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post #7031 of 14564
What can you guys tell me about this keyboard?

KB-595
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Product...19815(ME).aspx

I'm just looking for a small keyboard. Don't have the funds right now to push for a mechanical. :/
post #7032 of 14564
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Originally Posted by Domino View Post
What can you guys tell me about this keyboard?

KB-595
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/PID-MX19815(ME).aspx

I'm just looking for a small keyboard. Don't have the funds right now to push for a mechanical. :/
It's listed specs are 3mm Travel Distance, 30.10 Grams of force, & 5million clicks.

Not sure if it's Mech or not. Can't find any info regarding that.

Though why not save a bit and grab a M10? I've got one right now and I"m rather happy with it. Overall it feels about the same as my Tactile Click Filco board.
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post #7033 of 14564
it's a re-branded Cherry G84-4100.
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post #7034 of 14564
How small does it have to be? You can get a mechanical for not much more

http://www.provantage.com/cherry-ele...2~7CHER04H.htm
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post #7035 of 14564
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Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
It's listed specs are 3mm Travel Distance, 30.10 Grams of force, & 5million clicks.

Not sure if it's Mech or not. Can't find any info regarding that.

Though why not save a bit and grab a M10? I've got one right now and I"m rather happy with it. Overall it feels about the same as my Tactile Click Filco board.
well not only is price a factor but shopping online in general. ....not my choice.

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it's a re-branded Cherry G84-4100.
do you know what switches it uses?
post #7036 of 14564
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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post
How small does it have to be? You can get a mechanical for not much more

http://www.provantage.com/cherry-ele...2~7CHER04H.htm
Well it also needs to be Canadian.

NCIX/Newegg/Memoryexpress. Might be able to do online. i dunno.

small basically without the num pad small.
post #7037 of 14564
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well not only is price a factor but shopping online in general. ....not my choice.



do you know what switches it uses?
G84-4100 are not very popular sometimes people will give you one for free or you can pick one up on eBay for $10-15. MSRP is $75.

Cherry ML switches are Cherry's version of a scissor switch. they are tactile, non-clicky. actuate at 1.5mm (52g).

Phaedrus2129 review here.
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post #7038 of 14564
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G84-4100 are not very popular sometimes people will give you one for free or you can pick one up on eBay for $10-15. MSRP is $75.

Cherry ML switches are Cherry's version of a scissor switch. they are tactile, non-clicky. actuate at 1.5mm (52g).

Phaedrus2129 review here.
hmmm, i kinda like scissor switches.

BUT, one more quesiton. How sure are you that this is the same as the cherry? I look at a youtube vid and I think it said something about membranes?
post #7039 of 14564
oh your right it's not the G84-4100. my apologies.
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post #7040 of 14564
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oh your right it's not the G84-4100. my apologies.
what are membrane switches like?
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