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Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by ZATZAi, Nov 7, 2014.
tbh i dont even know if razer keyboards are worth it, cause other keyboards cost so much less.
I'm not exactly young, so I've used all kinds of keyboards throughout the years. (tiny big of perspective - I already had three kids when trackballs were the brand new really cool thing in PC peripherals. lol) I've been most comfortable using the Razer keyboards since I bought my first Tarantula around 2008 or so. Other family members have tried other brands, and I've tried typing on their keyboards, and now that I'm used to my Razer gear, nothing else feels as nice anymore.
I'm sure that there are other brands/keyboards out there that work just fine and are better for other people, but I'm quite comfortable with what I'm using.
hi, I bought a Blackwidow chroma stealth with USA layout (only available).
I'm Italian and I would like to replace some keycaps to turn the keyboard in ITA layout.
I know that missing the key for <>, but not a problem for me.
I would like the keycaps with Razer font, to maintain the keyboard style.
Razer produces keycaps for Italian layout?
Otherwise, WASDKeyboards produces custom keys with the same razer font compatible with the backlight?
There are other possibilities?
Wao it looks awesome. If this time I cant get it ehere I can get? Can I get it from store?
Hard to find those, you can look for a broken keyboard, buy replacement keys from a different company or hope to win some of the Razer keychains.
There's a cool transparent key cap set on mass drop right now
there are quite a few defective keyboards on ebay uk, maybe you could try there. perhaps ask for clearer pictures if they aren't for better clarity on the state of the keyboards. Can be pretty cheap especially when you get a whole set.
I keep seeing people saying that here are good "cheap" options regarding keyboards - I'm just wondering what folks are looking for in keyboards that they aren't looking for the best performance when that's the case? I'm sure there are thousands of different keyboards out there that baseline functional, but that certainly doesn't make them ideal for gaming.
As I had mentioned earlier, I'm so used to using my Razer keyboards now that using anything else feels too cheap and just "wrong" to me. I love knowing that my keyboards can probably outperform what I can do in a game and not the other way around. hehehe
Can you provide links? I think it should be nice.
MaxKeyboard offers printed clear keycaps as well as blank, for twice the price
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