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you guys really need to fix the hot spots with the LED's. I would be all over this if it didn't look like christmas lights. move the lights closer to the center and let the diffuser do its job.
Bruh it's a $70 hotswap keyboard
agreed but the hot spots are also on their more premium boards as well. just a preference bc I enjoy the boards but the hot spots kill it for me.
Bruh their "more premium" boards are a 65% for $70 and a TKL for $80
This is a budget brand that offers exceptional value to keyboard enthusiasts. You can pick up a board for less than $100 with hotswap, gat yellows, per-key RGB and no software required, and then take it all apart to lube it up for excellent sound and performance. You can also turn off the side-facing LEDs and let the ones under each switch do the illuminating for you, similar in effect to what you suggested!
I have bought two K87s, so I'm pretty biased.