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God damn international shipping rates.
I wish imsto used freight with no insurance instead of Fedex with insurance
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What kind of switches did you get?
I got the blues. They are so nice to type on. And the funny thing is that I got it just in time to write 3 final essays

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Hey Behemoth777: nice avatar, slughead!
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This post is an update of how I feel about my Das Keyboard: Professional Model S.

This keyboard has faithfully served me for three months so far, and although it could use some dusting, it's as fine now as it was on the day that I got it. The build quality is superb. The keys feel the same now as they did on the day that it arrived in the mail, despite the hundreds and hundreds of pages of college essay that have been typed on these cherry blue keys.

Great keyboard, would recommend it to anyone. Probably the best $130 I've ever spent. (aside from the $120 of AMD stock I picked up a few months ago. Got triple my money back!)
    
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This post is an update of how I feel about my Das Keyboard: Professional Model S.

This keyboard has faithfully served me for three months so far, and although it could use some dusting, it's as fine now as it was on the day that I got it. The build quality is superb. The keys feel the same now as they did on the day that it arrived in the mail, despite the hundreds and hundreds of pages of college essay that have been typed on these cherry blue keys.

Great keyboard, would recommend it to anyone. Probably the best $130 I've ever spent. (aside from the $120 of AMD stock I picked up a few months ago. Got triple my money back!)
I hear ya! I love mine too. And although i've only had to type about 10 pages worth of essays so far on here, I will most likely do more in the days to come. Plus I type and game all the time and now my hands never tire. And now every time I type on a different keyboard, I miss my das. lol
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Running a Deck Legend 105-Key Ice Tactile here. Truly a top-notch product.
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Running a Deck Legend 105-Key Ice Tactile here. Truly a top-notch product.
How is the tactile feel of those switches? Those are the clear switches correct? I'm using the blue switches and I've always wondered what those deck tactile boards felt like.
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How is the tactile feel of those switches? Those are the clear switches correct? I'm using the blue switches and I've always wondered what those deck tactile boards felt like.
I was told Cherry MX Clear switches are basically stiffer Cherry MX Brown switches. the tactile point can be annoying when gaming but not as annoying as the double tap problem with Cherry MX Blue switches.

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good for you Tigr.
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How is the tactile feel of those switches? Those are the clear switches correct? I'm using the blue switches and I've always wondered what those deck tactile boards felt like.
I'm not much use to you—just got into mechanical keyboards myself and this is my first so I can't compare it to others. However, I can tell you Deck uses Cherry MX1A-C1NW "standard mount, soft tactile" switches on their Tactile keyboards. It is softer than I expected [and wanted, at first] but I have grown accustomed to it. I find it far easier to type and game on this Deck than it was on my old Saitek Eclipse, as well as the many Logitechs I've used. I particularly notice I can type my ridiculously long encrypted data storage password much faster without making errors, as silly as that sounds, with the Deck. If I can find a non-tactile Deck to use I will pick it up to compare.
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I'm not much use to you—just got into mechanical keyboards myself and this is my first so I can't compare it to others. However, I can tell you Deck uses Cherry MX1A-C1NW "standard mount, soft tactile" switches on their Tactile keyboards. It is softer than I expected [and wanted, at first] but I have grown accustomed to it. I find it far easier to type and game on this Deck than it was on my old Saitek Eclipse, as well as the many Logitechs I've used. I particularly notice I can type my ridiculously long encrypted data storage password much faster without making errors, as silly as that sounds, with the Deck. If I can find a non-tactile Deck to use I will pick it up to compare.
I know how you feel, I just upgraded to a mechanical keyboard after having a saitek eclipse for about a year. I literally haven't touched that keyboard since I got my das. lol
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Just wanted to post this here for those curious about the difference between Deck's linear and tactile switches (original post at [H]):

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I had the Deck Ice 82-Key Linear keyboard a few months back. The Cherry Black switches on that was very stiff and great for gaming. Now that I have the Tactile Deck Legend with Cherry Whites, it still has a stiff feel but after the click they're much softer. It's great for gaming and typing. I prefer the Tactile version over the Linear version.
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