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Show your <=$20 gaming keyboard. Mine's Fantech Fighter K613L. It has Fantech's own floating switch, 3 RGB modes, 8 million keystroke lifetime, and a metal body. With a numpad will cost you $12, without a numpad will cost you $11. Nice for gaming, but the keys are too cramped for me. Nice cheap clicky sound tho.



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Just now, Bombastinator said:

What does “gaming keyboard” even mean?

Any keyboard can be a gaming keyboard as long as you, the user, is an epic gamer.


I have an epic Corsair K120 gaming keyboard.

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16 minutes ago, azkal.a.z said:

It has Fantech's own floating switch,

that sounds like a fancy way of saying its a wobbly membrane key. 


in fact. it is a membrane key......... doesnt mean its bad, but it usually isnt the best sign when they hide it behind a different name. 


would probably spend the extra 15$ on a cheap mechanical keyboard. tho for about 20$, its hard to get anything. 

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My move has been to use $5 keyboards and treat them as disposable.  A bottom barrel keyboard last as long as a non bottom barrel one.  Mechanicals are different though.

Life is like a bowl of chocolates: there are all these little crinkly paper cups everywhere.

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