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post #11 of 81
i buy those 20 year old "clicky" keyboards from IBM... the best in the world!!!
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post #12 of 81
I bet it would break so damn fast with gameing on it.
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post #13 of 81
yea, like the WASD keys would get all scratched and gross. I wonder how often you would have to clean that thing. It does look nice though, like a black iPod
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post #14 of 81
Now if they could make a gaming pad for like ~$75 I would probably snatch one up.
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post #15 of 81
Nice with an $350 Dell or so

Man, you can get a whole very nice rig for that money (including 8800GTX)
    
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post #16 of 81
Quote:
Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
who really needs to look at the keyboard when typing?
EXACTLY!
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post #17 of 81
Wow, what a joke. Stupid russian artists. I mean, im no business major, but that kind of sales model is not likely to succede.

I bet you AMD/ATI is going to hire these jokers in about a month. Late to market by 2 years? Overhyped product that barely does what its designed to? Goofy features that are moot to the enthusiast the product is aimed at? Sign em up!
    
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post #18 of 81
I just get cheapo logitechs. They do what they're made for, and they'll need to replaced every 6 months or so anyways (coffee, bear, bread, rice, you name it... it's in there)
    
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post #19 of 81
Quote:
Originally Posted by JoBlo69 View Post
i buy those 20 year old "clicky" keyboards from IBM... the best in the world!!!
Dude I love clicky keyboards. But my Saitek Eclipse is my a fav, 30 bucks, and I can type in the dark when my roommates asleep.

But the optimus keyboard is cool, but way to expensive.
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post #20 of 81
I'm perfectly content with my el cheapo $4 keyboard I bought about 4-5 years ago. Still kicks like the day I bought it. It has been through everything - drops, spills, vomit, and much more. I'm pretty sure a keyboard that requires active cooling won't be able to handle that. Plus, I know that if it didn't make it through all that, no sweat.... I won't be heart broken to dig up some loose change to afford another $4 keyboard that I know I can pummel on.
    
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