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Originally Posted by v193r View Post
im trying to decide between the filco black nkro and the soon to be released 6Gv2.
are the filco gold-plated connectors?(i heard they are better quality)
which keyboard is shorter? the filco looks longer.
filco- 17.3 x 5.4 x 1.5in
6gv2- 9,8 x 18,9 x 1,7 in
7g- 18.9 x 9.8 in
old 6g- 445 x 185 x 30 mm / 17,5 x 7,3 x 1,2 in
?- these numbers make no sense. the 6gv2 is 9'8 width while filco is 5.4?

also is the filco tilted? im pretty sure the steelseries keyboard arent. my abs m1 is and i need a wrist rest because of it.
They're pretty similar. The differences known right now is the Filcos come with blue, black, or brown switches. The 6Gv2 comes with black ones. Also the 7G had laser etched key caps iirc, so the 6Gv2 might be the same. Personally I like the Filco's key caps, Futura ftw.

The shape of both of them are pretty much the same as an ABS M1, so you will need a palm rest for either if you do for an M1.
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Originally Posted by W4LNUT5 View Post
Did you guys see the $20 w/free-ship ABS M1 yet? It's a really good price, even if it is just an M1

http://www.overclock.net/online-deal...-hd-pro-3.html
For those interested, here's the link to the thread itself as opposed to the second page:

http://www.overclock.net/online-deal...m1-hd-pro.html

Here's the Newegg link:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16823224001

Promo Code: EMCYRZT43
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Originally Posted by bbaseballboy1234 View Post
im planning getting the filco this summer when i hit $150 in saving... but should i get this now instead and then get filco?
Unfortunately, this is totally up to you. It's just one of those things that is a rather personal decision.
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Originally Posted by ryanmh View Post
My Filco Majestouch just came in today! I love the feel of the keys and I can already notice that I can type a lot faster. I ordered the one with Cherry MX Blue switches, but for some reason I got browns.
If you ordered from Elite Keyboards, then contact them and you should be able to get this fixed right away.
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Originally Posted by v193r View Post
im trying to decide between the filco black nkro and the soon to be released 6Gv2.
are the filco gold-plated connectors?(i heard they are better quality)
The USB plug is indeed gold plated. This is more or less a gimmick though. There's some truth to gold-plated connectors being superior because gold resists corrosion and it's supposed to be a better conductor, but I honestly don't yet know how much of a difference it makes.
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Originally Posted by v193r View Post
which keyboard is shorter? the filco looks longer.
filco- 17.3 x 5.4 x 1.5in
6gv2- 9,8 x 18,9 x 1,7 in
7g- 18.9 x 9.8 in
old 6g- 445 x 185 x 30 mm / 17,5 x 7,3 x 1,2 in
?- these numbers make no sense. the 6gv2 is 9'8 width while filco is 5.4?
The 9.8" is how long it is from the edge of the wrist wrest to the top above the Function keys. The 5.4" is how long it is from the edge by the Spacebar and whatnot to the top above the Function keys.

The 17.3" and the 18.9" is the width from the left side to the right side. Of course, the 1.5" and 1.7" are the heights.
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Originally Posted by v193r View Post
also is the filco tilted? im pretty sure the steelseries keyboard arent. my abs m1 is and i need a wrist rest because of it.
The Majestouch boards do indeed have the feet that you can flip out just like on most keyboards. It's basically identical to the ABS M1.

Other than that: what do you mean by tilted? Do you mean sculpted like this? (this is the only really good side-view of a Majestouch that I can find)


Oh, and see that foot? It can be flipped up flush against the keyboard so that it's not raised up like that. Using the picture as a reference, it flips up to the right (so, it flips up towards you as you're sitting at the keyboard).

As for a wrist rest: I'll be absolutely honest with you: I don't use my wrist rest when I'm using the keyboard. But when I stop for a moment or whatever, then I will sometimes use my wrist rest - but I usually just use my lap to rest my hands since it's closer and more comfortable. This is because keeping the wrists planted while using a keyboard is very bad for the wrists, hands and fingers. It can cause fairly bad pain over the course of time.
Edited by TwoCables - 4/16/10 at 11:34pm
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I just realized why my dad has had the same keyboard for like 10 years. It's a mechanical keyboard from Compaq. The space bar is cut in half and the left "space bar" is a backspace. Now I know why the keys are all "clacky" and you can hear it typing from across the house(and this is no small house btw)

    
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Originally Posted by chatch15117 View Post
I just realized why my dad has had the same keyboard for like 10 years. It's a mechanical keyboard from Compaq. The space bar is cut in half and the left "space bar" is a backspace. Now I know why the keys are all "clacky" and you can hear it typing from across the house(and this is no small house btw)
The sound you're hearing is most likely him bottoming out the keycaps against the keyboard and not the switches. But to be sure, try this: press one of the keys down very slowly. If there's any sound while pressing the key downward, then this is the sound of the switch. Anything else is the sound of the keycaps.
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split space bar? that's awesome






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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
The Majestouch boards do indeed have the feet that you can flip out just like on most keyboards. It's basically identical to the ABS M1.

Other than that: what do you mean by tilted? Do you mean sculpted like this? (this is the only really good side-view of a Majestouch that I can find)


Oh, and see that foot? It can be flipped up flush against the keyboard so that it's not raised up like that. Using the picture as a reference, it flips up to the right (so, it flips up towards you as you're sitting at the keyboard).
I found some.
ABS M1

Filco Majestouch

Steelseries 7G

Seems like the 7G seems the most flat.

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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
The 9.8" is how long it is from the edge of the wrist wrest to the top above the Function keys. The 5.4" is how long it is from the edge by the Spacebar and whatnot to the top above the Function keys.

The 17.3" and the 18.9" is the width from the left side to the right side. Of course, the 1.5" and 1.7" are the heights.
??? idk maybe its 2 late @ night for me too understand English. so which on the least long?
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Originally Posted by clownfart View Post
They're pretty similar. The differences known right now is the Filcos come with blue, black, or brown switches. The 6Gv2 comes with black ones. Also the 7G had laser etched key caps iirc, so the 6Gv2 might be the same. Personally I like the Filco's key caps, Futura ftw.

The shape of both of them are pretty much the same as an ABS M1, so you will need a palm rest for either if you do for an M1.
futura? is that the font? are filco laser etched too?
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They look perfectly identical to me. Look closer.
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idk maybe its 2 late @ night for me too understand English. so which on the least long?
They are pretty much exactly the same when the Steelseries wrist rest is removed. Otherwise, with the wrist rest attached, the Steelseries consumes more desk space.
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futura? is that the font? are filco laser etched too?
Unfortunately, the Majestouch boards are just pad printed. But the entire keycap is coated to hide the pad printing.
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The "C" key on my keyboard already stopped clicking. Looks like it's time to get a keycap puller and some air duster.....
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The "C" key on my keyboard already stopped clicking. Looks like it's time to get a keycap puller and some air duster.....
How long have you had your Tactile Click?

Also, I asked about the possibility of dust/debris building up over time and causing the click of these switches to be reduced or even eliminated (I was worried that it might happen because I could have sworn that somebody said it happens), and Manyak said that it's not possible for this to happen. So, I think that something might be wrong with that switch. But, if cleaning it out brings it back to normal, then so be it.
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