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dimm0k
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Nov 16, 2016
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looks nice... how do these switches compare to Cherry?
Nov 16, 2016
Lewiswatson55
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Nov 16, 2016
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Cherry is a type of food (more specifically a fruit) whereas this this is a keyboard.
Hope this helped, Lewis W
Nov 16, 2016
Lewiswatson55
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Nov 16, 2016
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Upon further research into 'cherry'i have found some interesting information. I thought I would share this with you below:
1. The word ‘cherry’ comes from the Turkish town of Cerasus.
2. Cherries belong to the rose family.
3. Canada holds the record for baking the biggest cherry pie in the world. A pie weighing 39,683 pounds was baked in Oliver, British Columbia which broke the record that was earlier held by Traverse City.
4. The German word Kirsch – the cherry liqueur comes from the word karshu. This is the name given to the cherries that were first cultivated in Mesopotamia in 8 BC.
5. Once upon a time, serving ice cream on cherry pie in Kansas was prohibited.
Nov 16, 2016
dimm0k
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Nov 16, 2016
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cute... but recognize the capitalization of the word Cherry
Nov 16, 2016
Lewiswatson55
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Nov 16, 2016
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I apologise and I do now recognise that a total of five times I didn't capitalise the word. Excluding plural (Cherries) that would be six times. Sorry for confusion and or inconvenience.
Nov 16, 2016
wajih_bechar
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Nov 16, 2016
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they are kailh switches.......i think they're not very different from Cherries.
Nov 16, 2016
sudros
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Nov 16, 2016
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Are the switches Kailh Blues? If they are I will be very interested. Love Blue and/or Green switches. Love the feel and the sound.
Nov 16, 2016
CheeseRat
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Nov 16, 2016
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Is the board actual RGB or just has rows of different color LEDs?
Nov 16, 2016
Sythel
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Nov 16, 2016
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Description says "Eblue Blue Tactile switches" if they were kailh blue they would be clicky not tactile.
Nov 16, 2016
zz383mero
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Nov 16, 2016
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The color of the switches gives you a rough idea of the weight of the springs inside.
Red switches have a low actuation force, at 45 cN. They are a Linear type switch, which have the simplest operation, moving straight up and down without any additional tactile feedback or loud clicking noise Red switches have been marketed as a gaming switch, with the light weighting allowing for more rapid actuation, and have become increasingly common in gaming keyboards.
Blue is the most common clicky switch. Clicky switches add a deliberately louder ‘click’ sound to the existing tactile bump, allowing for greater feedback. The actuation force is a little higher than the red switches at 50 cN.
Nov 16, 2016
wajih_bechar
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Nov 17, 2016
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oh this is where i got it from http://www.windowscentral.com/e-blue-mazer-mechanical-keyboard-review i'm sorry if i'm wrong or mislead you.
Nov 17, 2016
Sythel
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Nov 17, 2016
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No worries & thanks. I'm not surprised if they just renamed Kalih Blues "Eblue Blue Tactile switches" to be honest. Also blue are clicky and tactile so this actually would make sense.
Nov 17, 2016
ZebidyYoutube
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Nov 18, 2016
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Wow I'm a Lewis w as well but Winetroube not Watson
Nov 18, 2016
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