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Yes, the Pro version is not up to the same quality standard as the other QF boards. I would avoid it if you can. Get a Rapid or the new TK. The TK is tempting me, all shiny and small.
I have though about the TK or QFR, but I want 104 keys only.
Any other advice rather than QFP? LED black-light is not necessary .
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Just went out to buy paper, the keyboard at the register was a Model M (I think) and I heard the cashier call it stupid. mad.gif
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I have though about the TK or QFR, but I want 104 keys only.
Any other advice rather than QFP? LED black-light is not necessary .

Well, there is the Rosewell. Its a nice cheep simple 104 layout. But try the TK again. It does have 10 key, jut shared with the arrows. I think it will feel more like my iRocks than a true 10key-less, like the QFR.
 
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Just went out to buy paper, the keyboard at the register was a Model M (I think) and I heard the cashier call it stupid. mad.gif
Should've been like - "Yes, that is a stupid keyboard isn't, being all sentient and that. Then suggest that you could replace it with a much nicer and newer MICROSOFT keyboard, and that you should destroy the model m for being bad."
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Originally Posted by Paradigm84 View Post

Just went out to buy paper, the keyboard at the register was a Model M (I think) and I heard the cashier call it stupid. mad.gif
Should've been like - "Yes, that is a stupid keyboard isn't, being all sentient and that. Then suggest that you could replace it with a much nicer and newer MICROSOFT keyboard, and that you should destroy the model m for being bad."

I was tempted to hit her with it but I didn't want to kill her. tongue.gif

I should go back and offer a £5 Dell keyboard as a trade.
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It was most likely a IBM ANPOS rubber dome keyboard.
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It was most likely a IBM ANPOS rubber dome keyboard.

Looked identical to a Model M and sounded mechanical though.
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Take a paper clip, yell SHOPLIFTER!, pop the key, RUN!
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Take a paper clip, yell SHOPLIFTER!, pop the key, RUN!

Alternatively just press a key and you could probably tell the difference. biggrin.gif
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While the first gaming session felt awkward, this might be attributed to switching from rubber domes to any mechanical keyboard, I still believe blues are not for everyone.
If you want to play it safe, go with browns or reds for gaming. Gives blues a try if you feel adventurous. You won't be disappointed by any of them.

Thanks, ended up going with browns. I'm sure I'll be pleased with the board.

Now if I can just find a solid mouse!
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