Originally Posted by KyadCK
I never said anything at all about how fast I type, so don't make assumptions. There is a difference between the bottoming out click and tactile feed back. You should know this.
As for Brows vs Reds, there is a difference, and an obvious one at that. I should know, I actually have 2 reds and a brown within reach of each other. If you think they're anything alike, you need to go back to the store and try them again.
Am I wrong when I claimed that the bottoming out issue is a no-brainer when you type at a decent speed, due to being unable to control it?
Also, the difference isn't that obvious. Sure, there is the feedback (or tactility), but because the spring is the same, the difference isn't that big, not at all. And I should know since I still own an mx red and mx brown and go back and forth between them all the time.
Originally Posted by dtolios
Question: ppl refer to the feel of Duckies etc being better or whatnot...
Seriously? Don't all of them share the same Cherry MX switches? What kind of "feel" are you referring to? Key-cap texture? Minor key-to-key distance differences?
I actually like the design of the K90, so this board is appealing to me - more than my Trigger at least...wish it was around when I bought mine, but I don't think I would get it for the price I got the CM for, so I doubt I would end up opting for it...
Actually, Ducky is not a top-of-the-line brand. In regards to the feeling... keycap material changes the feeling, and so does the thickness of such keycap, whether the switch is plate or pcb mounted and some other things. It's not as easy as to claim that an mx blue keyboard will feel just the same as any other, because it's not.
Heck, I can tell when switching keycaps on my keybards... going from SP keycaps to original Cherry DS made a very noticeable difference (and not a good one, just different).