I believe there even are 40% ones, but they arent practical at all, i wanted a minimalistic one, went for the ducky one 2 mini, which is 60%, no arrow keys without FN tho, but you learn to adjust an use mouse more.
I know it all comes down to personal preference, but it's hard to find someone who doesn't tell you brown switches's their favorite for typing. You still get more tactile feedback than the reds, though.
???? reds are linear switches, so you wont feel a bump, thats its purpose. Browns have a really small bump (when I type 100wpm i cant feel the bump). Zealios, Holy Pandas, T1 switches, Kiwis switches, Glorious pandas are a lot smoother and have a bigger tactile bump
do you know anywhere where i could get a 75% hotswap pcb? I'm a bit of a switch head so I like to play around with a lot of different kinds of switches, and 75% is imo the best combo of form and function, but I cant for the life of me find a 75% hotswap pcb that isnt ridiculously expensive on mechmarket
i have a 60% right now but I'm going to be building a new 65% in November when all the parts arrive. I wanted to build a 75% but since the layout is so uncommon stock can run out and options are pretty limited when it comes to hotswap pcb's
how would you live with 60% keyboard, so many keys missing. Can understand TKL. Was considering buying TKL due to space limitations, then buying separate numpad. Because the numpad is still necessary, for blender(3d modelling software).
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic keyboard... MB Not the best for gaming, although very comfortable, but for daily work it is the best by far for me. Have tried quite a lot different keyboard and mouse setups and now I think I found the one for me. Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic + Steelseries Rival 310