Originally Posted by warrax
Hello there, here is visitor from Slovakia.
Last half year, I was deciding over internet, which keyboard to buy, cause I was unhappy with keyboards last years and I've found out that mechanical keyboards exist. I've been searching for quality mechanical keyboard but in our country, there is option only for 2 of them: Steelseries 7G (or 6Gv2) and razer blackwidow.
From what I read, I found out, that lighter switches are better for me, as I have very sensitive fingers. But both of these keyboards have black switches.
I was dissapointed, that there is no mechanical keyboard on the market with lighter switches, with good quality, every has some flaws, so I was very happy, when I've found this thread. Very good news indeed and excellent work. I am thinking about buying the one, even despite the fact, shipping will be quite high.
I have question tho, so what are those PBT keycaps? Sorry, if someone asked before, but this thread has already 100 pages, I don't have time to read it all. Are those any better, than common ones? Why versions without wrist rest doesn't have them too?
Well and another question, is there a chance, that the keyboard can contain cherry RED switches? I think those are really great for gaming for ppl with sensitive touch. Unfortunately, there is only one full-set keyboard with those switches and it is already out of stock (I think it is from cherry company)
And what about backlit LED lightning. Do you plan something like that in future? With that, I think those keyboards would be just perfect, best in world, as there isn't very much backlit mechanical keyboards, that have good quality backlit system (Xarmor has not very good backlit, and poor quality keycaps). If you guys plans something like backlit, there is one thing I would like to advice... please, with RED color. Red color is pretty best for backliting, cause it is not so agressive in darkness, and there is so little keyboards with that color. :-(
So I think perfect keyboard for gaming would be: cherry reds, red backliting, quality caps, wristrest... but browns are good too.