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Can't beat for the price
The Womier K66 (aka the Wormier) is an excellent budget board that can be very, very easily modified. The south-facing 5-pin hotswap sockets will allow you to use any switches you have with any keycaps, including Cherry profile. The acrylic case gives it a deep, muted sound. The included Gateron switches are sought after in the community for their smoothness, and they respond well to grease or spring swaps (assuming you got linears - if you got Blues you can jailhouse mod them!). The RGB LED's are also tons of fun, but the keyboard looks nice even when they're turned off. The main drawbacks are that the stacked acrylic is fragile, the thick plate and large number of screws make the typing experience harsh (almost impossible to avoid under $100), the layout is a bit strange due to the 2u right shift, the included keycaps are very cheap (but they work), the plate mount stabilizers are cheap, and the stock firmware/software is bad (but you can flash QMK on it with community tools). If you're looking for a project board, this is one of the best options to work with. You can also get the high-profile YC66 keyboard elsewhere, which sounds and looks even better. It's not great stock, but what $70 keyboard is? Get your favorite grease(s) out, throw on a TV you've been meaning to check out, and get to work. You can have your very own custom-tuned keyboard for less than a big-name prebuilt.
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Would recommend to a friend.
Jul 29, 2021
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