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Monoprice: Select Series - Full Size Blue Switch Mechanical Keyboard - $35.99 + Free Shipping

nattybatty 910 1,380 July 8, 2016 at 03:56 PM in Keyboards (5) More Monoprice Deals
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Last Edited by cricket702 July 8, 2016 at 05:03 PM
Monoprice [monoprice.com] has Select Series - Full Size Blue Switch Mechanical Keyboard for $35.99 + Free Shipping.

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  • Professional Performance: Mechanical keys switches built to last. Red and blue switches catering to either light or heavy touch preference during use.
  • Ghost busters, never miss a key stroke! 0 Input latency and no ghosting on keystrokes.
  • Ability to depress up to 10 keys at once and register each keystroke.
  • Full size keyboard.
  • Premium cable breakout: Fully braided cable.
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i know they used to be cherry switches, but is the current one cherry switches too?
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A great price, but I don't think I can live with the layout (especially the return key!). MP keyboards have always seemed a great value, and whether cherry or not, I trust that they use good quality switches. Thanks for posting!
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Quote from eternalthree View Post :
i know they used to be cherry switches, but is the current one cherry switches too?
At this price it's not cherry
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So my Logitech wireless just died.... Any recommendations for good keyboard?
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$35 doesn't even cover the cost of the 100+ Cherry brand switches..

a GOOD keyboard?

WASD, Ducky, DAS keyboard, Filco... All make good products..
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A great price, but I don't think I can live with the layout (especially the return key!). MP keyboards have always seemed a great value, and whether cherry or not, I trust that they use good quality switches. Thanks for posting!
What's wrong with the return key?
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What's wrong with the return key?
ISO standard = bad
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$35 doesn't even cover the cost of the 100+ Cherry brand switches..

a GOOD keyboard?

WASD, Ducky, DAS keyboard, Filco... All make good products..
yeah, these definitely aren't cherry brand switches. they are cherry compatible stems though, so you get do o ring mods or custom keycaps if you wanted.... but yeah, these are the cheap cherry-style knockoff switches.

for the price though, they beat membrane switches
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Quote from Cradle6 View Post :
What's wrong with the return key?
look at your keyboard's return/enter key... then look at the product photo.

almost every US keyboard is in ansi layout... this is iso layout.

it's got a weird enter key, and the pipe key that's usually above your enter button is down to the right of the left shift, which means your left shift is super tiny.
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dead ?
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Quote from erishun View Post :
look at your keyboard's return/enter key... then look at the product photo.

almost every US keyboard is in ansi layout... this is iso layout.

it's got a weird enter key, and the pipe key that's usually above your enter button is down to the right of the left shift, which means your left shift is super tiny.
I'm going to have to pass on this small piece of shift
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Quote from erishun View Post :
yeah, these definitely aren't cherry brand switches. they are cherry compatible stems though, so you get do o ring mods or custom keycaps if you wanted.... but yeah, these are the cheap cherry-style knockoff switches.

for the price though, they beat membrane switches

Yeah, for the price hands down it's a decent keyboard. Just set expectations correctly laugh out loud
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Quote from erishun View Post :
look at your keyboard's return/enter key... then look at the product photo.

almost every US keyboard is in ansi layout... this is iso layout.

it's got a weird enter key, and the pipe key that's usually above your enter button is down to the right of the left shift, which means your left shift is super tiny.
I don't see what you're talking about. It looks like most of the keyboards I have. The only exception being the Logitech G510 I currently have hooked up.
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Quote from bart101 View Post :
I don't see what you're talking about. It looks like most of the keyboards I have. The only exception being the Logitech G510 I currently have hooked up.
No, that is non standard layout. Most keyboards in the US use ANSI layout standard. This keyboard has ISO enter key, but then the rest of the keys are ANSI which makes the layout look retarded. Lastly, good luck finding replacement keycaps for this keyboard.
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