Suggestion: Drop should make a budget barebones kit.
Drop has marketshare in many areas, but they appear to not have any cheap barebones kits (sub 50$) currently available. They could do something like the CIY tester 68, MG75, or MG108 (ideally a 65%) . This could be a keyboard that would be a great entryway into mechanical keyboards, and have drop be recognized as a budget player more. It could also have deals that encourage you to buy other drop products alongside it (IE: keycaps 10$). It could also work as a 'travel keyboard' which one would bring travelling with them or just something fairly cheap to not be super careful with and just test out whatever.
May 27, 2023
T1 switches versus Holy Pandas? The Board Podcasts goes through pretty in-depth reviews of almost all components of a keyboard and his knowledge of the product shows. In this particular video, he compares the T1 switches to our Holy Pandas and he certainly taught me what negative tactile is! He’s coming out with content on a regular basis so check it out. Proji Keeb Look
“How many Keyporas do you want on your keyboard?” “YES.“ :3ildcat
The Womier K66 was all the rage in the community not too long ago and this is the TKL follow up. :3wildcat goes into a test dive of an newly released keyboard and walks through all the features. If you’re interested in how this keyboard was designed and how it stacks up with the rest of the keyboard industry, this is your video! The rest of the videos on his channel are enthusiast grade so if you’re looking for consistent reviews, consider giving this guy a subscription. As this is a new series feel free to give your feedback here. What did you like? What did you not like? What do you want to see more of? Have a creator you want to share? Are you a creator or know one? Post them here and we'll take a look.