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junon
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Well. After my Wooting keyboard broke and this shitty corsair keyboard broke, I am now keyboardless.

Seriously, there doesn't seem to be a reliable keyboard on the market. Everything fucking sucks.

I get to wait 36 hours before I can even work. Fuck everything, my anxiety is going to have a field day.

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    Use your phone as a virtual keyboard?
    Not bad tho, you can take a break. Leleleleel
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    @NoMad Got any reccs for apps?
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    @junon nope. Have never been in that situation. Oh, also, a raspberry pi and a few potatoes and you should be able to make a not-so-good keyboard yourself. (And a lot of wire, actually)
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    Wasn't someone on here a keyboard maker? Could really use an @ right now.
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    Had my roccat isku for years. The size is not for everyone, but I really like it and it's sturdy as hell.
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    been using a Cherry mx board 3 for uh... 4 or 5 years now?
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    What kind of keyboard? I'm surprised you were able to break a the Corsair one if it's anything like the K70 I have
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    @Jilano It was a shitty 20 eur replacement wireless one that came with the nvidia shield (which is also terrible, as a side note)
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    @NoMad That's who I was thinking of. Thank you.

    @Lyym hi. Would love to chat. :)
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    Have two ducky keyboards. One is 4.5 years old and I use it daily at work. The new one is nicer though and at home metal base and alloy cover. they came with defects but after I received completely working ones they where golden.
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    @ArcaneEye I can second this. Apart from an rare ctrl key locking some years later (really minor. was not even worth looking up) I switched to a das Keyboard stealth.

    Mainly because I wanted a refresher after all the years and get to experience a Mechanical keyboard. It's more a really sturdy premium keyboard. Looks great, is sturdy, is mechanical and has a nice usb hub for my yubikey. Though I miss the macro keys of the isku.
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    Does it help you that the world is full of working keyboards that are thrown in the dumpster

    I'm interested in knowing how your keyboards broke.
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    Have been using DasKeyboard 4 Pro for... I dunno at least 5 years probably longer every day at work and another at home (side note they are both home now for the last 3 years since I got early access to the “new normal” of Working from home)

    Both have been super solid. Good mechanical will last a long time. I have others too, vortex Race3 for travel, I built a Phantom because... why not, beware mechs and key caps will drain your bank acct if you go too far down that rabbit hole...
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