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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi I need a good mechanical keyboard that’s tenkeyless, rgb, clicky switches that have pretty distinct tactile bump but I would like for them to be pretty light so that they’re good for typing and gaming is and I also need it to have a wristwrest 

if possible I would like this to be around 130 usd.

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Here's one I'd recommend, it's a Ducky One 2 RGB. I'm only recommending it because I have a ducky keyboard and I like it a lot. The blue switches would be your option.

https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=4284

 

On the manufacturer website: https://www.duckychannel.com.tw/en/Ducky-One2-RGB-TKL

 

Ducky also makes the "mini" which is technically tkl and even smaller (without arrow keys, etc). I suggest browing around the mechanical keyboard website too, you might find something else you're interested in.


 

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12 minutes ago, DarkEnergy said:

Here's one I'd recommend, it's a Ducky One 2 RGB. I'm only recommending it because I have a ducky keyboard and I like it a lot. The blue switches would be your option.

https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=4284

 

On the manufacturer website: https://www.duckychannel.com.tw/en/Ducky-One2-RGB-TKL

 

Ducky also makes the "mini" which is technically tkl and even smaller (without arrow keys, etc). I suggest browing around the mechanical keyboard website too, you might find something else you're interested in.

Do you know of any other options that include a wristwrest

 

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1 minute ago, DefaultSlayer207 said:

Do you know of any other options that include a wristwrest

 

The Razer Blackwidow Chroma v2 Tournament does, but its not attached to the keyboard like say a corsair one


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8 minutes ago, orbitalbuzzsaw said:

The Razer Blackwidow Chroma v2 Tournament does, but its not attached to the keyboard like say a corsair one

Chroma v2? NO! Wait for a sale on the blackwidow elite and snatch it up for $85 USD (Yes I did that before, it goes on sale more frequently than the v2, even though its newer) 


 

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27 minutes ago, orbitalbuzzsaw said:

The Razer Blackwidow Chroma v2 Tournament does, but its not attached to the keyboard like say a corsair one

I’ll probably go with this. But are there any keycaps that are similar to the mass drop controls that are backlit. Or is there any way to get the mass drop controls keycaps.TY

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Don't get MX Blue (or any click jacket switch) for gaming, they're a terrible switch in general and are especially bad for gaming due to the large amount of hysteresis they have. If you want clicky then click bar switches are 100% the way to go.  

 

I'd recommend this: GMMK TKL with Kailh BOX White.

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4 hours ago, geo3 said:

Don't get MX Blue (or any click jacket switch) for gaming, they're a terrible switch in general and are especially bad for gaming due to the large amount of hysteresis they have. If you want clicky then click bar switches are 100% the way to go.  

 

I'd recommend this: GMMK TKL with Kailh BOX White.

Are there any cheap barebones keyboards that have rgb (and if you can can you list one that has 2.4 ghz wireless and bluetooth )

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