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post #3121 of 14551
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Originally Posted by lmnop View Post
the Deck Legend elevates 2 inches because of the ridge on the bottom of the casing so I think it suits your needs. Deck has a better warranty, return policy, quality and the craftsmanship Americans like to brag about since Moses parted the red sea.

the extra $15 is worth it.
  • choice between native USB or PS/2
  • 100+ industrial grade LED
  • 105 thick double shot & sublimated keycaps
  • windows or mac keycap
  • skull and crossbones keycap (their version of Red Esc)

Christine
I like the blue better even though i didnt want a illuminated keyboard to begin with.
How does the 7g or 6gv2 fare up? im seriously considering them.

On opinion so far: between the filco, 7g, 6gv2
Layout and size they all tie.
But in price
filco- 134
7g- 115 (esea)
6gv2- 100
Seems like im leaning toward waiting more for the 6gv2 since i dont need the features the 7g has nor dont think the wrist rests of the 7g will work with lan.
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post #3122 of 14551
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Originally Posted by v193r View Post
I like the blue better even though i didnt want a illuminated keyboard to begin with.
How does the 7g or 6gv2 fare up? im seriously considering them.

On opinion so far: between the filco, 7g, 6gv2
Layout and size they all tie.
But in price
filco- 134
7g- 115 (esea)
6gv2- 100
Seems like im leaning toward waiting more for the 6gv2 since i dont need the features the 7g has nor dont think the wrist rests of the 7g will work with lan.
the Deck Legend 105 Frost (White LED) would be my choice, reminds me of the Logitech Illuminated but higher quality LED.





the keycaps on the steelseries 6Gv2 are pad printed. the back slash key is also at the bottom instead of underneath the backspace key.

Christine
Edited by lmnop - 4/19/10 at 1:20pm
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post #3123 of 14551
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Originally Posted by lmnop View Post
the Deck Legend 105 Frost (White LED) would be my choice, reminds me of the Logitech Illuminated but higher quality LED.

the keycaps on the steelseries 6Gv2 are pad printed. the back slash key is also at the bottom instead of underneath the backspace key.

Christine
besides the layout and printing is the 6gv2 a good choice?
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post #3124 of 14551
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Originally Posted by v193r View Post
besides the layout and printing is the 6gv2 a good choice?
it hasn't hit shelves yet so there is no way in knowing if it has any problems.

Christine
Edited by lmnop - 4/19/10 at 1:21pm
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post #3125 of 14551
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But this guy is currently living in Canada and ordered a 104-key Filco Majestouch with NKR0.
Hey, I do live in Canada, what's wrong my profile? (New York?!)

I can't seem to justify 170$. If it doesn't satisfy me,





Edit : By the way, tactile click NKRO model.
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post #3126 of 14551
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Hey, I do live in Canada, what's wrong my profile? (New York?!)

I can't seem to justify 170$. If it doesn't satisfy me,





Edit : By the way, tactile click NKRO model.
He was just stating that the reason the board cost you $170 was because of extra charges (being you're in Canada)

And I wouldn't spend 170 if it didn't satisfy me either. That being said, I did pay that much for my Deck, and I love it.
    
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post #3127 of 14551
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He was just stating that the reason the board cost you $170 was because of extra charges (being you're in Canada)

And I wouldn't spend 170 if it didn't satisfy me either. That being said, I did pay that much for my Deck, and I love it.
do u need a wrist rest for it? did u use on before?
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do u need a wrist rest for it? did u use on before?
By the way, I'm ugrading from...

...a dusty 5 years old ehh...

Integrated HP keyboard;

it is plastic made, very light.

I hope the majestouch will blow out that thing.
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post #3129 of 14551
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Originally Posted by yann3804 View Post
Hey, I do live in Canada, what's wrong my profile? (New York?!)

I can't seem to justify 170$. If it doesn't satisfy me,





Edit : By the way, tactile click NKRO model.
Whoa... I don't know who I clicked on, but wow... How embarrassing.

But you're right: $170 is definitely worth it.
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Originally Posted by yann3804 View Post
By the way, I'm ugrading from...

...a dusty 5 years old ehh...

Integrated HP keyboard;

it is plastic made, very light.

I hope the majestouch will blow out that thing.
It will make that keyboard seem like a cheap, low-quality child's toy.
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post #3130 of 14551
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do u need a wrist rest for it? did u use on before?
I personally like my keyboard as flat as possible (I don't like it super tilted like most). I wish I still had a wrist rest like I used to on my EclipseII, but I've adjusted to not having one for now. I might buy one in the future.

No I did not use it before I bought it. I kinda did it on a whim without ever having tried a mechanical keyboard before (at least that I can remember). I just had that feeling that this was for me. Worst case scenario was I returned it within 30 days to Deck and just incur the cost of trying it out, or I sold it on ebay or something. Either way I'd only be out like $10-20 or so.
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