He owns half a dozen different boards, several of which he built to meet his exacting (and some might say unreasonable) standards.
He owns several custom keysets and artisan keycaps that are worth more than the keyboards they are installed on.
Our panel liked it best of the sub-$100 keyboards we tested, because it comes in a variety of switches and doesn’t look, sound, or feel cheap.
The Quick Fire can’t match the Code’s outstanding build quality or subtle design, and its backlighting is uneven, but it was the best-looking of the budget options and is an excellent value.
It has customizable RGB LEDs, allows macro recording for nearly every key, and has a gaming mode to disable keys and key combinations that can knock you out of a game.