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post #11 of 27
A bit easier to see the printing on this version of it:
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Besides looking "boring" to you, I still think the HHKB best fits your criteria of "small and quiet."

The Topre switches in these are considered by many to be superior to Cherry switches. Though I can't vouch for them personally since I only own Cherry boards.

I look forward to buying one of these someday though!
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post #12 of 27
The HHKB is a pretty awesome keyboard.

Now this is as compact and as quiet as you get. Typing on them isnt exactly amazing.
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post #13 of 27
The HHKB needs Inverted T arrow keys like God intended.

Buy 15 of these for the same price.

Review.
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ORRRR....... go even cheaper.

For $15 this Newegg Rubber Dome has WASD keys and a Gaming Optimized 2KRO gaming matrix as good as any Logitech G series.

Back in Stock finally.

23-201-038-TS?$S640W$
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post #14 of 27
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what the hell. how come this happy hacking keyboard is that expensive ?
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No idea, but what about the Deck 82-key?
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post #16 of 27
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yes. looks very nice but why is it 120 $ and the DealExtreme Tenkeyless only 15 $ ?
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Originally Posted by aGeno;13056672 
yes. looks very nice but why is it 120 $ and the DealExtreme Tenkeyless only 15 $ ?
because mechanical switches cost a lot, the materials in the rest of the board are high quality and expensive, and the DX tenkeyless is a piece of crap with scissor switches.
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Originally Posted by aGeno;13056672 
yes. looks very nice but why is it 120 $ and the DealExtreme Tenkeyless only 15 $ ?

Lolz. The $18 scissor switch keyboard is a magnificant example of leading edge technology that is used in Billions of laptops and due to economies of scales and innovative Chinese manufacturing with a complete lack of marketing expenses brought to consumers worldwide through the generosity of DealExtreme.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823126043&cm_re=logitech_keyboard-_-23-126-043-_-Product

I have this keyboard and it's very very nice. thin and quiet. Although thin may be a different kind of small that you are looking for.
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