Is anyone else overly interested in mechanical keyboards and buying/modding/making them?
I discovered that there was a difference quite by accident. I've been using a logitech k811 to connect to my laptop while it's docked and still have the keyboard in front of me- just in case multiplicity isn't responding, or I don't want to switch screens (gaming and such). I realized that the size felt better to me, after typing on it for a prolonged period. And I never took the time to program my Orion Spark or indeed, any of my massive keyboards before it. Nor did I really care about the lighting patterns.
I was going to begin with the infinity 60% on massdrop, but got cold feet, and instead started with a Poker 3 (MX Brown). Shortly after that, I ordered a Poker 3 (MX Clear) for work, and haven't looked back! I just got a Qisan 68-key (MX Brown) to replace that k811, and it's working great. Still haven't decided if that's better than using the function layers to get to the additional keys. Now I'm looking at trying a planck or preonic keyboard- but those have to have the switches soldered, and my soldering days were long ago, and not sure if I want to get to that point. I'm also negotiating for a Race2 on Reddit.
If you're interested, and not already in on it, the best communities I've found are at deskthority and geekhack and reddit (mk and mechmarket). I've bought all of my goodies from massdrop and amazon, though I did delve a bit into AliExpress and Store Uni.
Anyone else caught this particular bug?