What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Durgod Taurus K310 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard – 104 Keys – Double Shot PBT – NKRO – USB Type C (Cherry Brown, Grey)?

A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.

2 points


1st Oct 2020

Looking to spend under or around $100, not a gamer, just for work purposes. A backlight is not a MUST, but would be nice, as I sometimes work early or late hours and don’t like to turn on the lights. I am a touch typist, so I don’t really need it, but it is nice when working late to be able to see thing thing occasionally. Problem is I’m not super hot on the RGB gaming keyboards. I mean if that’s the only thing that will give me backlight, then that’s fine, although I might be limited on what software I can install on my work laptop, so I may not have a lot of control over the RGB.

In my searching so far, I really like this Durgod keyboard, and it has lots of good reviews. But it is a bit pricey for not having backlight. They have an RGB one, but it looks to be a completely different keyboard. If I can’t find anything else that really floats my boat for the same price, I may end up with the Durgod. But honestly, that’s after about 10 minutes of searching and research. So I’m sure you all will have some other good suggestions.

Anyway, I’m just looking for options out there, let me know what you think. Thanks!

Edit: Oh yeah 10 key is also a plus. Again, if there’s one that really SHINES that doesn’t have 10 key, I can live without it.

Edit: Brown switches preferably. If not, red would work too.

2 points


14th Nov 2020

Hum… it depends on the quality you are looking for, the budget (“cheap” can mean a lot of things in this sub…), the form factor and also what you will use it for.

There is the Wiki for this sub, off the top of my head there is the k310, the k320, Hades 68.

If you want something a bot more customizable you can go with the Keyron K6 (go for the hot-swap version for customization), or the NJ68

(personally the NJ68 is the one I would go for, but depending on what you need it could vary, make sure to check the wiki for more options)

Durgod Taurus K310 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard – 104 Keys – Double Shot PBT – USB Type C – ANSI US Layout (Cherry Brown, Grey) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07K193HZ4/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_AJHGEZ60VRBFSVN9DDQ1

1 point


12th Jul 2020

Depends on what you’re looking for in a keyboard. The Cherry Mx speed switches (my switches) are linear switches that have a smaller actuation point (1.2mm compared to around 2.5mm) than the other popular switches. They also have a lighter actuation force than red, blue, or brown switches. If you want a linear typing experience, (smooth key actuation with no bump) you should go with red or speed switches. Although I would not recommend speed switches for typing as it’s way too easy to accidentally press a key and have to delete it. If you want a tactile switch, (a key press with a bump) then you can go with the brown or blue switches. I recommend blue switches if you want a nice bump with a satisfying click, and browns if you still want the bump but not an annoying click with your keypress. Cherry Mx browns are by far the most popular, and it’s easy to understand why. If you want to get a feel for the keyboards before you buy, you can go to your local Best Buy for example to try some keyboards, or just go on to YouTube to listen to some different switches. There are also switch testers that you can buy relatively cheaply to see which switches you like. It really depends on preference, and if you are going to buy a new mechanical keyboard, I recommend doing the research on what types of switches you like. However, you don’t have to limit yourself to only cherry Mx switches. There are plenty of Razer, and Logitech switches out there, similar to cherry switches. You can’t go wrong with cherry Mx browns though, so if you just want a functional mechanical keyboard, here. I will warn you though, the keyboards are quite a bit expensive for the good ones. The ten keyless keyboards are a bit cheaper if you don’t need a number pad. If you still want a mechanical keyboard but it’s too expensive, there are some good options for cheaper “knock off” brands that have switches very similar to cherry switches. For example, Redragon is a brand that provides accordingly. Hope this helps!