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I bought a new mechanical keyboard. The Vortex Race 3, to replace my Pok3r.

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Something that I really liked about my Pok3r was using FN + I J K L as arrow keys, so I've programmed this one to do it too and now I'm in love.
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Oh cool!
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Love the look!

What's the big difference feel-wise for mechanical keyboards?
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(August 23rd, 2018 at 1:35 AM)Guardian Wrote: Love the look!

What's the big difference feel-wise for mechanical keyboards?

It depends on the type of mechanical switch you get. This one has Cherry MX Blues, so there's a bit of a tactile "bump" as you push down, and when you hit that bump point there's a satisfying clicky sound. It just feels great to type on.
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@ thomas, that's why I like using IBM model M keyboards at work and home lol, not only is it the original "clicky" keyboard but they're heavy and nigh indestructible.

I just love mech-keyboards Cool
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Ah, I love the clicky-bump!

My current one does it. Didn't know it was a mechanical keyboard! Tongue
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What model is it?
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Keyboards have gone backwards I feel. Just look at the new macbook keyboards... I can definitely type faster on a desktop mechanical keyboard any day.

Nice keyboard, love the look!
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(August 24th, 2018 at 6:59 PM)Thomas Wrote: What model is it?

It's just a "CyberPowerPC Gaming Keyboard" - There's no model number on it or anything.  Confused

It's the one shown here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sThPiZuXgg


(August 26th, 2018 at 3:52 AM)Darth-Apple Wrote: Keyboards have gone backwards I feel. Just look at the new macbook keyboards... I can definitely type faster on a desktop mechanical keyboard any day.


Yeah, a lot of the newer keyboards, I feel like they miss keystrokes and elicit a lot more mistakes. I like the clicky-clicky ones.
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(August 26th, 2018 at 5:58 PM)Guardian Wrote:
(August 24th, 2018 at 6:59 PM)Thomas Wrote: What model is it?

It's just a "CyberPowerPC Gaming Keyboard" - There's no model number on it or anything.  Confused

It's the one shown here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sThPiZuXgg


(August 26th, 2018 at 3:52 AM)Darth-Apple Wrote: Keyboards have gone backwards I feel. Just look at the new macbook keyboards... I can definitely type faster on a desktop mechanical keyboard any day.


Yeah, a lot of the newer keyboards, I feel like they miss keystrokes and elicit a lot more mistakes. I like the clicky-clicky ones.

That's not a mechanical keyboard Sad
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(August 26th, 2018 at 6:35 PM)Thomas Wrote: That's not a mechanical keyboard Sad

Ah hell. Confused

I guess I still don't get it. It has a pronounced 'clickiness' to it.
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Guardian, doesn't mean it's not a good keyboard man, a sturdy keyboard is a good keyboard really, better than those damn gummy keys apple likes to use...
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I returned this keyboard. I didn't like it as much as my Pok3r, shown here
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(August 29th, 2018 at 6:59 AM)SpookyZalost Wrote: Guardian, doesn't mean it's not a good keyboard man, a sturdy keyboard is a good keyboard really, better than those damn gummy keys apple likes to use...

Yeah, no thanks on those things. Tongue
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@ guardian, I've actually got one of the old I-Mac G3 Apple keyboards from back when they were halfway decent to use Finna
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