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EVGA Z15 RGB Backlit Gaming Keyboard w/ Kailh Speed Bronze Switches EXPIRED

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Newegg has EVGA Z15 RGB Backlit Gaming Keyboard w/ Kailh Speed Bronze Switches (Clicky, 822-W1-15US-KR) for $49.99. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Hotswapable with Kailh Speed Silver Switches
  • Per key RGB Lighting
  • 32-bit Arm Cortex-M33 core USB microprocessor supporting 4,000Hz report rate
  • Dedicated Volume Scroll Wheel, and Multimedia Keys
  • Magnetic Palm rest

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EVGA Z15 RGB Gaming Keyboard, RGB Backlit LED, Hotswappable Mechanical Kaihl Speed Bronze Switches (Clicky), 822-W1-15US-KR

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This product came out this year and already over 60% off. EVGA peripherals are garbage.
On the fence about this one. A hot-swappable full F1800 board that is backlit are next to impossible to find, esp under 100. On the other hand there is a giant EVGA on the top.
Its basically the same wuality as the other big name makers (corsair, logitech, razer, etc). Tbh its probably coming from the same factory as those as well.

But the great thing is its hotswappable. So for basically half the price of the other brands you get soo mich more potential.

I would have no issue recommending this as a first mechanical keyboard since it could last forever and easy as hell to customize and repair.

If your wanting high end you shouldnt be looking at any of the big name stuff. Or you could take a cheaper board and do the work yourself and make it alot better then most the known keyboard brands.

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This product came out this year and already over 60% off. EVGA peripherals are garbage.


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I saw mentions that these keyboard switches actuate before the actual click leading to a lot of false and accidental key presses from the weight of your fingers resting on the keys. Does anyone have experience with this?
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I saw mentions that these keyboard switches actuate before the actual click leading to a lot of false and accidental key presses from the weight of your fingers resting on the keys. Does anyone have experience with this?
I havent experienced it. But they are speed switches which take a but to get used to.

They are great but not for me personally so i switched them with purple pros.
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This product came out this year and already over 60% off. EVGA peripherals are garbage.
Its basically the same wuality as the other big name makers (corsair, logitech, razer, etc). Tbh its probably coming from the same factory as those as well.

But the great thing is its hotswappable. So for basically half the price of the other brands you get soo mich more potential.

I would have no issue recommending this as a first mechanical keyboard since it could last forever and easy as hell to customize and repair.

If your wanting high end you shouldnt be looking at any of the big name stuff. Or you could take a cheaper board and do the work yourself and make it alot better then most the known keyboard brands.
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I saw mentions that these keyboard switches actuate before the actual click leading to a lot of false and accidental key presses from the weight of your fingers resting on the keys. Does anyone have experience with this?
Yes ive had this happen to me a few times so I tried to deliberately recreate the issue and it worked. The keys can actuate with the right amount of pressure before actually clicking. It wasn't really an issue for me typing though. I love this keyboard overall and have written countless documents on it without issue.
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Its basically the same wuality as the other big name makers (corsair, logitech, razer, etc). Tbh its probably coming from the same factory as those as well.

But the great thing is its hotswappable. So for basically half the price of the other brands you get soo mich more potential.

I would have no issue recommending this as a first mechanical keyboard since it could last forever and easy as hell to customize and repair.

If your wanting high end you shouldnt be looking at any of the big name stuff. Or you could take a cheaper board and do the work yourself and make it alot better then most the known keyboard brands.
I don't know about Razer, but Corsair keyboards are garbage. I bought the K70 and the keys keep falling out while I'm typing. Never buying Corsair again.
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Quote from Toysoldier34 :
I saw mentions that these keyboard switches actuate before the actual click leading to a lot of false and accidental key presses from the weight of your fingers resting on the keys. Does anyone have experience with this?
I have speed switches (Corsair) and I love them! I studied computer science and have always valued my typing ability and have worked on it extensively and I've never had any issues with misshits. I think if you already have issues with typing it may exacerbate them...
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I don't know about Razer, but Corsair keyboards are garbage. I bought the K70 and the keys keep falling out while I'm typing. Never buying Corsair again.
I have a corsair and I love it. It's built like a tank and I've never had a single issue.

Did you take the keys off without the proper tool at some point for some reason?​
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I have a corsair and I love it. It's built like a tank and I've never had a single issue.

Did you take the keys off without the proper tool at some point for some reason?​
Nope! Maybe it's just me then. I'll try my luck with a Razer keyboard next time.
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On the fence about this one. A hot-swappable full F1800 board that is backlit are next to impossible to find, esp under 100. On the other hand there is a giant EVGA on the top.
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On the fence about this one. A hot-swappable full F1800 board that is backlit are next to impossible to find, esp under 100. On the other hand there is a giant EVGA on the top.
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Nope! Maybe it's just me then. I'll try my luck with a Razer keyboard next time.
I have a razer keyboard and a corsair keyboard on two different computers. The corsair is definitely more beefy and reliable. The razer has been decent and has worked for a long time but the plastic build, weird led backlight random dimming, and a couple sticky buttons makes it fell a bit cheap.
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