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Adi Khajuria
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Technology enthusiast, podcaster(mhftech.net) and blogger(adistechsite.co.uk)
Technology enthusiast, podcaster(mhftech.net) and blogger(adistechsite.co.uk)

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Hi everyone,

You may recall from the linked post that I had narrowed down my search for a mechanical keyboard to three models.

The search is over. After much deliberation, I ended up going with the Logitech G610 Orion Brown. The Corsair Strafe was a good keyboard and had nice red backlighting but the keys seemed to jut out a little more than the Logitech one.

Additionally I know that Logitech make good keyboards so I can relax knowing that Logitech is brand that I can trust.

If anyone is interested I will write back with my opinion in terms of what my experience was like using it.

I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone for their suggestions/recommendations

Edit: For anyone wondering: Yes, this keyboard was well within my limit and here's proof - http://amzn.to/2f3pj0x


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Hello all, you may recall that I was on the hunt for a mechanical keyboard from this post: https://plus.google.com/+AdiKhajuria/posts/fZ443ScHGZ2

After much research, I have narrowed it down to three candidates:

Cooler Master Master Keys Pro L
Logitech G610 orion brown
Corsair Strafe

All of them have similar dimensions and the reviews are good on all of them (at least from what I have seen).

There are two differentiators here:
1 of 2: The G610 has dedicated multimedia buttons.
2 of 2: The corsair strafe has the most key rollover out of the 3

The cooler master has 6 key rollover (meaning 6 keys can be pressed down at any one time) but that switches over to N key rollover if more than 6 keys are pressed at a time.

I am finding it hard to pick one out of the three. I know that Logitech make good keyboards. With that said I have also heard that the Strafe is a good keyboard. With that being said the reviews on all three have good reviews with only a one point difference(out of 10) between all 3. As such this is why I am struggling.

I know that this must be a decision that I have to make. However, I was wondering if you (the reader of this post) can help me out. I know that I want something that will last me a long time but I know that if I take good care of it then that should not be an issue. 

Hello everyone! Forgive me if I have already posted about this but I am in the market for a mechanical keyboard. I am going to use it for both work and gaming.

I have a strict budget of £100($120 or €112, so I can be anything under that but not a penny over).

I've been doing a bit of reading and I think that I would want a keyboard with either a a Cherry switch or a Razer switch.

I know that Corsair, Razer, Steelseries and even Cherry do those keyboards.

With that being said, would anyone be able to give me some recommendations that would fit those requirements?

Please reply soon.

Kind regards,
Adi 

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Don't forget to enter the Adi's #Tech site 5th #anniversary #giveaway where you can #Win a £20 steam voucher. Before any asks me, yes this #competition   is open to entries from all countries.
Good luck and get entering!

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Win a £20 ‪#‎steam‬ ‪#‎voucher‬ in the Adi's Tech Site 5th #anniversary#giveaway Spread the word people!
#gaming #freebies  

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In his talk at the annual Game Developer Conference(GDC) Frank Cifaldi called upon the games industry to preserve the history of ‪#VideoGames by using ‪#emulation #gaming  

I have a little weekend project in mind.

I want to backup all my photos and videos that I have recorded from my camera to somewhere. I need to do it on a service that is free and offers plenty of storage. Being a photography enthusiast I have thousands of photos(and videos) that need backing up. I already have two local copies and I need to find somewhere to store them online(so I will have a third).

As far candidates goes I have Google Photos. I know that they provided free, unlimited storage so that is definitely one candidate.

I did have Flickr as a second option. However, since Yahoo(the company that owns flickr) has not been doing well as of late that's one service out of the running.

With that being said does anyone know of any other online storage services that I could upload to?

I look forward to hearing from you all soon.

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Fancy a change from #GoogleChrome or #MozillaFirefox ? Then you might want to check out #PaleMoon

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