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Hello, I was looking for a cheap mechanical keyboard, at my local store I found "AULA Asault" keyboard for 30euros (32 usd; 45 cad) it says it has KRGD blues switches, but I couldn't find any info about them, hope you guys can help.

EDIT: I am on a tight budget, looking something with numpad and mechanical thats all, recomendations appretiated

 

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Please. When buying gear for your pc.. Don't cheap out. Especially on brands that are not very known. Just save your money to like a keyboard around 60-70 dollars or more. Never worth it to cheap out. I've learnt that myself.

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24 minutes ago, MrSilencer said:

Hello, I was looking for a cheap mechanical keyboard, at my local store I found "AULA Asault" keyboard for 30euros (32 usd; 45 cad) it says it has KRGD blues switches, but I couldn't find any info about them, hope you guys can help.

I've got an AUKEY KM-G6, costs about 45€ and it's perfect. it has never let me down in 2 years.

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Well for a first contact with mechanical keyboard a cheap one can do the trick and you might be lucky enough to get one that suit your need.  My sister got a redragon k552 tkl and after that she got the k551 full and liked them both.  I got the k552 tkl and didn't like it much cause I found out that the blue switches are way too loud for my taste.  So it's all a matter of preference there.  If you only intend to buy one board (which I suppose since you are on a tight budget) I would suggest to wait and save money and while saving try to test boards and watch reviews about keyboard the more you can so you can determine your exact need. 

 

Also you can try to look into some less gamery brand but that offer some nice features.  Royal kludge can be a good place to start.  

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