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Jun 14, 2014 at 7:34 AM Post #1,561 of 1,945

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I feel OG with my keyboard. I've been using for the past 7 years. Its the keyboard from a $300 bundle compaq desktop. The funny thing is every other aspect of my computer is expensive. 
 

 
Jun 15, 2014 at 7:55 PM Post #1,562 of 1,945

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Right now, and for the past few years, I've been using a G11 by Logitech...
 

 
 
Waiting for my Code TKL Green Cherry Mechanical to arrive via UPS. Simple, compact and loads of clicky goodness...
 

 
Jun 16, 2014 at 1:45 AM Post #1,564 of 1,945

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Are there any unlabeled keyboards with cherry blue switches besides the Das Keyboard brand?
Ducky has the labeling only on the bottom and on the PCB.
 
Jun 16, 2014 at 1:52 AM Post #1,565 of 1,945

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  Are there any unlabeled keyboards with cherry blue switches besides the Das Keyboard brand?

 
Does it have to bee 100% unlabeled? Filco has a design I really like where the keys are printed on the side rather than the top...
 

 
They also have it in TKL (tenkeyless). But Filco doesn't do backlighting. Cooler Master also has a design similar to this called the Quick Fire Stealth. 
 
Jun 17, 2014 at 5:14 PM Post #1,570 of 1,945

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Yes...greens are blues w more resistance. I grabbed a cherry switch tester from Cooler Master so that I could sample all the switches and see which one I preferred. I was going to go for brown but the more I played with the tester the more I liked the green. The tester costs $15 but you get a coupon in which you can apply $15 to the purchase of a Cooler Master keyboard.

www.cmstore-usa.com/mechanical-key-switch-demo-board/
 
Jun 17, 2014 at 5:34 PM Post #1,572 of 1,945

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I've been running with cherry reds for few years now and it has been working out great. Not a big fan of black or green switches, black switches felt too stiff and greens a lot more so. Personally I plan on getting that corsair rgb keyboard in July/August with blues.


Yeah that RGB by Corsair looks sweet. I bet it will be $299 at least though.
 
Jun 17, 2014 at 5:45 PM Post #1,573 of 1,945

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Yes...greens are blues w more resistance. I grabbed a cherry switch tester from Cooler Master so that I could sample all the switches and see which one I preferred. I was going to go for brown but the more I played with the tester the more I liked the green. The tester costs $15 but you get a coupon in which you can apply $15 to the purchase of a Cooler Master keyboard.

www.cmstore-usa.com/mechanical-key-switch-demo-board/

 
Cool that sounds like it might be more of a typewriter feel which is what I like.  I think I'll go with the Greens.  
 
EDIT: I ended up going with the company's signature scheme, like the minimalist look.
 

 

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