Sumvision Fully Programmable Mechanical Keyboard Nemesis Ultra Mechanical LED Gaming Keyboard £57.95 @ Amazon/Bluestone
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Sumvision Fully Programmable Mechanical Keyboard Nemesis Ultra Mechanical LED Gaming Keyboard £57.95 @ Amazon/Bluestone

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Found 9th Sep 2015
A friend recommended me this keyboard, and the cheapest place that I can get one.

It is a very good mechanical gaming keyboard... I have been searching around, and can't find any decent one under £70, until my friend told me about this... Thanks John..

About this keyboard,
BLUE MECHANICAL SWITCHES
The ULTRA keyboard features a built in mechanical switches that gives high tactile feedback and audible 'click' sound when pressed.

UNDERLIT KEY ILLUMINATION
5 light levels including pulsating mode, boasting a mixture of bright neon green and red light.

GREAT FOR TYPING AND GAMING
The high responsiveness and sensitivity of the keys allow greater typing control and speed, it also provides gamers the ability for faster reactions due to the key actuation point registering halfway through a key press.

BUILT IN MEDIA HUB
The ULTRA keyboard comes with a built in media hub that contains both a headphone and audio jack and USB port. plug in your headphone or microphone easily and quickly before you start a call

ANTI-GHOSTING
Allow for many simultaneous key presses without loss of input,ideal for gamers that require speedy and precise key input, has up to 10 key rollover.

Hope this post will benefit you...

25 Comments

Hey, welcome to HUKD.

I have moved this to the correct category for you. Have some heat.

cheap nasty switches put me off

Banned

This isn't using the more popular cherry switches but done Chinese knockoff. About the right price it should be

Not Cherry MX so this is actually quite expensive.

Original Poster

MrCollective

Hey, welcome to HUKD.I have moved this to the correct category for you. … Hey, welcome to HUKD.I have moved this to the correct category for you. Have some heat.



​Thanks MrCollective

Original Poster

Some people posted some negative comments on this product, not sure if they actually own one. I'm not trying to advertise or defend this product, I did read the 13 x 5 stars reviews on Amazon before I get it. It is a good product recommended by a good friend & buyers from Amazon. I'm sure there will be better products out there, but won't be for that price...

winlai

Some people posted some negative comments on this product, not sure if … Some people posted some negative comments on this product, not sure if they actually own one. I'm not trying to advertise or defend this product, I did read the 13 x 5 stars reviews on Amazon before I get it. It is a good product recommended by a good friend & buyers from Amazon. I'm sure there will be better products out there, but won't be for that price...



£5 more with cherry switches (also available with brown and black switches): amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_1?qid=1441882115&sr=8-1π=SX200_QL40&keywords=mx+board+3.0+brown&dpPl=1&dpID=41plWSn0eeL&ref=plSrch

winlai

Some people posted some negative comments on this product, not sure if … Some people posted some negative comments on this product, not sure if they actually own one. I'm not trying to advertise or defend this product, I did read the 13 x 5 stars reviews on Amazon before I get it. It is a good product recommended by a good friend & buyers from Amazon. I'm sure there will be better products out there, but won't be for that price...


Well Cherry-MX switches are superior, but given these use the same switches used in Razer boards - it's not bad. It's a matter of taste I guess. Doubt you'd be able to get a blue switched keyboard (one of the reviews does mention this feels similar to Cherry blues) with backlights, macros and a USB hub for this price.

People can call them "cheap Chinese" all they want - at the end of the day most things are made in China and aren't actually that bad. If you're new to mechanical keyboards from what I can gather, it's going to be much nice than rubber domed ones regardless.

I used beatmyprice on bespoke offers for the CM Storm Quickfire TX (Cherry Blues) and got that for £61 delivered. May be worth a try

I see that the OP keyboard is led whilst the comparisons arent

roro0101

I see that the OP keyboard is led whilst the comparisons arent


You're better off without leds. They're the first component to fail - Cherry MX switches last decades but LEDs do not, and as soon as a couple die it looks crap. Plus, if you're someone who doesn't look at the keyboard while typing (if you're not, there's really no point in buying one of these) then what's the point in it having LEDs on it? You don't need them.

roro0101

I see that the OP keyboard is led whilst the comparisons arent



The CM Storm is blue LED backlit with different modes of brightness and even a breathing mode.

PeatCoal

£5 more with cherry switches (also available with brown and black … £5 more with cherry switches (also available with brown and black switches): http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00CITN98G/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1441882115&sr=8-1&pi=SX200_QL40&keywords=mx+board+3.0+brown&dpPl=1&dpID=41plWSn0eeL&ref=plSrch



I don't see one on there with brown switches, if you can give me a link I'd be very happy! Brown is for people who type more than they game, right?
Edited by: "montblanc" 12th Sep 2015

montblanc

I don't see one on there with brown switches, if you can give me a link … I don't see one on there with brown switches, if you can give me a link I'd be very happy! Brown is for people who type more than they game, right?



Sorry, I got confused, the UK version only comes with red switches. I bought it with brown switches from Amazon Germany (came with german QWERTZ keys) and then asked the UK distributor if they could send me some UK keycaps, and they very helpfully sent me some from a board which had been returned as faulty (YMMV).

You can get boards with brown switches starting at £72 here: cclonline.com/cat…05/

I've never heard of Ozone. You'd have to put some research in to check it's a decent board.

Hope this helps.

montblanc

I don't see one on there with brown switches, if you can give me a link … I don't see one on there with brown switches, if you can give me a link I'd be very happy! Brown is for people who type more than they game, right?


I bought some browns (Was a corsair K70 non RGB model) the other day for that exact reason. They really are nice to type on, gaming with them takes a bit of getting used, but the it does have a nice balance. Keys aren't too easy to press (like reds) but aren't too firm that you find yourself missing the key-presses completely.

My friend has a Razer board with their "clicky" keys (equivalent too blue cherry mx) and they also seem to be quite nice to game on. Either way, it's definitely all personal preference. Browns do seem like the nice middle ground though for gaming and typing out of the main stream switches. Does take a bit of practice to stop bottoming out the keys though X)

I prefer blacks for typing (which I have at work). Reds for gaming (which I have at home).

Not a fan of blues. Too clacky for my taste. Still want to try browns ....

I'm going to give this heat despite the criticism about non-cherry switches.
I've only ever tried two switches before: MX reds and razer greens. I actually found the reds on my K90 to be a little disappointing, because the keycap stems scrape against the plastic frame, giving them a really cheap feel, whereas the razer's felt really precise and smooth. If possible, always test it before buying, because you can't tell how it'll feel from the switch variant alone.

roro0101

I see that the OP keyboard is led whilst the comparisons arent


scan.co.uk/tod…nly
Scroll down to Thermaltake.
Cheaper, Cherry, backlit.
Have a nice day.
Edited by: "jukkie" 15th Sep 2015

Sumvision are to be avoided. Really bad, low quality, unreliable hardware.

Looks cheap. Might as well spend £70 rather than waste £60.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-DRYD4uKgl3M/TyFukPD9YPI/AAAAAAAABhg/6vBz24II1is/s1600/Do_you_know_what_nemesis_means.PNG

good deal, heated

Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless gaming keyboard for Xmas. He mainly plays strategy games on his PC. Can you recommend one for me as I am clueless...up to about £50...won't complain if cheaper! Thank you

jodiehew

Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless … Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless gaming keyboard for Xmas. He mainly plays strategy games on his PC. Can you recommend one for me as I am clueless...up to about £50...won't complain if cheaper! Thank you



​try this or Rapoo KX Wireless mechanical Keyboard Fashionable Colors Wired & 5G Wireless keyboard With Multimedia Keys Pocket Nano Receiver
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(from AliExpress Android) or this Rk61 MINI Bluetooth Wireless&Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Rainbow Backlight Portable Kaih MX Blue Switches
aliexpress.com/ite…tml
(from AliExpress Android) both will take a while to arrive but are mechanical switches

jodiehew

Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless … Hi gamers! please can you help me...I want to buy my 17 yr old a wireless gaming keyboard for Xmas. He mainly plays strategy games on his PC. Can you recommend one for me as I am clueless...up to about £50...won't complain if cheaper! Thank you


It's hard to recommend a wireless gaming keyboard as wireless connections add some latency to the game. Also, there aren't many good wireless mechanical keyboards.
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