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I like to buy a gaming keyboard, but my requirements are: mechanical, backlit and durability. I was looking for Logitech G110 but is not mechanical. The minimum price for mechanical I found was for 70€ TT ESPORTS MEKA s this good or there are more cheaper?
First I liked for under 70$ or under 60€ but seems this is more difficult to find.
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Get a mechanical Keyboard with a ps/2 connector
They exist? anyways I like only USB connection and good brand.
Why is it necessary to have USB ports on the keyboard? Is your mouse cord not long enough to connect to your PC?
edit: Well I can't think of any keyboards that are backlit for <$100 (maybe if you're willing to pay ~$120: BlackWidow Ultimate), but I recommend anything from Steel Series.
Is not necesary I think, my mouse have a long cable, I think better I will edit this part.
I was looking for one for 80€ exactly that is RAZER BLACKWIDOW without backlit, but I can't decide, because if it really good, I could ignore the backlit part :S
Honestly, you should give up on the backlit feature if you're only willing to spend ~$100. It's hard to find a good keyboard with those attributes.
Maybe I don't know, because good ones for gaming with backlit I found are membrane not mechnical, the
TT ESPORTS MEKA USB is mechanical with backlit for 67€ in offer but their keys are to close to each others so this is bad, and other I found are from Ozone, but I don't like Ozone brand products.
The only benefit of backlit is so that you can game at night/in the morning. Other than that, it just looks cool and will impress your friends :)
You should only really look at the switches the keyboard uses. List of common switches
AIready checked this, so I think like the red and brown.
My current keyboard has Cherry MX browns. I briefly had a keyboard with the red switches but I didn't like the feel of those. Especially typing felt weird without the tactile feedback from the keys.
Browns and blues!!! :D
Browns, bluuues, red, greens :D
I never tried any mehcanical keyboard so can't say anything, but reading this seems red switches are the best for gaming.
How about Razer Blackwidow Ultimate? It's around 145USD unfortunately. :( using it now.
and the normal Razer Blackwidow is very good?
normal one are mechanicals, just without backlit.
Also, if you're interested, try the sounds here. it's sounds close enough compares to the original ones.
the one i am using is the same MX cherry blue switches. Clicky with 50g actuation force.
No, I like only branded stuff :D