Ducky DK9087 G2 was a bit of a sleeper hit in the call for contenders thread. Ducky, much like Filco, has a bit of a reputation for making incredibly high-quality mechanical keyboards that are sturdy and long-lasting without being bricks on your desk. They’re beautifully crafted, and generally targeted towards enthusiasts, keyboard geeks, coders and developers, and writers-people who live and die by their computers.
I think the Ducky DK9087 Mechanical Keyboard which comes with the Cherry MX Blue Switch is one of the greats, available with your color choice. On the other hand, that’s one of the beautiful things about this mechanical keyboard. Not only you can customize the switches, you can customize the backlighting.
Besides, you can get all the great features of a good mechanical too: Full N-key rollover, reactive lighting to the ambient light in the room, a beautiful matte finish, and customizable backlighting profiles even on the same keyboard so you can set certain keys and areas to light up while the rest are dark, whichever you like.
What’s more, the Ducky DK9087 Mechanical Keyboard has a heavy duty case and overall durability without being a massive, hulking keyboard, and the fact that it comes with two space bars- a flashy one with the logo on it, and a flat black one if you don’t like the default. If you can find one, it’s a solid keyboard that will stand the test of time.
I had a Ducky DK9087 Mechanical Keyboard two months ago and I fell in love with it immediately. I think it’s one of the best gaming mechanical keyboard that I have ever used. And the Cherry MX Switch is considered one of the best switch types for gaming, which can give you a smooth feel because you are not going to be bottoming out the keys anyway. Therefore, you can try to have one in hand.