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Originally Posted by Abir View Post

Well as you already know the experience on a mechanical kb is far better , some good ones are Razer Blackwidow Ultimate, Logitech g19 (the screen is cool), and TT's esports challenger is worth a look as well good luck bro biggrin.gif

You're joking, right?

TT Challenger and G19 aren't even mechanical, and the BlackWidow is near the bottom of the mechanical world in terms of quality (though still better than your typical rubber dome).
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Originally Posted by Concelor View Post

One of the sites I found the Shine II available at, only had blacks or browns, I just assumed those were the only two options out there for it.
So basically I play FPS and RTS (nothing competitive online), and do decent amount of typing (multiple emails, but not any term papers etc) I wouldn’t mind avoiding some accidently key presses, but the difference between “teh” and “the” maybe be fault on the user, and not equipment :-D.
I am really liking the level of noise from the blues, I can’t see going any louder than that, quieter couldn’t hurt.
Now for tactile feed back, do you mean how it feels when you press a key, because the blackwidow I’m using now, feels really solid compared to my G15, and I love that.

Here are a couple of places with Shine II in MX Blue.

It sounds like MX Blue/Brown would probably be the right force for you. I use MX Black myself, because when I type on a lighter switch, evbwertythoing IO tryu to trype ciomes out liuke thios, so I need a heavier switch.

And yea, tactile feedback refers to the little "bump" you can feel when you press the key.
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post #12 of 13
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Lol I like your example of poor typing.
Has anyone had expierence with these guys?
http://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=147
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Ducky Shines are available in four out of five Cherry MX switch types, the exception being the elusive Cherry MX clears.
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