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I know, that's where this all started; from the visual and audio information that video provides, TwoCables and I deduced that it's the Filco Zero (simplified white Alps copies [Fukkas]), which uses the same color LEDs as the Tactile Touch.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp View Post
I know, that's where this all started; from the visual and audio information that video provides, TwoCables and I deduced that it's the Filco Zero (simplified white Alps copies [Fukkas]).
ya, same as what i was thinking too.
the keyboard sound like Alps switches.
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Lol. No wonder this thread is so long.

On most forums the Vbulletin Bots start autoshutdown sequence in 1, 2, 3......

Anyway people should use Filcos. Browns if you like the chubby guy. Maybe White Alps Simplified Type 1 (Fukkas) if you like the guy with girlyman fingers.
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Originally Posted by Kip69 View Post
All the 10key less keyboards there are nkro
If I buy 10 he will give me a small discount, not enough to bother but:
Price is $3200NT plus shipping. I will ship if I get 10 sold. PM me.

He has a mix of bigger ones, some nkey some not, some with Chinese some with out. So if you want one of them I can count it as one of the 10, he don't care. But you can't tell anyone where they came from. Price is supposed top be fixed.
All of the Tenkeyless Filco Majestouch boards have NKRO.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
FruitDealer uses a Filco with MX browns and NKRO. We've known this for a while; it caused a run on Filcos that almost depleted everyone's stock, and that's why EK is switching to Leopold.
So why not just call it a "Filco Majestouch Tactile Touch NKRO"? Or, a "Tactile Touch NKRO"?

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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp View Post
That's the issue here; how can you be sure of that? What we've seen/heard so far in the past day suggests it's a Zero.
We can't be sure. All we know now (thanks to recent posts since my last post) is that he doesn't use just one keyboard.

For example, this post shows that he's using a Tactile Touch in that video!

http://www.overclock.net/11738451-post10264.html

It's the same keyboard on the same day that the video was shot that we were looking at (the same video that was reposted most recently by fssbzz.

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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp View Post
So he's not even sticking to just using one keyboard?
Well, he's a pro (no sarcasm).

I think that it's like a professional drummer: most professional drummers have more than one snare drum. Some have hundreds of snare drums, and some just have a handful. On top of that, many professional drummers also have more than one drumset, more than one set of cymbals, etc.

Or like a professional guitarist: most professional guitarists have more than one guitar. Some even have like a full "library" of guitars.

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Originally Posted by fssbzz View Post
in GSL, the keyboard are sponsored by Skydigital/Nkeyboard.

this is qualifier match
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTj7dczJeFo
he's using filco.
im not sure what switch is that. lol it doesn't sound like brown to me.
but the blue led on the kb is brown filco.
In this video, it's a Tactile Touch (which obviously is the Majestouch board that has the Cherry MX Browns).

Here's proof: http://www.overclock.net/11738451-post10264.html

This picture was taken on the same day that this video was shot. Take notice of the removed keycap.

I agree that it sounds clicky, but after the hundreds of videos I've seen of different people typing on their mechanical keyboards, I have learned that one big variable is the microphone in the camera as well as the way the video was converted. For example: I remember one video where the guy said that he shot the video with a crappy camcorder, but yet the audio quality was enhanced due to what he did with it (he said he had to do it in order to get the best possible demonstration of the sound that his mechanical keyboards make). The end result was increased high end (treble), and he even admitted it.

I also remember seeing videos of people using boards with Cherry MX Browns that actually sounded clicky like this. In two of the videos (if I remember correctly), they were aware of it so they decided to provide proof that their mechanical keyboards did indeed have the Browns and not the Blues or some other clicky switch.
Edited by TwoCables - 12/23/10 at 2:48pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
All of the Tenkeyless Filco Majestouch boards have NKRO.


So why not just call it a "Filco Majestouch Tactile Touch NKRO"? Or, a "Tactile Touch NKRO"?


We can't be sure. All we know now (thanks to recent posts since my last post) is that he doesn't use just one keyboard.

For example, this post shows that he's using a Tactile Touch in that video!

http://www.overclock.net/11738451-post10264.html

It's the same keyboard on the same day that the video was shot that we were looking at (the same video that was reposted most recently by fssbzz.


Well, he's a pro (no sarcasm).

I think that it's like a professional drummer: most professional drummers have more than one snare drum. Some have hundreds of snare drums, and some just have a handful. On top of that, many professional drummers also have more than one drumset, more than one set of cymbals, etc.

Or like a professional guitarist: most professional guitarists have more than one guitar. Some even have like a full "library" of guitars.


In this video, it's a Tactile Touch (which obviously is the Majestouch board that has the Cherry MX Browns).

Here's proof: http://www.overclock.net/11738451-post10264.html

This picture was taken on the same day that this video was shot. Take notice of the removed keycap.

I agree that it sounds clicky, but after the hundreds of videos I've seen of different people typing on their mechanical keyboards, I have learned that one big variable is the microphone in the camera as well as the way the video was converted. For example: I remember one video where the guy said that he shot the video with a crappy camcorder, but yet the audio quality was enhanced due to what he did with it (he said he had to do it in order to get the best possible demonstration of the sound that his mechanical keyboards make). The end result was increased high end (treble), and he even admitted it.

I also remember seeing videos of people using boards with Cherry MX Browns that actually sounded clicky like this. In two of the videos (if I remember correctly), they were aware of it so they decided to provide proof that their mechanical keyboards did indeed have the Browns and not the Blues or some other clicky switch.
thats a picture of tester, not fruitdealer.
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thats a picture of tester, not fruitdealer.
Either way, isn't that his station? It sure looks like it.
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That's it, this thread has convinced me to never play Starcraft .
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Either way, isn't that his station? It sure looks like it.
no thats the GSL qualifier building, its huge and all the stations look the same. and tester uses the same mouse mousepad and then tester uses the brown filco with the key removed.
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That's it, this thread has convinced me to never play Starcraft .
your loss it's only unanimously voted best game of 2010
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your loss it's only unanimously voted best game of 2010
SC2 isn't even on a lot of top10 of 2010 lists. Don't make absurd statements like "unanimously".
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