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Woot keyboard : gimmick or actually worth it?

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Hello LTT,

 

I'm writing this while taking my science class anyways 

I'm looking for a TKL RGB Keyboard with premium look and feel with little to no compromises, I've been doing research about this and there are a lot of keyboards to choose from, I dislike the Omron switches so Logitech is out of the topic, so I was looking at CM pro S and the woot keyboard

 

thing is they're completely different keyboards, with woot using flaretech switches, analog for that matter, while the CM is a normal keyboard

so I was very intersted in the woot keyboard, so would anyone really recommend it? 

 

and if anyone here uses it can tell me what is it like? 

 

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Kind of a gimmick. The point of an analog switch is analog input for games. I bet exactly 0 games specifically support analog key input. The best you could do there is use it to emulate mouse or joystick input. At that point why not just a mouse or joystick.

 

Analog switches have a linear feel. No tactile feedback. So if that's not your preference don't get it.

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8 minutes ago, geo3 said:

Kind of a gimmick. The point of an analog switch is analog input for games. I bet exactly 0 games specifically support analog key input. The best you could do there is use it to emulate mouse or joystick input. At that point why not just a mouse or joystick.

 

Analog switches have a linear feel. No tactile feedback. So if that's not your preference don't get it.

 

But they do have a blue switch variant, which i think is clicky right? 

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