Since I don't game, I have never even understood the desire for backlighting, and am even annoyed that my Leopold has 3 such bright indicator LEDs.
This certainly proves "different strokes for different folks" since there is also a large market for totally blank unmarked keys.
I would be interested to know how many "keyboard enthusiasts" in this forum (have ever) own(ed) these behemoths.
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