Ohh, thanks so now I guess everything is clear, I dont think I will care about such a small aspects because im swapping from Genesis RX75 so it will feel like im in heaven anyways. I think I saw that theres an option to buy Varmilo with Gaterons, do you maybe know how they work? I heard that Kailh and Gaterons are smoother than Cherry but my Kailh Blacks are double tapping after 1,5 year of use and only 50 hours of osu so survivability of them is horrible. Im thinking between choosing Browns ,Reds and Silvers so rest of switches dont really matter for me.
AsunaChanWaifu wrote:Well I can finally respond you and I have a question, every Varmilo VA87M have such an issue with keypressed or it was only a problem with your certain model?I don't know, it could just be my board. (The Miya is a VA68M.)
AsunaChanWaifu wrote:And thats first time I hear that Ducky have better build quality, you talk only about case or everything?Just the case and the firmware.
I think Ducky's firmware is better and the case of the old Ducky One is higher quality than the Miya. (I don't know how the current Ducky One 2 compares.) The Miya's USB connector sticks out from the back of the case, where on the Ducky One the USB connector is recessed so only the cord sticks out. The Miya's case bevel is lightly rounded, but the Ducky's case edges are chamfered the whole way around. The Miya's feet are little rubberized strips, where the Ducky's feet are this neat dual-height design where you can flip out one or the other depending how much of an angle you want the board to have. The Miya has a tendency to slip around my desk, where the Ducky didn't (part of this could be the size difference of VA68M to full-size, though). Ducky case design just has more thought put into it, all around.
But. Varmilo's keycaps are much higher quality. The keycaps on the Varmilo are beautiful, textured, and although I've been using them heavily, they might as well be brand new. Ducky's keycaps don't have the same texture (they're much smoother), and my stock Ducky One caps eventually developed cracked stems (I had to replace them).
Despite everything I wrote above about the Ducky One, I prefer using the Miya Sakura -- I really like this keyboard.