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that right,I'm sure there are Topre keypads, too bad they cost as much as a full sized regular mechanical.thanks zgjULx
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Just an update here....

I sent my Rosewill keyboard back around a month ago now. It was received on 2/28/14 and I was told I would be receiving newegg credit instead of a replacement in a few days. Several emails later and an unanswered BBB complaint I still don't have a keyboard or any store credit. Has anyone had issues with newegg like this? mad.gif

Wishing I would have just repaired the keyboard myself. I have the tools and skills necessary, but was looking for an excuse to get a new keyboard.
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WD 640GB & Samsung F1 750Gb LG BD & HD Windows 8 Pro x64 HP w2207 
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