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Thanks! I just had to take a pic as soon as I took it out of the box.

I really do love this thing. I can't get over how much fun it is to type on. Much easier too, I've noticed I've picked up some WPM.
hehehe now you know how I can just go on, and on, and on, and on about my keyboard.
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hehehe now you know how I can just go on, and on, and on, and on about my keyboard.
Yes I totally understand it now. Even the ABS M1 doesn't feel that good anymore, and that was a pretty big step up from the G15 that came before it.

I don't see myself getting another keyboard for a long, long time.
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Yes I totally understand it now. Even the ABS M1 doesn't feel that good anymore, and that was a pretty big step up from the G15 that came before it.

I don't see myself getting another keyboard for a long, long time.
Wow. How much better does it feel than the ABS M1? It kinda sounds like the Model S is as big of an upgrade from the ABS M1 as the M1 was from the G15!
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Yes I totally understand it now. Even the ABS M1 doesn't feel that good anymore, and that was a pretty big step up from the G15 that came before it.

I don't see myself getting another keyboard for a long, long time.
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Wow. How much better does it feel than the ABS M1? It kinda sounds like the Model S is as big of an upgrade from the ABS M1 as the M1 was from the G15!
lol. i bought the Model S pro, cherry mx blue switch from ABS M1, but then return it after 3 days, i GAMING FAIL with the MX Blue switches. and back to ABS M1 right now, Model S pro SILENT is coming next week, hopefully will works fine for me and im going to make a review for it if i could.
post #5535 of 14564
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Wow. How much better does it feel than the ABS M1? It kinda sounds like the Model S is as big of an upgrade from the ABS M1 as the M1 was from the G15!
Well, it doesn't surprise me. The Das felt awesome. :/
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lol. i bought the Model S pro, cherry mx blue switch from ABS M1, but then return it after 3 days, i GAMING FAIL with the MX Blue switches. and back to ABS M1 right now, Model S pro SILENT is coming next week, hopefully will works fine for me and im going to make a review for it if i could.
What gaming problems did you experience with the Model S?
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I should make a video of me gaming with blues. Maybe tomorrow.
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post #5538 of 14564
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Wow. How much better does it feel than the ABS M1? It kinda sounds like the Model S is as big of an upgrade from the ABS M1 as the M1 was from the G15!
Night and day difference. The key travel did not feel consistent on the M1. That was probably the biggest gripe I had about it. Like it felt as if there was a lot of friction.

Obviously the tactile bump on the M1's switches is nothing like Cherry MX Blue switches. I'm already hardly bottoming out with the Cherries. The M1, I was hitting the bottom all the time and never could get out of the habit.

I would agree with what you said. The Model S is just as big of an upgrade.

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I should make a video of me gaming with blues. Maybe tomorrow.
I'm going to try some TF2 later tonight. I'm terrible at it but I want to see if I get these problems that I hear about so much when it comes to Blues and not being good for some games.
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post #5539 of 14564
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What gaming problems did you experience with the Model S?
i doesn't have any problem when typing, and typing 100% feels great.
but when comes to gaming,

Example:
like playing CS:S, i press W,D, to go front right, if i press longer then 1 sec,either W or D will stop function and i will just move to right. or D will stop functioning and i will just move Straight to Front.

edit:
im not sure if it is me or the keyboard, but when come to other game like Freestyle streetbasket ball online game, i have the samething happen too
post #5540 of 14564
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Night and day difference. The key travel did not feel consistent on the M1. That was probably the biggest gripe I had about it. Like it felt as if there was a lot of friction.

Obviously the tactile bump on the M1's switches is nothing like Cherry MX Blue switches. I'm already hardly bottoming out with the Cherries. The M1, I was hitting the bottom all the time and never could get out of the habit.

I would agree with what you said. The Model S is just as big of an upgrade.



I'm going to try some TF2 later tonight. I'm terrible at it but I want to see if I get these problems that I hear about so much when it comes to Blues and not being good for some games.
Whoa!! I guess I never truly realized it before, but damn: I really am quite spoiled. The Majestouch Tactile Click NKRO is my first mechanical keyboard!

Anyway, thank you for that good comparison!

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i doesn't have any problem when typing, and typing 100% feels great.
but when comes to gaming,

Example:
like playing CS:S, i press W,D, to go front right, if i press longer then 1 sec,either W or D will stop function and i will just move to right. or D will stop functioning and i will just move Straight to Front.

edit:
im not sure if it is me or the keyboard, but when come to other game like Freestyle streetbasket ball online game, i have the samething happen too
Were (or are) you using the USB to PS/2 adapter? I mean, this has nothing to do with the switch type; it is related to key rollover.
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