Originally Posted by waar
I have the same problem with my happy hacking keyboard. You'd think for 300 they'd do a better job at making it not slide around.
you have to sit down and really use a board with topre switches to truly feel them out. actually, that goes for any switch. using it for 10 minutes won't be the a true impression of it. when i first got my realforce i had a huge buyer's remorse. didnt see the huge hype about it. then i made it my daily driver and got what people were talking about.
but i still like my blues over it.
the apple keyboard isnt a bad scissor switch. but yeah, totally agree.
So I've heard about the apple scissor switches. Everyone seems to like them a lot.
Man, I can see why you love mechanical keyboards so much.
When I started typing, I'll be honest, it felt meh. Then my fingers got adjusted and I can't stop typing on them, and i look forward to WORKING and typing essays just so I can use them.
Now when I go to school with their decent rubber domes (I think accutation of these are 60g, their some lenovo/ibm workstation keyboard that retails for $60), I feel appalled. I can only imagine how you must feel.
I certainly want to try more switches, I guess I might do that some day.
Biggest regret for this keyboard?
I attached the palm rest. -facepalm- It is nice and texturized, but the way to attach it was horrendous and it looks really really really ugly. I can't take it off either :[
iOne did a great job with this keyboard, excuse the overused cliche but it feels like a tank. At $94 for wireless and cherry browns, I am quite pleased (I don't game on these really, so I don't really worry about lag). They seem far more solidly built than the Sidewinder x5 it replaced. They feel even more solid than the blackwidow I tested at ces. Though that just might be my perception. i like the minimalist design, and would've preferred otaku and tenkeyless, but at under 100, I really can't complain.Edited by Spykerv - 3/25/12 at 12:20am