Select Series - Full Size Blue Switch Mechanical Keyboard
    Product # 13785
    Select Series - Full Size Blue Switch Mechanical Keyboard
    Product # 13785
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    Select Series - Full Size Blue Switch Mechanical Keyboard


    Continuing to bring value in professional grade products, Monoprice has refreshed its line of mechanical keyboards. This new series provides performance profiles for both mechanical RED and BLUE switches.

    It has full NKRO, so you will never miss a beat when ducking behind cover or providing covering fire. There is no need to break the bank to experience the pleasure of mechanical key switches; enjoy professional grade performance at half the price of other keyboards!

    Monoprice gaming keyboards are designed for competitive play, crafted with high quality components and materials, and offer the great feel and responsiveness you need when victory is essential. They deliver incredible responsiveness and precision to elevate your game to the next level.

    Our expertly designed anti-ghosting technology provides flawless control even when you're pressing multiple keys at once. Monoprice mechanical keyboards have individual switches with dedicated diodes, so every key press results in an input and is 100% ghost free without tradeoff or compromise.

    The stiff suspension chassis and the laser-etched keys are made for durability so they won't degrade over time. 

    • Professional Performance: Mechanical keys switches built to last. Red and blue switches catering to either light or heavy touch preference during use.
    • Ghost busters, never miss a key stroke! 0 Input latency and no ghosting on keystrokes.
    • Super fast typist? Large hands? No problem! You have the ability to depress up to 10 keys at once and register each keystroke.
    • Full size keyboard.
    • Premium cable breakout: Fully braided cable.

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    4.5 / 5.0
    36 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Better than das Keyboard & half the price
    I've had mine for a couple weeks and it's got a nice crisp feel (blue keys) to it. I even like the slightly odd 'Enter' key because it's perfectly placed and the extra space is much appreciated (I'm an 80 wpm typist and the larger Enter key just makes it easier to find when zipping thru text). Over-all very pleased. I ordered another and am am trying to think up reasons I may need a third.

    PROS: Good solid crisp keystroke returns, sounds and tactile just right. Seems solidly built, very pleased, especially when compared to my $120 das Keyboards (which I know has lots of fans but feels cheap and flimsy to me).

    CONS: I really don't like what I refer to as the "Klingon" font, the idiot who designed it should be sacked (but after a week I got used to it). The keyboard is physically great, but the font is the weirdest I've ever seen on a keyboard.
    January 18, 2016
    Great bargain for a mechanical switch keyboard
    I use this keyboard daily and find the build quality, responsiveness and overall experience with it very positive. The switch actuation is very good and in line for my expectation of blue switches. I use this keyboard for work and have been very pleased with it. As some reviews note the layout is a little different with an larger than normal ENTER key as well as unique character placement and fonts on the key caps but overall this is a very nice product.

    PROS: Price
    Build Quality
    Good Performance
    September 9, 2016
    Keyboard review
    This is an excellent keyboard, especially if you're a touch typist and like the tactile mechanical switch feel and sound. I find I type best on it when I go fully "touch" instead of the lazy half and half that I usually fall into.

    I'm using it on Ubuntu Linux and it was plug `n play - even the upper function keys to control speaker volume and media players work. I'm still getting used to the unusual shape of the Return key, but I think this too shall pass.

    August 27, 2016
    Mechanical keyboard
    If you have never used a high quality keyboard, which by definition has mechanical switches below the keys, then real pleasure awaits you when you make the switch. The font is generally good with a peculiar Q and J why? Key layout differs from my Hp but that is expected and takes a bit getting used to worth it. Gamers love this type of keyboard but this one lacks back lighting and fancy stuff, which is expected on theirs, so it costs a lot less. I have not seen its equal anywhere near its price point, which for me was $36 on sale. Assuming it does not malfunction, this is a real deal: do try it.

    PROS: High quality with great touch for general use at a price that makes it a best buy. I have a very nicely equipped Hp Elite minitower and this keyboard just blows their away.

    CONS: Gamers, look elsewhere and expect to spend more, sometimes lots more.
    July 23, 2016
    Great entry mechanical keyboard
    This is my first mechanical keyboard, and it feels pretty great. The only slight problem I have with this keyboard is that it's kind of loud. Not loud enough to stop me from bringing it to school, but maybe with a rubber dome keyboard.

    PROS: Feels great!
    Solid quality
    Brought it for 34 dollars, but I don't know how I would feel if it was at 49 dollars.

    CONS: Really heavy relative to other keyboards (mainly given keyboards from old desktop)
    August 16, 2016
    Ignore the price, it's just a plain good keyboard
    I have a DasKeyboard, a spring buckling IBM and a Red CMstorm cherry red gaming keyboard, but none feel anything like typing on this one. It's just a good key switches and caps combo that feels enjoyable and effortless. The Enter Key Layout is one of least desired, but that's preference, It still gets five stars considering it holds ground with some higher end keyboards. I haven't had it for very long, but I hope it lasts. I would recommend this for anyone interested in clicky keyboards to get started.

    PROS: Feels good, nice sound, decent size, excellent value. Font looks pretty cool. Comes with a keycap puller.

    CONS: Enter Key is one of those..... Ugly layouts.
    March 22, 2016
    So, I was always a big fan of the IBM model M. I had two of them that I used for years and years until they broke. Then for three long years I used wireless carbon-dot keyboards. Three long, painful, miserable, rage-inducing, drink-to-numb-the-pain, years. Until I found monoprice mechanicals.
    This is the second monoprice mechanical I have purchased. I also have last year's Cherry MX model I spilled water on it, and yet only one key broke I bought a new one anyway. These switches, if anything, may be slightly stiffer than Cherry MX however, the font used on the keys, the angle of the board, the feel of the click, it's like Model M is back and better than ever. If you miss the old days, buy this board. If your hate your keyboard, buy this board. Can't go wrong. Hate the click? A friend bought the red version and it's almost silent he says. Uses it at work where the clicking made his coworkers want to staple his hands to his desk.

    PROS: Solid switches, cool font, Could be used as a weapon due to sturdiness and weight. Straight cord vs. old annoying coiled Model M cord.

    CONS: Wasn't on market five years ago. Doesn't come in classic Model M off-white. Doesn't fry bacon. Would pay $5 more for a no-logo version.
    February 17, 2016
    Excellent entry level keyboard!
    Received this yesterday and I am actually blown away at how nice it responds/feels. Craftsmen ship looks on point, and I've had no issues with any of the keys. I would absolutely recommend this keyboard at the price being sold for. This easily beats some of the $70-90 blue switch mechanical keyboards on the market. Thanks Monoprice!

    PROS: Great Price
    Compact full size
    Keys do not stick, great tactile response
    Clack Clack Clack :)

    CONS: No real manual
    There is a gaming mode LED which is basically to deactivate the windows key during games so you don't accidentally switch out of the program. I had to ask customer support about this.
    January 7, 2016
    Great Quality, Great Price.
    It has an excellent build quality and a great beginners keyboard has some girth to it and the legs don't snap off the key switches are very nice it has great key switches.

    PROS: Great keys, Nice Grips, Textured Plastic, And Great Actuation Points.

    CONS: Nio cons
    September 10, 2016
    Great keyboard, clicks well, types well
    Does everything a keyboard requires, my first mechanical keyboard
    August 23, 2016
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