What are the best keyboards for developers?

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    #1WASD CODE 12187

    WASD CODE 12187

    Compact and slim, this keyboard features a LED-illuminated backlight, with seven different levels of brightness. Thanks to the NKRO/6KRO, you will be able to press multiple keys at the same time. 


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    Vincent Bailey
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I do a lot of typing, so I am always looking for a great keyboard. The WASD CODE 12187 is such a keyboard. It's not cheap. But it is worth the price. Typing with this keyboard is a great pleasure. It could be a bit loud if there are other people around though. Overall I think it is very good and glad I bought it. "
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    #2Realforce SE18T0

    Realforce SE18T0
    The Realforce 87U employs Topre's unique capacitive tactile key switches and ergonomically distributed key switch weighting to provide the most comfortable typing experience available in a standard flat keyboard. Convenient LEDs are embedded in the Caps Lock and Num Lock keys and the Caps Lock and CTRL keys are swappable and configurable using the on-board dip-switches.

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    Lauren Watson
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Yes, this is the one keyboard you need. Rollover is great. Quality is great. Honestly, this is the best keyboard that I've ever used. The spec say something about it not being good if you have arthritis - so, I don't know about that. But if you're just in the market for the best keyboard out there, and the price isn't an impediment (it does cost) - this one is built for the long haul and you won't be disappointed. I love mine and my work productivity has totally increased. "
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    #3Das Keyboard 4 Professional

    Das Keyboard 4 Professional

    The Das Keyboard 4 Professional gives to you a new experience of typing. It is a very sturdy mechanical keyboard that allows you to write and, also, to play with it.


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    Aanya Sarin
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "Keyboard snobs will like Das Keyboard 4 a lot. The built in volume knob and USB ports are awesome. Another feature that I really like is that it has a long cable. This is a must have if you have a big desk or one that's cluttered with electronics, books, etc. "
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    #4Logitech K120

    Logitech K120

    This wired keyboard will only need a USB port to start giving you hours of great typing performance. It features the QWERTZ layout, perfect for German and other Central Europe languages. 


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    Tang Tang
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "I bought this keyboard because it was a Logitech and I'm sure thankful I did. The layout on this keyboard is the best I've used especially for the price. I spend hours on my computer everyday. This keyboard makes the task certainly enjoyable."
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    #5Filco FKBN104M/EFB2

    Filco FKBN104M/EFB2
    Filco's Ninja has the same layout as a standard US keyboard, but instead of having legends on the top of the keys it has legends on the front of the keys. This Keyboard combines the high quality typing feel of Cherry MX switches, steel mounted in a rock solid body with full N-key Rollover function, all put together in a very slick package. N-Key Rollover allows multiple simultaneous key presses to be recognized by your computer. A big help for the superfast typist or serious gamer.

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    Kathryn Guerrero
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "Developers tend to be quicker at pretty much everything when it comes down to computers, so the Filco FKBN104M/EFB2 is perfect for developers. It features an N-key rollover that allows multiple simultaneous key presses."
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    #6Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

    Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

    Work longer and more comfortably with this keyboard, mouse, and number pad designed with advanced ergonomics and 4-way scroll wheel for navigating up, down, left and right, Wireless type: 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency.


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    #7Leopold FC660C Keyboard

    Leopold FC660C Keyboard

    The Leopold "Mini" 66-key electrostatic capacitive keyboard is a vintage-looking mechanical keyboard with highly sensitive keys. It is compatible with Windows and Mac thanks to the USB cable. 


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    Jacob Coleman
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "The Leopold "Mini" 66-key electrostatic capacitive keyboard is a vintage-looking mechanical keyboard with highly sensitive keys. It is compatible with Windows and Mac thanks to the USB cable. "
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    #8WASD Code-104

    WASD Code-104

    WASD Code-104 is a mechanical keyboard with white LED backlighting and features Cherry MX brown mechanical switches. It has 7 levels of adjustable brightness. Its NKRO/6KRO technology lets you press number of keys simultaneously.


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    Roy Warren
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "There is nothing better then a mechanical keyboard and the LED backlighting is another great feature. Being a engineer myself, i can contest that having the mechanical keyboard is a great option and easy to use. This is a great option. "


Best What are the best keyboards for developers
1WASD CODE 12187Electronics 15 Paid
2Realforce SE18T0Electronics 11 Paid
3Das Keyboard 4 ProfessionalElectronics 11 Paid
4Logitech K120Electronics 9 Paid
5Filco FKBN104M/EFB2Electronics 6 Paid
6Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic KeyboardElectronics 6 Paid
7Leopold FC660C KeyboardElectronics 4 Paid
8WASD Code-104 Electronics 1 Paid

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