CODE 104-Key Mechanical Keyboard - Cherry MX Blue

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CODE 104-Key Mechanical Keyboard - Cherry MX BlueCODE 104-Key Mechanical Keyboard - Cherry MX Blue
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Best Keyboard I've Ever Owned Review by Alcha
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The summary says it all. I found the CODE keyboard when searching around for a new keyboard that could withstand a programmer/gamers wear and tear, code and pwning won't handle itself ya know ;)

That aside, I went with the Cherry MX Blue's because I work from home and don't have to worry about how clicky my keys are, otherwise I'd have got the MX Clear's. And _boy_ am I glad I did that. I've always been a fan of clicky keyboards, so now that I get one that can be heard across the house, it's a rather satisfying feeling (Posted on 6/28/18)
Excellent Review by Mark
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Very good. Expensive but worth it. Keys sound great! (Posted on 5/31/18)
Very springy and responsive cherry mx blues. Review by One of the best keyboards
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This keyboard gives me a very satisfying typing experience. The keys are perfectly springy and responsive, and the blue switches are satisfyingly clicky. I don't like the backlighting but that's easily fixed. The keys themselves feel very nice--smooth but not too smooth that my fingers are slipping as I type.

The keyboard itself is well constructed and has a nice heft to it so it won't be flying across the desk when you have a sleek surface and an aggressive type style.

In response to one of the reviewers above, if the room is sufficiently lit, the keys are not hard to read with the backlight off. The lighting is toggle-able to different brightnesses so that's always an option. Just one color light. (Posted on 5/28/18)
Solid Build & Feels Great Review by Scott
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So much better than my old membrane keyboard. The tactile feel is really satisfying & I’m making far fewer typos now. You may want to avoid the blue switches if you work in a shared office space. (Posted on 5/14/18)
Very satisfying keyboard Review by Jeff
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I have had a Matias Tactile Pro (similar to Alps switches) for years with my Mac, and decided to try this one mostly because I was sick of the white keyboard experience. I've been very happy with the Cherry Blue switches, and I'm 95% happy with the keyboard layout with my Mac (using the DIP switches on the back).

I wish there were a way to remap the Function key: my previous workflow used lots of keyboard shortcuts where I'd mash the right-side Ctrl-Opt keys with my thumb and use my fingers to hit a number of the numeric keypad. Now that Ctrl and Opt are separated by the Fn key, that's not possible. But otherwise I'm super happy. The keyboard looks clean and it is really satisfying to type on! (Posted on 3/10/18)
Loud and Wonderful Review by Todd
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I'm a big fan of mechanical keyboards and this is my 5th different one including DasKeyboard and other WASD keyboards.

The CODE keyboards are my favorite and I've fallen in love with the feel of the blue switches. They are pretty loud, but it is totally worth it.

The keyboard itself is solidly build, has a ton of options, and will be with you for your typing pleasure for years. (Posted on 2/8/18)
Loving it! Review by Conrad
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Best keyboard I've owned. Love the little bump I feel as I'm typing or gaming. Build quality feels very sturdy. I'll definitely be recommending these keyboards to my friends. (Posted on 1/15/18)
Very good investment Review by JH
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I haven't had this keyboard for very long but I am growing fond quickly. The 'clicky' nature of the blue switches was the one thing I was hesitant about (I've previously used brown, tactile-only switches). But I kind of like the audio confirmation when I've hit a key - especially with passwords and such.

I wish it was a bit more easily customizable; I'd prefer to turn down the back lighting a little. And I have found that, at least on Linux, the 'function' key is not operable so a simple switch or something would be great for that. But overall, it's by far the best keyboard I've ever owned and as I continue to get more used to it I envision it will improve my typing and help me to get more writing done. And gaming - because gaming is important in its own way! (Posted on 10/21/17)
3.5 stars... Review by SAW
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The TOUCH of this keyboard is nice... but it has some serious flaws...

1- the keycaps are COMPLETELY unreadable unless you have the backlight turned on. This means, that you're ALWAYS backlit, whether you need it or not...

2 - the side/by/side layout of the keycap design (eg... 7 &) instead of having the & below the 7, is confusing. Because they are so close together, I have to take 2-3 times longer to find the appropriate key when I'm not using something I always uses (parenthesis, or hash, for example).

3 - Wish the media keys were separate instead of requiring a double-keypress. (Posted on 1/28/17)
Great Keyboard Review by Gordon
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Great keyboard. I find that I can type more quickly and accurately with the mechanical key switches. The Cherry Blues are a bit loud, but I use the keyboard in my home office - so no problem. For those working in a cubical or team room environment, I would recommend selecting a WASD model with quieter switches.

I considered buying the DAS Keyboard as well, but selected the WASD Code as it had the backlighting together with the Cherry Blue switches in the same model.

Additional things I like about this keyboard:
- Build quality - it has a very solid feel and is fairly heavy compared with other keyboards
- No logo - this gives the keyboard a clean, minimalist look
- USB connector means no batteries - my previous keyboard was wireless, and the batteries tended to die at inconvenient times (Posted on 1/12/17)

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