MSI's GK71 with Sonic Blues is a high quality keyboard that is a perfect match for both gaming and office work - so long as your co-workers don't mind the louder sound of the Sonic Blue switches.
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Keychron's Q3 provides superb build quality and silence while typing. I would highly recommend it, especially to those looking to try their first fully custom mechanical keyboard
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At CES 2023, I stopped by MSI's booth and talked to their representative Cliff Y. He showed me a variety of exciting new products coming soon. Of particular interest to me is their upcoming MEG 342C OLED Ultrawide monitor and their upcoming GK71 Sonic Blues keyboard. I tested the monitor briefly at their CES exhibit, and it might just be one of the best monitors I've ever seen. They also showed off a variety of unique products - an EV charger, disinfecting robot, upcoming PCI-e 5 SSDs, and more!
These are the quietest keyboards that I have personally tested, and that alone makes them great for office use - these models are also very comfortable to type on, even for long periods of time - unlike other mechanical keyboards which can give you finger strain if you mash your fingertips for too long. The build quality is phenomenal and extremely sturdy, like that of a steel baseball bat.
I genuinely enjoyed testing MSI's GK50 Elite. I'm giving this keyboard our Gold Award because I can't mash my fingertips on it, I can type fairly fast on it, and it's lower height means a wrist rest isn't a necessity. Combine all of the above with it's budget price tag of $69.99, and the GK50 Elite provides a value that's hard to beat.
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