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Best mechanical keyboard UNDER £70 UK

What is the best mechanical keyboard for under £70 for gaming. NOT US!!
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    Cherry blues and browns are my preference because of the tactile and auditory feedback they provide, but everything I see seems to be a little out of your price range except this keyboard that has no number pad and red switches:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00A53LCQ8/?tag=pcp0f-21

    If you can go a little higher, this CM Storm Quickfire has blue switches:
    http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Peripherals/Keyboards/Gaming/Cooler+Master+CM+Storm+Quickfire+TK+Mechanical+Gaming+Keyboard+-+Cherry+MX+Blue+%5BSGK-4020-GKCL1-UK%5D+?productId=57076&source=skinflint
  2. ubercake said:
    Cherry blues and browns are my preference because of the tactile and auditory feedback they provide, but everything I see seems to be a little out of your price range except this keyboard that has no number pad and red switches:
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00A53LCQ8/?tag=pcp0f-21

    If you can go a little higher, this CM Storm Quickfire has blue switches:
    http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Peripherals/Keyboards/Gaming/Cooler+Master+CM+Storm+Quickfire+TK+Mechanical+Gaming+Keyboard+-+Cherry+MX+Blue+%5BSGK-4020-GKCL1-UK%5D+?productId=57076&source=skinflint


    Thank You!!!!!! Ordered it
  3. Which one?
  4. ubercake said:
    Which one?

    The zalman, I can always upgrade later.
  5. Very true. On my gaming machine, I almost never use the number pad so you may never even find a need to upgrade.

    The difference with the red switches is you don't get any tactile feedback. The red switch feel is more like a non-mechanical though they offer the benefits of the mechanical.
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