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As a programming student, I really like the Sharkoon skiller SKG5. The keystrokes are reported fast (for the gamers, but also for other people), it gives good feedback when a key is pressed, it has rgb (not really useful, but doesnt matter) and the marco keys are really useful for something like console.log(). Its also really cheap, for if you are on a tight ...


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Since good mechanical keyboards are relatively expensive and key preference is just a personal choice my suggestion is to purchase a mechanical key tester. This is a small keypad with several different kinds of switches in there. a cherry mx version with nine of their key types can already be found for around ten dollars. Other brands also tend to have these ...


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I've got the keyboard with brown switches and they are very responsive and nice to do some coding on... If you want more feedback try the heavier browns! The brown switch is intermediate between blue and black switches. If you're going to type but also want to play games on a keyboard, the brown switch is generally heralded as the best choice. They provide ...


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I've got one from MOFT. It's an adhesive laptop stand, which is extremely portable. But you just can't place your keyboard under the laptop.


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I use something similar to this in the office, which allows my keyboard to be parked under the leading edge of the stand. https://www.dell.com/en-uk/work/shop/r-go-riser-flexible-laptop-stand-adjustable-black/apd/ab538697


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I always recommend Keychron keyboards. They are reasonably priced, have a range of different options (layouts and switch mechanisms), most are wireless with a battery charged via USB and can also be used as a wired keyboard. Build quality is excellent and first party accessories are available (carry cases, matching palm rests, etc) with basic accessories ...


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