Summary: Got if for the wife as a supplement for her laptop keyboard. Fantastic. She can type twice as fast and accurately. Great quality, works right out of the box. No problems. Mechanical keyboards are a must for anyone typing.
... first mechanical keyboard so I don't know how much better or worse than this one is to others
7 January 2015
Summary: This is my first mechanical keyboard so I don't know how much better or worse than this one is to others. It works as intended, but I'm not blown away with the difference between a mechanical keyboard and whatever came with my work computers before.
Best mechanical keyboard I've used in years Extremely durable (Fallout's ...
ldub "Christopher", Amazon
5 January 2015
Summary: Pros: Best mechanical keyboard I've used in years Extremely durable (Fallout's RobCo terminal durable) Motions are very fluid Keys are injection molded so they don't wear off Price is competitive Cons: Clunky wires Not Back-lit Difficult to clean High wrist profile
Summary: The keys have a solid feel to them. Well, EVERYTHING on this keyboard has a solid feel to it. It's well made and very easy to type on. It is quite loud but that's because it uses MX cherry blue switches. It doesn't matter what keyboard you buy, cherry blues are loud.
Summary: Okay, here's my review: BUY THIS. If you are in a crowded office, your typing will be heard (or not... and that could be an equal problem, giving you away). Simple as that. Works perfectly. One slight caveat: The lights on the top right were codes and I had no idea what the right one was for.
Summary: This was the first mechanical keyboard that I ever purchased. I loved it, and have purchased 3 more for various computers. Honestly, I didn't realize the gem that I had until I recently tried a few other mechanical keyboards.
Pros: Great tactile feedback Fantastic key feel USB hub! Headphone and mic jacks Defaults the function keys as function keys Standard layout, no goofy key placement Multi-media functions available
Cons: Nothing major, only a tiny nitpicks:Needs an (included) adapter to hook up as USB (Default is PS/2)