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post #21 of 82
If this had doubleshots, a row of macro keys, and onboard flash memory for macros, then this would be my ideal keyboard.

I'm looking into ordering it.
post #22 of 82
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i actually wonder if they can do 2 shot molded plastic with POM material.
but i really like the way they laser etched they POM key cap.
is laser infill but totally flat infill. i can't feel it with my nail at all.

oh ya, i need to update the review for key cap. biggrin.gif
post #23 of 82
Thread Starter 
added this into OP.
Review are completed
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What's INSIDE?
First thing i want to say is, i love to do review on this keyboard, because it doesn't have any warranty sticker on it to void your warranty away if you open up the keyboard.
2nd, This key board is totally SCREWLESS.
is SNAP ON. VERY EASY TO OPEN.
it might be a great thing for modder, it might be a bad thing for someone that need a good secure closed keyboard.
The picture show where the snap are. total only 5 snap. and the shell of the keyboard can be open.
The shell is OK. Not very soft, but it is Hard enough to protect the PCB.
and Better then 1087, not that easy to break it.
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Looks Smaller without the shell.
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Pretty Clean Soldering [No IONE issue]
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Is made by September 16, 2010 ? Very NEW product i guess
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Controller.
Simple small little Chip that Provides NKRO.
I have to say, they got a pretty good Engineer or who ever made this little tiny chip, you are Genius!
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USB connector.
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Diodes who make NKRO work
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Metal Plate Mount
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post #24 of 82
I'm gonna state the obvious, what's with the huge font size? If you encounter a moview review in this font size, would you take the reviewer seriously?
post #25 of 82
At first when I saw the picture of the empty box I was like, "Where's the keyboard?"
post #26 of 82
Wow, that USB NKRO is really cool. If I had any extra money I would definitely order one of those.
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Originally Posted by webwit;11851153 
I'm gonna state the obvious, what's with the huge font size? If you encounter a moview review in this font size, would you take the reviewer seriously?

I think it's easier to spot and read between big pictures.

Either way, why do you care?
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post #27 of 82
I don't care but just found an easier way to spot my comments between the noise.
post #28 of 82
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It's a controller chip. 99.9% of keyboards have simple 8 bit ones. I can't read the label of that one so have no idea what they are using. The label is about as low contrast as the BP Oil Slick keys.

Most keyboards are USB 1.1 to the controller (may have a USB 2.0 hub). Sidewinder X4 trivia. It is the only USB 2.0 keyboard I know of.
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post #29 of 82
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mrtn400;11851197 
I think it's easier to spot and read between big pictures.

thanks for explaining that.
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I don't care but just found an easier way to spot my comments between the noise.
i wont really change the font size unless majority of the people want me too.
sorry.
you cant press Ctrl and - together to zoom out your view, make it smaller for you.biggrin.gif
post #30 of 82
Looks like a great board. Just wish it were full sized.
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