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Anybody know of a mechanical keyboard, that doesn't have the number keys on the right side, USB mini powered, chinese developed and mechanical? I can't find it, it was around $90! Feel like I'm going insane.
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Originally Posted by SmartedPAnda View Post

Anybody know of a mechanical keyboard, that doesn't have the number keys on the right side, USB mini powered, chinese developed and mechanical? I can't find it, it was around $90! Feel like I'm going insane.

USB mini powered? what's that?
The keyboards without the numpad cluster are called Tenkeyless and exist in many shapes and forms from a lot of different manufacturers. My personal favs are Filco's Noppoo mini's and CMStorm quickfires. The filco is more expensive, but the two others are around $90 or less.
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Chinese? That could be Filco, CM Storm, iOne, iRocks or Ducky. They all have a 10 key less model I think.
The Quick Fire uses a detachable mini0USB cord. But so do some others'

Any other hints?
 
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I found it! KBC Poker, took me forever because I realized it's not sold in the U.S. officially. It was late and I was a midnight realization.
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The prices are usually $99-110+shipping for pokers. This case is something that I think is very much worth the money for a poker though. Out of the box the poker feels not so hefty, similar to a cherry keyboard.
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I'm curious why the Max Keyboards aren't listed on here? I ran across them a few days ago and they look to be a decent board. Curious if anyone has used them and if they can make a comparison with any other boards? (Filco if possible) I was originally looking for a backlit board with media keys a year or so ago when I got my first mechanical board, but ended up going with a Filco Ninja Majestouch(MX Brown's) after hearing great things and have been very happy with it. I'm considering purchasing a Max Durandal G1NL for my main rig and moving the Filco down to another computer, assuming I prefer typing with the Max, that is.
 
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Killer deal on Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard RK-9000 with Cherry MX Switch

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Just got one.
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I'm curious why the Max Keyboards aren't listed on here? I ran across them a few days ago and they look to be a decent board. Curious if anyone has used them and if they can make a comparison with any other boards? (Filco if possible) I was originally looking for a backlit board with media keys a year or so ago when I got my first mechanical board, but ended up going with a Filco Ninja Majestouch(MX Brown's) after hearing great things and have been very happy with it. I'm considering purchasing a Max Durandal G1NL for my main rig and moving the Filco down to another computer, assuming I prefer typing with the Max, that is.


Nobody edits this anymore is why.

Try PMing Reaper, he's a OCN peripherals editor.

Two of them, I'm talking about this one:

http://www.overclock.net/u/100601/reaper
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I'm planning to buy a CoolerMaster Storm Trigger Cherry Red soon and it ticks all the boxes of requirements i need for a mech keyboard but i'm worried about one thing.

The rubber layer around the keyboard is apparently nice to feel but easy to wear. I'm wondering how long this rubber layer will last before it fades away.
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