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Respawn Ninja Mechanical RGB and White LED Keyboards $25.30 to $32.21 + Shipping ($0 NSW C&C) @ Mwave

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60% Keyboards and Full sized keyboards for a good price. Will have to pay for shipping or free for click and collect within the area. The RGB keyboards use Kailh switches available in Brown, Blue or Red switches. The white LED keyboards use Cherry MX Switches available in Blue, Brown or Red

Respawn Ninja RN988 RBB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Kailh Pro Custom Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN61 Compact RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Kailh Red Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN61 Compact RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Kailh Brown Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN61 Compact Mechanical Gaming White LED Keyboard - Cherry MX Red Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN988 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Kailh Brown Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN988 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Kailh Blue Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN61 Compact Mechanical Gaming White LED Keyboard - Cherry MX Brown Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN61 Compact RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Kailh Blue Keyboard

Respawn Ninja RN61 Compact Mechanical Gaming White LED Keyboard - Cherry MX Blue Keyboard

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  • +9 votes

    Comments when previously listed suggest poor quality keyboard and best to avoid.
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/609732/

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      I didn't know. Thanks for that

    • +3 votes

      its interesting cause they said that its as bad as Royal Kludge but I find that RK is one of the best "cheap" mech keyboards out there. Much better than E-Element (similar to Redragon).

      Mind you i've had the expensive ones such as AW768 and Blackwidow Lite and TE so I can understand the difference between the cheap ones and the expensive ones.

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        I have a rk987 and it's very solid, I took it apart to put some foam in it and the soldering was perfect.

        Keyboard forums are just an echo chamber of bullshit.

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          I think i remember Linus was even surprised on his reviews of "cheap" mech keyboards that the RK performs really well

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      It’s more of just a single “comment” as opposed to “comments” though. The post you linked only had one person giving a review. I do not own this keyboard but personally I think the comment might have been too critical. What do you expect from a cheap budget keyboard? I own several budget keyboards and one expensive one, it’s not too much of a difference imho.

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      I bought an RN988 with MX Browns a few months ago for WFH, so I can give a mini-review for those interested. I'll be comparing it to my other keyboard (CM QuickFire XTi w/ MX Browns)

      Pros:
      - Cheap ($70 when I got it, was the cheapest full-sized mech I could find with MX Browns)
      - Detachable USB C cable (sometimes more expensive keyboards don't have this)
      - Backlit with different modes

      Cons:
      - Feels plasticy (keycaps and the overall board)
      - Doesn't feel as nice to type on as my other board (think it's mostly to do with the keycaps)
      - Backlighting isn't as consistent (might be cheap LEDs, or once again because of cheap keycaps)

      I definitely don't regret buying it, though you do get what you paid for - a few of my mates own/have owned RedDragon K552/553's and from what I remember, they felt a bit nicer to type on.
      I assumed that corners had to be cut to squeeze in Cherry switches for the price - the Kaihl Brown model had full RGB lighting whereas the Cherry model only had white backlighting, perhaps the Kaihl model also had better keycaps.

      Anyway, for $30 I think it's worth the gamble - I'll probably grab one for the office, though I might have to get some O-rings so my co-workers don't hate me…

  • +1 vote

    No full size with red switches. Why do cheap keyboards always prefer Blues?

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    Are the switches removable or fixed?