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A mechanical keyboard is recommended after my previous one starts faking


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Recommend not to buy brands like And corsair at exorbitant prices, probably in the country. This is a total keyboard.

 

Amazon has a lot At attractive prices that you can find a lot of reviews on the net. I've been personal for a year + however after seeing good reviews of her:

https://www.amazon.com/Tecware-Phantom-Mechanical-Keyboard-Outemu/dp/B079HTZQYV

 

And very satisfied. High quality construction quality, no cheap plastics anywhere. But this is a TKL keyboard (abbreviated without numpad), do not know if suitable.

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I've been using DUCKY's keyboard for years and I'm very upset. (DUCKY SHINE 4)

With brown cherry buttons, but it's a matter of preference you can read about the differences here:

https://dygma.com/blogs/stories/the-ultimate-guide-to-mechanical-keyboard-switches-for-2019

https://www.mechanical-keyboard.org/switch-types/

 

Just make sure you choose a good, quality company, good luck!

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Ducky has a million models so this is too general a question, but by and large - not at all. In most Ducky models the case is made of plastic and they only come with Cherry switches. Their buttons are not bad in most models. 

 

On the other hand they have some keyboards that are half a custom like that and are already at a higher level. Do not think they can be obtained in any case and it is also a significantly high cost. 

 

Mechanical keyboards are a confusing field because of the huge variety, but in practice the principle is very simple and there are three or four main parameters that need to be examined - the case, the switches, the buttons, and the stabilizers. It's without getting into PCB matters and keyboard programming options which is also important but less interesting to most of us. 

 

In drop enter the case is an aluminum casting so the keyboard is stable and very heavy. It is possible to choose relatively good switches, the buttons are quite thick and a double shot which means that letters will never fade. 

And there is also backlighting for those who want. 

 

At $ 90 it's no brainer. I even have one even though in most of my keyboards only the keycaps cost more than this whole keyboard. 

 

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After several unsuccessful attempts by Logitech / Corsair and the like on expensive mechanical keyboards for no good reason, I neglected and bought something nice called AULA 2098, which beyond a high level of finish and a quality metallic body I got a great mechanical keyboard with a bluish / crystal clear switch like the usual blue, Very comfortable, feels really high quality, and cost around $ 60 with shipping from Amazon.

For now, after half a year of use and heavy games with it, I'm pretty happy, good software for controlling RGB for those who like it, metal keys for controlling operations , Very pleasant to type, Low Profile keys.

Disadvantages:

Non-modular switch unfortunately (whoever wants can order a blue / brown switch keyboard, etc.).

The palm rest is plastic but still comfortable (not like the Razor pillows etc of course)

 

https://www.amazon.com/AULA-Mechanical-Keyboard-Floating-Keys-Switches/dp/B07ZCH7ZF8/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=AULA+2098&qid=1612262109&sr=8-1

 

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