E-Blue Mazer Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
E-Blue Mazer Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
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For a keyboard that’s as enjoyable to type on as it is to look at, check out the E-Blue Mazer Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. With no less than 87 keys, this keyboard’s intuitive layout helps gamers of any kind stay on top of their game Read More

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andrewolfzoom
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Jan 17, 2018
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i didn't even get mine in the mail
Jan 17, 2018
sdej
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Oct 19, 2017
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Terrible keyboard, 6 months in just stops working. Treated well too, what a waste.
Oct 19, 2017
Arron
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Oct 6, 2017
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I owned this board before getting a real mechanical keyboard very shortly after. this thing is trash, absolute trash. Mine lasted less than a week before switches started dying and leds stopped working.
Oct 6, 2017
WaffleSCHMXBLU
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Oct 5, 2017
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that is one of the ugliest keyboards I've ever seen? Who in there right mind voted this?
Oct 5, 2017
LegacyLemon
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Sep 5, 2017
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i bought this keyboard for about $35 CAD. this is not a good deal.. although the keybaord is nice
Sep 5, 2017
Myshack
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Sep 4, 2017
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This is not an RGB keyboard and should not be advertised as such. The colors are fixed to each row. The only customizable feature is what the lighting does...ripple, wave, etc. The advertising is misleading. Usually not a good sign for a product.
Sep 4, 2017
anon242
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Jul 15, 2017
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Price isn't good.
Keyboards with the non-cherry chinese switches range but I have seen them for as low as $25 for a full keyboard. Here is a similar keyboard for $35. https://slickdeals.net/f/10277424-motospeed-inflictor-ck104-gaming-mechanical-bladklit-keyboard-34-free-shipping
Jul 15, 2017
nyxxenator
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Jul 16, 2017
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FYI, I bought the Motospeed CK104 keyboard from a seller on Amazon in March. After a month or two I have had nothing but trouble with certain keys either not sending anything when pressed, or sending multiple copies of what is pressed. I have the most trouble with the A, S, and O keys but I've had it happen on others too. Hope you have better luck than I did.
Jul 16, 2017
Typhoon859
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Jul 20, 2017
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Unfortunate to hear. Luckily, the switches are easily replaceable, especially on such a simple layout (apart from requiring some minimal soldering). Why not just buy like 5 additional switches (to have some extra) from mechanicalkeyboards.com and fix those giving you trouble? Am I mistaken in this being possible in this case?
Jul 20, 2017
m0arpheus
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Jun 8, 2017
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No programmable keys, no way to change colors and no feet to raise the keyboard :( would be the perfect board for me if not for these large drawbacks. Any recommendations on a similar keyboard for a good price with programmable keys, lights that can be changed and better ergonomics?
Jun 8, 2017
Atonix
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Jun 9, 2017
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I got a cheap mechanical numkey pad off of here that I did some experiments with (switching out LEDS and switches) but I really want to make one from scratch. I think it's more of a hobby than a realistic alternative to a manufactured keyboard, as the cost can come out pretty high if you're looking for decent parts and there will likely be some repairs down the road. But it would be worth it because you can personalize everything and you get to brag that you made your own keyboard!
Jun 9, 2017
fopenplop
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Oct 9, 2017
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if you can afford it it absolutely is a realistic alternative. admittedly the only feature that you can't (easily) implement in a custom keyboard is per-key RGB lighting, but if you do enough research, a keyboard you build yourself will be of considerably higher overall quality than most prebuilt keyboard. the only reason prebuilt keyboards don't involve future repairs is because in most cases prebuilt boards really can't be repaired, and your only option is to replace them. and if you paid less than US$70 new for that keyboard, it'll almost certainly break before you get your money's worth.
Oct 9, 2017
Pascalj04
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Jun 7, 2017
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To anyone who think about buying this... When I was getting into buying pereherals for my new tower I just built, I knew NOTHING about brand exept I heard the name *razer* around sometime. (this was around 2013 by the way). Anyway, I head on to my local computer store and saw this nice *gaming mouse* and *gaming keyboard* and *gaming mousepad * from e-blue. It was written mazer on the box and stupid me tought it was those razer peripheral I heard about. So I was like wow! These are actually not expensive so I bought it all. These product are SO bad. First of all the mouse, it lasted less then 1 year and it started doing double and even triple clicks (I played dota alotttt that year, prbl close to 800 hours so a shit load of right clicks). Now the sensor, idk for sure if the sensor was just cheap or it was the mousepad the problem but it would often jerk. Was really not precise. But like I said, this could of been the mousepad too. I switched the mouse and mousepad at the same time so idk. Now the mousepad. It has a not good feel to it. It's really not soft. For example right now I got the Qck+ and it's a real nice cloth feeling. This e-blue on the other hand was really rough. Think about a cloth that would give you burns if you would slide your hand on it real fast. The good thing about it was the edge tho, these edge won't start to split up. Now for the keyboard. The one I had wasn't mechanical, just a normal rubber dome one but man it felt cheap. Even comparing it to another rubber dome it was super mushy. It had media keys on the side that were flat button and kinda worked if you pressed hard on them. So in the end, I'm just telling you guys that I know this brand is one of those *cheap Walmart brand * if you want a comparison. Just beware that this brand isn't really about quality that much. Note: remember that my keyboard, mouse and mousepad was not these one dropping now. Just the same brand. The mousepad is still the exact same material as the one showed there tho.
Jun 7, 2017
LegacyLemon
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Sep 5, 2017
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I have this keyboard and it is mechanical. It has blue switches that are tactile and nice and clicky
Sep 5, 2017
Pascalj04
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Sep 5, 2017
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Can't compare them to cherry blue switches tho. To anyone else looking at this keyboard, don't buy it. It's basicly a Walmart quality kind of brand. (not from Walmart tho)
Sep 5, 2017
BatDoctor27
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Apr 12, 2017
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Is the backlighting fully customizable, or are the LEDs in each row a fixed colour?
Apr 12, 2017
zjsk
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Apr 15, 2017
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Fixed color.
Apr 15, 2017
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