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hey /g/, are mechanical keyboard easy to break? or better, is it common for them to break?
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No.
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Mechanical keyboards are advertised as "long lasting", but let me tell you something. I have had half a dozen keyboard of various prices, and each and everyone of them started chattering after a while.

It isn't worth the price, just find a membrane keyboard with NKRO and other basic functions and you're good to go. Do not fall for the cherry meme.




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