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Which CHerry MX switches are the best?

Posted on Tuesday, August 14 2012 @ 21:55:18 CEST by

The Tech Report takes a look at four Rosewill RK-9000 series keyboards, with the Cherry MX Blue, Black, Brown and Red switches. The reporter concludes the brown switches seemed to do the best job of balancing accuracy and ease of repetition, making them great for gaming as well as superior to the blues for typing. You can read the review over here.
The point is, Rosewill delivers all major Cherry MX key switch types inside affordable, no-frills keyboards priced around the $100 mark—eminently reasonable by mechanical keyboard standards. There are no flashy backlights, no fancy paint jobs, no blocks of macro keys, and no amenities beyond the strictly necessary. There's just a plain black plastic frame, a set of 104 conventionally assorted keys, and some LEDs for caps lock, num lock, and scroll lock. Everything you need is there, and nothing more.



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