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post #11 of 16
Woops got my prices a little backwards but still a really good keyboard if you can drop a little extra

There is also a v5 on that site right in your price range just a few less features.
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post #12 of 16
go for the razer black widow,
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G510
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I always am a little hesitant about Razer's build quality, it just seems that they have become too much of a name brand and can mark up their products because of it.
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post #15 of 16

Microsoft Sidewinder X6

Has plenty of macros and is backlit in a nice red. Also has volume knob and removable number pad. I love mine and its only $59 on Amazon right now....

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