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go to tigerimports they have DKL editions now for 135$ just 13$ less from full keyboard lol
i was thinking about checking em out but i just love my das so much but the LED backlit...gets to me -,-
i was thinking about getting green LED tho~ with brown

If you're talking about the tenkeyless, I can't do that. Since I game left handed, I need the arrow keys and the keypad to the right of it to play pretty much everything on the PC. Why is it so damn hard to get Ducky Shine 2's right now?
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My idea for a new mechanical keyboard is online: http://www.quirky.com/ideations/339699

In short: It combines the modifiability/changeability of touchscreen keyboards with good user experience of physical keyboards.

You can vote it if you like it...
Edited by Henri Heinonen - 11/19/12 at 2:44pm
post #13683 of 14551
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Originally Posted by SolidSnakeUS View Post

If you're talking about the tenkeyless, I can't do that. Since I game left handed, I need the arrow keys and the keypad to the right of it to play pretty much everything on the PC. Why is it so damn hard to get Ducky Shine 2's right now?

=.= check tigerimports they have the full keyboard stock too dude
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I ended up going with the Cooler Master Storm Quickfire TK (Blue Switch), it was really hard to find a vender, but I did find a new one on ebay for 100$ (Normal Price if I recall correctly).

So I got my keyboard a couple of days ago, and I absolutely love it. While I'm still getting used to how light they keys are to press compared to my old rubber dome keyboard. This is pretty much what i wanted and I'm having no problems doing what i regularly did with my old keyboard! Great purchase, highly recommended!
post #13685 of 14551
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=.= check tigerimports they have the full keyboard stock too dude

The only Shine II with MX Browns is a red LED one, and I'm kind of meh... I know I was considering the Trigger, but still.
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There are 4 boards at my local store. All with red LED frown.gif 3 browns and a blue switch. Perhaps a red too, though that may have been the Pro. I will keep eyes out for Blue LED.
 
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Is there really no quiet mechanical keyboards?

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Is there really no quiet mechanical keyboards?
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If you want a solution to possibly help with noise, maybe get some o-rings for the keys. Outside of that, it will always make noise by at least bottoming out. Blues and Greens make noises without bottoming out with a click. Other than those, it's either tactile (feel) or linear (no feedback).

I hope I actually answered this correctly LOL.
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If you want a solution to possibly help with noise, maybe get some o-rings for the keys. Outside of that, it will always make noise by at least bottoming out. Blues and Greens make noises without bottoming out with a click. Other than those, it's either tactile (feel) or linear (no feedback).
I hope I actually answered this correctly LOL.

Yeah that's about it. Most of the noise is from the bottom of the key whacking against the baseplate/plastic bottom. EK makes landing pads, or some people put on dental O-rings (the little ones for braces) to prevent the key from bottoming out.

http://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=access,slpads

On the extreme side you could also get a type S HHKB . http://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=pfu_keyboards,hhkbpro2&pid=pdkb400ws
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To go along with those, WASD Keyboards sells O-ring sets.

http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/index.php/cherry-mx-rubber-switch-dampeners.html

Funny, I said all this and I still don't own one lol.
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