No.62010434

I wonder why the price went up. They used to be 140 bucks from Japan and even with shipping and import fees it would end up costing less then 180 bucks, but now days its like 230 without shipping

>> No.62010562

If you can trick hipsters into paying that much for a rubber dome keyboard, then you get to charge that much for a rubber dome keyboard.

>> No.62010588


I thought it was alright. Not worth the money. You'd be better off getting a Poker or something like that, or some 60%

>> No.62010763

Why does it seem like everyone on /g/ has a really expensive camera to take tech pics with

>> No.62010788

Because most smartphone cameras are already good to begin with

>> No.62010797

You can import from Amazon.jp directly for around $180 if you sign up for prime trial.

>> No.62010818

I guess my budget phone just doesn't measure up

>> No.62010837

This budget phone meme sucks. A two year old flagship costs about the same and is miles better.

>> No.62010904
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11000円 Realforces own.

HHKB is a meme though I agree,

>> No.62011105

Does the thinkpad keyboard have mechanical switches?

>> No.62011126

no, even low profile mechanical switches are too thicc for a thinkpad

>> No.62011154

nah, I mean the IBM keyboard in this pic>>62000195

>> No.62011196

I'm pretty sure it's a Ibm model m13 which has buckling springs

>> No.62011268

Buckling springs are for men. Cherry are for boys.


>> No.62011311

I like cherry blues but prefer greens, is there anything comparable to greens that's more widely available?

>> No.62011376

Buckling Springs? There's not much else since Cherry and its clones dominate the mech market.

>> No.62011534
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I this keyboard (Logitech G510) any good?

>> No.62011576

It's a shit gaymer keyboard so no it isn't good

>> No.62011838

What switch color?

>> No.62011977

>source: my ass

>> No.62012013

what are you doing in japan?

>> No.62012028

Either choice, you're still going to get a nice mKB.

>> No.62012066

> I have this lovely wooden rest
> How can I ruin it?
> I know! My favourite SJW stickers!

>> No.62012120


>> No.62012219

sup fegs, i don't browse /g/ often, so i need help deciding. i need a new mechanical keyboard, and want cherry reds, whats a good keyboard? how are ducky shines?

>> No.62012226

Ducky is good

>> No.62012280


>> No.62012321

>Cherry reds
Go back to /v/

>> No.62012343

Race traitor

>> No.62012369

Get something with Gateron Reds so you can throw it away more easily when you inevitably hate typing on Reds.

>> No.62012398

Speaking of JIS, are there any "cheap / good" keycaps? Most I see, at least the ones that get shilled here, are always expensive.

Wondering if I should just pay for a small JIS keyboard or find a more popular / cheap US one and buy jp keycaps. That seems like the pricier option.

>> No.62012453

getting my first 75% today. so excited

>> No.62012489

Oh man I used to have the G110. Basically the same but without the display and fewer makro keys. So fucking awesome

>> No.62012574

he is using high sensivity unlike those retards in "pro leagues". real people use fingertip grip and move only their wrists

>> No.62012616

Nice!! What case did you use for this? Are these LEDs mounted on the PCB but not on the switches?

>> No.62012690

yeah? then what would you suggest for gaming and typing
what would you suggest in place of reds then

>> No.62012715

again, go back to /v/

>> No.62012827

Literally anything works for gaming, unless you play mobas where you need to double-tap or mash keys. I game on gateron blues, I know people who game on buckling springs.

>> No.62012855

suck a cock you elitist cuck

>> No.62012870

>"""refined rubber dome"""
Also, that screen shot (make it narrower but taller, it will be easier to read) made me laugh. That text is audiophile-grade.

>> No.62012902

This doesn't have anything to do with elitism. I don't consider myself part of an elite. I'm just not a gay child.

>> No.62012946

Yet you continue to respond with petty shit every post, hmmm.

>> No.62013022

Moving only wrists IS high sensitivity. Real Quake men move their whole arm with the wrist solidly in place because it's a weak and imprecise joint. Similarly, any proper artist would make their strokes with arm only ever so slightly moving the wrist for wild, flowing lines.

>> No.62013079

Sending people back to /v/ is a meme. You deserve it though for >>62012219. You're obviously supposed to lurk for or read archived /mkg/ threads at least two years back.
What you really need is a keyboard like Ducky with desirable switch type (linear/tactile, clicky/"quiet") and a pack of 180g springs to replace in them: https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=2310
This will really make the difference.

>> No.62013437

Just get a $5 rubber dome if you need a keyboard for gaming.

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MasterKeys Pro L is so fucking sexy, should I buy? anyone tried it?

>> No.62014319

Real people have shit aim lmao.
>He thinks he can be good with a high sens

Lmaoing @ ur life

>> No.62014343

Considering buying Das Keyboard's Prime 13 & putting in custom keycaps, anyone have experience with Das Keyboard? Do they make good stuff?

>> No.62014445

He probably also thinks he won't get RSI and all that other CTS by bending his wrists so much

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You don't even have a computer

>> No.62015048

Anyone use these switches? Thinking about trying them out but haven't seen anything posted here about them. MOD-H tactile

>> No.62015214
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Where can I get custom keycaps that ship to the UK (or better, are based in the UK)?

Pic related.

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well this is a keyboard thread not a computer thread
fucking idiot

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>tfw spilt lemonade on my tkl keyboard
>tfw the arrow keys started getting all sticky and taking a second to pop back up
>tfw tried to fix it and ended up pulling the stem and the little white piece out
>tfw my right arrow key is no more

>> No.62015514

Just replace it, that's the beauty of mechanicals

>> No.62015557


Don't know how to and am to retarded to solder things I'll just make it worse, it's not like I need the right arrow key anyway.

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OK humour me for a second is there a way to tell if this is plate mounted, can I just pull it off and if so how? It seems to be pretty hard stuck and yes I know it's filthy.

>> No.62015650

I'm no expert but this looks plate-mounted, that sucks

>> No.62015656

holy fuck what did you do to pull the stem out

>> No.62015677

I mash the ever loving shit out of my gat blues.

>> No.62015695

Why is everyone mean to us? I just really like headphones and music okay

>> No.62015701


It got locked down fully in the down position so I used some pliers to pull it out, all the damage around the side is from me trying to force the white bit and the stem + spring back in to no avail.

>> No.62016535

Yeah, but what's the point of having a keyboard without a computer?

>> No.62016568
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aesthetic pictures

>> No.62016608

What's the cheapest TKL board that comes in black with black(or other heavy linear) switches that doesn't have branding on the front?
So just a plain as fuck, standard, TKL that's black.
Don't care about backlighting as long as I can turn it off.
Need it to match a keycap set I have.

>> No.62016611

>He doesn't know
You can have computers inside your keyboards now days

>> No.62016612
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this is the cheapest mechanical keyboard in my country. is it any good?

>> No.62016615

that is the original func pad you piece of shit

show some goddamn respect

>> No.62016623

Ducky One non backlit version is 80 bucks

>> No.62016651

how many years have you been here?

who are you really

>> No.62016654

Damn there isn't a single chink company that does it?
I just found this real quick https://www.amazon.com/DREVO-Tyrfing-Backlit-Mechanical-Keyboard/dp/B01N4A2IGN/
It actually looks kind of nice but I would prefer a bezel

>> No.62016663

Its probably better just to get a $40 mechanical keyboard from china

>> No.62016686

your keyboard isnt even nice

>> No.62016689

Most chink companies put their logo above the arrow keys. Cooler master might be a bit cheaper

>> No.62016721

I have one of those with blue switches at work. It's a solid keyboard built like a tank. It's also very easy to clean.

>> No.62016727

>thinking ducky isn't chinks

If you already have keycaps, consider the wasd barebones kit. Starts at $95

>> No.62016735

but they'll charge me 50% of the product value in importation taxes

>> No.62016748

KBparadise makes keyboards with Matias switches. They're faaar better quality than the ones Matias makes themselves and they have standard key layout so you can replace the keycaps with TaiHao caps if you want.

>> No.62016754

Then ask them to mark the value as 5 bucks. Its not that hard

>> No.62016769

I saw a video of someone using a little sandpaper and soapy water and the logo came of in two seconds.
But I think I'm actually just gonna try out that drevo I linked.
omg it comes in mx greens.
That's exactly what im looking for style/bezel wise but I was hoping for a $40 chink knock off.

>> No.62016784

you think the jews in my country are stupid?

>> No.62016788

Reds are pretty damn good linear switches. Blues, on the other hand, are basically the worst clicky switch on the market.

You're better of trying Matias Click, buckling springs, or old Alps switches if you want the best clicky switches out there.

>> No.62016797

The only chink keyboard that comes with greens would the CM Quickfire

>> No.62016810
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no but the people that work for them are.

>> No.62016816

I'm looking into getting a smaller keyboard to replace my G710+ with something smaller and more suited for programming, which I will be going to school for soon.

My question is should I go 60% or TKL? Learning keyboard shortcuts won't be an issue, but I've heard of people having problems using a 60% with some IDEs default shortcuts.

>> No.62016817

Was originally looking for blacks. I bookmarked the wasd kit. It looks like quality, I'll probably just go with that but damn is it expensive.
The drevo checks all my boxes at $40 but it's a plate and not a bezel.

>> No.62016826

You seem to be overthinking things. Sounds like you have a problem, I'd recommend you go see a doctor since paranoia is tell tale sign of schizophrenia. The government doesn't care what you buy and its not like they know the value of everything that come through, especially if its written in chinese

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A programmable 60% is fine for what you need. I'd be more concerned of your image since you don't want to be the fag who comes to class with an extra keyboard

>> No.62016858

I have 2 masterkeys keyboards. They're pretty decent quality, with the only downside being the keycaps.

If you're going to get a Coolermaster board go with the new Masterkeys PBT line. The keycaps are much nicer, with the rest of the board being literally the same quality.

>> No.62016866

you have to show them the bills you paid for the product and open the package to check if they match the product

>> No.62016906

then have the chink send you a """gift""" package

>> No.62016913

Have you ever ordered something online? There are tons of ways to get around that. The most common one is to use a fake invoice. Go to >>>/csg/ and have them pop your cherry

>> No.62016914

If you're actually planning to use your keyboard in class either get an HHKB, a KBP v60 with Matias quiet clicks, or a KBP v80 with Matias Quiet clicks. (if you decide you want a TKL instead of a 60%).

KBParadise also makes their v60 and v80 line with Matias quiet linear switches, but they're suuuuper light and much more of an acquired taste than the quiet clicks.

>> No.62016940

that doesn't work anymore. If I have an uncle in USA and he sends me a notebook for my birthday, I will have to pay 50% of the notebook value here

>> No.62016975

Yeah the wasd products are very pricey compared to other popular brands. But there is zero branding on it and has a bezel. I also have never used a wasd board so I can't vouch for them but I've heard good things.

>> No.62016984

What the fuck kind of backwards shithole do you live in?

Just get the keyboard you were planning to get.

>> No.62016992

I guess I will try asking them if someone from my country is there to help me

>> No.62017005

How much does it cost? If its around 80 usd then go for it

>> No.62017042

The chinks are the second biggest jews out there
There is always a way, even for shit holes like brazil

>> No.62017045

it will be about 115 usd with the shipping included

>> No.62017061

Too much. You'd be better of buying a $60 chink board with better build quality and it would end up costing the same

>> No.62017264
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who needs a computer

>> No.62017304

Anyone got a Varmillo VA21M? could you measure it for me, cant find the dimensions of it anywhere.

>> No.62017369

you don't even use the keyboard like that. its the same picture every time fag

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I post from my tablet

>> No.62017459

Use QMK you colloidal fag
Didn't you read the FAQs

>> No.62017527
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I've tried a wide variety of switches (including gats) and the zeals are the least scratchy
If you aren't a poor fag they're totally worth it

>> No.62017580

Can you give a comparison to mx clears?

>> No.62017814

It's literally just a standard tenkey with an extra row on top. It's not difficult to imagine the dimensions/look at other tenkey pads.

>> No.62017992

Is there a good tenkeyless I can get with the numberpad instead of the nav keys for less than $90. I mostly see two "gamery" coolermaster boards and a few others with ugly designs.

>> No.62018061

>Wants number pad
Then its not tenkeyless you moron

>> No.62018324

Have still got mine sitting under my desk. I upgraded to a G810 earlier this year though and would not look back. The 110 served me some good years though so am a little reluctant to get rid of it.

>> No.62018331

>taking the bait

>> No.62018676

Holy Shit Brothers.

>> No.62018732

I mean I need a resource that explains QMK well, I know that that is what I need to use.

>> No.62018751

Where do you get the keycaps?

>> No.62018784

That's not how it works since they check the prices on several sites to filter out this kind of shit. If a keyboard costs 100$ everywhere do you think they will believe that you magically got it for 20$?
They don't fucking care about gift or value declaration either.

>> No.62018795

read the wiki

>> No.62018854
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Love the damn thing

>> No.62018873

This is a nice looking keyboard, where the fuck would one procure such a delightful object?

>> No.62018977

They are literally lubed mx clears with a lighter spring.

>> No.62019024

You really think some dumb customs officer will get some one who reads Chinese just for one dumb package. They all use google translate
You're overthinking things. Just get a tada68 for 58 bucks and use an agent.

>> No.62019218

I'm not going to bring it to class, just for my desktop at home.

I can just see the benefit of having the arrow keys be ijkl on a 60%.

I just didn't know if anyone had experiences with difficulty using a 60% for one reason or the other while programming.

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That's exactly what I did and I had to pay fucking 30$ for import tax even though Superbuy declared it 10$. Also it's infuriating that it arrived from china in 6 days and then the custom procedure took almost 1 month. It sucks to live there.

>> No.62019522

>30$ for import tax
Then it was based of the $10 value. If you really are form Argentina then the math adds up.

>> No.62019684

Hey, don't get me wrong. I got nice headphones, a separate sound card that has headphone amplifier and also changed its op-amps. I can hear the difference between lossless and lossy compression. I have nothing against sensible investment in better sound quality - especially since the equipment doesn't degrade or depreciate as quick as the rest of computing garbo.

But then there are idiots who buy a ton of equipment then spend thousands on some meme cables made of pure diamonds - and magically discover new instruments and extra sound stage they weren't able to enjoy beforehand. Even if the solution was simple as hell: just reconnect the cables better.

>> No.62019942

thinking of buying a g80-3000 with silent blacks. anyone tried these switches and can vouch for their feel?

>> No.62019997

was a limited edition i think

>> No.62020055

is there a way to get a better understanding of how loud a switch is and exactly it would sound irl without having to go to a store?

>> No.62020140

Switch testers and Youtube videos.

>> No.62020150

no since not everyone uses the same speakers

>> No.62020164

I don't like him that much, but you could watch this video and use the rubber dome at 42:36 as a sort of benchmark to compare the other switches in the video to.
Other than that, look up some Db measurements.

>> No.62020200

To add to this, try to play this video through speakers and match the sound of that rubber dome to your current rubber dome (or whatever switch you're currently using)
That's the best I can come up with without having to buy anything like a switch tester.

>> No.62020488

i dont know... some videos are louder some more quiet
i tried looking up the clicking sound of my mouse and its the same situation, the sound is not like the real thing
i guess ill have to go to the store after all

>> No.62020724

Are SA caps childish? Shiny plastic, large legends, enormous.

I was using Cherry profile for awhile and pulled out my board with SA caps and I feel like a toddler pounding away at a toy keyboard.

>> No.62020755

The video I linked has all the switches recorded under the same conditions so you can compare them.
You just need to match the sound of whatever you're using to something as close as you can in the video (if you're using cherry reds, find a keyboard in that video using reds and adjust the volume to match what yours sounds like) while it's playing through speakers (download a db meter on your phone or something)

>> No.62021169

Das was good 5 years ago. Don't know how good they are now now that mechanical keyboards are in full-blown meme status.

>> No.62021764

Just because there is a plate, doesn't mean it isn't soldered. If you have a soldering iron: heat it up, disassemble the keyboard, gently pull on the switch while heating the solder on both contacts. Don't apply heat for more than a couple of seconds, it might cause some damage. Grabbing onto it without a stem won't be easy...

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Look what I just found /mkg/ feels fucking good man

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Found it while dumpster diving at a local middle school

>> No.62022408


Should I?

>> No.62022559

The case is just some translucent chink pok3r case, the leds are a small green LED strip that I mounted facing down on the underside of the board, which makes the entire case look like it glows.

>> No.62022615

Google it, it's only sold as a kit and costs like $180 or something ridiculous

It could also easily fit more thumb keys without ruining the form factor, so really you're better off taking inspiration from the design and making your own

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I really like the tada68 layout, but the case is just ridiculously tall.
Is there any other, flatter case that will fit? (alloy if possible, but not necessary)
(Or some other programmable keyboards with a similar layout, that don't cost $250+ and don't have a waiting period of 6 months)

Or will I have to make one myself?

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Black on black on black in black.

>> No.62023198

Anyone knows where on Ali I can find cheap ergodox PCB?

>> No.62023539

I thought they were those PCB-mounted lights on the underside. Is the case acrylic?

>> No.62023673

Where do I buy keycaps like these?

>> No.62023702
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Where do I keep keycaps like in pic related? Japanese with both chqracters black

>> No.62023709

its gray, faggot

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Mmm somewhere around 9 years now I think.

>> No.62023843

what blanket is that

>> No.62024174

What happened to all the cherry mx blue keyboards?

the gamer market seems to be oversaturated with cherry mx red now ffs

>> No.62024224

well, they marketed cherry red as TEH PRO GAMING SWITCH™ long enough so people believed that.
But gaming keyboard market is mostly shit anyway so it doesn't really matter.

>> No.62024364

Unfortunately mkg don't care about these Model M's, instead they care about their shitty newfag keyboards that don't last more than a couple years.

>> No.62024398

Yeah, it's a good find.
However, it's just a standard model M. Nothing crazy.

>> No.62024404

I got some enjoypbt dyesubs and I'm surprised at how smooth they are. Does anyone make even smoother pbts? Is the SP pbt very smooth since they're presumably using the same molds as the abs?

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So how does one get caps for this?

>> No.62024648

You buy them.

>> No.62024697
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I mean from where.
Im very new here...

>> No.62024712

Come back when its an SSK

>> No.62024715


Look for PBT, doubleshot or dye-sub, in cherry profile. I remember when I was looking for caps there are lots of pbt doubleshot see-thru caps for backlit boards.

>> No.62024741

I mean will any caps work?
I see all the sets of like 108 and shit, that one only has 84. Do they make sets of just 84?

>> No.62024762

They need to be cherry style so they will fit on your switches. There are sets for non-standard sizes, but your options will be much more limited. Most will just buy the full set and use what they need.

>> No.62024792

your right shift and right Altm fn, Ctrl keys are non-standard length and some (most!) sets won't fit
Look for sets with 1.75 u right shift and 1u modifier keys, or just buy a standard 108, 104 or 87 key set and then buy those 4 keys separately

>> No.62024829

how good are knockoff switches. Looking at some skyee s from aliexpress for the low.

>> No.62024868

If you want clicky switches, you should honestly get a buckling springs board like a model m or a clicky alps board.

>> No.62025080

I bought a blue switch keyboard specifically for office use.
My coworker won't stop making weird mouth sounds whenever he's eating something (and he's constantly eating something) so now I'll be the louder one.

>> No.62025798

New thread

>> No.62025806

>t. autistic faggot

>> No.62025822

Where's your SSK anon?

>> No.62026015

Because normies love Browns and gaming fags get nothing but Reds (now Silvers) marketed to them.

>> No.62026038

Gateron is arguably better than Cherry, but everyone else is considered below-average and priced accordingly.

>> No.62027050

that's a stock realforce japanese layout keyboard

>> No.62027790

The case coating is like rubber seems like low quality internals, had problems with light settings doing what I wanted, I had the small version and sent it back. Got a g610 when it was on offer, pity it has a non standard bottom row, I did make a mistake there in a way. Feels better quality than the masterkeys pro s though and was close to half the price, no rgb though.

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