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post #19701 of 36896
maybe not a ups, but most of the stuff i've seen on here is a plug in lan box. with a built in monitor. and stuff. a system like that with a UPS would be heavy as balls.
post #19702 of 36896
My shoulders are ready. And what kind of balls are you referring to? Foam, paper, cheese, steel, brass, lead, depleted uranium, osmium, neutron star?
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post #19703 of 36896
Quote:
what kind of balls are you referring to?

Felix Baumgartner sized.

Edited by Jixr - 1/2/14 at 1:42pm
post #19704 of 36896
Okay so this is the Leopold fc660c topre switch keyboard I received recently, now the key caps I modded it with are from E.K., and are Realforce Keyboard key caps. Now, normally they would not fit on all the keys for the Leopold fc660c, but if you are okay with using the spare key caps and having a few enlarge spaces between a couple key then this is what it will look like. I personally did not think of this, I got this from a friend I have made through youtube and geekhack(will not be giving his name but just thought I would credit him). Now I think it actually look quite good, and since there is not many references to this keyboard with photos..I thought I would share a few. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by Travellerr - 1/2/14 at 3:17pm
post #19705 of 36896
Okay so this is the Leopold fc660c topre switch keyboard I received recently, now the key caps I modded it with are from E.K., and are Realforce Keyboard key caps. Now, normally they would not fit on all the keys for the Leopold fc660c, but if you are okay with using the spare key caps and having a few enlarge spaces between a couple key then this is what it will look like. I personally did not think of this, I got this from a friend I have made through youtube and geekhack(will not be giving his name but just thought I would credit him). Now I think it actually look quite good, and since there is not many references to this keyboard with photos..I thought I would share a few.



A couple more in comparison with a more standard mechanical keyboard, the Quickfire Rapid. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Now I do have some custom key caps for the QFR from WASD, but I got lazy and haven't transferred them from another keyboard.
Also, the Leopold has dye-sublimated pbt key caps added to the keyboard and they are quite nice. I like the bit of heaviness they add to the key stroke if that makes sense explaining it like so. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by Travellerr - 1/2/14 at 3:23pm
post #19706 of 36896
This will be the last of the photos, I apologize if the quality isn't as good as some photos because it was taken with my cell. Now the main difference I can see in terms of the bottom other than the DIP switch is the fact that the legs of the Leopold feel of nicer quality and also have rubber on the ends of them to give a bit more stability on your desk when the legs are up Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by Travellerr - 1/2/14 at 3:24pm
post #19707 of 36896
Please use the "Edit this post" button in the bottom left hand corner and put pictures in spoilers if there are more than 5 of them, it keeps the thread tidy and easy to read.
post #19708 of 36896
I apologize I have never posted pics on the thread here,
post #19709 of 36896
OKay I think I did an okay job of cleaning up the mess I made, like I said I have never posted pictures in this thread or any on OCN, so I apologize for posting so sloppy, but at least it looks better than it did.
post #19710 of 36896
That looks better, but if you want to make it even easier, you could just do multiple images in a single spoiler like this:
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Originally Posted by TravellerrΒ View Post

Okay so this is the Leopold fc660c topre switch keyboard I received recently, now the key caps I modded it with are from E.K., and are Realforce Keyboard key caps. Now, normally they would not fit on all the keys for the Leopold fc660c, but if you are okay with using the spare key caps and having a few enlarge spaces between a couple key then this is what it will look like. I personally did not think of this, I got this from a friend I have made through youtube and geekhack(will not be giving his name but just thought I would credit him). Now I think it actually look quite good, and since there is not many references to this keyboard with photos..I thought I would share a few.

A couple more in comparison with a more standard mechanical keyboard, the Quickfire Rapid. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Now I do have some custom key caps for the QFR from WASD, but I got lazy and haven't transferred them from another keyboard.
Also, the Leopold has dye-sublimated pbt key caps added to the keyboard and they are quite nice. I like the bit of heaviness they add to the key stroke if that makes sense explaining it like so.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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