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Corsair CH-9101021-NA Gaming K70 Lux Mechanical Keyboard, Backlit Red Led, Cherry MX Blue

Newbie
Mar 8, 2008
39 posts
5 upvotes
Man I would love this but don't really need another Mech keyboard. Already have a stellar CM one. But damn that Media wheel *drools*
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Mar 20, 2016
264 posts
91 upvotes
ericli007 wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 9:58 am
It's not a good deal if the thread has no thumbs up.
Show some love. <3
I gave the first thumb up for this thread LOL
I actually use my blue switch keyboard for work... Hope my colleagues aren't annoyed.
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Sep 26, 2009
15 posts
4 upvotes
Markham
If only it came with blue backlighting :(
Member
Jul 1, 2006
487 posts
3 upvotes
Anyone know which is the best cherry Mx for typing, blue, brown, black or red? No worried about sound because it's for home. And is this the best mechanical keyboard within the price range?
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Jan 8, 2017
116 posts
14 upvotes
This is a premium keyboard, but I feel like the craftsmanship is worth it.
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Feb 10, 2006
1250 posts
189 upvotes
Montreal
tripleflip wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 12:39 am
Anyone know which is the best cherry Mx for typing, blue, brown, black or red? No worried about sound because it's for home. And is this the best mechanical keyboard within the price range?
For typing, I'd suggest the blues, as they provide the best tactile feedback (if you don't mind the noise). The blacks and reds are better suiting for gaming.
I personally use greens, which is a heavier variant of the blues.
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Jul 1, 2006
487 posts
3 upvotes
So what are you paying for when you say premium keyboard in comparison to inexpensive mechanical keyboards in the $50 range? Or like the Logitech g710 that was on sale for $35
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Dec 17, 2011
1839 posts
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tripleflip wrote:
Mar 21st, 2017 10:01 am
So what are you paying for when you say premium keyboard in comparison to inexpensive mechanical keyboards in the $50 range? Or like the Logitech g710 that was on sale for $35
Depends what keyboards you're looking at. Cheaper keyboards can have inferior build quality and are generally using Cherry MX clones (Outemu, Kailh, etc.). And for keyboards by Corsair, Razer, Logitech, etc., you're also paying for the name.
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