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ABKONCORE Gaming Mechanical Keyboard w/ OUTEMU Blue Switches, RGB Side LED and Backlit for $32.39 + FSSS

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ABKONCORE K660 gaming keyboard use OUTUME Blue switches. It is the most popular switch, which has operating pressure 50±10GF. They provide a very satisfactory audible clicky feedback at each keypress, and keys are well-spaced and stable, which provide an amazing gaming & typing experience. The typing feels light, responsive, and shouldn't cause any fatigue over time. And the travel distance are not too short of these switches, which will not lead to typos.

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I bought this about a month ago for $32.49. It's very, very loud compared to traditional keyboards and even the mechanical-like keyboards. The lighting functions are pretty cool though and are easy to change without needing the manual/user guide each time. The mechanical aspect of it seems pretty accurate to me, as soon as the loud click happens, your key stroke appears on screen. I use this for office work, so not sure about anti-ghosting actually working or not. I don't regret the purchase
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This keyboard has a Fakespot Reviews Analysis of "F", indicating most of the reviews here are fake, more than likely by the seller.
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Excellent - bought one of these few months ago - it's been great for the kids. Picked up another as a spare. Thanks!
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This keyboard has a Fakespot Reviews Analysis of "F", indicating most of the reviews here are fake, more than likely by the seller.
This is total bull:
- fakespot gives an F because 'insufficient reliable reviews' - perhaps just hold on buying anything until at least 100 reliable reviews are present.
- reviewmeta has an adjusted rating of 4.4 with 0 (ZERO) unnatural reviews!!!
- in the past I bought a couple of items "F" fakespotted, I don't remember any of them breaking up, and one of them was my first mechanical keyboard that still works today.
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probably the best mechanical keyboard in market at this price range
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Any TKL keyboard suggestions in this price range? I'm not a gamer and this is for office work. Looking for TKL because by keyboard tray is not wide enough for a full keyboard and mouse
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Just something to keep in mind - I loved my mechanical keyboard until video/audio calls became common at home. They're loud so the other person will definitely hear you typing. I end up having to type on my laptops keyboard.
I got uses to the sound and like it, but my roommate hates the clicks lol
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Bought one of these in June last time it showed up here. The "O" key started failing a couple weeks ago. I ended up moving up to something with full RGB support, the lighting on this one consists of colored strips that run the width of the keyboard, not customizable beyond turning on and off in pre-set sequences. I knew this going in, but something to keep in mind.
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I have 3 mechanical keyboards and though I game too, I think their value is really for office work. I find them so much nicer to type on than a normal keyboard. Now of course they are louder and the blue switches are the worst of all in that respect, being the most clicky. There are good YouTube videos if you want to hear and get some feedback about the various switches. I have brown, blue and red and my favorite is probably the red type, but that is really a personal choice.
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Bought this for $30 + ship = $35.
https://www.newegg.com/black-teso...6YZ2MX1482

Is this any better?
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I bought this about a month ago for $32.49. It's very, very loud compared to traditional keyboards and even the mechanical-like keyboards. The lighting functions are pretty cool though and are easy to change without needing the manual/user guide each time. The mechanical aspect of it seems pretty accurate to me, as soon as the loud click happens, your key stroke appears on screen. I use this for office work, so not sure about anti-ghosting actually working or not. I don't regret the purchase
They're loud because they're blue switches which makes the"clicky" sound, and some prefers that. If you want less noise when typing you should look at a different color switches.
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Bought this for $30 + ship = $35.
https://www.newegg.com/black-teso...6YZ2MX1482 [newegg.com]

Is this any better?
I'd say your pick seems much better plus Kailh vs Oetmu switches
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Any TKL keyboard suggestions in this price range? I'm not a gamer and this is for office work. Looking for TKL because by keyboard tray is not wide enough for a full keyboard and mouse
I have this one and like it https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DFBKYT5/. I haven't used it lately (switched computers) but I think it worked well. I would occassionally have issues with thinking I pressed a key but it didn't activate, but that may be up to me switching between this and laptop keyboards too much. This particular one just has light blue backlight. It also has brown switches which should be the quietest mechanical option for is more office friendly. I think you can also get o-ring dampeners to quiet it down more. It was louder than my previous membrane thin keyboard but not obscenely loud either.
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I bought this one the last time it went on sale.

Thoughts:

- The color changing programming requires the manual mostly. Unique key combinations and presses make it hard to memorize and change coloring on the fly. There's no software programming of keys, to my knowledge, so you won't be able to do any gaming or design highlighting on your keys.

- The key switches are the noisiest color available for mechanical keyboards - the blue ones. So - if noise isn't an issue, this is an incredibly satisfying keyboard. If noise is an issue, then keep looking

- Comes with all the typical key puller and cleaning brush you see with a bunch of keyboards. Also comes with a molded plastic cover. Feels cheap, but it'll do the job if you want it to.

Overall - this is the best mechanical keyboard you're going to get for this price. It works great, and it has a full numpad, which is nice. I highly recommend if you just like the colors, clicks, and reliability without some of the more advanced light programming features some keyboards have.
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