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I hate to say this... but I need an Apple-like keyboard.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I used mac keyboards for like 20 years and now I can't type on anything else. I really like my Corsair keyboard with cherry MX and all that stuff but I just stumble over the keys.

 

I really like the keyboard on my new apple macbook air or whatever it is called. I don't want to buy an Apple one though since it'll cost $130 and break in six months, and it's not even backlit.

 

Are there any gaming keyboards that have low profile keys like the Apple ones do?

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Get used to the Corsair keyboard.

 

When I bought my K55, I was moving from a different keyboard and I khsut saltumbled aofk ll over the palce, like uyou did. I got used it to it within an hour or two, however.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I thought that I would as well but I'm like six months in now and I still mistype constantly. I have to look at the keyboard to type now where I didn't have to before. I have short fingers too which might have something to do with it.

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1 minute ago, TimsTips said:

I thought that I would as well but I'm like six months in now and I still mistype constantly. I have to look at the keyboard to type now where I didn't have to before. I have short fingers too which might have something to do with it.

I think the Apple wired keyboards (same thing as a pre-2016 iMac Magic Keyboard/2012 MacBook Pro keyboard, but with a numpad) can work with windows, should look into that. 


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