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Durgod Taurus 320 Nebula RGB Mechanical Keyboard

Durgod Taurus 320 Nebula RGB Mechanical Keyboard

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A reliable TKL keyboard with 87 keys, the Durgod Taurus 320 Nebula comes 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 shine-through doubleshot PBT keycaps, which are backlighting compatible to enhance the colors you can program beneath Read More
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Julcy
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May 18, 2021
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Don't like it
Wanted to try TKL so i bought this cheap one to give a try. And i don't like this layout... Bad quality, horrible programing soft. i'm a QMK boy so...
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Would not recommend to a friend.
PieDevourer
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Nov 22, 2020
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Solid Keyboard
Mine just crapped out on me after 2 years and it being the 3rd time I spilled my water bottle all over it(happy it survived the first 2 times). Beautiful lighting that always worked and reliable in everyway, though the durgod software you use is a little buggy(no major issues, just losing the programmable lighting until you restart the software or un-plug and plug in the keyboard, and this issue rarely happens).
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kuskus
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Sep 24, 2020
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Nice keyboard
Good key nice rgb
Zaffy
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Jul 3, 2020
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Really good quality
I have had an awsome time with this keyboard so far. It definitetly cant compare to my previous keyboard. Still getting used from moving from brown to black switches, but thats all there is to it.
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bobwithajob
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Jun 10, 2020
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Very nice
So far I have really enjoyed this keyboard. Switches feel good, keys feel good, and has even survived my 1 year old spilling a water bottle on it. Will be looking at Durgod keyboards when it's time to upgrade in the future.
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Cynical_Man
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May 17, 2020
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Fantastic
Switched to Durgod from Akko. Love the RGB, great customization. This keyboard is built like a tank. Probably the best keyboard you can get for under $100.
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Qwiggls
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Apr 10, 2020
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Budget Friendly Mech
If your looking for a great budget mechanical keyboard, these are a great option. The build quality of the 320's I'd give an A+, there is hardly any deck flex. The hard plastic case and pbt keycaps still retain their factory finish despite my vigorous cleaning after a year with it. The cherry mx browns switches are what I expected from cherry and factory stabilizers are ok, if you want an even better experience with these you'll have to mod them. I'd recommend just lubing the stabs for a step up in the overall feel of the keyboard. Taeha Types and Wildcat on YouTube have great guides on how to do so. I've de-soldered the switches and lubed everything that I could, but you don't have to go as far as I did to really enjoy these. The one con is the Durgod software suite, which kinda looks like a reskined Corsair iCue. For me it was really buggy and all in mandarin (not sure which version I was on), so I just never used it. If you want macro support you can try the latest software (your millage my vary). The RGB is really vibrant and easy to adjust due to the hard mapped controls. 4/5 great budget keyboard.
Lykwid
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Jan 26, 2020
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One of my keys doesn't function - but Drop Customer Service is awesome
Kinda bummed that my (Quotation Mark\Apostrophe) key doesn't work at all - but after talking to Drop Customer Service Im pleased with their response and resolution so Ill figure out a way to make it work. Edit - now after a little over a week of use, I notice that my keyboard straight up becomes unresponsive and whatever key was pushed when it enters that state gets stuck. I have to unplug the USB cable and plug it back in to get it to work again - which is devastating for competitive games. Unfortunately, gonna look in to sending this back.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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gulag_xpress
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Dec 22, 2019
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Very nice
Software is ehh, but overall the RGB is fantastic looking and as my first mechanical, it feels great.
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thugnificient
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Dec 6, 2019
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Very good mechanical keyboard for the price
Solid build quality. Software could use a little work.
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