What is the opinion of Reddit about the
SMALLElectric 104-Key Illuminated Mechanical Keyboard with White LED Backlighting?

A total of 3 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point


25th Jun 2018

I was going to suggest the WASD Code and then I saw your image and realize that’s exactly the keyboard you posted a photo of. The backlight is white, there is no RGB, but I love the keyboard and can’t recommend it enough (I have the middle layout without the numpad, it’s cheaper and once I no longer had one I realized I didn’t need it.)

2 points


25th Dec 2016

Looking for a full-size with MX Browns for general use plus gaming (USA), and the following are all pluses: Mac layout, white LED, detachable cord, simple aesthetics, and “floating keys” like Varmilo (definitely not all hard requirements except full size and Browns).

Current plan is WASD Code (has everything except floating keys, for 150 on Amazon or less if I can wait for MassDrop) with these O-rings (look equivalent to regular red ones), plus Vortex doubleshot PBT+POM backlit white keycaps thick OEM height ones that apparently look great on specifically the Code (plus they match my white Corsair 600T hackintosh case).

Any ideas? Decent cheaper alternatives I hadn’t considered? Concerns I should be aware of with this setup? This Ducky One looks like a decent cheaper board at 120 with Browns and white LED, but the availability is listed only as preorder, which sounds to me like “unavailable for who knows how long”.

Apologies for my noobiness, and happy holidays!

1 point


7th Jun 2015

I last submitted here two years ago (reddit/imgur) and have been making little incremental changes every few months since then. Here’s the hardware breakdown:

Asus VS248H-P 24-Inch

Monitor Stand:
Planar 997

Yamaha RX-V690 ($20 from a thrift store!)

Polk Audio RTi6 Bookshelf Loudspeakers

CODE 104-key Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Browns

Logitech Performance Mouse MX

Computer (nothing all that impressive, I know):
Intel Core i5 4690k
8Gb Kingston HyperX DDR3
Radeon HD6950
Sandisk 240Gb SSD

And as a neat little detail, I have this little usb hub on the side of the left speaker, with a conference room microphone attached, so I can turn the mic on and off with a convenient button. There’s also a pair of Sennheiser Momentum headphones that I keep stashed behind the left monitor that I use when the mic is on, to prevent feedback.