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well.. you kinda need it to be water resistant. Up to 300m if possible.
    
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i7 920 Doh eVGA 759 Classy Gigabyte GTX 470 6 gb Mushkin Blackline 
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Realforce 86ub + HHKbp2 Silverstone Zeus 850W Ravenfish Rayzor Naga | Sseries Xai 
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post #22 of 22
i recently purchased a lycosa for the slim keys. i read about the problems people had with it but i decided to try it anyways. i got the same problems with it, wmp starts randomly and repeatedly and keys stick and keyboard is unresponsive until replugged. i absolutely love the keys though. i uninstalled the software and it fixed the problems. but it leaves me with and 85 dollar keyboard without any features.

so now i have been looking at the x4. i was wondering if anyone who has an x4 has also had a lycosa because i want to know if the keys are as slim as the lycosas. i have not been able to find an x4 to try it out. i tried an x6 at frys so if someone has tried and x4 and x6 it would be nice to know if the keys are the same height on both of them.

i also know i wont mind the texture of the x4. which looks like the shiny texture similar to the keybaord on my dv7 laptop.

any insight would be greatly appreciated
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