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Looking for best mechanical keyboard with cool lighting

by whyrock / April 17, 2011 9:01 AM PDT

I'm a big Tron nerd so was really looking at the Tron keyboard by Razer, but it appears to be a terrible keyboard unless you only want to look at it. Bummer.

I got to thinking though I really do need a new keyboard. I'm not an expert, but I believe I need a mechanical keyboard. I see a lot of discussion about "cherry" and "switches". I can type pretty fast and am beginning to see how inefficient my old Microsoft keyboard is and how hard I have to press to type.

I'm looking for effortless and responsive typing. I do a ton of typing and want high end all around great typing. That being said I want it to look outstanding as well. Cool lighting is much preferred.

So far the only keyboard I have found online to be mechanical and have neat lighting is the Black Widow Ultimate, but again I am not an expert and can use any and all advice you all have on keyboards.

Please let me know what is out there that would be good for me. I appreciate the help!

--jwhyrock

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Steampunk is hard to beat for good looking and style.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 26, 2011 7:46 AM PDT
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Lights!
by gingaskunk / April 29, 2011 1:04 PM PDT

Although they are really designed with gaming in mind, I really like the Logitech G series of keyboards. There is a G15, G11 and some new ones. I have the G11.

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