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Which one of these is the best?


http://cgi.ebay.com/SCRORPIOUS-M10-M...ht_2494wt_1141

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Cherry-G83-6...ht_2573wt_1189

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Cherry-Class...ht_2465wt_1189
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anything?
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Your post duration only have been 6 minutes apart, please don't double post or bump threads unless you have waited a duration of 24 hours.

I would try those cherrys out first due to their most likely going to be a entry board for you can get a feel for mechanical keyboards. Some people like them, but some who don't come on here and just rant about their waste of cash, so i suggest a tester board, the cherry your listed is good, dell at101w is another cheap one you can find.

The first linked one most likely is not a mechanical keyboard i could be wrong but the picture and other information is misleading.

specs of the m10
"Link: http://www.max-geek-llc-amazonwebstore.com
Price: $59
Switch Type: Cherry MX Blues
Switch Mounting: Plate
Keycap Printing: Laser Etched
Key Shape: Sculpted
Interface: USB
Rollover: 3 key
Layout: US ANSI
Extra Features: None
Drawbacks: Cheap Construction
Other: Older keyboards have soldering problems, so avoid buying used"

So i would most likely avoid, also uses usb which can be ...... if your a avid gamer or typing enthusiast.

SO in conclusion, try the cherrys or the one i mentioned dell at101w. See if your like, if you do then go full out get a filco or razor.
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ok thnx. I was thinking about the SteelSeries mechanical keyboard but i remember anther company that made a mech keyboard that was very simple and black. I forgot the name though.
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Cherry G83 keyboards are NOT mechanical.

The only Cherry branded keyboards that are mechanical are G80 keyboards and G84 keyboards.

If you stretch the definition then G81 as well, but they just suck.

G83 and G86 are all rubber domes.
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I used to have a Cherry G83. Acceptable choice if you want a dirt cheap keyboard, but no different from any other stuff really.
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