Originally Posted by Oddworld Abe
Well, nothing compares to your unique "Razer G110" keyboard.
Also, if everyone liked Ducky keyboards there wouldn't be so many different brands and designs.
It’s just a preference plain and simple. None of us have tried every brand of keyboard on the market today, although I’m certain a few have tried.
We just make choices on what feels good in our hands, from our personal experience. OK that came out wrong.
I’ve only used Microsoft, Razer, and Ducky boards. I’ve heard and assume Filcos are amazing but I love the backlighting, the LEDs on the Duckys. I’m a big fan of Corsair products but fall within the group that doesn’t believe they are best at every hardware category they indulge in. Corsair, Cooler Master, Logitech, I haven’t tried any of them, read the reviews and none of them seemed very appealing.
Next keyboard on my list to purchase after the Ducky Mini would be the Happy Hacker 60-key with Topre capacitance switches. Why, because it seems like a step up, something very different and much improved over Ducky, just like Razer did over Microsoft and Ducky did over Razer. I keep trying to improve my computing experience but I guess I move about it pretty slowly, I’m just now getting enough practice on the Ducky TKL with browns where I can actuate the switch without bottoming out.
Buy what makes you feel good, after all, its a hobby right?