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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post
The ivory is not descriptive of the key switch. It says with cherry key switches, ivory .

It sounds like blues to me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjxkA...ayer_embedded#!
What do you mean? I don't see or hear any evidence that suggests the Cherry MX Blues.
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post #4252 of 14566
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
What do you mean? I don't see or hear any evidence that suggests the Cherry MX Blues.
The click when she presses the key sounds like the blues to me, that's all. Pretty noisy here at the shop though.
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post #4253 of 14566
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The click when she presses the key sounds like the blues to me, that's all.
I thought that she just brushed her fingers on the keys as opposed to actually pressing them.

Edit: I just noticed, and yes: those are absolutely without a doubt the Cherry MX Blues.
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post #4254 of 14566
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I thought that she just brushed her fingers on the keys as opposed to actually pressing them.
Go to about 20 seconds in, she presses a few down, lol.
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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post
Go to about 20 seconds in, she presses a few down, lol.
You type slowly, don't you?
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post #4256 of 14566
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
You type slowly, don't you?
I just hit quote then don't type at all for a min or two sometimes . Nice to have some confirmation, I guess that answers what switches they are then.
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post #4257 of 14566
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I just hit quote then don't type at all for a min or two sometimes . Nice to have some confirmation, I guess that answers what switches they are then.
Yeah, if anyone would know, then it's me. I mean, I'm the geek who keeps recommending everyone use YouTube videos to help select a switch, so I know exactly how the MX Blues sound in YouTube videos; and those are definitely it.
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Do all Cherry (branded) keyboards contain mechanical switches. I know for a fact that most cherry switches are branded as others like steelseries, etc. But I am just wondering if maybe cherry is using membrane or other type of technology for their own brand.

Like this one

Just in case they do contain mech. switches what kind? (color)
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post #4259 of 14566
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Do all Cherry (branded) keyboards contain mechanical switches. I know for a fact that most cherry switches are branded as others like steelseries, etc. But I am just wondering if maybe cherry is using membrane or other type of technology for their own brand.

Like this one

Just in case they do contain mech. switches what kind? (color)
I can tell by looking at this keyboard that it's either that's a Scissor-Switch keyboard, or just a plain rubber dome one. But Cherry does have keyboards that use the Cherry MX switches.
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So what can you say about it? especially this model
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