Hello! I saw this keyboard in the morning email today (https://drop.com/buy/nym-84-aluminum-mechanical-keyboard?utm_source=linkshare&referer=Z2JXCA) and I am aware of the three Drop branded keyboards, and I just have to ask: What makes these special?
As someone who only uses Apple-bundled keyboards, a $10 Rosewill keyboard, and touchscreen keyboards, what experience do enthusiast grade keyboards offer over “merely functional” keyboards?
I imagine there’s some value to it. I’m aware of the popular Cherry MX switches (Brown are quieter, Blue are louder... and Red are also louder? Clear are good for LEDs I guess?) and that there’s many other companies (OUTEMU?) and in-house designs (like Razer) making different mechanical switches, and that they offer a more crisp “click” at the tip of your finger than the plastic bubble of a membrane keyboard. I also get that something colorful, whether by LED or colored keycaps, can bring aesthetic enjoyment and make the desktop have a certain...
[GB]MelGeek Bee Mechanical Keyboard Storage Carrying Case
Whether you’re taking your favorite keyboard on the go or you want to keep it from collecting dust when you’re away, these storage case can help you do so.
Available in one size-but suitable for both 60% and 65% keyboard.
Our keyboard cases are as stylish as they are protective.
And thanks to the soft felt interior, your keyboard is safe from nicks, dust, and scratches while in transit.
This organization suitcase done in a classic gray color with cute little yellow bee as the decoration that works with virtually any keyboard.
Material: canvas + EVA
Out size : 13.38 x 5.90 x 2.75 in (34 x 15 x 7 cm)
Inner size : 12.79 x 5.11 x 2.36 in (32.5 x 13 x 6 cm)
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Someone created a custom keycap for the Esc key which was translucent bright red with the word "Detonate" or a synonym to that word implanted into the key cap. It was making out as if the Esc key acted as a last ditch option for a situation that happened on the PC monitor.