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I had uploaded my Das a couple weeks ago, but that's gone now. I want to join the club with my Filco Majestouch Ninja Tenkeyless!

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How much better would you say it is than the das?
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post #2923 of 35863
Quote:
Originally Posted by magna224;13941014 
How much better would you say it is than the das?

I don't really know if I can say that it's better. They're both very good keyboards, but what it really boils down to is preference.

I like the keycaps a lot more obviously because of the way they're printed. I like that the housing isn't glossy.. I had to wipe the keyboard off constantly when I had the das. I like that the level adjustment has rubber feet on it so that it is 100% stable (this thing doesn't even budge in the slightest bit, where as my das could still from time to time budge).

There's little nuances that the Filco has that make it a little more unique than the Das one. But in terms of typing performance they're both the same really. Both have good construction and quality.
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post #2924 of 35863
Just got my das professional silent in the mail today. Had to bring it to work to open it, but using it now and I love it.

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post #2925 of 35863
1. What is HHKB?

2. It the Das Professional Silent quieter than the Deck Legend Frost (MX Cherry Clear switches)?

3. The "RAZER Black USB Wired BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keyboard" is on sale at New Egg for $99.99 with free shipping, using promo code EMCYTZT549, today only. What kind of switches does this kb use?
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post #2926 of 35863
The Razer Blackwidows use Cherry MX Blues.
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post #2927 of 35863
1. HHKB stands for Happy Hacking Keyboard
e.g.
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2. The DAS Silent Pro uses Cherry MX Browns -

The comparison from the guide here seems to indicate Browns will be quieter:

Cherry MX Brown Switches
attachment.php?attachmentid=197803&stc=1&d=1298910971
Type: Tactile Switch
Link: Datasheet
Tactile: Yes
Clicky: No
Actuation Force: 45g (55g Peak Force) (Force Diagram)
Key Travel: 2mm to actuation, 4mm to bottom
Cherry MX Brown switches are considered a middle ground between typing and "gaming" switches. They have a light, tactile feel half way through the key press that lets you know the switch has activated. This gives you an indication of what you can release the switch. The switch is considered a middle ground because the reset point & actuation point are close enough together than you can "float" at that point, enabling you to double tap faster.

As a note: this switch actually has a peak force of 55G, it is 45G at the point of actuation. This is due to the design of the Cherry switch itself.


Cherry MX Clear Switches
attachment.php?attachmentid=197804&stc=1&d=1298910971
Type: Tactile Switch
Link: Datasheet
Tactile: Yes
Clicky: No
Actuation Force: 55g (65G peak force) (Force Diagram)
Key Travel: 2mm to actuation, 4mm to bottom
Cherry MX Clear switches have often been called "stiffer browns" though some users note that they have more of a tactile feel than browns do. This really can be a subjective topic, though this is another switch that could be considered "ballanced." The force required is comparable to most rubber dome keyboards, with a nice tactile feedback to tell you the key has actuated. These switches are harder to find on keyboards.



3. Razer Black widows use Cherry MX Blue (Tactile/Clicky/Noisy).

Edited by subnet - 6/20/11 at 6:47pm
post #2928 of 35863
Thanks for the wonderful explication, subnet. +rep.
Edited by ehume - 6/20/11 at 8:13pm
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Cherry makes their own keyboards. How are they?

And how can I figure out which ones have MX Brown or MX Clear keys?
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post #2930 of 35863
Remove the keycaps and look at the switches. They are named after their color.
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