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Do you have any proof of bad quality? I am asking because a change of manufacturers doesn't automatically mean bad quality. Also I was planing on buying one so I would like to know...

Did you read that thread? The answers to your questions should be in there...
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Oh god. Geekhackers.

Have you forgotten that you too used to be a Geekhacker? How could you just forget about those 57,000 posts?

Back in the day we had a FCC Wiki on how to find the OEM.

Back in the day we knew how to open up a keyboard.

Back in the day we could read ICs and PCBs to determine the OEM.

Now Geekhack is bunch of Key Collecting Morons.
Edited by ripster - 10/31/12 at 2:03pm
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post #12 of 13
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I did read the thread and there was no evidence that the new das boards are bad. Juts that they are probably (but not confirmed) made by iOne which had problems in the past. But anyway I recommended (and am planing on buying) the ultimate version which is still made in Taiwan and therefore (still) good quality.

I should have better phrased my recommendation. Avoid iOne boards, Costar boards are generally better build quality. If you're going with the Ultimate (which I believe is still made by Costar) then you should have no issues with it.
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Are you guys gonna now dig up the OEM that built your mice?

You NEVER hear mice experts blab on about that like Geekhackers do.

Have them open up the keyboard and take pics.
Edited by ripster - 10/31/12 at 2:12pm
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