Mechanical Keyboards

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    See this is what I really want. I just feel it would make typing e-mails fun.
     
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    damn that makes my $15 keyboard look like shit lol
     
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    Cutscene knows quite a bit about those if I recall. pm him.
     
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    I'm using the DAS silent right now with Cherry Browns and I like it a lot.

    I've used white alps and cherry reds. I use a white alps at work and it's perfect for typing. I bought a filco cherry red, but it wasn't full nkr so I went with the DAS.

    Browns are a good medium and I like typing on them and I think they are perfect for gaming. Reds are also great too, but I like that there's a hint more of a click from the browns than there is from the reds.

    The bottom line is this: Any and I mean ANY mechanical keyboard, even the shittiest of the shitty, is far beyond a "standard" keyboard. They are a completely justifiable purchase just as using a standard mouse would be for gaming. The difference is night and day.


    So the tips are: I would prefer browns for gaming. But if they keyboard you are looking at has black or red cherry switches then get it, cause you won't be disappointed.

    @Doob, that thermatake looks good.
     

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