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It's not the ice. This model comes in four colors.
So i've found a link: http://www.activekey.de/en/keyboards...gamer-keyboard
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Why did they cancel this
Mechanical keyboard + nipple must be so much win
They cancelled the guru board because of economical reasons. Unfortunately making vs manufacturing stuff are extremely different as the latter usually requires huge up-front costs and the guys didn't see enough customers to justify the upcoming costs.
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It's not the ice. This model comes in four colors.
So i've found a link: http://www.activekey.de/en/keyboards...gamer-keyboard
I believe all Deck 82's (regardless of color) are only available in MX Blacks. So they are not MX Clears. They say "tactile full-travel" which is odd, but I assume they mean when you bottom out.
    
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Hey guys,

I've recently created a mechanical keyboard news channel on Twitter: http://twitter.com/mechkeyboards

My motivation was that I'm pretty much overloaded with information and this thread doesn't get my job easier because I've read about a thousand times how the MX blue / brown / black switches differ. This Twitter channel is for the people who are only interested in the news in their shortest form.

I'd appreciate any news in the future and if someone could eventually maintain it and I wouldn't have to read dozens of posts daily, well, that'd be a dream for me to come true.

Thanks,
Laci
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They cancelled the guru board because of economical reasons. Unfortunately making vs manufacturing stuff are extremely different as the latter usually requires huge up-front costs and the guys didn't see enough customers to justify the upcoming costs.
Yeah I know, it was more of a mini-rant than a question.
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I believe all Deck 82's (regardless of color) are only available in MX Blacks. So they are not MX Clears. They say "tactile full-travel" which is odd, but I assume they mean when you bottom out.
But the Deck 82 Ice is not part of this model. See comparison:
Deck Ice: http://www.deckkeyboards.com/product...products_id=30
Other: http://www.activekey.de/sites/defaul...Datenblatt.pdf (this model is transparent)

You're probably right, but maybe there is a chance. I've emailed them.
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But the Deck 82 Ice is not part of this model. See comparison:
Deck Ice: http://www.deckkeyboards.com/product...products_id=30
Other: http://www.activekey.de/sites/defaul...Datenblatt.pdf (this model is transparent)

You're probably right, but maybe there is a chance. I've emailed them.
Same board man. Only differences is that the 82 Toxic and Fire models had a worse matrix IIRC.

You can buy a different case to make the outside transparent, or whatever color you desire. http://www.deckkeyboards.com/index.php?cPath=22
    
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post #6628 of 14551
Well okay, thank you
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So yeah it all boils down to how you read it. No harm done. Still want that boxing match?
Nah. I haven't boxed since I shared a room with my brothers.

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I have finally gotten my new mechanical keyboard. After the first long delay thanks to FedEx loosing it in the mail...

Anyway, I just got the second shipment in today. I like the way it sounds. Sounds pretty cool.

And FREAKING WOW! This thing sure is sensitive! Doesn't take much to accidentally press a key on this while typing... but also I need a better desk surface or something to make it better on me. desk is just a tad too tall... right now I am using it on my lap. lol

I may have to get me more of these keyboards later down the road.

When I find some batteries for the camera I'll take some pictures if any of you want.
Congratulations on your purchase! I have the exact same one!

Now, you can actually take greater advantage of this keyboard's sensitivity and feel thereby further realizing the awesomeness! To do that, try hovering your wrists while typing. Although, I imagine that you might already be doing this since it's on your lap, but still: I find that when I raise my wrists as high as possible without hurting my typing, I get to experience the true awesomeness. It feels like I'm just floating over the keyboard while typing.

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Perhaps. To be honest, I can't complain. I'm getting a free warranty. I just hope the aesthetic condition isn't so bad. I'm not an aesthetics-whore, but I prefer it not look like someone played baseball with it...
Exactly. I always kinda cringe when I see the word "refurbished". To me, that just means that it is used. :/
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Nah. I haven't boxed since I shared a room with my brothers.


Congratulations on your purchase! I have the exact same one!

Now, you can actually take greater advantage of this keyboard's sensitivity and feel thereby further realizing the awesomeness! To do that, try hovering your wrists while typing. Although, I imagine that you might already be doing this since it's on your lap, but still: I find that when I raise my wrists as high as possible without hurting my typing, I get to experience the true awesomeness. It feels like I'm just floating over the keyboard while typing.


Exactly. I always kinda cringe when I see the word "refurbished". To me, that just means that it is used. :/
But in many ways refurbs are awesome. Guaranteed it was inspected (For new, only 1 in every 500+ or so gets inspected), usually has some sort of warranty (even if it's limited), lower price (if you're purchasing something), etc.
    
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