Nice mini kb do you like it?
Yes, very much! The build quality is amazing, it's like a black brick.
I decided to go with the red switches, because I use it for both gaming, and working, and they have a very nice feedback. They register by bottoming out of course, but also about 3mm in. With a bit of practice it's possible to type very, very quietly, and quickly at the same time.
I went with the TK instead of the PRO, because the pro is only partly illuminated, and the tk fully. Also, my old large keyboard didn't fit on my Durable desk pad next to the mouse pad, which annoyed the hell out of me, I'm pretty OCD when it comes to such things.
Last, but not least, the TK is very compact (377.5x138x33cm or 14.9x5.4x1.3in), and easily fits in my backpack, if I ever wanted to bring it somewhere. Also, it's one of the more affordable mechanical keyboards at around 80€. The combined numpad takes some getting used to, because you have to hit the numlk key A LOT. I can't imagine working in say Excel or other spread sheet programs with it. Luckily, I never have to, since my desktop work is just typing plain text, and editing in LR.
It also doesn't like to wake up fast enough which can make getting into my system BIOS problematic
That with NKRO enabled? I am under the impression activated key roll-over delays waking-up.Edited by phl0w - 5/30/13 at 5:04pm