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keys will still get shinny, just the printing wont wear as quick
You'd have to be licking your Ninja to wear out the printing on the front of the keys.

Or be a VERY bad touch typist.
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keys will still get shinny, just the printing wont wear as quick
LOL there is a keycap review from ripster with I believe acetone and scrubbing and you can see the rest of the key is lower than the plastic under the letter and the letter still looks almost perfect.
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Just got the Blackwidow Ultimate, I love it!!
My typing-speed increased by 50% and the sound is awesome!!
Also no problems with the spacebar and the alt-key.

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Das, Ducky, Deck, Filco, and some others. The Steelseries 7G is pretty good. Blues do not suck. It's all personal preference.
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