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Recommendations for a solid wireless mechanical keyboar?

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I'm guessing I know the answer to this but are there any solid wireless mechanical keyboards. Using it for straight FPS, don't need a num pad, macros, or backlit keys.

I travel a lot and recently bought a Gaems Vanguard personal gaming case for my Xbox. I'd love to get rid of as many cables as possible so was hoping to convert over to a quality combination of wireless mouse/keyboard (still looking for both).

Thanks.
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There really aren't many wireless mechanical keyboards, they don't utilise NKR as you require a PS2 port to achieve this, i believe.
There is this one which you could look into.

Oh, and this one.
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There really aren't many wireless mechanical keyboards, they don't utilise NKR as you require a PS2 port to achieve this, i believe.
There is this one which you could look into.
Oh, and this one.

Thanks, that's what I figured. I think I'm leaning back towards a wired option since the selection/pricing/quality is better. Appreciate the reply though.
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As Davayy said, KBTalking Pro is one of the choices.

KBTalking Pro is a high quality mechanical keyboard made by Zippy with some crazy attention to details - the way you switch between bluetooth devices, Windows/OSX/iOS/Android modes that you may find useful, the ability to connect wired, allegedly durable coatings on keycaps with special font, R5 height function row, LED being disabled in wireless mode to save battery life, low latency with the right bluetooth adapter (Broadcom chipset bluetooth 3.0+ recommended) with alleged 6KRO (haven't tested), nice PCB for those who dissemble their devices, some creative (some say useless) functions that can be accessed through key combinations. The most important of all is that, like Filco, the build quality of this keyboard simply oozes quality and class biggrin.gif

I have fiddled one at my local vendor, that's why I know thumb.gif I don't own one myself though because I don't have desk space for a full-size keyboard redface.gif
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