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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post

Yeah I tend to bottom out the keys as I type anyway, so would it make sense for someone like me to get brown or blue switches? From the way I understand it those are meant so that you feel the point of the switch activating so that you don't need to bottom out the key.

Anyway I ordered the MaxKeyboard's tester thing and hopefully by the time it gets here there will still be some nice deals on keyboards.

Yes you will still feel the bump once you get used to touch typing. If you get the logitech g710+ (browns) it has the oring mod installed, and works wonders to stop bottoming out.
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Microcenter has a good number of mechanical keyboards. Not the highest quality brands, but enough to test switches and buy online.

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