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Which keyboard are you using and why?

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    HP PR1101U , because it was given to me on my first day I guess. Modified it with labels for the F13-F24 keys though.
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    - Classic Dell keyboard at work

    - Corsair K70 Rapidfire (with MX Speed switches) at home. Great keys/feeling and quite sturdy (enough to put someone out of his misery)
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    Razer Blackwidow Chroma. I like backlit keys, the ability to style the colours to my mood (or projects). Though interestingly I use a StreamDeck to actually handle short cuts and quick macros. Not the intended purposes, but hey, if it works?
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    Corsair strafe. Budget friendly reliable mechanical keyboard
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    Also blackwidow chroma here. Wouldn't recommend, the software is terrible and the build quality is not great, especially compared to Corsair.
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    @qdsp13 No real experience with the Corsair. That good a build quality?
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    At work: Magicforce smart 1 68 keys with Brown OTEMU switches and Amazon basics keyboard

    At home: Ozone Strike Battle with cherry Red tenkeyless
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    WASD Code - my first mechanical keyboard and I love it
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    My Indian mechanical KB is copy of this n equally ancient..TVS Gold
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    Das Ultimate 4 with brown switches. Love it, and love having blank keys
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    @lovesudo Yes. I had a corsair K70 and the build was really nice, all metal, felt really sturdy. The built in volume wheel was really nice too. Swapped it out for the blackwidow because of the clicker switches and rgb, but wish I could go back.
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    Roccat Ryos MK Pro

    Great mechanical gaming keyboard which is also nice for typing. And it has decent Linux drivers and software.
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    At home corsair rgb k65, at work some shitty plastic hp membrane keyboard (with la keys)
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    @qdsp13 Stored in my brain for future knowledge and use. If I find myself in a situation to pick, I'll have to give it a go.
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    Vortex pok3r, because I bought it one day and it's my only keyboard
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    Corsair K70 LUX, with Cherry MX Red. I use it because it's a mechanical so you don't have to bottom out like on rubber domes, plus the switches are fairly light to actuate (Good for lengthy coding, fingers don't tire out) and the Red Cherry switches don't make obnoxious noise so you don't wake up everybody else in the house at night.
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    Vortex pok3r or a cm rapid fire tk. Small boards for life.
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    Microsoft Skulpt (both keyboard and mouse).

    I just love it haha, not a particular reason.
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