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EmarthTech [amazon.com]: Emarth Mechanical Keyboard, USB Wired Gaming Keyboard 87-Key with Blue Switches (Black/Silver)

Originally $40, Final Price AC $30 MGANN3IH

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  • Plug and Play: No drive needed, just plug and play. Compatible with Mac OS X, Windows10/8/7, Windows XP, VISTA, etc.
  • Ultimate Gaming Performance: 87 keys (Anti-ghosting 26 key), 12 cool led backlit models, 10 levels brightness, windows keys disabled in game mode. These together brings you a super cool and hyper-reality gaming world.
  • Save Space: Compact design without numpad section provides extra space for your mouse and allows your shoulders to be comfortably positioned.
  • Ergonomical design: The stepped keycap makes it sleek, fit your hands easily to prevent fatigue.
  • What You Get: Emarth mechanical keyboard; Friendly customer service, 30-days hassle-free money back guarantee, 12 month WARRANTY.
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#2
good entry mechanical keyboard. does not say which mechanical switches it uses.
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Quote from creepycandy View Post :
good entry mechanical keyboard. does not say which mechanical switches it uses.
According to this review, it uses "cherry MX Blue clone switches"...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...B01H6P8ASU

https://www.amazon.com/product-re...geNumber=1

Supposedly not as smooth, but still good
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#4
I just bought my first mechanical keyboard from monoprice, and I hate it. I prefer my $10 Microsoft keyboard. Never again will I waste money on overrated accessories.
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I just bought my first mechanical keyboard from monoprice, and I hate it. I prefer my $10 Microsoft keyboard. Never again will I waste money on overrated accessories.
What exactly didn't you like? You're either trolling or just picked a bad keyboard for your preferences.
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Best review I found.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4NWv0b__bM

Was going to pull the trigger until I found out you can't change the colors, you're stuck with rainbow.... blech. Would have preferred a single color, such as red.
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hey guys, plan on getting a cheap mechanical keyboard for work. is this too outstanding in terms of how it looks and how loud it is?

thank you,
jim
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I would say it's too loud for work. I picked up the Tomoko keyboard last week, which also uses blue switches, and it's really loud. I would never use it in an open office, guaranteed complaints within 5 minutes. Perfect for home use though.
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#9
As a gamer who doesn't get into competitive gaming of any sort, what would someone recommend for switches for just some better tactile feel. Talking about games like Fallout 4, Far Cry, Doom, etc. I'm think MX brown would be decent just from the description but not really sure.
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Quote from steinavicii View Post :
hey guys, plan on getting a cheap mechanical keyboard for work. is this too outstanding in terms of how it looks and how loud it is?

thank you,
jim
I wouldn't use blue switches in an office setting. I recommend brown switches for work.
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Quote from steinavicii View Post :
hey guys, plan on getting a cheap mechanical keyboard for work. is this too outstanding in terms of how it looks and how loud it is?

thank you,
jim
zealios purple 65g
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Quote from JackJ5797 View Post :
zealios purple 65g
I'm not aware of any cheap keyboards that comes with zealios. Putting your sarcasm aside, this switch is sold as a standalone and is marketed towards the diy enthusiasts.
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As a gamer who doesn't get into competitive gaming of any sort, what would someone recommend for switches for just some better tactile feel. Talking about games like Fallout 4, Far Cry, Doom, etc. I'm think MX brown would be decent just from the description but not really sure.
Most people recommend mx reds for FPS gaming because it has the smooth action without the tactile "bump" which would slow down key presses. Some people prefer browns or blues, and I've never seen anyone recommend anything outside of those three. Blue are apparently pretty good for RTS/RPG/MOBA style games because you will know when you hit the key and it's much harder to hit another key by accident due to the bump. Browns are a nice middle ground between the two.

I have the Corsair K70 [amazon.com] with red switches and I like it a lot. If you really want the tactile feedback I'd say browns over blues but in the end it comes down to personal preference. Maybe find a B&M with some kbs on display that you can click around a bit?
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I have the Corsair K70 [amazon.com] with red switches and I like it a lot. If you really want the tactile feedback I'd say browns over blues but in the end it comes down to personal preference. Maybe find a B&M with some kbs on display that you can click around a bit?[/QUOTE]

I really like the Cherry mx browns to play guild wars 2, but tenkeyless with browns are farking hard to find under $80.
I had a Max Blackbird that after a year 1-4 keys stopped working, and man it felt good to type in compared to my backup piece of shit CM Quickfire I (17 dead LED's before i replaced them, and the caps just feel weird), that is also brown switches.

Buying this cheapo $30 to see how blues feels, and replace all the switches with my Blackbird's browns.
For playing MMO's (and chatting with buddies) do you think red's are really good compared to browns?
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Last edited by rambo99jose August 14, 2016 at 12:57 PM
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For playing MMO's (and chatting with buddies) do you think red's are really good compared to browns?
Based on what I've read on the subject I would guess brown is probably more suited to that but I'm no expert. My only real experience is with reds and I play fps games mostly. In the end it comes down to how it feels and what you like. It sounds to me like you'd know more about that than I do.
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