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What about the Focus FK-5001 or the FK-9000?

Focus 2001's are usually really cheap but they don't have all the extra keys. Instead you get a neat dust cover.
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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by magna224;14328190 
What about the Focus FK-5001 or the FK-9000?

If in good condition are very nice keyboard, nice large enter w/o the sacrifice of backspace, nice calculator function, and (usually) good complicated alps switches
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Originally Posted by mylilpony;14312826 
If you have a student ID you can get one of the DAS Keyboards for 20% off?


I got mine a few months ago and it was 24% off.
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