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Leopold FC900R PD Charcoal/Blue Mechanical Keyboard Cherry MX Silver $99 (Was $139) + Shipping ($0 NSW C&C) @ MWave

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Leopold FC900R PD Charcoal/Blue Mechanical Keyboard - Cherry MX Silver Switches - PBT Doubleshot Keycaps - Sound Absorbing Pads - Multimedia Function Control Keys - Blue LED Light (Caps Lock, Scroll Lock & Number Lock) - Full Sized Mechanical Keyboard (104-Keys) - Key Pitch: 19mm - Dimensions: 440mm x 140mm x 33mm - Interface: USB (Includes PS2 Adapter) - FC900RV/EBBPD - 12 Months Limited Warranty
Manufacturer Warranty: 12 Months Limited Warranty

· PBT Doubleshot Keycaps
· Sound Absorbing Pads
· Cherry MX Switches
· Multimedia Function Control Keys
· Blue LED Light (Caps Lock, Scroll Lock & Number Lock)

One of the best brand for a mechanical keyboard in the market.
(Personally would go for either Ducky / Leopold for a low-profile non-gaming mechanical keyboard.)

*Not for Gaming as no Macros or RGB.

Cherry MX Silver

Related Review: https://www.rtings.com/keyboard/reviews/leopold/fc900r

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    *Not for Gaming as no Macros or RGB.

    say what

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      I would use it for gaming, but just for gamers would require customized macros keys / RGB keyboard light for gaming

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        Why are macro keys a hardware thing?

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        i consider myself a hardcore gamer and absolutely loathe macro keys and rgb lighting. don't know why you'd lump a group of consumers into that sort of crap.

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    How loud these keys are?

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      They’re pretty quiet

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      It'd depend on how you type.

      If you press the keys hard and to the bottom, most, if not all, mechanical keyboards will make noises. You are hitting a plastic part (the stem, the thing that slides inside the keyboard switch) against a plastic part (the bottom of the switch) hard, it makes a noise. Some would make less noise than others, of course.

      If you don't and if you type lightly, it probably wouldn't make that much noise, though if noise is your biggest concern, get a Leopold with Cherry MX Silent Red or Silent Black (which are different from MX Red or Black in that they have a silicone dampener inside, acting as a cushion) or something that uses rubber dome like Topre or NIZ.

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    these are the speed switches, never tried them myself. But I believe they require very little travel - faster response. Sounds unsuitable for normal use, hence being cheaper.