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I'd try to get from the manufacturer, in which case if I did a review, I'd have to mention the name. And I'd use my sponsored logs, facebook page and (not very well-established) youtube channel.

I'm just trying to see what companies like to give away boards. I know how sponsorships work here.
i'd say the usual suspects in the west:
Corsair/Logitech/Coolermaster.

I doubt you'll be able to get a review sample from Filco or Realforce.
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Budget is somewhat of an issue. Obviously, I'm happy to pay a bit of a premium to get a solid built board, but I'm not going to be able to go overboard. Do you need a little more specific?

The Ducky's are definitely really nice. I'm waiting on the Ducky Mini so that I can buy another. I was actually considering getting a Keycool about a month ago, but ended up getting a Poker 2 instead. According to others, the Keycool is an okay board, but the difference in quality is noticeable.

Unfortunately, tenkeyless Shine 2 stock is pretty low right now, due to the (rumored) release of the tenkeyless Shine 3 coming soon. Again, unfortunately, there hasn't been any word on the tenkeyless Shine 3. There has been some info on the Ducky Mini, which is the 60% version of the Shine 3, but even that has gotten quiet lately.
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The Ducky's are definitely really nice. I'm waiting on the Ducky Mini so that I can buy another. I was actually considering getting a Keycool about a month ago, but ended up getting a Poker 2 instead. According to others, the Keycool is an okay board, but the difference in quality is noticeable.

Unfortunately, tenkeyless Shine 2 stock is pretty low right now, due to the (rumored) release of the tenkeyless Shine 3 coming soon. Again, unfortunately, there hasn't been any word on the tenkeyless Shine 3. There has been some info on the Ducky Mini, which is the 60% version of the Shine 3, but even that has gotten quiet lately.
I checked the prices of Keycool boards in china and ... holy cow. They are nearly 1/2 of what it costs in US ...
My point is that they are overpriced in US that's why the quality difference between a costar board (i had one, sold it away soon enough) and a keycool
And then there's the horrid arrow keys ...
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Originally Posted by phillyd View Post

I'd try to get from the manufacturer, in which case if I did a review, I'd have to mention the name. And I'd use my sponsored logs, facebook page and (not very well-established) youtube channel.

I'm just trying to see what companies like to give away boards. I know how sponsorships work here.
i'd say the usual suspects in the west:
Corsair/Logitech/Coolermaster.

I doubt you'll be able to get a review sample from Filco or Realforce.

I'll have to see about corsair, but I need a new contact.

Cooler master and logitech, though...hmm...


And a Realforce sponsorship would be wubsmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by phillyd View Post

I'll have to see about corsair, but I need a new contact.

Cooler master and logitech, though...hmm...


And a Realforce sponsorship would be wubsmiley.gif

I don't see Realforce needing reviews. Most people joining the Mech scene will think they are way overpriced (sort of are). But those who know how much money gets spent on keyboards would most likely have already have a realforce in their collection.
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I don't see Realforce needing reviews. Most people joining the Mech scene will think they are way overpriced (sort of are). But those who know how much money gets spent on keyboards would most likely have already have a realforce in their collection.
All I've heard about realforce boards is that they feel like well done rubber dome switches. They seem pretty overpriced for what they are. Unless I'm missing something, they seem like they should cost $150 ish.
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Finished up a couple more wood keycap pullers:

Verawood/Argentine Lignum Vitae


Black Palm


Mystery wood I bought by the pound


There's a slight color shift from the evening sun.

And hopefully I'll be finishing up my 60% wood case this week. It's almost done, I just need to do a couple coats of Arm-R-Seal and line the inside with black suede (I was between black and red and decided on black.
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All I've heard about realforce boards is that they feel like well done rubber dome switches. They seem pretty overpriced for what they are. Unless I'm missing something, they seem like they should cost $150 ish.

Depends on who you talk to. Some people say they take a week or two to become amazing feeling, some swear by them after a couple of minutes, and some try them out and go meh. I'm in the latter group. They just feel like nice rubber domes to me. I've tried older Dell and other rubber dome boards and some scissor switch boards (my T500's keyboard, for example), that felt just as good to me. The only thing I really felt Topre had going for it was PBT key caps. It's really one of those things that you just need to try yourself to see. I tried and I'll be sticking with my modded Blacks and Clears, maybe some Whites at some point. I'd like Alps if they weren't so wobbly feeling.
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Finished up a couple more wood keycap pullers:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Verawood/Argentine Lignum Vitae


Black Palm


Mystery wood I bought by the pound
There's a slight color shift from the evening sun.

It's kinda sad that I look at these and think "man, I really miss my plastic keycap puller".
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Depends on who you talk to. Some people say they take a week or two to become amazing feeling, some swear by them after a couple of minutes, and some try them out and go meh. I'm in the latter group. They just feel like nice rubber domes to me. I've tried older Dell and other rubber dome boards and some scissor switch boards (my T500's keyboard, for example), that felt just as good to me. The only thing I really felt Topre had going for it was PBT key caps. It's really one of those things that you just need to try yourself to see. I tried and I'll be sticking with my modded Blacks and Clears, maybe some Whites at some point. I'd like Alps if they weren't so wobbly feeling.
high quality plastics are nice. I got a set of keycaps from my Compaq G81 that feel a lot nicer than the stock ABS keycaps on my QFR.

I've had an old Dell quiet key pluger keyboard, and it really wasn't that great. The thing that I didn't like was that the space bar was really squishy, and not at all tactile, which is really annoying. The keys were otherwise alright, but not great. If you improved those switches a bit, they would be pretty good, and maybe even comparable to Cherry MX blue, but I still would not want to pay that much for a board. I'd only pay that much for something with buckling springs. Seriously I would pay $250 for a modernized IBM model F.
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I started using wire cap pullers and will never go back to those horrible plastic ones. Wire pullers are nice since the work with any profile of caps. Good luck removing a spherical cap with a plastic puller.
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...No idea how to pull off my space bar/longer key caps with the plastic puller...
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