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ASUS ROG Claymore Core Fully Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - MX Red 3 £69.90 (using code) @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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ASUS ROG Claymore Core Fully Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - MX Red 3 £69.90 (using code) @ Ebuyer / Ebay

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Posted 26th Feb

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ROG Claymore Core features Cherry MX RGB switches to give you precise and responsive keystrokes. It features individually-programmable backlit keys with Aura Sync technology for unmatched levels of personalization. This 100% anti-ghosting keyboard has N-Key rollover technology, on the fly macro recording, and dedicated hotkeys for exclusive ASUS motherboard cooling and overclocking controls. ROG Claymore Core gives you the winning edge in the digital battlefield.

ROG Claymore Core features Cherry MX RGB switches, 100% anti-ghosting with N-Key rollover (NKRO) technology, fully programmable keys and on the fly macro key recording to ensure you always get the winning edge.

Repeat acceleration is the rate at which a letter repeats itself when you hold a key down. You can adjust repeat rate to suit the situation at hand — keep it at the default rate for typing, or increase it for some rapid-fire action.

Features

- Individually-backlit keys with Aura Sync RGB LED technology for unlimited personalization options
- Fully programmable keys with on the fly macro recording
- 100% anti-ghosting with N-key rollover (NKRO) technology
- Hotkeys for fan speed, lighting and overclocking controls when paired with an ASUS ROG motherboard
- Onboard memory to save profiles on the go and intuitive ROG Armoury for lighting, key, and stats settings
- Durable aluminium construction with intricate Mayan-inspired detailing
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Nice one. I'd buy it, but the wife won't let me. To be fair I have a perfectly functional Razer Black Widow Chroma and, as she points out, several other keyboards
It's the "intricate Mayan-inspired detailing" that does it for me...
Angus_McFrugal26/02/2020 17:50

Nice one. I'd buy it, but the wife won't let me. To be fair I have a …Nice one. I'd buy it, but the wife won't let me. To be fair I have a perfectly functional Razer Black Widow Chroma and, as she points out, several other keyboards


Have you ever used MX Brown switches? How does Razer compare to those? I can't find it anywhere locally and my Logitech G710 has seen better days, the key caps started getting brittle and breaking where they sit on the switches, it's getting hard to find them on ebay now.
Any one got any recommendations for a keyboard that has same feel of thee razer tarantula?
Edited by: "Gamer903" 27th Feb
Angus_McFrugal26/02/2020 17:50

Nice one. I'd buy it, but the wife won't let me. To be fair I have a …Nice one. I'd buy it, but the wife won't let me. To be fair I have a perfectly functional Razer Black Widow Chroma and, as she points out, several other keyboards


If your wife wont let you spend your money dont let her buy new makeup, handbags, clothes

Youre in a toxic controlling relationship and you need to get out
BenderRodriguez26/02/2020 18:30

Have you ever used MX Brown switches? How does Razer compare to those? I …Have you ever used MX Brown switches? How does Razer compare to those? I can't find it anywhere locally and my Logitech G710 has seen better days, the key caps started getting brittle and breaking where they sit on the switches, it's getting hard to find them on ebay now.


I have the Razer Blackwidow Chroma and a Corsair K95 with brown switches and the Razer now sits amongst old surplus 720p monitors. Every one is different when it comes to keyboards and switches though, so you may prefer one over the other. Razer is overly loud though when using it for typing. I'd say if you're just simply a gamer and don't use your PC/Laptop for anything else really, you may like the Razer or MX Reds but if you game as much as you type or just simply type more, then the MX Browns may be the ones for you.


If you can, I'd look in a local PC or Currys store that has keyboards on display and see which ones you like?
alanscantlebury7527/02/2020 11:00

I have the Razer Blackwidow Chroma and a Corsair K95 with brown switches …I have the Razer Blackwidow Chroma and a Corsair K95 with brown switches and the Razer now sits amongst old surplus 720p monitors. Every one is different when it comes to keyboards and switches though, so you may prefer one over the other. Razer is overly loud though when using it for typing. I'd say if you're just simply a gamer and don't use your PC/Laptop for anything else really, you may like the Razer or MX Reds but if you game as much as you type or just simply type more, then the MX Browns may be the ones for you.If you can, I'd look in a local PC or Currys store that has keyboards on display and see which ones you like?



Thanks, looks like I'll pass on this one then, it's 50/50 games and other work, my missus would hate the noise. My local Currys has new Logitech keyboards but no Razers for some reason. Logitech would be ideal to synch LEDs with my G502 mouse (the wireless model is amazing), but I didn't like their own brand switches that much.

I wish the G710 lasted a bit longer, I've seen 30yr old keyboards from the i286 era that still work fine but the key caps for the MX switches just don't last that long.
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 27th Feb
alanscantlebury7527/02/2020 11:00

I have the Razer Blackwidow Chroma and a Corsair K95 with brown switches …I have the Razer Blackwidow Chroma and a Corsair K95 with brown switches and the Razer now sits amongst old surplus 720p monitors. Every one is different when it comes to keyboards and switches though, so you may prefer one over the other. Razer is overly loud though when using it for typing. I'd say if you're just simply a gamer and don't use your PC/Laptop for anything else really, you may like the Razer or MX Reds but if you game as much as you type or just simply type more, then the MX Browns may be the ones for you.If you can, I'd look in a local PC or Currys store that has keyboards on display and see which ones you like?



Scratch that, I looked on ebay and some Chinese company started making replacements, I've never seen them before. They're between $4.99 and $7.99 though, at this rate it would be cheaper to get a new keyboard. I found some 3D models, might try printing few on the weekend to see how they work.
BenderRodriguez27/02/2020 11:40

Scratch that, I looked on ebay and some Chinese company started making …Scratch that, I looked on ebay and some Chinese company started making replacements, I've never seen them before. They're between $4.99 and $7.99 though, at this rate it would be cheaper to get a new keyboard. I found some 3D models, might try printing few on the weekend to see how they work.


Because the MX switches didn't have their patent renewed (I believe that's the reason, memory is awful) it was a free for all and the Chinese knock offs are apparently quite similar to their counterparts. There are also many other switches of which I can't recall the name of. You can order a test sample of them via AliExpress which I was meant to do but never got around to it but they are expensive as heck but are meant to be some of the "best" according to some keyboard enthusiasts I spoke to.

I'd check reviews of the Logitech keyboards that take your fancy. Everyone and their dog are trying to make it on YouTube and will review almost anything, so there's not often a video where you'll not find some form of information at least haha.
I like the fact it comes with it's own keyboard cover/bag. I looked at getting one for my Razer huntsman elite but it was £20+ from razer and l couldn't justify paying that for a piece of cloth ! Any one found or recommend a good keyboard dust cover ?
Does anyone know for sure if this is the UK layout version?
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