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Here are a couple pictures of a couple of my Mechanical Keyboards that I own.

One is a Filco Zero series with XM White switches and the other is a Sigg space saver with the same switches I believe.... but it feels a lot different than the Filco... I might be wrong on what the Sigg has for switches. I cannot seem to find the site that I purchased it from.

All I know is that I like not having a 10 key on my keyboards. Its kinda pointless for me to have a 10 key on the right side, since I'm left handed and like having the 10 key on the left side of my keyboard.



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^ Added and welcome to the club!
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im debating either getting HHKB pro 2 and a real force trope tenkeyless, since they're about the same price.. which is better? i know they use the same switches but just wanted to know which is more recommended. it'll be used for my mac since im also waiting for a leopold tenkeyless tactical touch for my gaming pc.

oh yeah, forgot to mention. i have a rosewill rk-9000 and by the end of the month a leopold tenkeyless, can i be added?
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im debating either getting HHKB pro 2 and a real force trope tenkeyless, since they're about the same price.. which is better? i know they use the same switches but just wanted to know which is more recommended. it'll be used for my mac since im also waiting for a leopold tenkeyless tactical touch for my gaming pc.

oh yeah, forgot to mention. i have a rosewill rk-9000 and by the end of the month a leopold tenkeyless, can i be added?
Basically if you are going to travel with it, get the HHKB. If it's for your desk, get the Realforce.
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Just got my Filco Majestouch Linear R Limited in today. Basically just a tenkeyless majestouch with cherry mx reds. Love these switches for gaming as my fingers get fatigued easily,and they are super rare.

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any u9bl-s owners here? pics/thoughts?
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I've used the reds and I can say it's all 100% hype on the switches.

Unless you like very light, bouncy switches that give no feedback unless you bottom out; they're not for you.


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oh yeah, forgot to mention. i have a rosewill rk-9000 and by the end of the month a leopold tenkeyless, can i be added?
Please post picture of both when you get the Leopold. I'll just add your Rosewill to the list for now.

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Just got my Filco Majestouch Linear R Limited in today. Basically just a tenkeyless majestouch with cherry mx reds. Love these switches for gaming as my fingers get fatigued easily,and they are super rare.
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I've used the reds and I can say it's all 100% hype on the switches.

Unless you like very light, bouncy switches that give no feedback unless you bottom out; they're not for you.
I like the reds. Yes they are very light and provide no tactile feedback. However, they are very fluid and nice and quiet. They are basically linear browns.

I wouldn't say that reds are hype, as the point of all the cherry switches is they all tailor to someone's personal preference. For me, I wanted a linear keyboard for gaming, but something light as blacks fatigued my fingers quite a bit.
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I like the reds. Yes they are very light and provide no tactile feedback. However, they are very fluid and nice and quiet. They are basically linear browns.

I wouldn't say that reds are hype, as the point of all the cherry switches is they all tailor to someone's personal preference. For me, I wanted a linear keyboard for gaming, but something light as blacks fatigued my fingers quite a bit.
There are some people that the Reds are a perfect match for . However, most people would probably prefer another switch. A lot of the high regard for them came from the fact that they were so rare.

Hopefully with everyone buying this limited edition red, they add at least one board with MX reds to their lineup though.
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