RRP of $329.95
Stack with 15% off Catch Gift Cards from Coles to bring it down to $203.15 delivered.
Fyi this is also on Wireless1 eBay store (https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/284351820841) for the same price - $239.
when used 3x$50 discounted gift card from coles and latitudepay -$15 also 1% cashback from cashrewards.
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I'm sorry but this price point makes no sense at all, when you consider there are so many great keyboards out there that only costs half the price as this one, and provide basically the same if not better performance.
Upon reading some reviews it seems like they don't even lube their stabs except for the space bar. Thats ridiculous
Do you have any examples of GOOD comparable keyboards?
This and this could be two examples, and there are more options out there too, such as Anne pro 2, the Ducky ones, etc. It's a rabbit hole really, you can explore on r/MechanicalKeyboard, or follow youtubers that review this kind of stuff. A few example: Switch and Click Taeha Types Squashy Boy Glarses
I also found a pretty good review on this board. It's a good board, its just way over-priced for what its worth.
@becku: Thank you for sending those links, i didn't downvote you but I appreciate your reply!
if under $200,I think it's a good compact wireless keyboard with razer synapse.
it's like to combine my BlackWidow V3 Pro and Anne Pro2 together.
whatever I will not buy it.
Seems like you're begging the product based on your opinion, not on the deal.
That's like, your opinion, man
Aah the good ole, "I don't like this product, NO DEAL".
Are there that many 65% keyboard that uses 2.4ghz connection?
ASUS I think had one that looked interesting with the touch control on the side, but that thing was ridiculously expensive.
I know that there are Chinese products out there, but I think wireless connection stability with Chinese products are very hit or miss in a lot of cases.
I'd assume bluetooth connection would be awful for gaming because of latency and stuff.
I was under the impression that gamers look for wireless mechanical keyboard that uses things like "HyperSpeed" or "Lightspeed" like this one does for that reason.
The low latency 2.4gz dongle is pretty good, whether it worths an extra 100 bucks is another issue. im not saying its a bad board, its just over-priced
I guess what I am trying to ask is whether there are comparable products with that kind of "niche".
I remember seeing the price of G915, which was around $300 and going, I am probably never going to get something like that.
That said, that's more because I am not a gamer who wants a wireless mechanical keyboard to play games with.
It'd be like saying wireless mouses are too expensive for what it is. I think there are around $100 differences between wired version and wireless version of G502. I'd personally spend that extra $100 for a mouse because I am so used to having no wire for my mouse.
Not worth the neg. You can not like a product or a brand and think it's overpriced, fine. But if someone was specifically looking for this then perhaps it's a good deal.
Sigh if only my Ducky would die, I could justify a new keyboard. Little Duck going for that decade I guess. Upvoted tho, great price for a niche product.
Yeah, stupid Corsair K70 RGB lasting ~9 years … ;)