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Still have no clue why they purchased raptor gaming.
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I would rather get the K95 than this.
The K95 is the exact same keyboard but with mechanical keys and without the custom color backlight and it's 150$.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HVCPt-CGYI

Not sure what makes that keyboard worth $150 though unless it has a bunch of different programmable function layers that you can change with dip switches or a warranty that covers some modding (like Deck has).
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Still have no clue why they purchased raptor gaming.

I believe they bought them for their mice and the brand name. They may have bought them to get more keyboard and mice people on board, but who knows. Still haven't really seen anything come from that purchase aside from rebrands.
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I'm off to buy two, one for each hand because definitely worth it at that price.
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Not sure what makes that keyboard worth $150 though unless it has a bunch of different programmable function layers that you can change with dip switches or a warranty that covers some modding (like Deck has).
I believe they bought them for their mice and the brand name. They may have bought them to get more keyboard and mice people on board, but who knows. Still haven't really seen anything come from that purchase aside from rebrands.

Raptor used ODM designs. Literally no assets or true brand recognition, at least on a world scale.

They're actually re-using A4tech molds with the M30 mouse they just launched.
Edited by Skylit - 6/4/13 at 1:05pm
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Raptor used ODM designs. Literally no assets or true brand recognition.

Horrible purchase.

They have some brand recognition in Europe. Still no clue why they bought them tough.
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post #17 of 45
All of their new stuff

Most interesting imo are:

K70


Tenkeyless K65 (I have literally been waiting for a tenkeyless version of these)
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They need to start making things more "Affordables"
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They need to start making things more "Affordables"

"Affordable" usually means lesser quality. No thank you, I'll pony up the extra cash for well built products and leave the cheap stuff to the lower end company's.
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Would have bought it if it had mechanical keys.
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