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Monoprice Multicolor RGB Backlit Full-Sized Red Switch Mechanical Keyboard $45, or 2 for $80 + free shipping

daisybeetle 12,333 69,065 July 15, 2016 at 07:05 PM in Keyboards (7) More Monoprice Deals
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#3
get two if one dies. lol
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Looks decent. Chinese knock-off switches? Though that might not be a bad thing. One review said they couldn't change the lighting colors.
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well you ain't gonna get Cherry switches at this price.
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If you ain't using cherrys, u just pretendin'.
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How can they call the les's RGB if you can't even change the colors. And why would they go with different color for each row. I'd rather get non backlit mechs from amazon for cheaper
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building an APU rig for my niece/nephew's first computer. this keyboard is perfect! thanks OP!
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Quote from Abomlol View Post :
building an APU rig for my niece/nephew's first computer. this keyboard is perfect! thanks OP!
Why don't you save the money from this mediocre keyboard to get them a dedicated cpu and gpu. What a terrible uncle.shake head
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Quote from manvelmk View Post :
How can they call the les's RGB if you can't even change the colors. And why would they go with different color for each row. I'd rather get non backlit mechs from amazon for cheaper
link for cheap non backlit red switches? Blues seems to always be cheaper because they are too damn noisy.
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Last edited by santiagoanders July 15, 2016 at 09:51 PM
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Quote from Abomlol View Post :
building an APU rig for my niece/nephew's first computer. this keyboard is perfect! thanks OP!
What kind of rig? This kind?

http://f.tqn.com/y/animatedtv/1/S/h/apu.jpg
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What kind of rig? This kind?

http://f.tqn.com/y/animatedtv/1/S/h/apu.jpg

LMAOLMAOLMAO
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#13
Aw should have known theyre not cherry
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#14
non cherry keys and the reviews say you cannot change the color of the switches. looks like cheap knock off to me. but the each his own.
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link for cheap non backlit red switches? Blues seems to always be cheaper because they are too damn noisy.
$35 http://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=13787

Some people say enter key is a dealbreaker, but my experience is that everyone that uses these keyboards when I gift them around hasn't even noticed the different enter key.

Ignore the snobs who say the switches MUST be cherry. It'd be more understandable if they said "they're not buckling springs..." THOSE keys actually feel drastically different. Anything otherwise is just elitism. Yes, there can be slight differences between a cherry blue and otemu blue, but if you don't like the otemu blue, I can almost guarantee you won't like the cherry blue. Switch type is much more important than brand.
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