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Anyone know where I can get DAS keyboards in Europe / UK ??? I only found getDigital.de , any other retailers ? Do you know ?
I searched for a while but didn't find anything. There's basically only getdigital.de, keyboardco.com (Cherrys and Filcos) and another German website I can't remember that actually sells some Decks (expensive) among other things.
The US Das keyboard website ships to Europe I think. Ebay usually doesn't have much.
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You guys want to talk about noise, you should listen to one of these bad boys.




IBM Selectric II
It sounds like a machine gun when you're typing.
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In a sense, you kinda did. I mean, for those of us who know that you have a Das Model S, it should sound like you're saying "but it's a pleasure to do that with my Model S", or something to that effect. Or, "It used to be a lot of work, but not anymore!"
I'm glad someone can read my mind! Sure makes things a lot easier to explain.
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Also recorded using the same setup.
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Typing up ebay descriptions is a lot of work. As is taking pictures of all the items. (Especially when you're selling a ****ton of 80-something NES games complete with boxes and accessories)

There's actually a huge market for old Nintendo stuff, it's fairly incredible. I saw this NIB World Class Track Meet (or something like that) sell for 40 grand. There's only two NIB copies in existence, and barely any copies to begin with.
WAIT

PM me what games you have, I might buy them all from you, along with the system
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WAIT

PM me what games you have, I might buy them all from you, along with the system
Sure thing, lemme just type up a list.
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I use a Das Model S with Cherry MX Browns and they do not make that much noise. I'm pretty sure most of the sound is coming from him bottoming out on his keyboard. I've tried both the Browns and Blues, and bottoming out aside, the Blues definitely make more sound.
the browns if you dont bottom out, they dont make noise more or less, the blues they make noise and especially if you bottom out
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Yeaaaaaaaaah, somewhere in there I meant to say it's a lot more comfortable doing it on my current board as opposed to my old one. (the domer that I used to use to type up the descriptions on the stuff I sold to put my 'new' rig together.)
I have a NIB Legend of Zelda gold cartridge. is it worth anything?
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I have a NIB Legend of Zelda gold cartridge. is it worth anything?
I honestly do not know. You can try asking/looking on Nintendo Age. (http://nintendoage.com/)

Some of the collections people have on that website make me so effin' jealous. I just don't have the space to collect this stuff.
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hope im not posting in the wrong place, but anyway im looking to try out the mechanical keyboard as im losing keystrokes with many of the logitech keyboards out right now, even this illuminated keyboard i use that is scissor switch misses some keystrokes.

I've found a Cherry G81-1800 for like $30.00
http://www.cherrycorp.com/english/ke...1800/index.htm
Link i found doesn't really give too much info, can't find any big reviews.
Is it a worthy buy?

Also for fun i also found a Cherry G86-71400 (LPOS) board that will cost me $50.00
Not Mechanical from what I can tell, but it'll be fun if i can program the POS buttons as macro keys.
http://www.cherrycorp.com/english/ke...erty/index.htm
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