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Minis sell for north of $150 used, north of $300 new. There's usually at least one crazy holdout, and when there's two things get... interesting.
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I honestly cannot even find one on Ebay at this very moment. I only saw one on Ebay a few days ago, and it was somewhere around 300$ as far as I recall.
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I dreamt that I was in a shop that sold mechanical keyboards last night (there are none in France)...
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I dreamt that I was in a shop that sold mechanical keyboards last night (there are none in France)...
lol, I actually had a dream that I bought a Deck for £15 a few days ago, so sad.
post #8035 of 14551
I had a dream about having a tree near my house which grew model M mini's on its branches. If those model m mini's became full sized model M's, that meant that they were too ripe. I am not being serious ofcourse, it it is still an entertaining thought, a large quantity of keyboard enthusiasts would probably hang around it.
Edited by Genkaz92 - 9/23/10 at 11:14pm
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I had a dream about having a tree near my house which grew model M mini's on it's branches. If those model m mini's became full sized model M's, that meant that they were too ripe. I am not being serious ofcourse, it it is still an entertaining thought, a large quantity of keyboard enthusiasts would probably hang around it.
The geekhackers would build a fence around it and keep them all to themselves
post #8037 of 14551
Doesn't really warrant a thread, so I will post it here.

Does the Filco keyboard work on a Mac?
post #8038 of 14551
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That said, does anyone here have/have used a Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2 (The one on Elitekeyboards)?
I was wondering how hard it is to get used to the strange key layout as compared to a regular keyboard, and how hard it is to switch back (my work involves typing on regular styled keyboards daily)
Secondly, I was wondering if it could handle the occasional gaming session, non-FPS, just strategy or RPGs.
I have one, it's probably my single favorite keyboard. The layout is relatively easy to adapt to (and you can make some alterations to it with the DIP switches) although it took me a while to get used to the location of PgUp/PgDwn/Home/End.

I use it for FPS gaming quite a bit because it is compact enough to let me have my Steelseries SX on the same desk, and yet the Fn lets you acess numpad functions, which is something I need for some games. The main drawback is that you need to press Fn + Number to get F keys, and if the game you're playing needs F keys, that can be an issue.

As it is a capacitive keyboard, it has six key rollover.

@Arvin: yes.

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The geekhackers would build a fence around it and keep them all to themselves
Damn right we would!

Every once in a while, someone who doesn't really know what they are selling will sell an SSK at around $75 or so. The $200-300 ones are new in box.

I got my SSK for free =D
Edited by ch_123 - 9/24/10 at 1:36am
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Doesn't really warrant a thread, so I will post it here.

Does the Filco keyboard work on a Mac?
If it's USB, it should yes
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Ok thanks
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