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VELOCIFIRE via Amazon [amazon.com]has a 60% Wireless Red Switch Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard with Black Color for $37.49. Shipping is free.
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VELOCIFIRE via Amazon [amazon.com] has a 60% Wireless Red Switch Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard with White Color for $37.49. Shipping is free.
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VELOCIFIRE via Amazon [amazon.com] has a 60% Wireless Brown Switch Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard with Black Color for $37.49. Shipping is free.
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VELOCIFIRE via Amazon [amazon.com]has a 60% Wireless Brown Switch Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard with White Color for $37.49. Shipping is free.
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I was thinking the same thing but then it's Amazon. Get it and if the switches are lackluster, then just return it.
I own their 71 key wireless keyboard. I love it! It's a Chinese brand, but the best bang for your buck that I've seen around. It's a starter board as far as price range goes, but build quality is great.

The switches are Jixian Brown or Red switches. Scroll down to the bottom of the site to see the details.

https://www.velocifiretech.com/pr...reless-mk/

To be perfectly honest, if you want a GREAT 60% keyboard, I would very highly recommend their M2. There is no other fully hot swappable board around at anywhere near the price that these folks are selling for. I recommend the product. Far and away the best bang for your buck.

Here's a pic of my board with cheap chineese keycaps. [imgur.com]
I dont recommend using bluetooth for gaming. If you want use a wireless keyboard for gaming, I suggest look into RK G68 since it comes with a 2.4g wireless dongle. It also comes with bluetooth capability if you you actually need it. Per my experience, I would suggest getting a usb extender to have the dongle closer to your keyboard.

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The listing doesn't specify what brand of switches, which makes me hesistant. I'd rather spend a little more money on something like Keychron where you know what you're getting for not a lot more money.
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The listing doesn't specify what brand of switches, which makes me hesistant. I'd rather spend a little more money on something like Keychron where you know what you're getting for not a lot more money.
I was thinking the same thing but then it's Amazon. Get it and if the switches are lackluster, then just return it.
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I'm interested in a wireless mechanical for casual gaming. Is there something better for around this price or up to 50?
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The listing doesn't specify what brand of switches, which makes me hesistant. I'd rather spend a little more money on something like Keychron where you know what you're getting for not a lot more money.
The switches are in the descriptions. The colors refer to the switches and not case or lighting. Now I don't know for sure that these are Cherry MX keyswitches but the color is listed in the description and on Amazon. If they are legit this is a pretty solid deal. I think I'm going to try one just to have a spare - and I kind of like this format - I like having aactual F keys but I used to have an old Honeywell keyboard like thise about 20 years ago and it was great. Also, I hear the brown switches are siilar to those on the old HP workstation keyboards - strong feedback but not clicky. Guess I'll go for it.
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The switches are in the descriptions. The colors refer to the switches and not case or lighting. Now I don't know for sure that these are Cherry MX keyswitches but the color is listed in the description and on Amazon. If they are legit this is a pretty solid deal. I think I'm going to try one just to have a spare - and I kind of like this format - I like having aactual F keys but I used to have an old Honeywell keyboard like thise about 20 years ago and it was great. Also, I hear the brown switches are siilar to those on the old HP workstation keyboards - strong feedback but not clicky. Guess I'll go for it.
Yes, they list the color but not the manufacturer.
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Agreed. Good chance they are clones, especially at this price. IF they end up not being very good, I guess I'll be out 40 bucks. Heh.
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I'm interested in a wireless mechanical for casual gaming. Is there something better for around this price or up to 50?
I dont recommend using bluetooth for gaming. If you want use a wireless keyboard for gaming, I suggest look into RK G68 since it comes with a 2.4g wireless dongle. It also comes with bluetooth capability if you you actually need it. Per my experience, I would suggest getting a usb extender to have the dongle closer to your keyboard.
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I own their 71 key wireless keyboard. I love it! It's a Chinese brand, but the best bang for your buck that I've seen around. It's a starter board as far as price range goes, but build quality is great.

The switches are Jixian Brown or Red switches. Scroll down to the bottom of the site to see the details.

https://www.velocifiretech.com/pr...reless-mk/

To be perfectly honest, if you want a GREAT 60% keyboard, I would very highly recommend their M2. There is no other fully hot swappable board around at anywhere near the price that these folks are selling for. I recommend the product. Far and away the best bang for your buck.

Here's a pic of my board with cheap chineese keycaps. [imgur.com]
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If people want a cheaper alternative there is a TKL wireless with RGB for less:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HY76LPZ

Edit: Price was 29.99 but seller raised it.

The one above seems to be the exact same as the Ajazz K870T

https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-...B08G8L1TBT
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will prefer it if this is 104 keys version for this price
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The listing doesn't specify what brand of switches, which makes me hesistant. I'd rather spend a little more money on something like Keychron where you know what you're getting for not a lot more money.
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I was thinking the same thing but then it's Amazon. Get it and if the switches are lackluster, then just return it.
These keyboards have Jixian switches: https://www.velocifiretech.com/pr...reless-mk/
Looks like the newer version has Gateron switches.
I have an older Velocifire TKL with Outemu switches.
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These keyboards have Jixian switches: https://www.velocifiretech.com/pr...reless-mk/
Looks like the newer version has Gateron switches.
I have an older Velocifire TKL with Outemu switches.
gateron is better than jixian? Never heard of jixian switch before.
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I'm interested in a wireless mechanical for casual gaming. Is there something better for around this price or up to 50?
Bluetooth has latency issues and also many wireless keyboards have energy saving functions that occasionally "sleeps" when idled too long, making it not so ideal for gaming.

Getting a proper wired keyboard for gaming with nkro and anti ghosting with outemu or cherry MX keys are the gold standards of the gaming industry
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