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the only thing that's stopping me from getting a DAS right this moment is its lack of media keys. :|

question, there is probably a software out there that allow u to set macro keys on a normal keyboard right? Like a software that u can map ctrl+? to do something. If such thing exists, I can just map some keys to control volume and other things such as opening a program.
edit: found this
http://www.autohotkey.com/

edit: do u guys prefer the silent versions or not? if sound doesnt matter.
Preferences in the mechanical keyboard world can vary greatly from one person to another. Some people have a very strong preference for clicky and tactile mechanical keyboards while others prefer linear (non-clicky and non-tactile). So it's actually a question only you can answer; trust your heart.

As for software, I recommend two:
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Preferences in the mechanical keyboard world can vary greatly from one person to another. Some people have a very strong preference for clicky and tactile mechanical keyboards while others prefer linear (non-clicky and non-tactile). So it's actually a question only you can answer; trust your heart.

As for software, I recommend two:
yeah that's true I guess. I'll probably end up getting the professional silent. There isnt much difference is there? They both have that little halfway resistance but one of them makes a noise and the other doesnt.
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yeah that's true I guess. I'll probably end up getting the professional silent. There isnt much difference is there? They both have that little halfway resistance but one of them makes a noise and the other doesnt.
browns are lighter, i find that i type in extra keys by accident
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