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i missed out on the MX CC from Elite Keyboards
i was contemplating getting a Topre one and trying to trade for an MX, but i figured i'd give someone who'll actually use the key a chance instead.

also missed on the 4grabs deal

my quest for a CC lives on.
post #6272 of 36971
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behold my super invisible modifiers!
post #6273 of 36971
They're so invisible they're gone! Man I have to get a poker. tongue.gif
post #6274 of 36971
the skull scared them away
post #6275 of 36971
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behold my super invisible modifiers!


I really like how the 3d click clack looks with your keyboard!
post #6276 of 36971
Lemme In!

Fairly new to the Mech keyboard world (although, my first job, EDS, the keyboard i used daily was a good ol (then new) Model M. I wish I had the forsight to horde a couple hundred). Anyway here are my wallet-killers so far:

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IBM Model M
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First Mech Board, the Good Ol IBM Model M. Its simply the best keyboard ever made.

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IBM Model M (Rubber Dome Version)
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First thrift shop find, another Model M, but this one is not buckling springs but rubber dome. Don't laugh it's simply the best rubber dome keyboard made! I bought this one to sell, but after using it, now way, it goes into the official rotation.

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Dell AT101W
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Along with the rubber dome model m, I also scored a Dell AT101W, my only alps switch board. Another that I was going to sell but changed my mind after using it.

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Coolermaster Quickfire Rapid w/Cherry Biues
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The Coolermaster Quickfire Rapid w/Cherry Biues - Probably the best board for your money right now, a GREAT solid littl board. Sporting the ultra leet Nyan Can complete set :-)

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Rosewill 9800-BL
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and lastly the newest, My Rosewill 9800BL (Cherry Black) In my attempt to have a board representing each cherry switch, I gave a go at the Cherry Blacks. The Rosewill is a suprisingly solid board, nice heft. I found I dont like the switches much, as I prefert a tactile experience. Don't get me wrong, its not a bad board at all, just that the switchs are not for me. If anyone out there has recently purchased a tactile version Rosewill and would like to trade it for a linear switch, lets swap!!!

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post #6277 of 36971
I figured it was probably time to join OCN

Anyways heres is my Poker:

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post #6278 of 36971

^ Hmm... a few familiar names and one Poker case in particular, looks very familiar to me. tongue.gif

 

You're all added to the spreadsheet and welcome to the OCN!

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post #6279 of 36971
whiskers!!!! welcome to OCN! im sure you probably already know who this is biggrin.gif
post #6280 of 36971
^I thought you were talking to me for a second ;P

My Unicomp Ultra Classic just arrived, will post pics later so It can be added to the club. I don't really like the feel, I expected buckling springs to be harder to press.
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