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For only $10 more you can't go wrong.
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cool beans ... and i assume that the filco doesn't come with extra keycaps to color-code your wasd or anything yea?
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^ Nope, those are extras.
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ooo yea i saw those around actually...

so what would be the differences that I would see between the Ducky's/Steelseries compared to a Filco? I know everyone says the Filco build quality is better, but in what way? Would I notice it from just plain old use?
Edited by stinky - 7/20/11 at 8:33pm
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I use the Filco M2 Ninja. This thing is awesome! What Ping?

MX browns are the switches I chose. I also added the little pads under the keys for less noise.
Edited by Eric Barney - 7/20/11 at 8:38pm
    
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OK! Here is the final decision! This is mainly for FPS and RTS game-play!

I am going with the Filco Majestouch, but...

MX-Blue or MX-Brown or MX-Black?
post #27 of 57
Maybe a Deck Legend? If you can get them over there in China.

I am more of a Cherry Black kind of person, but it's all personal preference. I do know that they use Blue's on the Razer Black Widow and it feels horrible.
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ooo yea i saw those around actually...

so what would be the differences that I would see between the Ducky's/Steelseries compared to a Filco? I know everyone says the Filco build quality is better, but in what way? Would I notice it from just plain old use?
There's no decernable difference and DK9008 boards come with more features.

The ducky "issues" that people describer were on a limited number of PBT keycaps with some rather quick dulling of the lettering and the DK1087 originally had an issue where the casing cracked.
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post #29 of 57
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I don't know, to me the Deck Legend looks kind of retarded tbh... I like the more traditional looking designs you know... Like the filco majestouch seems to fit that order... However, what seems to be most common among RTS and FPS gamers these days when it comes to MX Blue/Black/Brown?
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I don't know, to me the Deck Legend looks kind of retarded tbh... I like the more traditional looking designs you know... Like the filco majestouch seems to fit that order... However, what seems to be most common among RTS and FPS gamers these days when it comes to MX Blue/Black/Brown?
MX-Brown is probably the most common switch.

All of them work though; it's all a matter of preference really.

Blues, some consider harder to use, because you can't "ride the actuation point" which essentially is a way for you to keep the switch depressed around 2mm down so you can press it in rapid succession for double clicking.

With blues, that's not possible as you need to let the switch raise up most of the way so it can reset to be used agian.
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