norman_hess
2016-12-02T10:42:44Z
Hey guys

I'm looking for a good keyboard for programming. I heard that mechanical keyboards are good for this type of work, but there are so many mechanical keyboards and I don't know where to start. Do you guys have any recommendation?

Thanks

PS: found this article, and I decided to buy the Ducky Shine 5 RGB Brown

best programming keyboard 

Blackhawk8100
2016-12-02T12:59:50Z
Any keyboard that can have hotkeys is good, it just comes down to preference!
norman_hess
2016-12-04T08:50:39Z
Originally Posted by: Blackhawk8100 

Any keyboard that can have hotkeys is good, it just comes down to preference!

Thank you for your comment. Actually, I don't need hotkeys. I'm going to buy the Ducky Shine 5 RGB TKL Brown switches, do you think it's a good keyboard?

Blackhawk8100
2016-12-04T20:21:48Z
It comes down to preference, give it a whirl!
shirendev
2017-08-24T10:08:46Z
MK geeks at reddit really seems to love Ducky keyboards. So i guess you're good 🙂
tredeuce
2017-08-25T18:55:46Z
I have found the biggest difference is the step from membrane to mechanical keyboards. I am now using a Rosewill RGB with brown switches and I like it. I wish it was more quiet though. I have some O-rings but I think it is just my heavy fingers bottoming it out. I still would not want to go back to membrane though.
finn492
2020-12-29T10:14:58Z
There are many keyboards are available in the market that supports the mechanical option for you which you can use for gaming or for the fast working style. Check the corsair k90 vs k95 Rgb  to choose which mechanical keyboard is best for you.