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Leopold FC200RR/AB Tenkeyless Linear Touch

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Pros: Tight, simple, well constructed board with excellent feel.

Cons: Tenkeyless, but you know that going in...

I wanted a simple tenkeyless for gaming, primarily because I am used to the WASD layout but don't like all the space in between my hands. So this keyboard puts both of my hands at the edges of my screen and feels great. The black switches aren't for typing, acceptable certainly, but very easy to mistype and double strike letters. The keys actuate very high and it makes for super fast response, perfect for twitch shooters. Worth every penny, and I can always buy a cheap number pad separate if I really want one. Definitely worth the money assuming you understand what you are using it for and what it's limitations are.
Leopold FC200RR/AB Tenkeyless Linear Touch
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USB interface with PS/2 compatibility (PS/2 must be used for full N-key Rollover, adapter included) 87 Key US ANSI Layout Cherry MX series 2.1oz actuating force keyswitch with tactile feel and silver/gold contacts; aka "Cherry Red Switches", 4.0mm travel, 50 million actuations Lasered English key legends w/white in-fill Dimensions: 362 x 140 x 33mm (14.1 x 5.4 x 1.3in) Cable Length: 1.8m (5.9 ft) Weight: 0.9kg (2lbs 1oz) 3-direction cable channels for cable management Blue in-key LEDs indicators (CapsLock & Scroll Lock) (according to elitekeyboards.com)

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