For the avid typists
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If you write a lot, you would have a pen that was comfortable and functional, especially for long durations of writing. If you were a mechanic, you would be expected to have a tool kit consisting of tools that could perform well even though being used daily, usually in non-ideal situations.
What if you're a programmer or a gamer? Or you spend too much time on emails, or writing your next novel? You would get the CODE Keyboard.
The result of a collaboration between Jeff "Coding Horrors" Atwood and Weyman Kwong of WASD Keyboards, CODE Keyboard is a simple, clean and beautiful mechanical keyboard
The love the avid typists have for the CODE Keyboard is not un-founded.
We're excited to bring this deal to the Grouphunt community, especially the Tech and Gaming communities. Working together with WASD Keyboards, this is the deal we've managed to put together for you guys
Share this deal with all your friends who are programmers and gamers to unlock the higher tier discounts!
You'll love the satisfying click of the Cherry MX Blue mechanical keyswitches. These switches are very balanced for typing or gaming excellence. They combine medium actuation force with a satisfying tactile-click activation on every keystroke. These renowned switches deliver a superior typing experience over cheap rubber dome keyboards.
Ultra-rare Cherry MX Clear mechanical keyswitches are the heart of the CODE keyboard. These switches are unique in the Cherry line because they combine solid actuation force with quiet, non-click activation, and a nice tactile bump on every keystroke. These hard to find switches deliver a superior typing experience over cheap rubber dome keyboards – without deafening your neighbors in the process.
The wildly popular Cherry MX Brown mechanical keyswitches are now offered for the CODE keyboard. These switches are very balanced for typing or gaming excellence. They combine medium actuation force with quiet, non-click activation, and a nice tactile bump on every keystroke. These renowned switches deliver a superior typing experience over cheap rubber dome keyboards – without deafening your neighbors in the process.
Nothing says "mechanical" more than a satisfying click with each keystroke. The Cherry MX Green mechanical switches provide just that with solid actuation force similar to that of the revered buckling spring switch of IBM Model M keyboards. Sound dampening O-rings were added to remove the "clack" sound made when a key is bottomed out. The result is a crisp, clean sounding click without the extraneous noise.
Rather than a weird custom cable, or even worse, a permanently attached cable, the CODE keyboard uses a detachable standard Micro USB cable that allows you to detach the keyboard without unplugging it from your computer. You can plug your keyboard in wherever a standard Micro USB cable is available.
The 5-way cable routing channels under the keyboard let you decide where you want to route the cable for a seamless look. We’ve even rounded the corners to keep your cable kink-free – and a cable strap is included to tidy up any extra.
What`s the point of this buy when the same keyboard is available (https://www.amazon.com/104-Key-Illuminated-Mechanical-Keyboard-Backlighting/dp/B00LV5P2N8) for $155 USD, or $210 SGD with free shipping? Am I missing something?
Hey Seth! Thanks for the heads up - it's people like you that make the community work! To be frank, we weren't aware that Amazon offered this product with free shipping, and were basing it off on the rates provided to us directly from WASD / CODE Keyboards. I'll reach out to them and check if they are able to revise their offer for us. Thanks again!
Hey Irwin! Unfortunately WASD hasn't gotten back to us regarding the issue. They were at first surprised to learn that Amazon offered free shipping to Singapore, and we suspect they might not be able to match it on their end since if they sell it they will have to pay for the shipping, whereas Amazon bears the collective shipping fee for all Singapore orders. While we wish we could fulfill your orders, it looks like it might be a better bet to go direct to Amazon in this case. Hope that helps!
Hey Wang Jun Lem! We've just got in touch with them and the suppliers so you'll be happy to know that we're working out the finer mechanics of the hunt. What a great way to start the weekend, huh. Do help spread the word so we can get a better deal as a group when it launches! =D