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Wow, you must have gotten one seriously defective board. Nothing should stick, have a deadzone, or chatter. Wow, lol.

But yeah, the one thing with cherry blues is that they the unactuation point is higher than the actuation point, making it weird double-tapping sometimes.

By the way, the only switches that have an exact correlation between the tactility and the actuation are buckling springs. If you find blues to be really light then they might be better for you anyway (and a lot cheaper lol).
Yeah I'm definitely getting a refuind for this, I type better on my laptop's scissor keys! I can't stand seeing random 'a's in a paragraph, it's just really frustrating knowing you paid $140 and you get this. Really disappointing. And to be honest, I don't really see that big of a difference between this and a G15; the bump, in my opinion, is distracting and an annoyance. Maybe it's just this one I received since there are a lot of variation in the keys which is distracting as well.

Oh well, at least I gave it a shot!

edit: the lightness is fine when the tactile bump actually works correctly, but the backspace in particular just plain feels WRONG!
Edited by MijnWraak - 9/16/09 at 11:08am
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Yeah I'm definitely getting a refuind for this, I type better on my laptop's scissor keys! I can't stand seeing random 'a's in a paragraph, it's just really frustrating knowing you paid $140 and you get this. Really disappointing. And to be honest, I don't really see that big of a difference between this and a G15; the bump, in my opinion, is distracting and an annoyance. Maybe it's just this one I received since there are a lot of variation in the keys which is distracting as well.

Oh well, at least I gave it a shot!

edit: the lightness is fine when the tactile bump actually works correctly, but the backspace in particular just plain feels WRONG!
That's really strange, as I've never seen as much variation in Cherry switches, whether blue, or brown, as I have in ALPS, buckling springs, or other types of switches.
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That's really strange, as I've never seen as much variation in Cherry switches, whether blue, or brown, as I have in ALPS, buckling springs, or other types of switches.
This is obviously the keyboard from Hell, then! The A key sticks, the F key has a slight dead zone, the backspace key is just stupid, and the E key takes more pressure to actuate.

Maybe I should get a replacement instead of refund? Maybe it's just this one...
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This is obviously the keyboard from Hell, then! The A key sticks, the F key has a slight dead zone, the backspace key is just stupid, and the E key takes more pressure to actuate.

Maybe I should get a replacement instead of refund? Maybe it's just this one...

I would suggest just trying to get a replacement.
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Elitekeyboard.com's customer service is excellent, even gave me some info about the blue switches that I haven't read in this thread:


"The Blue Cherry MX switches used in the board have a complicated
[mechanism] inside that sometimes has small manufacturing artifacts that
in a few cases cause the switch to stick before it is "worn in." These
stuck keys can usually be fixed by pressing them hard 50
times"-Brian @ elitekeyboards.com

So after being broken in a bit, it seems to be a bit better. I guess I didn't give it enough time before complaining

I definitely type faster and less mistakes than my laptop keyboard after getting used to it a bit. Less chattering now too! Hopefully I won't need to get a replacement but it's looking good so far
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Elitekeyboard.com's customer service is excellent, even gave me some info about the blue switches that I haven't read in this thread:


"The Blue Cherry MX switches used in the board have a complicated
[mechanism] inside that sometimes has small manufacturing artifacts that
in a few cases cause the switch to stick before it is "worn in." These
stuck keys can usually be fixed by pressing them hard 50
times"-Brian @ elitekeyboards.com

So after being broken in a bit, it seems to be a bit better. I guess I didn't give it enough time before complaining

I definitely type faster and less mistakes than my laptop keyboard after getting used to it a bit. Less chattering now too! Hopefully I won't need to get a replacement but it's looking good so far
Yeah you really got the short end of the stick with this board, I've bought about 15 mechanical boards of all different types of switches, and out of those only one key has ever chattered (and it was on a 20 year old board).

And yeah the elitekeyboards guy is awesome. When he first opened up the store I suggested to him maybe try and get the boards on newegg, but he said he wouldn't do business with them because of their shady pricing practices. And even these limited edition Cherry Blues that he gets aren't marked up over the other boards, even though they are generally in higher demand. He's got real business ethics .

Either way - the nice thing about these switches is that even if you end up with a bad switch after the warranty period is over, you can simply buy a replacement from digi-key for a dollar and change and solder it in yourself.

And yeah the tactile bump is kind of distracting at first, but that's because you're still typing like you do on rubber domes. Try and consider the tactile bump as the bottom of the switch, and once you hit it you can let go. You aren't supposed to be hitting the actual bottoms at all .
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Yeah you really got the short end of the stick with this board, I've bought about 15 mechanical boards of all different types of switches, and out of those only one key has ever chattered (and it was on a 20 year old board).

And yeah the elitekeyboards guy is awesome. When he first opened up the store I suggested to him maybe try and get the boards on newegg, but he said he wouldn't do business with them because of their shady pricing practices. And even these limited edition Cherry Blues that he gets aren't marked up over the other boards, even though they are generally in higher demand. He's got real business ethics .

Either way - the nice thing about these switches is that even if you end up with a bad switch after the warranty period is over, you can simply buy a replacement from digi-key for a dollar and change and solder it in yourself.

And yeah the tactile bump is kind of distracting at first, but that's because you're still typing like you do on rubber domes. Try and consider the tactile bump as the bottom of the switch, and once you hit it you can let go. You aren't supposed to be hitting the actual bottoms at all .
Yeah it's a hard transition since there's very little feedback before the bump, but I'm sure I'll get used to it eventually haha. But I told the guy I'll give it some time to get broken in, I haven't had it chatter in awhile so it seems to be getting better. I'm sure I'll grow to love it
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Yeah it's a hard transition since there's very little feedback before the bump, but I'm sure I'll get used to it eventually haha. But I told the guy I'll give it some time to get broken in, I haven't had it chatter in awhile so it seems to be getting better. I'm sure I'll grow to love it
You probably will . But don't force it! In maybe two weeks or so grab your G15 back out of the closet and compare them again. If you don't feel that you've grown to like the Cherry Blues a lot more than the G15 then they just aren't for you.
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Then put up your cherry blue for sale

After I use my white alps all keyboard are sorta squishy.
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Then put up your cherry blue for sale

After I use my white alps all keyboard are sorta squishy.
Most keyboards ARE squishy. Rubber domes aren't exactly great for tactile feedback.

What keyboard do you have with white ALPS?
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