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Originally Posted by Jixr View Post

if you could, i recomend a Cooler Master Quick Fire Raid in mx browns. ( runs about $70 US ) or for a full size with the number pad, the Quickfire XT ( both are not backlit though )

Pretty much the go-to keyboard for bang for the buck, and a great starter keyboard.

Note KRO = Key roll over, and basically all mechanical keyboards have N key roll over, which as you described at the end, will allow you to push as many keys as you want at one time.
So you won't have any problems with a keyboard with N-key roll over.
That seems like a nice keyboard. It's about €60,- in my country. I was kind of hoping for less.
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Originally Posted by Paradigm84 View Post

I'd consider the Ducky Zero Shine.
Is that a new one? as it says "to be expected" on the website i check.
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn View Post

PS/2 allows N-key by default, while USB needs to emulate it or be specially designed. For example, one keyboard may appear as three devices. USB can be plugged in at any time while PS/2 needs to be there at boot. If it disconnects, you need to reboot. It's annoying. I'm using USB for convenience at this point since both of mine are 6-key rollover (at least I think) and I've had issues with PS/2 when exiting sleep mode.

Never knew this at all. I guess USB is the way to go for me smile.gif

However, Would there be any keyboard for less then €60,- that suits me?
Keep in mind, i come from a €10,- logitech standard thingy. If the keyboard has backlight, is silent and has KRO for about 4-5 keys, i'm golden smile.gif
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post #772 of 2339
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Originally Posted by unseen0 View Post

Is that a new one? as it says "to be expected" on the website i check.

Not particularly new, no, it just takes a little longer for a company like Ducky to distribute their stuff compared to some of the bigger name companies like Cooler Master or Razer.
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Not particularly new, no, it just takes a little longer for a company like Ducky to distribute their stuff compared to some of the bigger name companies like Cooler Master or Razer.

Any idea on it's price tag?
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Any idea on it's price tag?

It's around 100GBP here, so maybe 120 euros there or slightly less.
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn View Post

PS/2 allows N-key by default, while USB needs to emulate it or be specially designed. For example, one keyboard may appear as three devices. USB can be plugged in at any time while PS/2 needs to be there at boot. If it disconnects, you need to reboot. It's annoying. I'm using USB for convenience at this point since both of mine are 6-key rollover (at least I think) and I've had issues with PS/2 when exiting sleep mode.


False.

I mean, you might have had issues with hit, but I have my Filco plugged in via PS/2, and the connection is pretty loose--it's become disconnected multiple times, and I've only had to plug it back in. I've never had to re-boot to get it to work, nor have I had issues coming out of sleep.

That isn't to say some people haven't had this issues as the horsie obviously has, but it's not like that is standard behaviour for PS/2 connections.
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Could i get another yet simple suggestion?

I own this keyboard and love it http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/271364/logitech-k120-(internationaal).html
I want one that is like that, but with backlight and one that allows me to press W, S, Shift and Capslock at the same time. and i prefer quiet.
As cheap as can be.
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If you don't mind non-mechanical, a Logitech G105?
post #778 of 2339
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If you don't mind non-mechanical, a Logitech G105?

The CM Storm QuickFire XT is 4 euro's more smile.gif

Anything cheaper out there? or am i really gonna have to spend 55+ ?
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yeah, i don't know of any cheaper mechs that are worth recomending. there are some ones you can get from chinese sites, but you may have to deal with custom fee's, importation taxes, and etc depending on your country.
post #780 of 2339
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Originally Posted by Jixr View Post

yeah, i don't know of any cheaper mechs that are worth recomending. there are some ones you can get from chinese sites, but you may have to deal with custom fee's, importation taxes, and etc depending on your country.

I've just checked my keyboards, and both of the ones i own are Non-mechanical ones.
The non mechanical ones seem to be more silent am i right?
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