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Hey guys, this is my first post on the forum! smile.gif
Anyway, I just recently finished building my new computer and setting up my desktop and figured it would be nice to get a new keyboard.
I looked through countless amounts of keyboards but this one caught my eye, very good price and nice build style and quality.

300

What are your thoughts on it and does any one here have one?
P.S Any possible way off swapping those ugly grey keys for normal black ones? Should I try email Logitech?

Thanks guys! biggrin.gif
post #2 of 7
could have sworn this was EOL (maybe im thinking of another Logitech G series keyboard) but honestly peripherals are all personal opinion. if i had the choice i would get a mechanical keyboard. they start at the $70 range and you can find a CM Storm Quickfire Rapid for just a little less than that on amazon. Honestly if you like this keyboard than hell get it.
    
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From what I know this is quite new and a lot of Logitech keyboards to look familiar so you could be thinking of another one. :-)

What is the difference between mechanical though?
post #4 of 7
they keys you press. the keys you have now on most keyboards out there are rubber dome. what youre typing on right now is probably rubber dome. Mechanical keyboards have a better feedback and make you more productive when typing and etc. and they just feel nicer than rubber domes.

http://www.overclock.net/t/491752/mechanical-keyboard-guide/0_100

here is a better explanation of what they are and how they work and all of that smile.gif
    
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Originally Posted by ipixel View Post

Hey guys, this is my first post on the forum! smile.gif
Anyway, I just recently finished building my new computer and setting up my desktop and figured it would be nice to get a new keyboard.
I looked through countless amounts of keyboards but this one caught my eye, very good price and nice build style and quality.
300
What are your thoughts on it and does any one here have one?
P.S Any possible way off swapping those ugly grey keys for normal black ones? Should I try email Logitech?
Thanks guys! biggrin.gif

I can't seem to find that one anywhere online other than the MW3 branded one... Where did you find it?
post #6 of 7
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Logitech's official website. I found one at my local shop, if your in Australia you should have heard of office works. :-)
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Ahhh - that's why. It's not on the US website. rolleyes.gif
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