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Hmm.. It wasn't mentioned any where on PC home website or on the box but according to Ducky Channel website:

"PS/2 interface: can press all keys at once, USB interface: can press up to 6 buttons at once"

I know that website is for the normal 1087. I'm not sure if the NKRO support extend to their XM series as well.
Actually it mentioned on the box, N-key Roll Over : Conflict-Free design (PS / 2)
I just got mine delivered this morning, it took about one day.
and, Thanks for the review.

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Dang, I must've missed that. Thanks for pointing that out.
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Actually it mentioned on the box, N-key Roll Over : Conflict-Free design (PS / 2)
I just got mine delivered this morning, it took about one day.
and, Thanks for the review.
What do you think of it? I ordered sunday and got the order email. Nothing about shipping yet or anything...
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Actually it mentioned on the box, N-key Roll Over : Conflict-Free design (PS / 2)
I just got mine delivered this morning, it took about one day.
and, Thanks for the review.
Got any Nickels? I mean Taiwanese NT$? 1 NT is 3.8g.

http://www.overclock.net/keyboards/8...els-takes.html

For a linear (which is what I think this is) you stack one at a time with notepad (or some other text application up) until a character starts typing on the screen.
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^ I'll be back to test that in an hour or so... gotta go deliver Shamrock keycap to another Geekhacker. lol
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What do you think of it? I ordered sunday and got the order email. Nothing about shipping yet or anything...
Hmm.. This is my first mechanical keyboard so there's not much i can say about it, but I think it is a pretty decent keyboard for the price and the build quality is fairly good...

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Got any Nickels? I mean Taiwanese NT$? 1 NT is 3.8g.

http://www.overclock.net/keyboards/8...els-takes.html

For a linear (which is what I think this is) you stack one at a time with notepad (or some other text application up) until a character starts typing on the screen.
I don't have enough NT$1 so i combined with NT$5, NT$10, and NT$50, then I tested few times with different combination and it takes over 55g (probably 56g-58g)
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This is interesting, I haven't used a mechanical keyboard like these yet. I want to get one to try it out, a lot of people seem to like them a lot. I'd want a white one too... and a translator lol.
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Hmm.. This is my first mechanical keyboard so there's not much i can say about it, but I think it is a pretty decent keyboard for the price and the build quality is fairly good...



I don't have enough NT$1 so i combined with NT$5, NT$10, and NT$50, then I tested few times with different combination and it takes over 55g (probably 56g-58g)

Sounds about right.

This is a Vintage Complicated green ALPS (yours is a Simplified design) - 50g.

http://geekhack.org/showthread.php?2...l=1#post386350

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^ Good. I don't have to do it anymore since you already have your answer.
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So i got mine about a week ago, and i absolutely love it. It's my first mechanical, and the green alps switches feel exactly like mx cherry blues. I've been looking into some rubber o-rings though to make it a tad quieter when the key bottoms out.
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