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Originally Posted by jfuze;14671091 
Does anyone know where I can get this Xarmor U9BL-S for a good price?

This looks perfect. No ugly logos on the board, backlit keys, brown switches, usb plugs.... its really everything I have been wanting since looking into mechanical boards.

http://www.ergogeek.com/xarmor-u9bl-s-led-backlit-mechanical-gaming-keyboard.html

Only place you're going to find it right now. They were at 1 left in stock for nearly a week but they have 2 now. So get it quick.
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post #92 of 99
So I got my used U9BL-S today. Been spending the better part of the last couple hours cleaning it. It was a little more dusty than the owner had led me to believe. >_>

Overall it's a nice keyboard. Mechanical switches aren't what I thought they would be like. I can barely even notice the tactile feedback. I feel like I have to gently push the key down while LISTENING to feel it at all. I dunno if that's a result of my old crappy dome keyboard membranes getting hard over time and me being used to pushing down harder on a key but it feels ok. I can definitely tell I am making less errors already since the keys don't stick. Some of the keys push down a little differently like the backspace key which is kind of annoying but I'm sure I'll get used to it over time.

Overall it's a solid looking keyboard. I love the finish on it. It's nearly identical to my Razer Mamba. And of course the LEDs. biggrin.gif
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post #93 of 99
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Overall it's a nice keyboard. Mechanical switches aren't what I thought they would be like. I can barely even notice the tactile feedback.

Brown switches are exactly like your description, i call them insipid.

That's why I decided to mod my keyboard to ergo clear even before buying it, btw I bought the brown version to be sure to have the latest keyboard version.
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Originally Posted by The Solutor;14678921 
Brown switches are exactly like your description, i call them insipid.

That's why I decided to mod my keyboard to ergo clear even before buying it, btw I bought the brown version to be sure to have the latest keyboard version.

Well when I first started researching switches I was under the impression that the tactile feedback was a lot more prominent and noticable but after using one I'm convinced most people just have a softer touch than I do. I might as well be typing on reds because I don't even feel the tactile feedback while typing.
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Brown switches are exactly like your description, i call them insipid.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZRP6HkrLmo&feature=related"]Insipid is as Insipid Does[/ame]
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They were at 1 left in stock for nearly a week but they have 2 now. So get it quick.

Guess somebody returned one. :/
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post #97 of 99
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Mechanical switches aren't what I thought they would be like. I can barely even notice the tactile feedback. I feel like I have to gently push the key down while LISTENING to feel it at all.

Same here. I thought there'd be more of a tactile bump. I'm looking into MX Clears as a possible alternative with more satisfying feedback.
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And of course the LEDs. biggrin.gif

Nice!
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post #98 of 99
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Originally Posted by mazessj;14695412 
Guess somebody returned one. :/

Actually I think TWO people returned theirs.
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Originally Posted by ripster;14696289 
Actually I think TWO people returned theirs.

They decided that if not pings is not a quality product. biggrin.gif
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