What is the opinion of Reddit about the
iKBC CD87 V2 Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Clear Switch for Windows and Mac, Tenkeyless Keyboard Upgraded with Mistel PBT Double Shot Keycaps for Desktop and Laptop, Solid Build Quality?

A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.

2 points

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24th May 2021

Right here.

It’s not exactly a looker, but it’s solidly built and I’ve had no issues with it.

Also available with just about any other Cherry switch you could want other than some more obscure ones like MX Greens, Whites, or Speed Silvers.

1 point

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13th Feb 2022

Have you only tried Razer/Logitech keyboards? Neither brand is exactly renowned for their reliability these days… though Logitech is usually more favorable over Razer.

I use one of these and it has been very reliable. Alternatively, you could grab one of those old Cherry terminal keyboards off of eBay and try your hand at that, they are usually only around $40. Just search Cherry 11900 on eBay and grab one that’s cheap and looks decent. It’ll probably last you another decade if you treat it right…

1 point

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5th Jul 2021

Hello,

I am looking for a prebuilt, tenkeyless to replace my CYBERPOWER PC blue switch keyboard. Are there any companies that are known for having good prebuilt keyboards?

I am currently looking at this however I am unsure of the brand and build quality.

2 points

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12th Dec 2020

I’m looking for a mechanical keyboard with brown switches (I’ve read some brown switches feel mushy, so I’d prefer ones that aren’t) that don’t have the gamer look. I really like the iKBC CD87 (https://www.amazon.com/Mechanical-Keyboard-Windows-Tenkeyless-Ergonomic/dp/B08B84VPN9/ref=sr_1_13?dchild=1&keywords=tkl+mechanical+keyboard+brown+switch&qid=1607742262&sr=8-13) but no LED (doesn’t have to be RGB) is a deal breaker for me. Plus I’d prefer a numpad.

I also really like this Coolermaster one (https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-CK552/dp/B07NPZKPH6/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=cooler+master+mechanical+keyboard&qid=1607742721&sr=8-2) but for some reason switching switches to browns nearly doubles the price.

Basically I want a tactile keyboard that isn’t as loud as blues, has some sort of backlighting, and doesn’t have a “gamer” look to it. Numpad preferred but not required. I don’t think those specs are too restricting so I’d prefer to not spend over $100, but slightly over budget for a keyboard that will last (nearly) a lifetime would be okay.

1 point

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22nd Feb 2021

These pre-builts fit your criteria