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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by ComradeNF View Post
Not really. I used a Razer Blackwidows for a week and by the end of the week I felt like slamming the keyboard into a wall. Very loud keys and extremely annoying feeling when pressing the keys down.

Also, I want back lighting because I always have my blinds completely closed with the lights off, so I want to be able to see my keys.
Eh, not for everyone I guess.

Stay away from Razer, in my experience with them. x4 or x6 are good, as is the g110. Any of these should suit you fine.
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post #12 of 17
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I've had my X6 for a year and a half and don't have any problems
Indeed when (thanks God) I sold mine it was like new.

The problem is that, even when was new, was the bestest keyboard available looking at the additional features, and the crappiest keyboard ever seen looking at the tactile feedback and the key's mechanism.

It's really hard to find a worst keyboard even looking at the ones sold @2.5€ each.
post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by The Solutor View Post
Stay away from X6/X4

Get a g110 or an old reclusa
What's so bad about the X6? I think it looks pretty good and it also felt pretty good when I was trying it out at my local Fry's
post #14 of 17
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What's so bad about the X6?
As I said is likely the best keyboard ever, looking at design additional feature and retroillumination, but hardly I've touched a mushier, flimsier, wobblier keyboard.

I sold my reclusa to get the X6 because the nice form factor, the better color in retoroillumination, and the detachable numpad.

When it arrived was a drama, the Reclusa was big, but had a perfect tactile feedback (you can still find it brand new on ebay, for a good price and is still a good choice)
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razer lycosa or ms siderwinder x4
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post #16 of 17
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Weird, I have used my G110 since release and I find it to be just fine.

I did just replace it with a mechanical though. And I find it to be a lot easier on the fingers.
G110 is not a bad choice.
post #17 of 17
Try the I-Rocks KR-6820E and save $50.
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