Durgod K310 Taurus Mechanical Keyboard

Durgod K310 Taurus Mechanical Keyboard

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A reliable fullsize keyboard with 104 keys, the Durgod K310 Taurus comes in two different colorways with your choice of Cherry MX switches, allowing you to get just the feel you want—whether you prefer a switch with some bump or a speedy linear feel. On top of the switches go the doubleshot PBT keycaps, which also come in different colors to match the case Read More

Aug 30, 2020
A month passed and still no ETA or updates. So frustrating.
Aug 28, 2020
This shipping delay is pretty frustrating.
Sep 13, 2020
"We are preparing your order for shipment." <Sigh>
Sep 14, 2020
Was provided a FEDEX tracking number today. Delivery is scheduled for September 19.
Aug 25, 2020
Are these ever going to ship?
Aug 20, 2020
Any ETA on ship date?
May 19, 2020
Any comparison between this and DasKb? A number of models (especially refurbs) are in this range. Thanks!
May 18, 2020
Jesus fucking Christ I'm still waiting for this goddamn keyboard. This is absolutely ridiculous. Yeah I get that the pandemic delayed shipping of tons of things but delaying them nearly a full fucking month? This is such bullshit.
May 15, 2020
Funny how theyre selling it again, while we who purchased in January are still waiting.
May 15, 2020
I'd love to see this offered in a true-right-handed version (what the market still calls 'left-handed' for no good reason).
May 15, 2020
Ergonomics dictate that—as a right-handed, keyboard-and-mouse 'power user' (i.e. right hand lives on mouse, left hand lives on keyboard, butt lives in chair)—limiting the outer rotation of my shoulder is of significant benefit to both my short-term comfort and long-term wellness. Pragmatically speaking, closing the angle between my two hands requires keeping my mouse as close as possible to the right edge of my keyboard. One way to do this (and still maintain a full complement of 104 keys) is to place the arrow key cluster to the left of the main cluster, and the numpad to the left of that. In my view, so-called left-handed keyboards are in fact true right-handed keyboards and vice versa, at least in the era of the mouse. This issue is already somewhat addressed by a subset of the keyboard market, albeit inadvertently; options are few and far between. I think the Logitechs of the world would agree with my premise but would also balk at the idea of fixing what ain't broke (i.e. profits). However, I also think that broad adoption is possible, and it will begin with innovation in the enthusiast space, with small companies who are unafraid to break with silly, outmoded conventions. We're already seeing traction with 60% and 40% boards so why not full-sized true-right boards? My right shoulder and I think it's overdue.
May 17, 2020
I've just been enlightened. Ganted, I use a 60% keeb mostly, I never thought of (or even heard of) moving the numpad and arrow keys onto the left side of the board.
May 14, 2020
Assuming I was willing to test the waters with a mechanical keyboard, what would I be missing with this one vs. something a few clicks up in price? BTW: A) I'd be plugging it into an iMac, and B) I'm old enough to remember when all keyboards were Mechanical, but too young to remember what it felt like to use them ;- )
Not a whole lot but some might matters depending on what you need:
  • No RGB
  • No keyremapping (you can still use a software like karabiner)
  • No metal case (the build quality is very good among the plastic ones)
  • Cherry switches (this might matter most since people buy a mechanical keyboard for the typing experience)
  • Some keyboards also have Bluetooth or Bluetooth upgradability
Overall, you can't really do much better in terms of a no-nonsense mechanical keyboard.
May 13, 2020
I ordered this to replace a broken keyboard in January... Talk about a speedy replacement
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