Jun 11, 20164309 views

Whats The Best Keyboard Massdrop Has Sold

What do you think the best keyboard Massdrop has ever sold I'm leaning towards the plank or the ergo dox, but that's just me how about you?
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The best keyboard Massdrop has sold? The VE.A. I can't think of another board that has passed through this site and has become so coveted and elusive at the same time. The VE.A:s are *scarce*. They don't show up in the aftermarket often and when they do they are insanely priced. It's my impression it was a solid quality product that also offered something unique. And it looks damn nice.
As you can see, the answer to your question is a bit complex. Clearly some keyboards are significantly better than others, but which is the best depends on a lot of factors. In the end it all comes down to a matter of opinion.
now it's the ALT assuming it will be similar to the K-Type in feel, but the GMMK is a really close second.
How can you put the GMMK next to ALT? It's like placing a Yugo next to a Porche 911.
The whitefox keyboard is still number 1 for now, waiting for the GMK C70 and see how that feels
I'm still waiting for the redscarf III to return
For casual use, the MiniVan. For productivity (coding, technical writing, etc), the Infinity 60%. I may be biased since these are the only keyboards I've actually bought from Massdrop, but I haven't bought any other because I'm so happy with them!
tough call, I'm a user with pretty wide preferences since I worked on almost too many layouts I've been pushed.

with massdrop's sale here for the best, I'd picked Infinity Ergodox or the RS96 both for their functionality and size.
k-type is pretty rad, I dont use mine as my daily driver but its fun to bust out every once in awhile
The Ducky Shine 4 Special Community Edition.
That will be Bluetooth Poker 3 with swappable switch sockets (https://www.novelkeys.xyz/product/kailh-pcb-sockets/) used by Input Club K-Type when it's made, a classic evolved. I say make it bare-bone (no keycap, no switch) to keep the cost reasonable, giving users freedom to use their favorite keycaps and switches. I can buy several of these if it's made.

Actually, Bluetooth is optional but I threw it in there since new PCB design is needed.
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What PCBs are the Kailh sockets compatiable with? Those look interesting.
None. These sockets have to be designed in AFAIK.
The TEX Yoda TrackPoint Keyboard for sure
Hard to cap match, but I'd kill for one. It's my most wanted board of all time. I won't buy from this site, as the poor communication as of late warrants caution, but I'd like to see it at some point.
KBDfans75 is pretty smexy.
And oddly on the cheap end I'm loving the Magicforce 82.
Clueboard66 is also pretty rad.

Can't really say that there is one singular 'best board' since everyone will like different form factors and feature-sets. I know my faves change often.
Nothing yet. Still waiting for both my Planck kit and my XD64 kit.
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Tbh I don't really care about delays, I'm a pretty patient person so as long as the quality of the product is good then I'm good.
I don't have problems with delays, as long as communication is decent.