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Filco Majestouch "Ninja" Tenkeyless

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Well, might as well post it here for members that don't go to GH. lol And btw, Diatec's official site has it listed as "Majestouch Black" with no mention of the word Ninja anywhere. That's a better name if you ask me.

Edit: They are now available on [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Majestouch-2-Tenkeyless-Linear-Keyboard-FKBN87ML/dp/B0050ODQEI/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1307142068&sr=8-5"]Amazon.com[/ame].

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And here's the English version:

Majestouch NINJA Tenkeyless


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Interesting concept and like someone else said over there, they're either running out of names or creativity to come up with better names over at Diatec. tongue.gif
Edited by reaper~ - 6/3/11 at 4:02pm
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post #2 of 65
i really like this but i wish there was the full sized keyboard!
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Wow, those are sick!

If only these weren't $180 though...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hyujmn;13292931 
Wow, those are sick!

If only these weren't $180 though...

yeah i found the full sized shortly after lol

and yeah if only they werent $180. a bit much for a keyboard.

BUT i'm thinking ANY majestouch by filco w/ browns will work and then just recap them yourself lol..
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Question,

why do people prefer tenkeyless over full sized? money? or just the fact that most games dont use the number pad?

thinking about it now i dont think i use the number pad while i play sc2.
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If only they were a bit cheaper!

I don't use the numpad in any games, but I use it too much for number entry otherwise to go without it =/
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Originally Posted by GosuBuckets;13293313 
Question,

why do people prefer tenkeyless over full sized? money? or just the fact that most games dont use the number pad?

thinking about it now i dont think i use the number pad while i play sc2.

saves desk space and is more ergonomic.

Most people use a mouse with their right hand. Add in a mouse pad and the fact that the arrow keys and numpad are to the right of home-row on the keyboard and suddenly most setups are forcing a keyboard too far to the left of the monitor exacerbating goofy hand/arm typing positions.

getting rid of the otherwise largely redundant numpad helps alleviate that problem
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bojinglebells;13293764 
saves desk space and is more ergonomic.

Most people use a mouse with their right hand. Add in a mouse pad and the fact that the arrow keys and numpad are to the right of home-row on the keyboard and suddenly most setups are forcing a keyboard too far to the left of the monitor exacerbating goofy hand/arm typing positions.

getting rid of the otherwise largely redundant numpad helps alleviate that problem

good answer!

wonder how much these ninja tenkeyless are (140?) and when they'll be out!
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