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Another rubber dome option could be the "i-rocks KR-6820E-BK".

It's only 25 USD on newegg, so should be cheap if you can find it in your country. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-015-_-Product

Features 6 key rollover via USB and up to 11 over ps/2 (you only have 10 fingers, good enough xD). Downside is the layout is a bit strange.
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Ripster No keyboard in the list fits what i'm looking for, either too old, too expensive, not for sale in Europe...

And about the I-rocks KR-6820E-BK I don't like the layout yeh, and the one I had is a piece of ****

As I said I used to own some basic keyboards which had key rollover on the keys I mentionned, some of this must exist...
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