Xtrfy K4 rgb tkl
I have it, i love it.
My keyboard is the ANNE PRO with Cherry MX RED, best one so far
buy the wooting 60he best GAMING keyboard on the market by far
Keychron q2 was one of the best purchasing decisions I've ever made. It's 65% though
Xtrfy K5 expensive but worth also just realised it's 65 not 60 but still not much difference
If its the first time you buy dont look at review about typing experience, they are all biased, look for build quality, switch type etc
I have used the Huntsman mini(mercury) in the past and it's pretty good especially for csgo and other games. Didn't face any issues and it was a great experience to use it.
you dont really need anything special when it comes to keyboards, just the correct size for your binds and shit and also the correct switches that you are used to. Also make sure you get a keyboard where you can press every key at the same time.
I have a 100% blue switch keyboard and i need the numpad for binds so thats why.
get a mechanical keyboard for a moderate price and that's it. Maybe not the mainstream ones (they used to be not the best quality) but idk if they fixed it. I have had a Leopold FC750R (tkl, mx browns) for over five years and works as good as new. Only cucks go crazy on Leddit for mechs
Why do you want a 60% keyboard? Not judging, just curious. I have a TKL keyboard, but a 60% is just next level. Do you travel a lot or is it just because it looks clean?
get a little nerdy. Get a GMMK2 and switches you think you'll like.
I recommend Ajazz's Diced Fruit switches. I have the tactile lubed banana ones and they are fabulous. Finally an actually tactile tactile switch that isn't expensive.
Then if you don't want to get yourself special keycaps just get the Razer PBT keycap set. They are pretty decent.
Im satisfied with mine - HyperX Alloy Origins
Got the Steelseries Apex Pro Mini and can recomment it.
I've been using Redragon k587-pro for about a year and this keyboard is so OP I'd take it in my ass any day.
i have a varmillo and i love the keyboard, but it's a tkl and not 60% ( only difference is probably that it has arrow keys tho)
I have the fnatic STREAK65 LP. It's pretty good, has low-profile switches, double shot PBT keycaps, only known problem with it is that the click sound can be a bit scratchy.
SPC Gear GK630K
Very underrated keyboard. Brown switches are my favorite
Make sure to not buy one with blue switches like I did
u literally have no idea wtf u asking. brands are completely irrelevant. you need to know what type of switches you want - linear, tactile or clicky
then you look at build quality and price, then buy a keyboard.
90 % gaming brands are dog
also never buy linear switches for fps games unless you dont care about being a bot at counter strafing or playing kz
corsair keyboard after logitech crap and im happy
keyboard "experience" is overrated anyways
any decent keyboard will do
I'd stay away from SteelSeries and Razer though, they're more often than not overpriced and not very durable, I have 3-4 friends who play fighting games with the Apex Pro and have all reported terrible aging after only 6 months or so
Rule no. 1 - Dont buy Razer Products
Focus only on switches and the build quality, branding is irrelevant
SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini is good - 60% i think, SteelSeries Apex Pro is also - 100%))) Plus the fastest keyboard)))