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Great keyboard, glad I bought it and would recommend.
on 15 October 2014
Bought this as a replacement to the Apple keyboard I was using on my PC because you just cant game with such a low profile keyboard.
This does take a little bit of time to get used to regarding the side marked keys, if, you're like me and catch yourself making repeated mistakes on the same key cause you think your hands/fingers are in the right place but they're not. The merged arrow keys and numpad are not too difficult to learn to use and you can learn to hit the numlock key when necessary.
The action is great, its got, as indicated, the 2mm action stage key but bottoms out at 4mm (I think those numbers are right) and has that great clicky sound.
Now, the sound is definitely not quiet, but if you're on the fence, its definitely not the loud blue MX switches. I would have liked to try the reds if they were available at the time but I chose this as I wanted to have feedback like your mouse does with its different audible pitches on the right and left clicks, and Im glad I did.
Size is great but you dont lose out on the numpad which I think is still a really useful part of the keyboard despite you only needing once in a blue moon, but when you have it, you are glad you do.
I mainly wanted to avoid moving it from right to left when I go from typing/browsing to gaming but I still find myself doing that ever so slightly to make it comfortable.
About the same as all the others out there which have the brown MX switches which arent LED unless youre going for the Ducky or Das Keyboard models which are in excess of £100. Im happy I spent under £70 and going above that I think you need to be more of an elitest to tell the difference.
I got the UK layout when I bought mine.