>>didn't do my research and realized that product is tainted with QA issues
but I did research you sperg. offer was limited, between a Tesoro Colada a Corsair K70 and that piece of shit. I wanted a barebones mechanical keyboard with NKRO and no rgb vomit gayming look, software or snowflake drivers. I was told repeatedly that Kailh wasn't so bad and Thermaltake was passable (compared to no-name brands like Dragon War or Trust) and the keyboard would last a long time so I went ahead with it. I knew it didn't have a standard bottom row and it didn't bother me. however no one mentioned:
>if you pressed keys on keyboards with NKRO hacks that it would result in alternating inputs if the keys are on different "keyboards": e.g. ALT-F1 results in ALT F1 ALT F1 ALT F1, rendering that keyboard shortcut unusable
only saw this shit mentioned after the fact in a post on Arch Linux forums complaining about not being able to switch TTYs.
>the shitty thin wire stabilizers taken straight from a cheap membrane keyboard
I didn't even think it would be so shitty it would come with those. I only found anything on that later when I saw posts of people asking where to buy compatible keycaps.
>the chatter issues
I found out by reading a few complaints about "repeated characters" or "duplicate keystrokes" on amazon (which I normally avoid due to shills and room temperature IQ reviews like "works 5 stars" or "too noisy 1 star")
Moreover you must have missed the part in my post where I said most of the relevant specs (stabilizers, bottom row, 6KRO mode, NKRO hacks, keycap materials and legend printing) are often absent from store pages, comments, manuals, and reviews (except maybe the 1 or 2 autistic sites that bother). Hell, most reputable PSU companies don't mention the platform and OEM of each PSU or the caps they use (except maybe for premium models). So tell me how the fuck are you supposed to guess this kind of stuff? shit like
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