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I allready decided to take a shine 2 white/blue. My friend has a shine 1 and what i realised while trying it out is that 70% noise is generated by plastic hitting plastic. So when you put rubber o rings keyboard becomes silent and veeeery nice for typing. I allready have the money , he should order it for me this week because i don"T have paypal. So in about a month i"ll have it.

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white led ducky is ftw~
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Just one more question. I gave my friend money last week and he was just about to order my shine 2. But then this caught my eye. It costs half as much, has laser printed keycaps and cherry blue switches. It"s a ducky so it"s a tank, the only thing it doesn"t have is backlight. But it costs half as much. So except backlight is this thing really as good as a shine 2 ?

http://www.vendio.com/stores/E-sports-Gaming-equipments/item/shop-mechanical-keyboard-by-br/ducky-2018-cherry-mx-switches-/lid=33988727

EDIT: I still decided to go for a shine 2, because in a long run she will be worth it.
Edited by athlon 64 - 2/27/13 at 3:10pm
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