corsair k70 white. My all time favourite keyb for sure
don't spend too much on mechs, not worth it. Get one 150$ MAX and you will be set for a long time.
ElYte french (the box said it's English but the keys are french)
cheap logitech keyboard combo with mouse
corsair k95, mx speed silver feel very nice, both for typing and gaming + it has very low latency.
I didn't know about that latency thing until recently, but it's very noticable. I switched from gmmk(>20ms) to the corsair with 1.8ms.
Keychron K2 w Gateron Black Ink Lubed
logitech g512SE I dont like it... no money for new
ink blacks lubed with krytox 205g0 and filmed on a daisy 40% pcb with an alluminium case, carbon fibre plate, pcb mount stabs lubed with dielectric grease and gmk spirit keycaps. I like it as its smooth, has a deep sound profile, looks sleek and is 40% which is perfect for school/travel
ducky one 2 (65%)
nice small size, silver mx cherrry are nice and fast/quiet, nice rbg, nice alt key location
Logitech G512 with brown switches
Logitech never fails to deliver quality.
Brown switches is imo best because they arent that noisy and feels great.
Razer Blackwidow Ulitmate 2013
the blue switches have driven me clinically insane but it still works fine so I haven’t replaced it
i have level 10 aim but bad keyb, it works for wingman overpass
2014 macbook air built in keyboard since it is built in
alienware low profile rgb aw510k
roccat ryos tkl pro, took it like 3 years ago from egb shop for points (it was most expensive back then which you could've taken) so I can't really say it's "my pick"
honestly saying i can't find a single flaw in the keyboard, yeah it's not rgb but i'm not a fan of that (had rgb before), i just find it disturbing while playing the game... brown switches, heavy as fuck, tkl but not really tkl (it's huge).. pretty much just what I need - the only down side is that it's not really something you can use on lans (because it's big, and u never know how much space ur going to have) but since I'm not going to lans it doesn't matter, after nearly 3 years of usage 3 leds died so 3 keys are not lighten up anymore.. but honestly saying who cares, and I can't hardly notice it (left windows, f1 and key next to L (č/; - depending on layouts)
OMEN Sequencer. A pretty lovely optical-mechanical keyboard with all required customization options and blue (loud af) switches.
ASUS Echelon Mech. Bet that i am the only one guy who have this one :D
HyperX Alloy FPS Pro (MX cherry blue)
Short, cozy, good, kinda cheap
really any decent keyboard with blue switches would've worked for me, i did it mostly cuz i wanted to try blues for osu
I like the simplistic style. I like the combination of no edges with the floating keys. That's why I'm not a fan of the Corsair ones.
Krux solar rgb because it was cheap
IBM Model M
Great tactile feedback, a bit loud.
i've tried a lot of keyboards and it really doesn't matter for me as long as it has blue switches... so if I had to buy one I would go for the cheapest one with blue switches... (I guess it would be arround 60-70 euros)
I have it because it’s fast and i used to play fortnite.
I like the small form factor but for csgo i would like slower switches