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Alienware AW410K RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard $183.20 Delivered (Was $329) @ Dell eBay


Dunno how good the kb is but it's a pretty significant discount compared to retail. Has cherry mx brown switches, not reds or blues unfortunately. If you like mx browns, this might be a good deal

• Latest generation Cherry MX Brown keys
• Customizable per-key AlienFX RGB backlighting with approximately 16.8 million colours
• 100 million keystroke lifespan with no loss of quality
• Fully programmable keys for macros and key assignments
• Dedicated audio controls for fast & accurate adjustability
• USB passthrough and dedicated media keys
• Anti-ghosting/N-Key rollover
• Slim floating key architecture
• Solid metal top plate

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  • Looks good. Brown switches are underrated.

  • Looks good. Bit disappointed with the lifespan. Other than that, seems ok.

    • 100 million keystroke lifespan with no loss of quality

      100m not enough?

      • Compared to a similarly priced Leopold or Ducky (even at this keyboards sale price), the quality of build and that would be lacking imho. (obviously not accounting for RGB or Macros)

  • Oh, the switch must be newer Cherry MX switches which apparently last even longer than the older ones (50 million presses vs 100 million presses).
    I think it was announced on CES 2020? Curious on what the actual difference is though.


  • Got the 310K a week ago from Dell sale (160 with Dell advantage code). Not sure how red switches compare with brown but very happy with build quality overall. Delivery was also pretty quick to Melbourne metro

    • A matter of personal taste really, browns are my least favourite out of the cherry lineup, but some like them the most

      • Are they noisy? Any issues?


        • No issues at all, but you may find a mechanical keyboard noisier if you are used to a membrane/normal keyboard. I find it a lot more satisfying to type on, and will be more responsive for gaming but your personal preference will play a part here

    • Reds are linear, brown are tactile.

      Reds have no bumps on the slider, whereas browns have a small bump on the slider that causes a "tactile feedback" compared to red.

      Reds are meant to be more quieter option than Browns, though, if you press the keys to the bottom a lot like I do, you'd probably end up making a lot of clacking noises (from what they call bottoming out).