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Hello.
I've been reading up at the subject and I have been thinking about buying one. I've heard a lot of good things about mechanical keyboards and been wondering if I should get one myself.
I've read the Mechanical Keyboard Guide, but I'm still not completely sure what to choose.

To start off, I'm pretty sure I don't want a Razer or Qpad keyboard. I've read a lot of bad user reviews about the Razer Blackwidow's, where the keyboards break etc. As for the qpad keyboards, I'm not completely sure here, but I tried a keyboard at a shop (Qpad mechanical), and it felt really cheap. The keys were kind of wiggly, like they were cheaply attached etc. Might just've been a bad model of course, but I doubt the shop would've shown it off then.

I've got a Logitech G15 now, and I don't really have anything against it. I type quite fast (120 words per minute), but I've never really tried a mechanical keyboard for long so I don't know if it's a lot better. I mostly use this keyboard for gaming, and even though I don't really care about the macro buttons, the lcd comes handy at times (I use it with afterburner to see GPU usage etc., nothing I can't live without tho.) It's not broken or anything, and that's mainly why I'm wondering if I should really buy a new keyboard at the moment or just wait until this one breaks.

I'm not completely sure about the switches, but I'm really intrigued by the red ones. They seem to be a nice mix, as I've been worrying that the black/blue switches might be too hard, and not comfortable writing on. I mean, some years ago I preferred laptop keyboards, and was thinking about buying one of those keyboards which imitate laptop keyboards, but went with the G15 instead. I now like writing on that better than laptop keyboards, so I'm thinking it might be the same with mechanical keyboards.

As for the keyboards I've been looking at:
Steelseries 6g v2 - Looks decent, quite cheap even here in Norway, heard it's good from people who've used it. I've heard that it doesn't come with a PS/2 cable, but you have to use a converter that comes with it? I'm kind of new to all this, so I'm not sure if this is worse than a pure PS/2 cable or if it's good enough?

Corsair K60 - It looks kind of ****, but also kind of furnished at the same time. I wouldn't bother with the K90 as I don't need the macro buttons, but I do like the idea of this one. I've heard the F buttons aren't mechanical, at least not at the K90, don't know if this is the same for K60? I don't think this would be a proble tho, as I rarely use those. It costs almost the double of the 6g v2 here in Norway tho, which makes me doubt it's worth it.

Ducky Keyboard - It looks very cool, but as i live in Norway I think shipping and such would be a bit annoying. It also costs the double of the Steelseries 6g v2, maybe even more as I can get the 6g v2 in Norway.

Das Keyboard - I really like the idea of the Das Keyboard Ultimate. I mean, I don't look at the keyboard anyway, so why not? It does however cost about the double of the 6g v2, and like the Ducky Keyboard I can't get this in Norway and would've to buy it from for example Germany. Being able to RMA things to a Norwegian store makes everything a lot easier.

If I'm not completely mistaken the 6g v2 uses black switches and the Das Keyboard uses blue/brown ones.
Also, I'm more than open to other suggestions.

I apologize if there's typos in this post, but I didn't have time to read it through.
Edited by Reactions - 12/15/11 at 12:43pm
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post #2 of 27

The Overclock.net Edition Ducky's are absolutely awesome - but as you said, shipping might be a bit pricey. 

 

That said though, they're awesome keyboards. If you're looking for a well-rounded switch, get Cherry MX Browns. I sit at a computer all day for work and like you, I type very fast (140wpm on this keyboard, about 100wpm on rubber domes). I can use this keyboard to type for 12 hours straight, and then go home and use it to game with. It's absolutely perfect. 

 

Figured I'd throw in my $.02 cheers.gif. Upgrading from the G15's mashed-potato switches to a Browns keyboard will be like night and day for you. I say go for it, and as quickly as possible thumb.gif.

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post #3 of 27
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Thanks for the good answer! Too bad I can't rep you. I'm participating in the Ducky contest, not sure if it's for Europe too tho. I'll PM the guy from that tank-something shop about the shipping.
About the brown switches tho, isn't it kind of against the point to remove the sound? Isn't the "clicking" kind of a bit of the point? I mean, I use headset anyway so I'd probably not notice, just wondering.
Another thing, I don't care about USB and sound outputs on the keyboard.

EDIT: The shipping would be between 40-50 usd depending on the shipping type (fast/slow). To be honest, this isn't very expensive at all, and combined the cost for 80 usd brown switch keyboard would still be quite below for example a K60 bought in Norway. The problem however is if it breaks.
"Minor repairs will be handled by selected Overclock.net members with knowledge in peripheral repairs, while full RMAs will be processed out of Ducky’s California offices where they will facilitate shipping to Taiwan if needed. Buyer pays shipping both ways for minor repairs and pays one way for shipping for major repairs." I'm not sure, but as long as there's no OCN members with knowledge in peripheral repairs in Europe, the cost would get quite high. I've bought used parts from the US before, but the motherboard (a MSI Big Bang Fuzion), broke twice and it cost me about 80 usd to RMA it each time (I only RMA'd it the first time, bought a new one the next time it broke).
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Yes I'd abosolutely recommend it smile.gif

As for which board / swtich-type is right for you...well it's different strokes for different folks.
MX Browns as suggested are considered to be a good all-around switch because they're tactile, but don't have a lot of actution force required (so you can bottom them out pretty easily - most likely while gaming etc)

To get an idea (at least) what switch-type you think you'd be suited for best you should check out the mecanical keyboard guide here and see what propereties of switch types appeal/suite you best.
Other than that, the best way is to try them out - finding any physical shops would be ideal - after that you'd be best off trying to either snag used ones cheap to try, or manufs with good return policies.

Hope that helps!
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I had a G15 as well. Unfortunately I live in Poland, so it was Razer vs SteelSeries for me (no other mech keyboards on our market). I didn't want to import one from the U.S. because shipping and tax would make it too expensive. So I went with the BlackWidow.

Great keyboard, don't regret buying it at all
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Well, I forgot the fact that the Ducky keyboard has the US keyboard layout. The Norwegian one is quite different :/
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Thanks for the good answer! Too bad I can't rep you. I'm participating in the Ducky contest, not sure if it's for Europe too tho. I'll PM the guy from that tank-something shop about the shipping.
About the brown switches tho, isn't it kind of against the point to remove the sound? Isn't the "clicking" kind of a bit of the point? I mean, I use headset anyway so I'd probably not notice, just wondering.
Another thing, I don't care about USB and sound outputs on the keyboard.

EDIT: The shipping would be between 40-50 usd depending on the shipping type (fast/slow). To be honest, this isn't very expensive at all, and combined the cost for 80 usd brown switch keyboard would still be quite below for example a K60 bought in Norway. The problem however is if it breaks.
"Minor repairs will be handled by selected Overclock.net members with knowledge in peripheral repairs, while full RMAs will be processed out of Ducky’s California offices where they will facilitate shipping to Taiwan if needed. Buyer pays shipping both ways for minor repairs and pays one way for shipping for major repairs." I'm not sure, but as long as there's no OCN members with knowledge in peripheral repairs in Europe, the cost would get quite high. I've bought used parts from the US before, but the motherboard (a MSI Big Bang Fuzion), broke twice and it cost me about 80 usd to RMA it each time (I only RMA'd it the first time, bought a new one the next time it broke).
 


 



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Well, I forgot the fact that the Ducky keyboard has the US keyboard layout. The Norwegian one is quite different :/


 

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I said this on another thread but i will repeat it here. The type of switch is much more important in your enjoyment of the keyboard than the manufacturer. As long as you aren't one of those people who puts a lot of weight into certain specific aesthetics, most keyboards that are not defective are going to feel more or less the same. Any deviation is likely to be psychological.
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I kind of agree. The switch is the big choice that will have the most effect on how the keyboard will feel. A good quality keyboard can make a switch feel more crisp and solid. The main things that change the feel of a keyboard are switch mounting (Backplate vs PCB), keycaps, and stabilizers. Layout also has a big weight on decisions for most some.
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About the brown switches tho, isn't it kind of against the point to remove the sound? Isn't the "clicking" kind of a bit of the point? I mean, I use headset anyway so I'd probably not notice, just wondering.

If the switch is tactile, you FEEL the bump not necessarily hear it.

I can only really hear my brown switches when I bottom out keys like space.
    
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