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Hi guys. Is this a good mechanical keyboard for all around? Planning to get one tomorrow. Also i checked the specs and it didn't state what polling rate this runs at.

Thanks.
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It's a decent enough board yes, not as many features as the Shine 3, but it's one of the better more budget oriented full size backlit boards.
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It's a decent enough board yes, not as many features as the Shine 3, but it's one of the better more budget oriented full size backlit boards.
Thanks for the reply. Is it good for gaming as well? Also what is the polling rate of this keyboard? Does it run at 1000Hz like any other mech keys?
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Thanks for the reply. Is it good for gaming as well? Also what is the polling rate of this keyboard? Does it run at 1000Hz like any other mech keys?

1000Hz I believe.
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Generally, mechanical keyboards are just fine for gaming. I have a couple of Keycool keyboards and they're just fine for games, so the Zero Shine should be as good, if not better. Besides, they all use the same mechanical switch types, and barring subtle differences between batches of the same type (which regular users might not be able to differentiate), they more or less feel the same. I can happily game on any of my mechanical keyboards without issue.....
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