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Those are loud and annoying.
They're loud and amazing.


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post #12 of 21
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They're loud and amazing.


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lol, I like quiet and soft keys myself.
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I would return the Anasi and get a different keyboard.
     
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post #14 of 21
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lol, I like quiet and soft keys myself.
Depending on which mechanical switch you choose, mechanicals can actually be quite silent- Cherry blacks or browns are virtually silent

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post #15 of 21
Don't listen to the Razer bashing / mech KB loving comments.

I don't like mechanical KBs. I like flat, laptop style ones. Apple KBs suit me well, as does my Razer Lycosa (mirror ed.). The Razer KB works well, is comfortable, and I'm just as happy with it now as I was a year ago when I bought it.


If you like what you bought then they're good products.
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post #16 of 21
G510 is one of the worst boards out there. There are literally better options out there for $20.
post #17 of 21
id personally have to say that i love my G500 mouse, probably the best mouse i have ever used, and i have used that Razor mouse, i mainly like the G500 because of the size of it(i have big hands), and the keyboard i have is the G110, its like the G510 without the screen but when im gaming i am looking at the monitor so i dont see the purpose of the G510 screen.
post #18 of 21
Agreed. Mech board would have been a much better option.

Mech boards are not all 'loud and annoying' and there are many out there with brown/black switches that are certainly not much louder than your rubber dome junk.

Yes, some are expensive and very 'niche' but there are others (hell, even razer's blackwidow stealth (browns) is a step up) out there that are not.

DA and G500 are actually decent mice - good for their price I would say, can't go wrong at that price point really.

Hope you enjoy your new set - it only matters what you think, we're all just here to press our own opinions .
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post #19 of 21
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Those are loud and annoying.
lol says the guy who has a DSLR. The shutter sound on a DSLR has always bothered me.
    
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post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by The Mad Mule View Post
lol says the guy who has a DSLR. The shutter sound on a DSLR has always bothered me.
Pffft



Quote:
Originally Posted by BeDuckie View Post
Depending on which mechanical switch you choose, mechanicals can actually be quite silent- Cherry blacks or browns are virtually silent

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Agreed. Mech board would have been a much better option.

Mech boards are not all 'loud and annoying' and there are many out there with brown/black switches that are certainly not much louder than your rubber dome junk.

Yes, some are expensive and very 'niche' but there are others (hell, even razer's blackwidow stealth (browns) is a step up) out there that are not.

DA and G500 are actually decent mice - good for their price I would say, can't go wrong at that price point really.

Hope you enjoy your new set - it only matters what you think, we're all just here to press our own opinions .
Will look into that now lol, I'm interested.
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