Durable gaming keyboard under 5000 rupees

Sahil rajput

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Hi friends
Recently I have got ASUS cerberus but that doesn't works good so can anyone suggest me the best and durable gaming keyboard under 5000 rupees
Well I think to buy Logitech gaming keyboards because Logitech make durable goods but it is over budget for me to me
so friends please suggest me a gaming keyboard under 5000 rupees which is durable

Thanks
 

gaze_xianren

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Oh man, rupees? No offense but I'd need to have it in Canadian, hold on...
Okay, so 5000 Rupees = 102.68 CAD = 77.43 USD

Wow, that's quite a tough choice isn't it?

At this price I don't think it is possible to get a genuine cherry switch then...

AZiO MGK1 with Kaihl Brown and Blue Switch are currently on sale for 79.99 CAD in Canada Computers, but I do not know if it is on sale at your location.

Plenty of cheap mechanical keyboards are available on Amazon, though I would recommend looking at RedDragon and AULA, these keyboards all have blue switches (Outemu, Gaote, and Zoro).

The ones I had were Ajazz AK33 (Zoro Black Switch, around 50 CAD on eBay, 82 key, later sold to another person because I needed a full keyboard), TOMOKO MMC023 (Gaote Blue Switch, around 50 CAD on Amazon, 87 key, still have it but I do prefer using a full board), AZiO MGK1 (Kaihl Brown Switch, bought for 100 CAD but now it's on sale, gave it to my cousin because I am seeking for a cherry switch), and CM Devastator II (Membrane, they call it mem-chanical but we all know it is Membrane, full size board, using it right now) Combo.

Hopefully that helps?

Sorry, I somehow thought it was 4000. 5000 actually opens up a lot more choices.

The Logitech G710+ is just under CA$100, but I heard that their key caps are not that durable.

G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 (both RGB and Red) is just under CA$100 as well, it looks well made but I don't know whether it is available in your area.

Again, that's my suggestion based on my area only, it could be different in your area.
 

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gaze_xianren

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Oh man, rupees? No offense but I'd need to have it in Canadian, hold on...
Okay, so 5000 Rupees = 102.68 CAD = 77.43 USD

Wow, that's quite a tough choice isn't it?

At this price I don't think it is possible to get a genuine cherry switch then...

AZiO MGK1 with Kaihl Brown and Blue Switch are currently on sale for 79.99 CAD in Canada Computers, but I do not know if it is on sale at your location.

Plenty of cheap mechanical keyboards are available on Amazon, though I would recommend looking at RedDragon and AULA, these keyboards all have blue switches (Outemu, Gaote, and Zoro).

The ones I had were Ajazz AK33 (Zoro Black Switch, around 50 CAD on eBay, 82 key, later sold to another person because I needed a full keyboard), TOMOKO MMC023 (Gaote Blue Switch, around 50 CAD on Amazon, 87 key, still have it but I do prefer using a full board), AZiO MGK1 (Kaihl Brown Switch, bought for 100 CAD but now it's on sale, gave it to my cousin because I am seeking for a cherry switch), and CM Devastator II (Membrane, they call it mem-chanical but we all know it is Membrane, full size board, using it right now) Combo.

Hopefully that helps?

Sorry, I somehow thought it was 4000. 5000 actually opens up a lot more choices.

The Logitech G710+ is just under CA$100, but I heard that their key caps are not that durable.

G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 (both RGB and Red) is just under CA$100 as well, it looks well made but I don't know whether it is available in your area.

Again, that's my suggestion based on my area only, it could be different in your area.
 

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Hey friend my budget is updated thinking to buy gamdias Hermes (gkb 3000)
How's that

 

gaze_xianren

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Hey man, I couldn't say exact how I think it is. I was looking at it as well but far as I can tell it uses Kailh Blue Switch, I've been using Kailh Switch for a while and I would say it is quite close to the original cherry switch, I just couldn't stand the noise level of a blue switch (no matter which brand), if it isn't a huge problem for you, go ahead and do it.
 

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