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Keyboard Recommendations?

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I need keyboard. I prefer any mechanical key that's not from Logitech because Logitech can suck my dick.  is not my favorite company when it comes to keyboards. I'm using an Anne Pro II, and honestly, missing out on arrow keys SUCKS. I can live without a numpad, but I don't mind it being there either. Don't care about Red Green Blue or anything.

Give me suggestions. Thanks.

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Build your own 65% keyboard <3

 

 

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Personally I'm a steelseries guy so I would recommend any steelseries keyboard although some of them are a bit expensive.

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If you build be prepared to drop a lot of money lol. If you don't care just go with a gamer board like a huntsman te or a gpro x.

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If you're lookin for a prebuilt board, I suggest you take a look at Leopold. They offer some of the highest quality prebuilt boards out there such as this one, but more notably this one.

 

If you have mental illness like myself, build your own.

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1 minute ago, Toasty said:

If you're lookin for a prebuilt board, I suggest you take a look at Leopold. They offer some of the highest quality prebuilt boards out there such as this one.

 

If you have mental illness like myself, build your own.

He speaks the truth, I'm in the same pool 

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Ducky one two mini all the way, if not definitely steelseries. Have had my Ducky for almost 2 years now, don’t regret anything. Just a masterpiece. 

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Hyperx alloy. Comes with or without numpad. Good keyboard. Don't build your own. Not worth it.

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I believe this is what you're looking for. Thank me later fam.

 

On the real tho, I've been eyeing the Steelseries Apex Pro. If you want to give a price point and switch preference, you could probably get some better recommendations.

 

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If you're lookin for a prebuilt board, I suggest you take a look at Leopold. They offer some of the highest quality prebuilt boards out there such as this one.

Leopold is better known for their Topre boards (not mechanical). If you're looking for a key board for gaming, this is one of the few instances where "Gaming" Keyboard actually means something. Lower profile case with shallower actuating switches is preferred by a lot of people. Any of the "speed" series switches will have shorter throws, and may be what you're looking for.

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Find a cardboard from the trashcan and use sharpies from staples for 1.29 a pack than you do the keyboard shit than you will get a 1 fps keyboard congrats (!)

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I my self use the black widow from razer and I love it

I have also used steelseries and they are good as well

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Buddy of mine has this keyboard, which I came to find out last week. I normally spend money on top end hardware, but this is built well for the price.. go Amazon.

 

https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Mechanical-Feel-Gaming-Keyboard/dp/B073VS6WNZ/ref=sr_1_3?crid=13CA1W9EIUMQ&dchild=1&keywords=amazon+basics+gaming+keyboard&qid=1602772331&s=electronics&sprefix=amazon+basics+gaming+key%2Celectronics%2C160&sr=1-3

 

I personally have a SteelSeries Apex Pro.

 

Also.. a couple other brands that stand up to quality are Corsair and HyperX. Razer is also good, but I'd only buy their keyboards anymore, probably a mouse, but stay away from their damn headsets.

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I use the Razer Ornata Chroma Mecha-Membrane Keyboard.

If you could care less about having a mechanical keyboard this one is nice, as it has a similar response time, is quieter, and comes with a comfy wrist rest.

If you DO care about having a mechanical keyboard I recommend a Corsair K70 or K68 Mechanical keyboard. 

The K70 only comes in red but if you like pretty rainbow colors than the K68 would be the way to go.

 

 

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I recommend the Razor black widow chroma

 

this is a really good keyboard and it never breaks ive had it for about 4 years now and it has been amazing i definetly suggest this if you want a long lasting keyboard with changing colors

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Don’t get the AnnePro II, it’s lasted me 2 years but it has terrible connectivity issues, any keyboard from HyperX or Logitech or Steelseries works fine. 

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