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cmstore.eu
wasdkeyboards.com
mechanicalkeyboards.com
priceminister.com
amazon.?? (the one that ships to your country)
You didn't look very hard did you?
Thank you for the reply but I'm (almost) back to the starting point.
Amazon has either flicos or black/blue switches only.
wasd and mech .com sell both for 150+ euros, since it's 50 dollars for shipping, the same for duckies I looked for. ( I also had some problems before with shops outside europe)
I agree tho to have missed the cmstore, and the QFR red looks very tempting.
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Heard the new Quickfire TK was pretty good.
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A lot of great keyboards, I like MK-85 with Red switches
http://www.qpad.com/products/keyboards/mk-85/

but shame there is no South Slavic layout :/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyboard_layout#South_Slavic_Latin

Do anyone know any mechanical keyboard with that layout? Or is possible to make custom layout? Similar to WASD keyboards, but as I saw on their website they don't support special character as ČĆŽŠĐ
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I realize that the build quality and poor customer service I hear about, that comes with Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 sucks.
Is there anything that can come close to going toe to toe with the amount of features it provides? And is a mechanical keyboard also.
I have never had a mechanical keyboard before, so the type of mechanical switch won't contribute to a deal breaker.

What is important is having a lot of features built in. ie. media screen, macro keys, media keys, all areas backlit (preferably green but a color wheel would be better), sick wrist rest, and customizable profiles.

I currently have a Logitech G510 and love the features of it so I certainly do not want to down grade even though I will be upgrading to mechanical.

I've read some posts and reviews about how
"dome switches feel like your trying to run on a dry beach & that mechanical keys are like running on an Olympic track". (Thought this analogy up myself. Pretty good right?)
I can only imagine what a mechanical one is like with the analogies I've heard.


Any suggestions?
Has anyone heard about anything coming to the #CES2013 show?
Thanks in Advance
Edited by ACMH-K - 1/4/13 at 10:03pm
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Anyone here use MX blue for gaming? How is it going with the issue on double tapping?
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Anyone here use MX blue for gaming? How is it going with the issue on double tapping?

 

I personally can't do it. I know Crazy says it's not too much of an issue for him, but the small difference always trips me up.

 

If you're really worried about it and you have a Microcenter, Fry's, Tiger Direct, NCIX or other retail location where you can try the BlackWidow (Razer's keyboard, which has the arrow keys always available to try even while in the box) and that should tell you if it'll be an issue for you or not.

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It's not really double tapping that I have trouble with on blues, it's playing in general. In a game like "counterstrike", it's fairly common you want to peek around a corner, then go back really quickly. If I'm hitting "right" to look around the corner, I unconsciously must not lift all the way off of the "left" key. Normally that wouldn't be a problem, and may even be desirable if it really makes the key hit a little quicker (probably doesn't really make much difference lol). With MX blues though, this makes it so the "left" press never registers, and I'm left just standing there.

Also gameplay in general feels "sluggish", so I couldn't stand to use MX Blues enough to even attempt to change my habits. That being said, it seems to be fairly rare that people really end up with problems. There isn't any good studies, but tons of people bought the black widow and other mainstream gaming boards with Blues, and there have not been a large number of complaints about playing with the switches.
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It's not really double tapping that I have trouble with on blues, it's playing in general. In a game like "counterstrike", it's fairly common you want to peek around a corner, then go back really quickly. If I'm hitting "right" to look around the corner, I unconsciously must not lift all the way off of the "left" key. Normally that wouldn't be a problem, and may even be desirable if it really makes the key hit a little quicker (probably doesn't really make much difference lol). With MX blues though, this makes it so the "left" press never registers, and I'm left just standing there.

Also gameplay in general feels "sluggish", so I couldn't stand to use MX Blues enough to even attempt to change my habits. That being said, it seems to be fairly rare that people really end up with problems. There isn't any good studies, but tons of people bought the black widow and other mainstream gaming boards with Blues, and there have not been a large number of complaints about playing with the switches.

I hear you on that. When I first started gaming on my blackwidow, it was tough to get used to because apparently with rubber domes I "drag" my fingers when I'm doing that exact sort of move. I'd go to peek a corner, slide back, and keep on strafing past the corner into harm's way because I never actually let go of the key all the way. After about a week though, I had trained myself not to do it. I still prefer my browns for gaming, and think the reds would be even better if this keyboard wasn't promised to someone else, but you adapt rather easily I'd say.
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Well, I think I should ponder more about the Razer Blackwidow Tournament edition I wanna get then. Actually I really love the feedback MX blues give and I don't think I'm used to keep keys pressed on my actual rubber dome keyobard , I've never noticed to be honest, but still the double tapping kinda worry me. I can try to wait some week and see if the the "stealth edition" with MX browns get available in the store where I'm going to get it but still the box will be sealed and I won't get the chance to test the switches first hand frown.gif
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Well, I think I should ponder more about the Razer Blackwidow Tournament edition I wanna get then. Actually I really love the feedback MX blues give and I don't think I'm used to keep keys pressed on my actual rubber dome keyobard , I've never noticed to be honest, but still the double tapping kinda worry me. I can try to wait some week and see if the the "stealth edition" with MX browns get available in the store where I'm going to get it but still the box will be sealed and I won't get the chance to test the switches first hand frown.gif

If it's anything like the packaging of the normal BlackWidow keyboards, then the arrow keys are exposed so you can feel the switch.
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