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How big of a difference is there between black keys vs brown? I just tested a Steelseries G7 which have black keys and they had 0 resistance. I know they are supposed to be linear, but is there a significant difference between browns tactile feel vs blacks linear? If not, I'm considering blue keys.
The Cherry MX Blacks require noticeably more force to press than the Cherry MX Browns. The Cherry MX Blues are somewhere in the middle, leaning towards the lighter feeling of the Cherry MX Browns.
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post #8972 of 14564
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Originally Posted by EZjijy View Post
How big of a difference is there between black keys vs brown? I just tested a Steelseries G7 which have black keys and they had 0 resistance. I know they are supposed to be linear, but is there a significant difference between browns tactile feel vs blacks linear? If not, I'm considering blue keys.
A big difference, MX-browns have a noticable tactile bump but are incredibly light to the touch.

MX-Blacks have a continuous force feel, so until you bottom out it feels like the switch could travel forever. And generally require more force.
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Does anyone know if I can get a Steelseries 7G wrist rest for my 6Gv2?

I heard they fit just the same but I can't find any place to buy the wrist rest
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A big difference, MX-browns have a noticable tactile bump but are incredibly light to the touch.
Noticeable if you type with a light touch. If you put decent force into your typing, you won't really feel the tactility that much.

When I first got my Browns, I questioned whether or not they were really tactile. Of course, that was because I was used to slamming my finger on my domer boards.
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Does anyone know if I can get a Steelseries 7G wrist rest for my 6Gv2?

I heard they fit just the same but I can't find any place to buy the wrist rest
you may as well just get the 7G if you like the palm rest. I have the 7G and i can tell you the palm rest is the best palm rest i have ever used. i can game for hours and i never get tired. if you ever ffound somewhere to get the palm rest seperate you would pay through the rooof for it. you may as well just get the 7g. then you get the usb hub as well. it is an awsome keyboard. i love it.
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you may as well just get the 7G if you like the palm rest. I have the 7G and i can tell you the palm rest is the best palm rest i have ever used. i can game for hours and i never get tired. if you ever ffound somewhere to get the palm rest seperate you would pay through the rooof for it. you may as well just get the 7g. then you get the usb hub as well. it is an awsome keyboard. i love it.
He already has the 6gv2, he won't spend money on the 7g just for the wrist wrest....
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In my opinion,

>>> Gel.
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In my opinion, Memory Foam Wrist Rests >>> Gel.
In my opinion, absolutely nothing >>>>>>>>>>> Wrist wrest
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I like to use my fat as a wrist rest.
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