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So I just got this keyboard and all I can say is wow nice. I have never had a mechanical keyboard before and can already feel that this is a good investment. ONly thing I ask if where is a arm rest that I can use with this thing??


Thanks,
Edited by freitz - 9/25/12 at 3:27pm
post #2 of 5
By "arm rest" do you mean wrist/palm rest?

If so, how much do you want to spend? If price is not important, go with either a 3-Star Leather or custom wood wrist rest. I have one of the leather ones, and it's quite nice.

Naturally, gel and fake-leather wrist rests will be much cheaper, but it seems silly to me to go cheap on an object that you'll spend so much time in contact with.
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post #3 of 5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FoxWolf1 View Post

By "arm rest" do you mean wrist/palm rest?
If so, how much do you want to spend? If price is not important, go with either a 3-Star Leather or custom wood wrist rest. I have one of the leather ones, and it's quite nice.
Naturally, gel and fake-leather wrist rests will be much cheaper, but it seems silly to me to go cheap on an object that you'll spend so much time in contact with.

Money no object. Link for the wood ones didn't work
post #4 of 5
I would recommend this:

http://www.amazon.com/Filco-Leather-Wristrest-Compact-Keyboards/dp/B001EY9RJQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1348618603&sr=8-1&keywords=filco+leather+wristrest


We will be offering one to compliment the Quickfire Series soon. A series which will continue to grow wink.gif

In the right direction of course this time around....
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Originally Posted by CMCarter View Post

I would recommend this:
http://www.amazon.com/Filco-Leather-Wristrest-Compact-Keyboards/dp/B001EY9RJQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1348618603&sr=8-1&keywords=filco+leather+wristrest
We will be offering one to compliment the Quickfire Series soon. A series which will continue to grow wink.gif
In the right direction of course this time around....

I waited until you got rid of all the extra grapihcs on the quickfire rapid before buying. Def. Can feel the quality in this one over the pro and the other one.
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