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yes. the plunger underneath is bigger than the stem. they wobble, go crooked.
Oh. Do they have a picture of it online somewhere?
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TVS, Adesso have the same problem.
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yes. the plunger underneath is bigger than the stem. they wobble, go crooked.
I love having you around. I mean, you basically just came in and saved me.

So, seriously: thank you.


So yeah, this is what I was referring to when I was talking about the wobbly keycaps. It's cool that Razer has a mechanical keyboard now, but it's overpriced.
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I love having you around. I mean, you basically just came in and saved me.

So, seriously: thank you.


So yeah, this is what I was referring to when I was talking about the wobbly keycaps. It's cool that Razer has a mechanical keyboard now, but it's overpriced.
Its $20 bucks off from the Megalodon. Its less expensive though compared to logitech's crap (I've turned against them. LOL).
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Its $20 bucks off from the Megalodon. Its less expensive though compared to logitech's crap (I've turned against them. LOL).
Hmm... I dunno. I just have my doubts because it's a Razer-branded keyboard, and also because the OEM they chose wasn't really the best. :/

But are you saying that you can get a $20 discount off the Black Widow? I mean, does it include both the Black Widow and the Black Widow Ultimate?
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No, sorry. I mean $20 bucks less than the megalodon. not a discount. I don't think you can buy it yet. You can pre-order it off of their site though.
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Ah yes, I remember those pictures of the wobbly keycaps.

Due to the keyboard not being commercially available, I forget what valid information is known/not known about it.

That, and I tend to fall asleep when I look at pictures of gamer keyboards.
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Pretty weak compared to the G19 and G15. Looks less awesome/epic compared to those two. The only nice thing they always put in now is the color changing backlighting. It has too many macro keys and options. I don't think anybody's going to use all of the macro keys and fill up all 3 macro settings.
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No, sorry. I mean $20 bucks less than the megalodon. not a discount. I don't think you can buy it yet. You can pre-order it off of their site though.
Well, the regular Black Widow is $79.99 while the Black Widow Ultimate is $129.99. But these prices are higher than they should be when considering the quality you're getting. :/
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