Originally Posted by Travellerr
Wow, that keyboard is just lovely for so many different reason, I love the color scheme/theme and the fact that it is a clear switch board which I just tried for the first time today as a matter of fact is pretty awesome(which I knew I would like clear switches because I love browns but wish their was some more resistance and a bit for of bump which the clears clearly(no pun intended) deliver. Just wish there were boards that I liked aesthetically out there with this rarer mx switch. Now you said you found this case on geekhack? does he have more for sale and or trade? because I know I would really like a unique cases that looks as solid as this one. I am actually waiting for a leopold fc660c keyboard this upcoming week it should be here tuesday as long as the weather isn't too bad this weekend, and I just wanted to thank you ffor sharing this keyboard with us. Take care and get back to me if you can with some info or feedback on where to get a poker with clears!
Thanks, I love it. My case is actually the prototype for the Pure/Poker/GH60 case from MOZ. It still needed a little adjustment, but the measurements have been sent to him, so it should be good to go once he finishes his exams. Here is the link to the 60% open source thread by MOZ. He is doing other stuff as well (look in his sig). http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=44382.msg1020890#msg1020890
. I know he is planning on doing a GB in the near future, but the files will be posted as well if you have a hook up on acrylic or any other materials.
Originally Posted by HPE1000
Binge is selling me his kishsaver at cost
Nice pickup HPE. Binge is the man, always there for the people.
As far as 60% boards, they are not for everyone. I have other boards as well. This forum being mostly gamers, I can see the disparity of using a 60%, they suck for gaming - no readily available fn keys (they are in the second control layer), and on most, the arrows can only be used while holding the fn key (the Pure has the option to make the rt shift, win, menu,control keys as the arrows by pushing fn+space). I like it for the space it saves on my desk, and for the amount of tinkering I can do to it.