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post #1051 of 2353
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Originally Posted by Sainix View Post

^_^ well I am glad i came here before buying.

I am down to two keyboards

Ducky Shine 3: Cant seem to find where to buy one though =o

Das keyboard model S pro: http://shop.daskeyboard.com/collections/products/products/das-keyboard-professional-model-s

I recommend the Ducky. What colour backlight would you be interested in?
post #1052 of 2353
and just a note on the DAS, it has a gloss case, so something you're going to be touching all the time, its going to collect finger prints like no other.
post #1053 of 2353
For the ducky i wanted to get blue backlight

Can you turn off the repeat delay on the ducky shine 3?

Yea i think i will pass on the das then, my current keyboard is like that and it bugs me how dirty it always seems.

I live in Orange county California would i be able to go to any stores and just pick up a ducky or am i going to have to order online?
Edited by Sainix - 3/14/14 at 10:18am
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post #1054 of 2353
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Originally Posted by Sainix View Post

For the ducky i wanted to get blue backlight

Can you turn off the repeat delay on the ducky shine 3?

Yea i think i will pass on the das then, my current keyboard is like that and it bugs me how dirty it always seems.

I live in Orange county California would i be able to go to any stores and just pick up a ducky or am i going to have to order online?

Usually you need to order online. Not sure where it's in stock at the moment. Ducky is due for a product refresh soon, their Shine series were killer to find around this time last year too, if I remember correctly.
post #1055 of 2353
if you're near a microcenter, they carry duck shine zeros, they come in blue or white leds, cost under $100, and not as premium as the shine 3's ,still really good boards.
post #1056 of 2353
Any recommendations for me (in Germany)?
post #1057 of 2353
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Originally Posted by mskc33 View Post

Any recommendations for me (in Germany)?

unfortuantely i'm not too familiar with the german layout, or what keyboards have that option for that layout. It ususally doesnt take this long to have someone jump in with a suggestion.
post #1058 of 2353
I dont know what the layout is called, but that's how it looks:

http://www.klickdichschlau.at/contentfiles/edv/hardware/Tastatur_de.png
post #1059 of 2353
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Originally Posted by mskc33 View Post

  • Location: Germany
  • If not in the US or UK, links to stores in your country: Amazon.de / Alternate.de / Mindfactory.de / Hardwareschotte.de
  • Any keyboards you currently have in mind: None. I've been using the Razer Anansi and I like the layout of it.
  • Price: 100€ max
  • Backlighting (yes (colour?)/ no ): Yes. blue / green / a mix of those are preferred, but any other is fine aswell
  • Size (60%, TKL, full size etc): Full size
  • Use (games/ programming/ typing etc): Gaming, lots of programming (8 to 10 hours a day)
  • USB/ PS2: USB
  • KRO: Preferably
  • Macro keys (yes/ no): Doesn't matter
  • Media keys (yes/ no): Doesn't matter
  • Layout (US/ ANSI, etc): German
  • Switch type (if not known complete the questions below): MX Blue, I guess?
  • *Noise level (high/low): High (althought I'm concerned that it will be hearable in TS³ with the mic being 20-30cm away from the keyboard and voice activationn turned on; I dont want to use push2talk)
  • *Tactility (yes/ no): Yes
  • *Stiffness (high/ low): No idea what that means

I'd consider:

post #1060 of 2353
Thank you, Paradigm84, the one from Corsair looks nice. What about the noise though? Do you think the voice activation will be a problem when in TeamSpeak?
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