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I originally purchased the Razer Blackwidow and the mechanical keyboard noise from tapping after one night drove my wife crazy from the next room. She was like almost a black widow herself out to kill her mate.

I returned it and got the Razer Anansi and this keyboard is very cool. It's my first quality and gaming keyboard. Not being mechanical keys it's very quite and I have all the luxury of the Blackwidow macro's etc and I can once again type at night without fear.

This is a great keyboard if anyone is looking to buy one. Equivalent rating to the Blackwidow minus mechanical keys.

The keys are a tad closer together and is taking a bit to get used to but the feel of it is pleasing. I type almost a 100 words a min and compared to work and the relic I used to type on at home I can honestly can say this is one big upgrade for myself. Well worth $100 before tax.
     
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Oh no, you paid more for a non-mechanical keyboard! For 100 you should have just picked up another mech keyboard with different switches!
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Oh no, you paid more for a non-mechanical keyboard! For 100 you should have just picked up another mech keyboard with different switches!
No not more less. $130 for the Razer Blackwidow and $100 for the non-mech Anansi.

I just assumed all mechanical keyboards had spring back that created the loud sound I was getting from the clicking.
     
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No not more less. $130 for the Razer Blackwidow and $100 for the non-mech Anansi.

I just assumed all mechanical keyboards had spring back that created the loud sound I was getting from the clicking.
Oh man, for the same price of the Anansi you could have walked away with a http://elitekeyboards.com/products.p...&pid=fc200rtab If you liked the mechanical keys and not the noise, you should look into getting a mechanical keyboard with brown switches like the one I linked.
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reds might be quieter and i think that das makes a silent version of their professional and ultimate with dampened keys
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