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It seems to me that the uses of mechanical keyboards are not similar to the uses of wireless keyboards. Neither gaming nor typing would be enhanced by lack of wires. But a good option might be something like the lenovo with nub that is so loved in laptops.
 
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post #12 of 12
Mechanical Keyboards + Wireless...in my opinion that'd be an extremely niche market. You certainly wouldn't use it in say HTPC situations and such. The only places that I think it would really work out is for neat freaks that want to minimize wire usage or so.

However, considering that, I'm sure that the idea is probably worth $20 over a standard wired keyboard
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