- Jul 23, 2020
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This one right here:
I've only had it for 24 hours and it has so far consumed no beer. I can't vouch for longevity, but it feels like quality and it's a lovely keyboard for the price. It's a lovely clicky noise and a perfect amount of pressure. I removed one of the caps just to see and it is indeed blue under the cap. So, my guess is that it's meant to replicate the feel of a Cherry MX Blue keyboard. That's a fine choice.
I haven't spent much money on keyboards in a while. I used to buy expensive mechanical keyboards. I even have a couple of quite old IBM keyboards kicking around the house. You need an adapter to the last standard and then an adapter to USB. The adapters I tried that went straight from the old-old style didn't work well. So, it requires two adapters - in my experience. I don't use them because they lack things like Fn keys and I like to do a great deal with my keyboard without the extra effort of remapping keys.
This keyboard is so far pretty awesome. Assuming it has longevity (and I've used this brand before with success), it's definitely worth the money.
Also, I have no idea how much that'd cost in Australia or even if it's available in your country. I suppose shipping could be arranged.
LOL Well whats you waitin fer grab a cup of joe and test it out.
I figure fate will step in at some point and we'll know the truth. I am not sure how much I trust the 'waterproof' claim. I'd trust it more if it didn't have current running through it constantly. You can get electronics wet and they don't mind. You just can't have power going to them at the time.
I have, for example, thrown a motherboard and components into a dishwasher. I've done the same with other components that were dusty. You just need to ensure they're completely dry before you start running that ol' electricity through them. If you don't, you might let out some of the magic smoke.