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Let me see a picture of that Ducky with the blacks and PBT keys. I might be interested.

friend is selling them for me:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1164478/many-misc-peripherals-high-end-mice-ducky-keyboards-gamepad
I can get more detailed pics if you want, its barely used in great condition. I will also consider lowering the price a little too
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You might want to sign up for one of the switch tester sinklists running at DT or GH. MrInterface is setting up several testers as we speak, including topre, various ALPS and Cherry switches.

If you want to try full boards, I recently sold a box of 6 Boards (white alps, blue alps, KPT, Futaba, black acer, white acer) to a guy in Belgium who is on the same Quest as you...."TRY ALL ZE SWITCHES". Last I heard, he wants to get rid of them again, since none of them was the perfect switch for him. Ill be glad to get you two in touch if you're interested.
    
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I decided I'm going to get a buckling springs keyboard.

I'm going to try to find a refurbished IBM Model M or Dell Model M (Same thing basically right?) on Ebay. I'll be able to buy it by the end of May.

Are buckling springs heavier then a regular keyboard?
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I decided I'm going to get a buckling springs keyboard.
I'm going to try to find a refurbished IBM Model M or Dell Model M (Same thing basically right?) on Ebay. I'll be able to buy it by the end of May.
Are buckling springs heavier then a regular keyboard?

yes, they are heavier. but they are great. i have a brand new model m if you're looking for one. depending on where in cali you are we can meet up so u can save on shipping.
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yes, they are heavier. but they are great. i have a brand new model m if you're looking for one. depending on where in cali you are we can meet up so u can save on shipping.

I won't be able to get it soon, I live around the Central Coast area but meeting up wouldn't be an option unfortunately (hard to explain)

How much would it be for it + shipping?
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post #26 of 39
no problem, not in a rush to sell. when you're ready just let me know.

and im thinking 55-60 shipped?
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no problem, not in a rush to sell. when you're ready just let me know.
and im thinking 55-60 shipped?

That sounds fair but I won't be 100% sure I can get it until then.

Will it work on Windows 7? Besides that adapter that the other user reccomended me above said.
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post #28 of 39
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Will it work on Windows 7? Besides that adapter that the other user reccomended me above said.
I use a Model M on Windows 7 just fine on my home server. If you use the PS2 port you may have trouble if you unplug the keyboard during operation and you will have to restart the computer for it to come back on, but for PS2->USB adapter use, it will work just like a normal USB keyboard.
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I decided I'm going to get a buckling springs keyboard.
I'm going to try to find a refurbished IBM Model M or Dell Model M (Same thing basically right?) on Ebay. I'll be able to buy it by the end of May.
Are buckling springs heavier then a regular keyboard?

yes, they are heavier. but they are great. i have a brand new model m if you're looking for one. depending on where in cali you are we can meet up so u can save on shipping.

Are you serious as in new new? If so, that's a nice offer.
I picked up a nice refurb off ebay and I don't think I care about other switches anymore.
I tried out an older Das with blues and it felt dainty in comparison.
But good luck op if you get addicted and try em all.
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post #30 of 39
yeah, new new. was sealed in box when i got it. only opened it to check it out.
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