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100$ mx blue keyboards

Hello, I bought a cynosa chroma v2 about a year ago and I hate it very much. I wish I had never bought it because of its membrane keyboard. I love the feel of a mx blue and I love the sound it makes. I only have a 100$ budget and I want something with mx blue switches and a wrist wrest will be ideal.

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If you're open to off-brand, I prefer Gateron blues to Cherry (although there's not really any switch type that I wouldn't take the Gateron over...well...anything), but Gaterons tend to be as expensive as Cherry if not a little more. I also really like Oeutemu blues, again preferring them to Cherry. They feel more tactile and less like a speed bump, and the click is noticeably louder than a Cherry MX blue.

 

Short version: if you're value conscious, you can probably find a $50 Oeutemu blue board that matches its Cherry blue equivalent.

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1 hour ago, aisle9 said:

If you're open to off-brand, I prefer Gateron blues to Cherry (although there's not really any switch type that I wouldn't take the Gateron over...well...anything), but Gaterons tend to be as expensive as Cherry if not a little more. I also really like Oeutemu blues, again preferring them to Cherry. They feel more tactile and less like a speed bump, and the click is noticeably louder than a Cherry MX blue.

 

Short version: if you're value conscious, you can probably find a $50 Oeutemu blue board that matches its Cherry blue equivalent.

I just want something that I can buy and use. Like a logitech g512 carbon, I need a number pad to go with it.

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