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Velocifire US via Amazon [amazon.com] has VELOCIFIRE TKL02 Mechanical Keyboard for $25.19 + Free Shipping Expired
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Thank you for the advice. Unfortunately I'm an accountant. Smilie
My daughter has the white wireless one. Actually really good for the price, certainly better than any membrane keyboard that you'd typically get at this price. The brown switches, while not Cherry, still feel pretty good. Space bar is pretty loud though, and the sound won't please mech keyboard snobs, but that's really my only complaint. Works wirelessly, or plugged-in.
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My daughter has the white wireless one. Actually really good for the price, certainly better than any membrane keyboard that you'd typically get at this price. The brown switches, while not Cherry, still feel pretty good. Space bar is pretty loud though, and the sound won't please mech keyboard snobs, but that's really my only complaint. Works wirelessly, or plugged-in.
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Really wish there's a deal for brown switches.
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Does this keyboard have a noticeable ringing noise (in addition to normal mechanical clacks).
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My bro is using the regular black cabled one for a couple of years and it has been great. Not fancy like the rgb ones which i prefer, and not too loud to annoy your teammates. I have blue switches and all my friends keep. complaining. So basically it has the tactical bump without the loudness. One thing i did not like was how thin the text on the keycaps. Certainly limits the brightness of the keys.
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Really wish there's a deal for brown switches.
the...$25 one is for brown switches...
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Really wish there's a deal for brown switches.
All three models are brown switches...
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the...$25 one is for brown switches...
Sorry, I mean a full keyboard with number pads and brown switches.
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Sorry, I mean a full keyboard with number pads and brown switches.
Unless what you do involves typing a lot of numbers (say you're an accountant, or spend all day in spreadsheets), a TKL (tenkey-less) keyboard is better. They take less desk space and allow your keyboard and mouse hands a more natural position. Also better for gaming, helping reduce running your mouse into your keyboard during frantic sessions. I switched years ago, and wouldn't ever go back (unless I suddenly become an accountant, which is highly unlikely).
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Cheapest I have seen a keyboard with brown switches for a while. I'm looking for red switches myself though.
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Does this keyboard have a noticeable ringing noise (in addition to normal mechanical clacks).
On the spacebar it does. Haven't tried to do any mods to it, since it's my daughters and she doesn't type a whole lot, mostly gaming. I did play some Apex on it, and found it to work pretty well for that.
It's certainly not as nice as my Leopold with Cherry browns, but I considered it a good deal even at the $50 I paid for it, so at this price, it's an even better deal.
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Unless what you do involves typing a lot of numbers (say you're an accountant, or spend all day in spreadsheets), a TKL (tenkey-less) keyboard is better. They take less desk space and allow your keyboard and mouse hands a more natural position. Also better for gaming, helping reduce running your mouse into your keyboard during frantic sessions. I switched years ago, and wouldn't ever go back (unless I suddenly become an accountant, which is highly unlikely).
Thank you for the advice. Unfortunately I'm an accountant. Smilie
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Quote from JHurdlow :
Unless what you do involves typing a lot of numbers (say you're an accountant, or spend all day in spreadsheets), a TKL (tenkey-less) keyboard is better. They take less desk space and allow your keyboard and mouse hands a more natural position. Also better for gaming, helping reduce running your mouse into your keyboard during frantic sessions. I switched years ago, and wouldn't ever go back (unless I suddenly become an accountant, which is highly unlikely).
TKL for home use and full size for work. Not an accountant, but a numbers pad is convenient to have. I switch them once a year to do taxes. Been doing WFH before it was fashionable, so blue switches on my work keyboard.
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great for coder.~ already have 3 laying around. Frown
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