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Hi, anyone know if this is a re branded model m.

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Nope.

Some other clone.
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Hey guys after reading the guide . I am a changed man lol. Just got myself a razer black wido the cheaper versio.

I suffer from rsi now and again and this thing seems to stop the strain . Loving it so far.

Can most keys on these types of boards be swapped or replaced ?
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Hey guys after reading the guide . I am a changed man lol. Just got myself a razer black wido the cheaper versio.

I suffer from rsi now and again and this thing seems to stop the strain . Loving it so far.

Can most keys on these types of boards be swapped or replaced ?
Yes, since they mostly use a common switch (all cherry MX switches have the same stem), there are a few options for replacement caps. You will however probably have to keep the macro ones stock.

I know Ducky offers replacement sets, and Geekhack has group buys for them from time to time. Pay close attention to the layout of the key sets if you do end up getting one; if you get a layout with a big enter key, you won't be able to put it on properly .
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Is there any other mechanical keyboards that incorporate a palm/wrist rest and feature MX Browns besides the ZOWIE Gear CELERITAS?
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Is there any other mechanical keyboards that incorporate a palm/wrist rest and feature MX Browns besides the ZOWIE Gear CELERITAS?
I remember Xarmor having a built in rest.


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Yes, since they mostly use a common switch (all cherry MX switches have the same stem), there are a few options for replacement caps. You will however probably have to keep the macro ones stock.

I know Ducky offers replacement sets, and Geekhack has group buys for them from time to time. Pay close attention to the layout of the key sets if you do end up getting one; if you get a layout with a big enter key, you won't be able to put it on properly .
Thanks for the info . I love it already to honest
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I remember Xarmor having a built in rest.
It does have a built in rest, but it uses MX Blue switches, I am looking for MX Browns.
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doesn't the steel series 7G have a rest?
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It does have a built in rest, but it uses MX Blue switches, I am looking for MX Browns.
They have either blue or brown.
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