Mechanical Keyboards Collection - anyone who spends a long period of time on the PC can benefit from using them
Mechanical keyboards aren't just for PC gamers
The first mech I got was this Logitech G710+ with MX browns
Net ame the old timer.
Every collector needs to have a keyboard with buckling springs. This is my 1987 IBM model M.
Got this QFR with blues on a bit of a whim. Was a pretty solid board, and when my father's GF's kid ascended to the PC master race I gave it to him as a birthday present.
My first actual double shots
the skull squadron set was the first set I got, and is still one of my favorite sets.
Rackmount and MY
This was going for cheap on GH so I picked it up. Rackmounted keyboard with Cherry MY switches.
Wanted to try out alps switches. this dell AT-101W had black alps in it. I donated it at PDX-KBC meet raffle
I got the KBT Pure Pro as my first 60% keyboard. originally had mx reds, but I modified it to have variable weight clicky switches
I got this after my KBT proved to loud for the classroom. It's a Noppoo Choc Mini with browns. Was an alright board.
I did't use it like this, but I got it to replace the G710+ since its appeal and size wore off on me. pretty solid board for its price. I bought it with browns, but traded for one with blues. I also soldered up a Black Petal for it.Started as a joke..
I got this JD40 to have as a noveltie, but after using it for a few days I fell in love and it became my daily driver for over half a year. I got this as just a PCB and built it with MX clears.