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    Bright
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    I hate the keys on my logitech G pro keyboard. Any suggestions for new keyboard?

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    Razed keyboards aren’t that bad, which model I would say is personal preference. That’s if you want a clickity clackity keyboard

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    Logitech g710 has cherry mx blues and is relatively cheap on ebay, I got mine for 35 including shipping.

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    It would really help if you told us what you were looking for, or even what you don't like about your current keyboard. Do you need macros? RGB? A full layout? Are you at all familiar with switches and which you might be looking for?

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    needs to be TKL, RGB, and i want the key registration to be a little late.

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    I personally have a Razer Chroma Cynosa. Its a cheaper RGB keyboard and I've had it for a year and 2 months now and its great. It functions as a keyboard believe it or not, and of course it has the true gamer RGB lights. You can create macros, customize RBG lights and uh.. well type. In my opinion its a great budget RGB keyboard, I've had no problems with it for over a year now.

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    TBH, im not too fond of keys that are like CLICKY CLICKY wake up neighbors at 3am.

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    I love corsair keyboards they are the best!!

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    Yea i've used corsair for a while before moving to logitech, they're pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bright View Post
    TBH, im not too fond of keys that are like CLICKY CLICKY wake up neighbors at 3am.
    Blue's come with the most pre-travel of any tactile/clicky switch, so if you want it to actuate later you'll have to look into linear switches like reds. These won't have any sort of bump and will just compress smoothly, which takes some getting used to. There's plenty of RGB TKL keyboards out there with Reds, but if you want some a little more specific, I'd recommend Glorious' keyboards as they come hotswappable, allowing you to put in whatever switches cater to your needs.

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