You guys are major poison ... I ordered a Keycool 87 Black POM with green switches ...
Originally Posted by Jixr
Spelt it wrong.
its actually "R4$3R N4G4 3p!C"
I should apply for a job at their marketing department... I'd run the place in a matter of days.
Random note, I've been playing on an mx red board for the last few days, and after using my blacks, i'm making typing errors left and right on the reds, they are crazy soft now that i'm used to blacks
( lubing them does not help either ) I don't see how people can use the lighter springs. thats insane to me.
But we are! Ones does not go to a red from a black. But vice-versa
Originally Posted by HPE1000
The guy who is running the group buy for the pcb I am buying has 2 different aluminum case designs he is showing off next week, the one design in the TKL variant is going to weigh 9-10 pounds he said... I can't wait to see it, I won't buy it but I am sure I will have a laugh knowing how heavy it is.
He says they are inspired by lamborghinis
I hope it looks like an reventon ... Not a vent + a door and say it's inspired by a lambo.
Originally Posted by Jixr
Sorry for bringing starting frans unwanted off-topic discussion.
Assuming I can get a mech working with an ipad ( some items draw too much power, but a powered usb hub takes care of that )
( good to know about possibly being able to run usb keyboards on other tabs though )
If I can use a mech with an ipad, I would have the perfect laptop replacement without spending crazy money.
sell off one of my other mechs and pick up a 60% with maybe blues or greens.
I have tried using my keyboard on my butterfly S and it works
Originally Posted by Travellerr
Yeah, I understand how a good portion of gamers that are into mechanical keyboards would not like the layout for the 60% sized keyboards. Honestly though I prefer them to the full size keyboards and even some other tenkeyless designed keyboards. I guess it just depends on what kind of style you like and the type of games you are playing as in mmo's would probably be hard to have many key bindings for your buffs and spells with almost half of a full size mechanical keyboard. Also, I think it depends on the real estate that you have on your desk and also the fact that the tenkeyless compact boards in my experience are more comfortable limiting the gap and distance between your main keyboard hand and mouse hand, which is more natural.
It's really simple. If you have anything resembling a border-less 23" monitor even a 104 key is smaller than that! So I don't see why 87-keys are not preferred over 104. Has everything you need and is MUCH smaller than a 23" monitor
Only reason why I bought a 87 key is that sometimes they come cheaper AND having a extra numpad is a bit annoying because I have to offset my hands to match the arrow key positioning and that if i shift my Razer GL speed alpha edition up I will end up clashing into the keyboard. Me no likey
But anything less than a 87 is seen to be stupid by me because i'm a real gamer.Edited by DaveLT - 12/15/13 at 11:28am