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Standard Corded Keyboard with Cherry MX Blue Switches
|Price:||$94.69 & FREE Shipping|
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|EAN||4025112067020 , 6626568980277 , 0132017643557|
|Item Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Specific Uses For Product||personal|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
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with this price range, I dont expect any other unnessary function like backlight or multimedia function keys.
Importantly, this one is as good as I expected. I am a mechanical fan, probably used every mechanical keyboard on the market, at least by now. This one is very classic, not fancy, very functional. compared to my old one, which I bought like 10years ago in China, this one looks not as good as that,I mean quality. maybe they not made this keyboard in German anymore. But,still worth the money.
If you are a old style user like me or you dont like any unnessary functions, you can have this as a great choice for you.And more importantly, if you work at school or an office you should better not have this, because blue switch makes a lot noise, you may enjoy this, while other probably not like it at all. They might pour coffee on it, joke. LOL. If anyone wants to ask me any question about this keyboard, pls, i will answer your questions. hopefully you can have a better answer than amazon give you.
I love the clicky feedback and primarily using it for daily typing and coding. I am attaching it to my ThinkPad so it will take some time for me to get use to it as a full size keyboard vs. the laptop keyboard. However, I think I am gonna typing faster with this one once I get used to it.
As people suggested, this is fantastic for daily typing! Crispy sound and just the right amount of feedback that you would expect. Yes it might not be good for office or other public area, as the typing sound might be a little bit annoying for others while pretty enjoying for yourself!
The key cap is very silky and feels comfortable for every touch. The letters were scribe rather than printed on it, so you it is not a smooth feeling on the surface of each cap. I think this would make it to be long-lasting.
This is one of the classic mechanical keyboard, and you would not get any fancy ports or media control scrolls and are out there in other products such as the Das Keyboard. Personally I hope it could have a built in USB port, especially when you are using it with the laptop and accordingly takes up one USB port.
1. Very precise feedback. Good for typing.
2. Crispy clicking sound.
1. A little bit louder than the normal keyboard (non-mechanical) to be used in office, but not that much. Good for home use.
This keyboard is quite forgiving ergonomically despite its old-school design. I have somewhat sensitive wrists from a job with a bad ergo setup a few years back and this board treats them well when paired with a wrist rest (I don't use the feet, but they are nice and sturdy for those who like keyboard feet).
The G80 also has the "spit and polish" lacking on cheaper boards. The cord is nice and sturdy and doesn't kink. The lettering on the keys is extremely durable; most gamers will have experienced obvious wear on the WASD array but my keys have nary a whit of fading after years of heavy use for that purpose. Even the plastic is top-notch: aside from dust, mine shows NO signs of wear and tear whatsoever. Not even the usual smoothed-out spacebar.
The noise level is obviously higher than that produced by membrane keyboards and renders it somewhat "NSFW". My girlfriend has taken to calling out "clackity clack" every time she hears me typing while I'm on the phone with her. However, this is par for the course for mechanical keyboards so I feel no need to ding a star for it.
All in all, I absolutely swear by my Cherry. If only I could have one at my day job too...
The only few imperfections might be the loud noise while typing, and the ugly looking. (Or you can say it looks "solid", since Cherry is a Germany company.)
However, when you click very button, this keyboard gives you a perfect feeling.
It's definitely made for gaming such as DOTA2, LOL. etc. Of course, you may say the Cherry black switch will be better. But from my perspective, i highly recommend this G80 3000.
3000 is also a better typing keyboard.
Do not hesitate to buy it if you really search for a good keyboard.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Keyboard was shipped by Amazon Fulfillment Services and arrived in a flimsy, less than 2-1/2 in tall keyboard box. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bonnie
The keyboard I received is actually a more recent version of this keyboard, so despite of its look, this keyboard is "frequently updated". The difference is that
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