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post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by blabla21 View Post
Like d3zz said it's 80 euros. So, recommend something else
edit: just checked how much is Razer Black Widow, and it's 90 euros
Thanks
I don't know if importing from Germany is easy or hard for you. But a brand new cherry G80 cost 40 euro with DE layout a little more in the EU layout (EU = US + euro for cherry)

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post #22 of 26
My question to you is why do you even want a mechanical keyboard?

Once you answer that question, if it's really worth it, you will not find a new one for under 80 EUR. I guarantee you won't find a good one unless you actually want to pay for it. Like all great things, you get what you pay for.

I haven't tried these all out, but from my experience this would be the order in which I rate:

1) Topre Realforce/HHKB (depends on your needs, I have a Realforce and I love it)
2) Filco
3) Razer Blackwidow

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Originally Posted by blabla21 View Post
i'm not an idiot to waste that much money on keyboard no matter Ultimate or non, and no matter how much is good or bad.
So please recommend some other one.
You might as well go back to your Logitech G11 if this is your mindset, because it won't get you anywhere in the mechanical keyboard world.
post #23 of 26
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Originally Posted by xyeLz View Post
My question to you is why do you even want a mechanical keyboard?

Once you answer that question, if it's really worth it, you will not find a new one for under 80 EUR. I guarantee you won't find a good one unless you actually want to pay for it. Like all great things, you get what you pay for.

I haven't tried these all out, but from my experience this would be the order in which I rate:

1) Topre Realforce/HHKB (depends on your needs, I have a Realforce and I love it)
2) Filco
3) Razer Blackwidow



You might as well go back to your Logitech G11 if this is your mindset, because it won't get you anywhere in the mechanical keyboard world.
LMAO
I already have bought SteelSeries 6GV2 for 60 euros since it was cheap, and just becuase i didn't said that doesn't mean you need to bump this thread.
BTW, anyone don't bump this thread anymore since i already have chosen my keyboard.
post #24 of 26
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LMAO
I already have bought SteelSeries 6GV2 for 60 euros since it was cheap, and just becuase i didn't said that doesn't mean you need to bump this thread.
BTW, anyone don't bump this thread anymore since i already have chosen my keyboard.
and just becuase i didn't said that doesn't mean you need to bump this thread. - This doesn't make sense to me. I'm educating fellow peers.

BTW, anyone don't bump this thread anymore since i already have chosen my keyboard. - This thread is two days old and is still at the top of the "Keyboards" thread. Just because you have selected your keyboard doesn't mean people can't post their opinions/comments/questions. A lot of information goes into a single thread and sometimes I find it very helpful to find threads well beyond the OPs question being answered. It would however be nice if you could tell us that you selected a keyboard, how the keyboard is working, if you like it, etc. That way, we know.
post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by xyeLz View Post
and just becuase i didn't said that doesn't mean you need to bump this thread. - This doesn't make sense to me. I'm educating fellow peers.

BTW, anyone don't bump this thread anymore since i already have chosen my keyboard. - This thread is two days old and is still at the top of the "Keyboards" thread. Just because you have selected your keyboard doesn't mean people can't post their opinions/comments/questions. A lot of information goes into a single thread and sometimes I find it very helpful to find threads well beyond the OPs question being answered. It would however be nice if you could tell us that you selected a keyboard, how the keyboard is working, if you like it, etc. That way, we know.
Sure

Pros: Cherry MX Black Switches, Fast Response Time, Very tough keyboard

Cons: No wrist rest (my opinion), no additional media buttons (pause/play, stop etc....)

That's all for know, i will post more later, i just bought the keyboard yesterday, and no really, i'm in a hurry to check about buying my first gaming PC, and to see answers on those threads which i did not found the help, so i would very appreciate if people would not bump my old threads which are already 'Solved' (reference from tomshardware ).
Thanks
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by xyeLz View Post

I haven't tried these all out, but from my experience this would be the order in which I rate:

1) Topre Realforce/HHKB (depends on your needs, I have a Realforce and I love it)
Consider topre as the best mechanical keyboard is something like consider Budweisser the best wine.
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