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Poll Results: Best quality mechanical keyboard is...

 
  • 60% (3)
    Filco
  • 40% (2)
    Other (specify)
5 Total Votes  
post #71 of 74
CM Store will have Tenkeyless Quickfire Rapid w/ black switches this week.
post #72 of 74
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Originally Posted by LuciferRising View Post

that was what I meant to say by "doesnt feel right" or "faulty switch/button"wink.gif but for that price range 6Gv2 cant be rivaled imo. thing is, if it was easy to find Filco here in my country i'd most certainly give it a try, but its impossible. and if I buy it from internet, it will cost me a fortune. thats the thing I hate about my country, its not customer-friendly or in other words, you cant find a thing here. its a miracle some local gaming gear companies sell SteelSeries stuff here, otherwise im totally f***ed up.
The switch not going fully up upon depress is a defect and is far from a doesn't feel right.. that being said Defective switches aren't any more or less common on any other brand. Buying a mech off of pchome is a no go?
Edited by Eagle1337 - 3/13/12 at 7:11pm
post #73 of 74
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Originally Posted by Eagle1337 View Post

The switch not going fully up upon depress is a defect and is far from a doesn't feel right.. that being said Defective switches aren't any more or less common on any other brand. Buying a mech off of pchome is a no go?

pchome?
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Good comparison.
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