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I loved typing on a mechanical keyboard so much that I got another one for my laptop.
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Originally Posted by MahiMahiMahi View Post
Hmm, could i have a link to that 7000 word post . I began typing on laptops and I currently have a logitech dinovio edge. I hope i can relearn typing so that i don't always bottom out. When will I actually use the tactile feel when I type? Is it like relearning how to type?
I think the answer to that is just that you use the tactile feel when you press any key. The tactile feel is almost somewhat similar to the tactile feel of really nice and really new rubber dome keyboards, except the actuation is about halfway down. Of course, this means that bottoming out is not necessary. Of course there are many other benefits to mechanical keyboards, but you already ordered one so I won't go into my sales pitch. hehe

Anyway, the quality is dramatically superior, and so is the feel of any key press - whether it's just a single key press, or a bunch of them (like while typing). I mean, even if it took an entire month to get to you, it would still be worth the wait!!! Yeah, I love mechanical keyboards so much that I am willing to say that at the risk of what you (or anyone) might say back!

Ultimately though, it's not like relearning how to type. However, I recommend treating it as such to maximize your chances of perfecting a technique where you aren't bottoming out while typing! One technique I strongly recommend is hovering/floating your wrists while you type. And by this, I mean really hover them; this will give you significantly more freedom when typing which means you'll be more relaxed. Therefore, everything you type will be much easier - especially those words which seem to get messed up every time you type them!

Finally, all I want to say is this: when I went from the G15 and the Lycosa to the Majestouch, I found it to actually be fun to use my keyboard for the very first time! I mean, I've never considered using my keyboard to be fun at all. It was always just a means to an end, but now it's completely the opposite: I'm always looking for an excuse to use my keyboard - even if it means just pressing a neutral key like Ctrl, Esc, Num Lock, etc.! I don't do that a lot, but when it comes to actually typing, I really am always looking for an excuse to type!
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I tried the hover technique and i am pressing down a lot softer now so it i guess i wil pick up the feel. The problem is, it is hard to know what it will feel like with only my scissor switches. the wait is going to suck .
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I tried the hover technique and i am pressing down a lot softer now so it i guess i wil pick up the feel. The problem is, it is hard to know what it will feel like with only my scissor switches. the wait is going to suck .
I promise that once you have it, it will quickly feel like you didn't have to wait that long at all.

Try to think of the last time you waited an obscenely long time for something you really wanted, but then try to remember how it felt once you were done waiting.
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I see you trollin, I'm hatin. Highlighted sections are BS. Ignorant much?

If you seriously wanna continue using that piece of **** keyboard, be my guest. Won't hurt my feelings any.
I'm not trolling. I just feel that the benefits of having a mechanical keyboard are being overstated somewhat, and that any perceived benefits are outweighed by the fact that mechanical keyboards cost twice as much for fewer features. I don't have a problem with quality on my G15, it feels solidly constructed, it hasn't broken from lugging it around to LAN parties and being beaten on a little bit by my friends, the electronics do what they need to, and it's got useful features. Just sayin' that I don't think that mechanical keyboards are cost effective. I came across as kind of a troll because I was in a bad mood at the time, from some stuff that's been happening lately, sorry about being so... overzealous. I hope there's no hard feelings, I didn't mean to offend anyone, just stating my opinion.
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I'm not trolling. I just feel that the benefits of having a mechanical keyboard are being overstated somewhat, and that any perceived benefits are outweighed by the fact that mechanical keyboards cost twice as much for fewer features. I don't have a problem with quality on my G15, it feels solidly constructed, it hasn't broken from lugging it around to LAN parties and being beaten on a little bit by my friends, the electronics do what they need to, and it's got useful features. Just sayin' that I don't think that mechanical keyboards are cost effective. I came across as kind of a troll because I was in a bad mood at the time, from some stuff that's been happening lately, sorry about being so... overzealous. I hope there's no hard feelings, I didn't mean to offend anyone, just stating my opinion.
What you're saying is like "I see no point in buying a Lamborghini because it doesn't have a GPS system, an ipod dock, or a fridge in the armrest".
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I somewhat agree, Manyak.

I was going to say that form always follows function and that I consider all of those fancy features of the G15 to be the keyboard's form, but too many people think they rely on these features (I know I did).

So I think I'll be more careful and just say this: SPARTAN-001, it is my strong belief that you just didn't give mechanical keyboards an honest enough try. I mean, it's almost like you wanted to see them as a waste of money for a feature-less keyboard.
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he is saying he prefers ketchup and noodles over spaghetti.
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he is saying he prefers ketchup and noodles over spaghetti.
Ooo I like that.

Or pizza rolls over real, high-end pizza.
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What you're saying is like "I see no point in buying a Lamborghini because it doesn't have a GPS system, an ipod dock, or a fridge in the armrest".
Not quite. I have tried mechanical keyboards, and they just didn't seem to justify the expense to me. I use the features on my keyboard every day, and they're very helpful. I would not want to downgrade to a keyboard where I didn't have those features. The LCD i could do without, but macros, media buttons, and backlighting are a must. However, the main consideration is cost. If I could find a mechanical keyboard with macros and backlighting, as well as media buttons, I would consider paying a bit more than $60. But not anywhere near $100+ for a keyboard with anything less than just backlighting and media buttons. Whereas I would definitely buy a Lamborghini if I had the means, but I don't have anything fancy in my car anyways. Besides, if I had a Lamborghini, I'd probably have enough money to have that crap installed anyways.

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So I think I'll be more careful and just say this: SPARTAN-001, it is my strong belief that you just didn't give mechanical keyboards an honest enough try. I mean, it's almost like you wanted to see them as a waste of money for a feature-less keyboard.
I tried out mechanical keyboards BEFORE I purchased my G15, to see if I wanted to buy something of the sort, but the first thing I noticed was that none of them had features that I use on a daily basis (Only media buttons at the time, my old keyboard was one that I scrounged from the decaying hulk of a 2006 Emachine). I intentionally did not look at price tags before I asked my friends to borrow their fancy keyboards. This would not have been a problem, if not for the fact that, looking around, I could find plenty of "gaming keyboards" with more features and for far cheaper. I honestly tried to like the keyboards I used, but I really liked the feel and the features of the G15 that I tried out at the same time. The clicky mechanical switches are nice, and so are the smooth ones, but believe it or not, I actually like the mushy feel of the rubber domes on the G15. I'm not trying to justify my purchase to you, I honestly like the feel of typing on the G15 as much as typing on the Das Professional. I tried to like mechanical keyboards, because in a way I like how they're minimalist, but the bargain shopper in me couldn't spend twice as much for a less useful (in a way, after all, they're just keyboards at the end of the day) item.
Edited by SPARTAN-001 - 6/30/10 at 6:44am
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