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For a little while I've had a new mechanical keyboard around the office. By most standards, it's an incredibly good keyboard. It looks good, has a spare USB port, lights up nicely, sounds good when you type on it, and it's not difficult to clean.

But every time I try to switch, the end result is the same. I use it for an hour or two and then move it away, returning to my cheaper, trashier looking piece of equipment.


Earlier this year CORSAIR refreshed their mechanical keyboards with the LUX RGB line, and I liked them so much that I ended up buying one for myself.

And I thought that'd be it for the year. They were the best keyboards I'd used in a good while. They were small, did everything I wanted, and didn't break the bank.

But then iKBC came along.