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Velocifire via Amazon [amazon.com] has VELOCIFIRE TKL02 87 Key Mechanical Keyboard with Outemu Brown Switches, LED Backlit for Copywriters, Typists, Students for $26.96 with coupon code NVNKTR5H. Shipping is free.

Velocifire via Amazon [amazon.com] has VELOCIFIRE TKL02 Wireless 87 Key Mechanical Keyboard with Brown Switches, and White LED Backlit for Copywriters, Typists, and Programmers for $35.69 with coupon code Y4KIET4O. Shipping is free.

Velocifire via Amazon [amazon.com] has M87 Mac Layout Mechanical Keyboard, VELOCIFIRE 87-Key with Brown Switch, and LED White Backlit, 100% Compatible with Mac (Black) for $49.79 with coupon code YNK749T8. Shipping is free.
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I have the TKL01 (prior revision) of this keyboard. I really like the 01 model. 02 looks like the body is smaller, and the keyboard is shorter.

My experience with the TKL01 has been really positive. I love the keyboard. I'm not a mechanical keyboard enthusiast, and I just wanted a relatively cheap way to try out a mechanical keyboard, and this hit the spot. Pretty easy recommendation if you're just looking to try something out. I know there are much better, much more expensive keyboards, but this is a solid, cheap entry point.
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I use mine for web surfing, writing amazon reviews, and gaming. I prefer the smaller footprint of the 87 key, gives more room on my cluttered desk for all my 2 liter bottles of Mountain Dew.
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Stuck keys automatically makes it a subpar keyboard, let alone "great." Marked your comment as "helpful" though!
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I have the TKL01 (prior revision) of this keyboard. I really like the 01 model. 02 looks like the body is smaller, and the keyboard is shorter.

My experience with the TKL01 has been really positive. I love the keyboard. I'm not a mechanical keyboard enthusiast, and I just wanted a relatively cheap way to try out a mechanical keyboard, and this hit the spot. Pretty easy recommendation if you're just looking to try something out. I know there are much better, much more expensive keyboards, but this is a solid, cheap entry point.
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I bought the wireless version of this the last time it was on sale. It's a great keyboard however it seems to have an issue every now and then where a key will get stuck (not physically just software) and I have to restart the keyboard. Not a big issue it's just kind of annoying. Aside from that it's been fantastic.
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I bought the wireless version of this the last time it was on sale. It's a great keyboard however it seems to have an issue every now and then where a key will get stuck (not physically just software) and I have to restart the keyboard. Not a big issue it's just kind of annoying. Aside from that it's been fantastic.
+1 same experience. Nice for the price. Spotty wireless performance.
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I bought the wireless version of this the last time it was on sale. It's a great keyboard however it seems to have an issue every now and then where a key will get stuck (not physically just software) and I have to restart the keyboard. Not a big issue it's just kind of annoying. Aside from that it's been fantastic.
Stuck keys automatically makes it a subpar keyboard, let alone "great." Marked your comment as "helpful" though!
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It would have been nicer with the number pad
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i bought this not on sale. i play fortnite with it and do well but some of the lights on the keys went out after 6 months.
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Omg. Will there ever be a full size sub $25 mech keyboard? Been waiting forever.
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FWIW, tkl01 works fine with a Mac.
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I'm curious what kind of people prefer a 87 key keyboard? What do you do mostly on a PC? Is it just gaming? I'm a statistician. My life would be miserable without the num pad. I still remember having a laptop with out a num pad back in grad school. I had to carry a usb num pad with me all the time.
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I bought the wireless version a few days ago (paid full price, which was $41 by the way). I returned it today. Despite the overwhelmingly positive reviews on Amazon, I kind of hate it. The wireless does not function at all. I know they're susceptible to 2.4ghz interference, but all my other 2.4ghz works fine. This one either does not register keystrokes or registers 20-30 keystrokes a few seconds after I press the button. Non functioning.

I wasn't impressed with the keys either. Keys were very wobbly and cheap feeling, seemed unstable whenever I pressed a key. The downstroke feels very rough to me, like there's gravel stuck between the keys and the board or something.

With so many positive reviews I kind of wondered if I got a counterfeit product or a defective unit. The body itself felt GREAT. Super heavy and solid. Lookswise, this is absolutely my favorite keyboard. Matte black with no distasteful bells or whistles. It's perfect.

IF ONLY IT WAS FUNCTIONAL. I don't feel it's with the risk to ask for a replacement. Maybe I just genuinely hate this crummy keyboard. Who knows.
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I'm curious what kind of people prefer a 87 key keyboard? What do you do mostly on a PC? Is it just gaming? I'm a statistician. My life would be miserable without the num pad. I still remember having a laptop with out a num pad back in grad school. I had to carry a usb num pad with me all the time.
I use mine for web surfing, writing amazon reviews, and gaming. I prefer the smaller footprint of the 87 key, gives more room on my cluttered desk for all my 2 liter bottles of Mountain Dew.
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I bought the wireless version of this the last time it was on sale. It's a great keyboard however it seems to have an issue every now and then where a key will get stuck (not physically just software) and I have to restart the keyboard. Not a big issue it's just kind of annoying. Aside from that it's been fantastic.
I have the same keyboard and I also have the same issue. It only happens when used in wireless mode though. Overall, I think it's a good mechanical keyboard for the price. I really enjoy typing and gaming on it even though it's not really advertised as a"gaming keyboard"
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I'm curious what kind of people prefer a 87 key keyboard? What do you do mostly on a PC? Is it just gaming? I'm a statistician. My life would be miserable without the num pad. I still remember having a laptop with out a num pad back in grad school. I had to carry a usb num pad with me all the time.
I've seen a good suggestion of getting an 87-key along with a USB numpad and putting the numpad on the left side of your keyboard. The numpads often have additional keys (backspace, parentheses, and a few other buttons), and it lets you type on a numpad while using your mouse. I really like the idea for using Excel, honestly.
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