What is the opinion of Reddit about the
DREVO Gramr 84 Key Backlit USB Wired Tenkeyless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Black Switch-Black?

A total of 10 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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15th Sep 2017

The keyboard I currently own is this and I really like its size and the switches (brown) but I can’t easily buy keycaps for it. What’s a good upgrade? I can’t spend more than $150, preferably wouldn’t go above $100. White or customizable backlight. Thank you guys! ;u;

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15th Sep 2017

The keyboard I currently own is this and I really like its size and the switches (brown) but I can’t easily buy keycaps for it. What’s a good upgrade? I can’t spend more than $150, preferably wouldn’t go above $100. White or customizable backlight. Thank you guys! ;u;

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26th May 2017

stay far away from every typical “gaming” brand. They all suck incredibly much.

Buy a keyboard like this for 40 $. The layout is the optimal one for starcraft II since it puts f-row closer to your number-row allowing you to hit more camera hotkeys, while cutting away the numpad and some of the nav-cluster reducing the keyboards size allowing for more comfortable mouse control.

https://www.amazon.com/DREVO-Backlit-Mechanical-Keyboard-Switch/dp/B01K1XDTJY

In regards to quality, the board is decent. I own multiple boards that have cost me 200 $ +, and the quality between those boards and 40 $ boards is fairly small. In regards to switches, the optimal switch is the one with the lowest actuation force. 45 g and below is best, as it allows you to spam for longer periods without your hands getting tired. In regards to tactility etc, it’s all personal preference when it comes to RTS. However linear switches are by far the best for FPS’es, so if the keyboard is meant for gaming go with MX reds.

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11th May 2017

Thanks! They had 68s yesterday on Amazon but now sold out. What do you think about the Drevo Gamr? Seems to be about the same size. Non removable usb, but checks other boxes (under $50, brown switches, arrow keys, ten keyless).

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1st Jun 2017

I need help deciding with this:
Drevo Gramr 84, it is cheaper and I really like the design as well, but I can’t understand the difference between these two sellers, because on Newegg it wen’t from around 80 to 50, while on Amazon it went from 50 to 40. Is it an actual physical difference that I didn’t spot in the description (like switches) or it is just marketing tricks? Or maybe it’s because of the shipment? I don’t know
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=0GA-00VB-00001
https://www.amazon.com/DREVO-Backlit-Mechanical-Keyboard-Switch/dp/B01K1XDTJY

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21st Aug 2017

I currently use a DREVO 84-key Mechanical Keyboard, which I like. It is simple, it works and it wasn’t expensive. The biggest issue I have with it is that it doesn’t have a numpad or dedicated macro buttons.

I am looking for recommendations for a keyboard that is as close to $50 as possible that has the following:

  • Mechanical – Brown, Black or Clear switches (tactile or linear and silent with higher actuation pressure)
  • Backlighting – RGB or White
  • Dedicated Macro keys

Something like the Corsair K55 but mechanical would be perfect. I mean I would just buy the Corsair but I have heard bad things about the longevity of membrane boards.

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19th Jun 2017

I personally wouldnt get any of these. If it is your first mechanical keyboard I would try to reflect on what you really want in a keyboard. Do you want it to be loud while typing? do you want tactile feedback on your keys while typing or having to increase your pressure to get the key to depress? these are two questions that need to be answered before you buy imo. If you want a nice solid keyboard on the cheap I reccomend the drevo tenkeyless. Link. This keyboard uses black switches which have no bump in their pressure curves.

For more info about mechanical switches and their pressure curves you can view the following graphic, Link or just shop around the web. I like black because of their linear nature and they are the quietest switches. but to each their own.

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17th Jun 2017

Two non-tactile keyboards ~40$:

If you like tougher switches (pleasantly grainy):

https://www.amazon.com/DREVO-Backlit-Mechanical-Keyboard-Switch/dp/B01K1XDTJY

If you like the smoothest keys you’ve ever tried (they feel like they were lubricated):

https://www.amazon.com/LINGBAO-JIGUANSHI-Mechanical-Backlight-Anti-ghosting/dp/B01N80A5W0?th=1

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2nd May 2017

This one but the red switch version

https://www.amazon.com/DREVO-Backlit-Mechanical-Keyboard-Switch/dp/B01K1XDTJY

(on mobile, forgot how to format)

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27th Apr 2017

I love my Drevo 84 key with brown switches. Cheap less than $50 I think I paid ~~$30~~? $40

The Qisan Magic Force 68 key is also a decent keyboard it’s ~~cheaper but~~ not illuminated and has less features mostly because it physically has less keys.

I like the 84 key better because it still has function keys but fits into a smaller space so even though it has more keys it feels a lot smaller. They also sound different. The 64 key sounds louder and clackyier the Drevo more mechanical. The Drevo is a little quieter but deeper. I much prefer the space bar on the Drevo. I prefer the smooth key caps on the 64 key the Drevos have a more textured feel to them. And that’s the appeal of a mechanical keyboard there are an infinite amount of options and customizations available so you can build a keyboard that’s perfect for you.

You don’t need to spend $400 on a custom board with custom caps.

Edit: added links,updated prices, and typed out some more info. Prices on the keyboards can fluctuate a lot based off of how many are actually in stock and what not. The 64 key was