What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Mechanical Keyboard, Anne Pro Bluetooth 4.0 Wired/Wireless Gaming Keyboard with DIY RGB Backlit & PBT Keycap, 61 Keys, Anti-Ghost, for PC/MAC/iPad/Smartphone/Laptop – Black (Brown Switch)?

A total of 12 reviews of this product on Reddit.

3 points

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24th May 2017

If you can consider Gateron you can get the Anne Pro on Amazon, it’s a wonderful 60% keyboard with RGB backlighting and bluetooth. I love mine!

https://www.amazon.com/Mechanical-Pro-Bluetooth-Backlight-Smartphone/dp/B06XW33N5R/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1495663255&sr=8-3&keywords=anne+pro

3 points

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9th Nov 2017

Here it is on amazon

It actually just says “Red Switch,” so I️ think you’re right. They feel identical to the real cherry reds that I have though. Sorry about that, let me change it.

1 point

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25th Dec 2017

are the ones from amazon the updated ones? just ordered one and I’m sure i’m gonna love it either way but I just hope I got the right one

1 point

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9th Apr 2017

Is there a budget Tenkeyless keyboard I can get for under $50. Something that would have the option to customize? I see a lot of these nice HHKB keyboards but i’ve also seen stuff like this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XW33N5R?psc=1 . Where is somewhere I could look for a cheap one?

2 points

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28th Jul 2017

I’d recommend getting it from Amazon, if you are in the US.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XW33N5R/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_XV0EzbWCNKSA7 (black with brown switches)

There’s a white version too, and red, blue, and brown switches to choose from.

2 points

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25th Nov 2017

Where did you buy yours? Amazon or Banggood. Are both sellers reputable?

2 points

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28th Feb 2018

Had a Microsoft SideWinder X4 Keyboard for forever until purchases these keyboards.

Nothing too fancy or too expensive. Started with the Magicforce. Found that I was missing my F keys. Saw a post on /r/MechanicalKeyboards about the Motospeed. Got the colored caps for fun. Then wanted something a little smaller and got the Anne Pro.

I like all of them but so far the Motospeed is the easiest. Still learning function patterns on the others. I’d like to eventually put the Motospeed into a different base as the stock one is very cheap and plasticy.

Anne Pro (Browns): Amazon link

Motospeed K83 (Blues): Amazon link

Magicforce 68 (Browns): Amazon link

Red caps: Amazon link

Cyan caps: Amazon link

2 points

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20th Apr 2018

Anne Pro with some keycaps I found on amazon

1 point

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17th Feb 2018

just out of my own curiosity, what made you recommend ikbc and pok3r over for example, this and this. would you say your recommendations are better?

1 point

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1st Nov 2017

It’s not something you can do to all keyboards, just ones with onboard memory.

This is the one I’m currently using at my desk, which comes out of box with the ability to switch between layouts (QWERTY, DVORAK, and COLEMAK are pre-programmed in as options), and is programmable. The size and split is glorious for my wrists and shoulders – I never knew what kind of upper back pain I had until I tried using a full-sized board again. This is the board I carry around with me, and have a few custom layouts for as well (uses a phone app to reset layouts).

There are other keyboards available with this functionality in a variety of sizes. Alternatively, you can build your own/buy a premade kit and program it yourself. If you’re into mechanical keyboards as well as typing, you might find a happy home over at /r/MechanicalKeyboards. 🙂 Some of the folks over there might be able to help with modding an existing board (mechanical or otherwise) to hold onto alternative layouts. I’ve seen it done, I just don’t know how to do it myself.

0 points

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11th Apr 2018

If you want simple I strongly recommend just using Morrowind Code Patch and MGE XE. MCP has a very user friendly installer for patching bugs out and functionality in to the Morrowind executable, and MGE XE has step by step instructions for enabling anti aliasing, anisotropic filtering, improved lighting and shaders, and distant land/statics, all of which make Morrowind look very good even with vanilla meshes and textures. Personally I also run a small number of mods (the font replacer recommended by MCP, mana regen, the official plugins, delayed DB attack, herbalism, and readable signposts) but I wouldn’t say any of them are necessary.

As for input, my living room PC has bluetooth so I use a a compact 60% bluetooth keyboard (this one) in my lap and a bluetooth mouse on the end table for gaming in the living room. I also have the bluetooth Xbox One controller for games where a controller does make sense.