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post #1 of 26
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Hey guys
After bothering what to choose between Logitech G11 or Razer Arctosa, i thought it is not worth it to take any.
So i've been wandering does anyone know some good keyboard up to 40 euros ?
And please don't recommend Filco, Deck, Das, IBM since those keyboards can't be found in my country (Serbia)
Thanks
post #2 of 26
Its been a while since I looked but I think you will struggle to find a mechanical keyboard for under 40 euros in any country. They just aren't that cheap. You certainly won't get a new one for that price. I think ABS used to do a buckle spring mechanical switch board reasonably cheap but I don't think they do them anymore.

Your best bet is to try and get one second hand for that money. What and where though I am not sure. Ebay probably. Just need to know what to look for. I'll get back to you if I get chance to have a browse.
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post #3 of 26
You could probably pick a IBM Model M, or a AT101 on ebay for around that. That's really all you have to choose from at that price range. There are others, but those two are probably the easiest to find. Note, you will have to buy used, but that isn't really a big deal if you don't mind grabbing some rubbing alcohol and spending a few minutes cleaning up the board.

EDIT: Sorry, just fully read the OP. Disregard the IBM then.
    
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post #4 of 26
Going to be very difficult. The only mechanical keyboards in that price range are old IBM model m's, but they are almost all are in the us and so you are looking at paying for international shipping, which is about as much as the keyboard. And that's to the UK, postage would probably be even worse to Serbia.
     
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post #5 of 26
Either this;
http://www.overstock.com/Electronics...tml?cid=123620
Or good luck finding a MX11800 in proper condition.
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post #6 of 26
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Ok, since even at 40 euros i can barely find one, how about 60 ? If there is non also for that much money, i give up
post #7 of 26
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Decided again.
I'm going with Sidewinder X6.
Does anyone know is it mechanical and what switch it has ?
Thanks
post #8 of 26
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Decided again.
I'm going with Sidewinder X6.
Does anyone know is it mechanical and what switch it has ?
Thanks
Sidewinder is a normal rubber dome keyboard. 80 euros is the minimum price for a new mechanical keyboard in Europe. Check ebay or amazon for the used ones.
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Sidewinder is a normal rubber dome keyboard. 80 euros is the minimum price for a new mechanical keyboard in Europe. Check ebay or amazon for the used ones.
Lol, i thought it's mechanical
post #10 of 26
60 Euros?

Get a Cherry Corp G80-3000 in the switch of your choosing.

Like this 60 pound Blue Cherry MX one
. (I mean British currency, not weight but am too lazy to bring up the proper unicode).
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