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post #31 of 34
The cheaper european keyboard you can get are the Steelseries 6Gv2 and the Thermaltake Meka G1 both with black switches.
The problem in buying in US/Asia are the shipping costs and custom duties. Paying the keyboard price + 25/30$ shipping + the possible duties of 20% can get more expensive than buying a Filco with brown switches for 155€ shipped with V.A.T too.
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Originally Posted by Saberfang View Post
The cheaper european keyboard you can get are the Steelseries 6Gv2 and the Thermaltake Meka G1 both with black switches.
The problem in buying in US/Asia are the shipping costs and custom duties. Paying the keyboard price + 25/30$ shipping + the possible duties of 20% can get more expensive than buying a Filco with brown switches for 155€ shipped with V.A.T too.
Dunno if Meka G1 is a cheap board - On Newegg it is 110$ and so is Rosewill Brown + the Meka G1 is on sale from 129$

6Gv2 is cheap all right, but I just do not like that board, dunno why ...
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post #33 of 34
Have you thought about these? You may be able to find one of them elsewhere but I don't know the EU shops and such.
http://www.keyboardco.com/keyboard_search.asp?SG=10024
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Have you thought about these? You may be able to find one of them elsewhere but I don't know the EU shops and such.
http://www.keyboardco.com/keyboard_search.asp?SG=10024
Keyboardco is a UK site so its ok for EU (It's the only EU source for filco too)
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