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This keyboard looks great. I'm so use to PBT though so I'm hoping that the key feel is similar. People always say cherry is the best but as a gamer I want a relatively quiet switch, with a short actuation distance and tactile feedback. The romer-g's sound perfect from me and they are from Omron, a proven manufacturer.
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They make normal keycaps to replace the angled stock ones. They are kinda expensive at $40, but you can at least do something about it and get regular keycaps. I'm debating on picking a set up.
It's plenty long imo. It's a thick rubber cable, but I have had no problems with the length.

Did not know that... Oh well, already purchased the G810 so... I also know if you have issues with the keycaps wearing out they will send out replacements for free. within that one year time frame of purchase.
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I have BW Chroma and it does feel cheap. The matte finish they use get super dirtly very fast. My G710+ feels so much higher quality in general. All razer stuff feels cheap to me compare to logitech but i do love the look and keys of Chroma.

I just like the layout of the Blackwidow keyboards. I feel like I can type faster on them vs the likes of others. That tiny gradual steps that each keys tack is something that you don't really notice but it really makes a difference for me. And after trying out so many different makers and body, the BlackWidow so far holds it down as my top 3.
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How long is the G910 cable if the 810 is longer? Wouldn't want to have to use an extension.

The G910 cable is 6ft long, same for the G810.
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post #103 of 161
It looks like the presence of the G810 is causing a price spike in the G910. They've gone up $10 this week. Just FYI for those waiting to choose. Dell has it cheapest right now, but they also charge tax.
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In Australia, The G810 is $249, G910 Can be obtained for $160-178 (Pending where you buy).

I like the simplistic look & feel of the G810 more than the G910. Going to order off Amazon tonight I reckon.
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This keyboard looks great. I'm so use to PBT though so I'm hoping that the key feel is similar. People always say cherry is the best but as a gamer I want a relatively quiet switch, with a short actuation distance and tactile feedback. The romer-g's sound perfect from me and they are from Omron, a proven manufacturer.

 

That would be Topre. PBT keycaps (with PBT spacebars available on the aftermarket) so you can have a full PBT board. They are tactile, have a VERY short actuation distance since the force against your finger happens at the start of the keypress, and then it quickly depresses to actuate the key quickly, and then as the boob inflates, it supports your finger on the way up to boot (excellent if you have to type a lot). And if you get something like a HHKB Type-S or Silenced Realforce, or choose to use things like EliteKeyboard landing pads or Hypersphere's rings, then you can have the upstroke clack effectively eliminated. Leaving you with a nice thock.

 

 

Be one with cup rubber.

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Like what?

The volume knob on my Corsair K90 skips whenever I try and use it. I can notch it down and the volume will actually end up going up. It's also very large, and I don't have a lot of room on my desk. I would also love to play with a keyboard with RGB lighting.

I went to corsair for some of my peripherals, but now I am beginning to migrate back to Logitech. Logitech's stuff just feels better... I can't really quantify "feel", but it just does.
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The volume knob on my Corsair K90 skips whenever I try and use it. I can notch it down and the volume will actually end up going up. It's also very large, and I don't have a lot of room on my desk. I would also love to play with a keyboard with RGB lighting.

I went to corsair for some of my peripherals, but now I am beginning to migrate back to Logitech. Logitech's stuff just feels better... I can't really quantify "feel", but it just does.

Why did you go for the K90 instead of the K70 if you were limited in desk space?

Both my G710+ and K70 are very solid keyboards, can't vouch for Corsair's other peripherals though.
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Why did you go for the K90 instead of the K70 if you were limited in desk space?

Both my G710+ and K70 are very solid keyboards, can't vouch for Corsair's other peripherals though.

All the Corsair K series have one fault tho if you actually look it up, the kb just dying.
As for if you're limited on desk space yeah go for a normal full size KB.
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All the Corsair K series have one fault tho if you actually look it up, the kb just dying.
As for if you're limited on desk space yeah go for a normal full size KB.

What keyboards are dying?

If you meant the LEDs, those on the previous generation of keyboards had issues in general irrespective of company or brand, and now the RGB LEDs being located under the actual switch are remarkably more reliable.
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meh, not enough leds and proprietary mechanical switches
 
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