Hello Everyone! I would like to ask a question for a project that I'm working on, I'm starting to finish my Gaming Setup which I already have everything. I just bought a keyboard which was the Anne Pro 2 and I love it a LOT. The only problem is the key-caps are kinda lame. Now I'm open to any suggestions or any recommendation for any key-caps, here are some things I want in them. Affordable, not to expensive Very colorful (I don't like any pink key-caps) Works with the Anne pro 2 keyboard Thanks very much! :)
This is an appeal to keycap set makers to add specific WASD keycaps alternates into their drop extra options. I'm a gamer and I tend to abuse the WASD keys a LOT. I'd love to be able to replace these specific keys without having to poach from my other key kits.
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Soooo, I am wanting to build a hexagon keyboard (keycaps) and am wondering if someone has done this? If so what pcb, switches, keycaps, case, etc. did you use? or can we start a group buy?! I want to make one as a bday gift for my friend, rgb and all the works. lmk if you have input please! :D -Alexandra D.
Hey! I'm trying to figure out which keyboard would be better. I've been looking for a smaller keyboard and I think that a 65% would fit really nice into my setup. Right now I've been reading reviews for Drop ALT High Profile and the Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini. The main reason for what I would buy the Razer is because it's wireless. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind if the keyboard is wireless, but is the only good thing that I think it has. There are better keyboards (or cheaper but similar) that are wireless? The Drop ALT has good reviews, but almost everybody says that the stabilizers are really bad. Is a good keyboard for someone that is new in this community? Also, I've been thinking in quieter tactile/linear switches. My actual keyboard (a CK550 with Gateron Brown switches) does quite of noise. So, which cheaper and quieter tactile/linear switches would you recommend me to buy, without having to lube them? I have a limited budget, so I would like to do the best buy as I can...
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Hey! I'm doing my first custom build with the drop CTRL case with the CTRL pcb and the Everglide panda stabilizers with custom keycaps. I was wondering if I just need to put the stabilizers in and all will be good or if I need to do some extra things.
Is there any configurator/builder with options for Nordic keycaps
I'm quite new to the scene of mk so I'm trying to find a good keyboard to buy and build or buy prebuilt. I live in Sweden and so I need the set of Å, Ä & Ö. They are used very often so an option such as using other keys for it than normal would not work.