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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys, I am planning to buy a new keyboard. I was thinking about these keyboards: drop alt/ctrl, gmmk and steelseries apex pro, k70/95 and the logitech 915 tkl. What is your opinion about all of these and which one would you recommend?

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Aviod the apex pro, corsair k70, coesiae k95 and g915.

 

the alt/ctrl and gmmk are great boads. whichever you perfer.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, gloop said:

Aviod the apex pro, corsair k70, coesiae k95 and g915.

 

the alt/ctrl and gmmk are great boads. whichever you perfer.

What is the difference? Except price.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, gloop said:

Aviod the apex pro, corsair k70, coesiae k95 and g915.

 

the alt/ctrl and gmmk are great boads. whichever you perfer.

And which one has better stabilisers?

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Here are some reviews from Bad Seed Tech.  I have the gmmk and I really like it.  It was the cheapest barebone I could get here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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The Apex Pro's adaptable switches are weird but they work well. I am a fan of Ducky Boards myself but out of those I would still choose the Apex

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