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Leopold Tenkeyless Tactile Touch "Otaku" Keyboard

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Pros: small footprint, quality construction, detachable USB cable, cheaper than comparable keyboards

Cons: otaku keys take some time to learn

I didn't want to pay for a Filco so I went with a Leopold and have not been dissapointed. Build quality is high, usb cable is long, keys don't shine easily.

Cherry Browns are pretty good for a mix of typing/gaming... but my preference is for something stiffer, so I might try to switch to clears.

I would buy a Leopold again without thinking twice.
Leopold Tenkeyless Tactile Touch "Otaku" Keyboard
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Keyboard Features •USB interface with PS/2 compatibility (PS/2 must be used for full N-key Rollover, adapter included) •87 Key US ANSI Layout w/Non-Printed Keycaps •Cherry MX series 2.1oz actuating force keyswitch with tactile feel and silver/gold contacts; aka "Cherry Brown Switches", 4.0mm travel, 50 million actuations •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)

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