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Jan 5, 2019
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I've only had this keyboard for a few days but so far it's pretty awesome. When I took it out of the box, I noticed it was quite a bit smaller than I thought it would be. This is my first TKL though so maybe that's why. I hooked it up and I was amazed by the LED quality (it's also my first RGB keyboard). Playing with the different modes was fun and I plan to setup a custom QMK firmware soon. I got the Halo Clear switches and they are definitely a different feel than the Cherry MX Clears on my Pok3r. The Cherries have a tactile bump in the middle of the keypress, but the Halo Clears seem to have it at the very top, or close to it. I'm not sure if I like one better than the other, but I'm having a blast typing on the Halos right now. The keycaps do have a weird texture that took me a bit to get used to and now it's not even an issue. I have 2 negatives with the keyboard: 1) yes, the magnetic feet are horrible and 2) if I plug the keyboard into a USB 2.0 port, the LEDs tend to freak out. They'll randomly blink or change their brightness. Plugging into a 3.0 port resolves the problem so it's not a big deal, but just something I noticed. Overall, this is a super awesome keyboard and it should be my daily driver for a long time to come, provided everything stays like it is now. Oh, I also tested the hot-swappable sockets and it was super easy to take the switches out and put them back in. I look forward to trying this with some other switches as well.
Jan 5, 2019
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