My new mechanical keyboard

I had a lot of fun building my custom ErgoDox keyboard and used it for a over 6 months until I came across a Ducky Shine keyboard. I was able to gather  £100 to get it ordered and what can I say, I don't think I'll be getting another mech any time soon. I've chose ducky with MX Browns to keep it quiet whilst using in the office.

Whilst I won't be going through a review of the keyboard itself (as there are plenty of them online already) all I can say that it is money well spent. Thing I like:

  • Size - I've never had a 60% keyboard before and I have to say I really like it.
  • Colour Schemes - Between the 4 available options, I use rainbow mode the most.
  • Weight - It is heavy. Not as heavy as the Ducky Shine YOTH edition (a single milled piece of aluminium) , but still could be used a give a descent bruise.

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