MagicForce 68 for Mac

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Hi
I really don't game on my mac, But I do code a lot.
Is this keyboard any good for that.
On the other hand I really want to do a custom keycap keyboard, hopefully a 65% or 75% percent if I cannot get used to the MagicForce.
Well is the MagicForce 68 easy to get keycaps replaced?
Thanks for your feedback.
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bchoy
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Jul 26, 2018
Hey! I have a magicforce 68 with cherry mx brown switches + o rings. It’s a very sturdy and well built board for its price (got it on amazon for $65 but there are cheaper options here on massdrop group buys). the dip switches and functions to control LEDs are easy to use as the manual is easily understandable.
artr0nics
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Jul 25, 2018
I used this exact keyboard as my daily driver for software development for over a year. I am excited to get another one. It is small, but still has the same layout as a full size keyboard and included the arrows, which I cannot live without. If you work in an office, I suggest getting the brown switches. I had blues and it drove a few of my coworkers nuts.
mitenolet
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Jul 25, 2018
key caps for the magic force is the easiest of them all i would say , just a standered set would fit you would need a TKL key set at least to cover it all. or the least you would get is a 60% set then add in other keycaps to cover the arrows and the four function keys on the top right.
mvargasmoran
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Jul 25, 2018
thanks man, I guess I'm buying then.