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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 

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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

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.