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post #21 of 24
I have a Trigger and I've never had any problems with it. It even survived my son spilling milk on it, after I used it for a few hours not knowing the extent of the spill.

Solid keyboard that's built to last.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Justhavocman View Post

Plus these so called "Black Switches" are as loud as the blue switches i had tested on the blackwidow!
If you bottom out any switch, it's gonna be loud, unless you buy some o-rings. If you touch type on blues, it will be louder than blacks or browns, but bottoming out the keys is most of the noise. I think the only keyboard where the switch made more noise than the bottoming out was the IBM model F.

The black widow has really bad stabilizers, and I have not heard good things about iOne.

If you want a good keyboard, look at a Ducky Shine. They are considered some of the best keyboards around.
post #23 of 24
Rumor says that Ducky spacebar has a funny feeling, is that true?
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by CptMuseLoL View Post

Rumor says that Ducky spacebar has a funny feeling, is that true?

Ducky uses Cherry stabilisers on all the big keys, which feel, in some people's opinion, "squishy" compared to comparing Costar stabilisers.
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