Originally Posted by admflameberg
I had this keyboard in my sights as well because of it being a cheaper mechincal keyboard without key pressing limited, for when your playing a game and have other keys press down and be able to hit another key without it not doing any thing.
If another company had a mechincal keyboard with that feature and was cheap and not 100+ dollars then I wouldnt mind using another keyboard.
@EmMure the thing is your post and your avator makes your look like a pr rep for the company,if you do run around the forums into the different keyboard threads and bash any thing that isnt steel series.
Did you type on the keyboard your self? or just talk to your friend about it like you mention.
The Das Model S comes in 4 different flavors
and can sometimes be purchased brand new for like $99.99. I recommend asking in the Mechanical Keyboard Guide to see if anyone knows of any deals on the Das Model S series. It is a superior product to the Razer BlackWidows because Razer used iOne as their OEM and the Das Model S uses Costar
who also manufactures the CST-104 which is the foundation for keyboards like the Filco Majestouch boards as well as that new Rosewill RK-9000.
Originally Posted by EmMure
district*w.e its spelled,no im not a rep for steelseries lol i wish i was they do have their NA office here thou hha
He's making fun of anyone who is a District Manager at Best Buy by calling them a "Distract" Manager. I don't know what he's trying to say by it, but meh - he's just another person making fun of Best Buy (but I don't blame him).