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looking to upgrade my monitor and my keyboard. I really want to buy a 2560x1440p monitor but i dont know witch one to get. Im not looking to break my bank with it, I saw a "x-star" that logan from Tek Syndicate reviewed. It looked awesome and he liked it. And for the keyboard, I really want a wireless one but i really really want a mechanical keyboard. And i know they dont make any wireless mechanical keyboard so any suggestions guys?
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post #2 of 6

"You get the best of both worlds

Mix it all together and you know that its the best of both worlds"

 

While Limited there are options for getting wireless Mechanical Keyboards

 

http://www.amazon.com/XArmor-U9W-wireless-mechanical-keyboard/dp/B004S862FW

 

http://kbtalkingusa.com/

- Good Read on Keyboard
- Maybe a bluetooth dongle would work with this Keyboard?
 
 
-No ten key
 

Something Interesting to note is that the KBOne seems to be a highly regarded keyboard, something else I notice is that the RF-600 comes with AES encyption for what ever reason. Other Keyboards I didn't really look much into, but you definitely have options

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Many on this part of the forum would agree that the X-Star or QNIX are good values for 27 inch monitors, so your on the right track for that. 


Edited by Apinchof - 7/27/13 at 5:38am
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The X-Star model is the DP2710, just use the link from TekSyndicate video and buy from the eBay seller they listed...

For a mechanical keyboard, if you want the best quality in the $100 price range go with Leopold.
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post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by Remmib View Post

The X-Star model is the DP2710, just use the link from TekSyndicate video and buy from the eBay seller they listed...

For a mechanical keyboard, if you want the best quality in the $100 price range go with Leopold.

yeah but.... im kinda scared to buy one from Korea. My friend bought one im not too sure what brand but it broke on him in 4 days....
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post #5 of 6
Monoprice also sells monitors 27inch at 2560x1440 for a reasonable price
Edited by Apinchof - 7/28/13 at 3:25pm
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yeah but.... im kinda scared to buy one from Korea. My friend bought one im not too sure what brand but it broke on him in 4 days....

Order from IPSLedMonitors.com then.

They have a 30 day return policy.
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