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I'm not sure about wireless ones, but I did get a leopold fc210 a few weeks ago. It is really nice because it has esc, tab, equals, and backspace above the numbers, which I find pretty useful. Only problem is the older batches of this numpad output number row scancodes instead of numberpad codes. This is a newer batch one though.



 
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Originally Posted by drazah View Post

It would be best to link sites that you can buy from.

Amazon has tons of wireless numpads available (granted they arent mechanical switches). I have seen a bunch of mechanical numpads but don't think I have seen a wireless one yet personally, so that may be a tough thing to find unless you make something yourself.

ended up buying this one

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01N6NPXUR/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I think its the best deal and I always wondered how gateron switches felt in comparison with cherry
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ymmv but imo gaterons > cherries
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ymmv but imo gaterons > cherries
I can understand that. I think the reason why I prefer Cherries over anything else has a lot to do with nostalgia. You can find cherries in a few of my computers from the early 1980s. Those are what I learned to type on and what I continue to use. I have Blacks, Reds, Blues, and Browns I can switch between at a moments notice.
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I can understand that. I think the reason why I prefer Cherries over anything else has a lot to do with nostalgia. You can find cherries in a few of my computers from the early 1980s. Those are what I learned to type on and what I continue to use. I have Blacks, Reds, Blues, and Browns I can switch between at a moments notice.

Right on. Most will say that they prefer Gateron because they are noticeably smoother and I would agree, they are smoother. But like you said, Cherry is the OG, and I really don't mind the scratchiness to some of their keys. I prefer a scratchy light linear, but I don't like scratchy heavy linear switches. For my likings, anything that is like 60g+ needs to be as smooth as possible, but anything lighter or on the extremely light side tend to feel nicer (to me) when there is that little bit of scratchiness
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most of these arrant mechanical (buckling spring) but as far as personal investment goes this is about 20$ forth of keyboards and there my favorites.
the gutted one im trying to modifi but i think i blew out the controller chip. the keyboard im modifying is from a dead ibm 5155 that i have converted to a modern gaming rig short 1 powersupply and face mount keybord. i think im going to try and use a controller from a ps/2 keaybord and painfully solder the traces for every key in a jumble of to many wires to a membrane keybord. im gonna be going ham on the diod test for this.
    
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Interesting looking review of the ErgoDox EZ: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ErgoDox_EZ/Shine/
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I've recently joined the ranks of having a mechanical keyboard. I went with the Azio Mk Retro because I couldn't resist the style if I tried lol don't have a pic of it on my phone but here it is. It has Kailh Blue Switches


Edited by Echoa - 2/11/17 at 1:02pm
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What is the best method for cleaning the keycaps on a Corsair K95 RGB?

Just soap and warm water and kinda gently wash them and let them dry?
    
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Originally Posted by Echoa View Post

I've recently joined the ranks of having a mechanical keyboard. I went with the Azio Mk Retro because I couldn't resist the style if I tried lol don't have a pic of it on my phone but here it is. It has Kailh Blue Switches


Don't be so sure till you have taken off a keycap and confirmed that yourself.If you find yourself staring at a light green switch instead, it's from a mostly unknown company called OARMY.
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What is the best method for cleaning the keycaps on a Corsair K95 RGB?

Just soap and warm water and kinda gently wash them and let them dry?

Yes, and I recommend getting a wire keycap puller since the included one can, and did to mine, scratch some of the keycap sides.
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