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Not every mechanical keyboard comes with a key puller

examples are, steelseries 6gv2/7g razer blackwidow/blackwidow ultimate, zowie celeritas
My leo, filco and rosewill didn't come with one either. Had to purchase one from EK.
post #102 of 145
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Does it come with a key puller as shown in the pictures?
Zibal 60 comes with a key puller
post #103 of 145
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From the product page.



Good. I thought the Swedish translation was pretty clear myself.
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Any specified release date???
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post #105 of 145
It's released already, they just fell behind with their shipping. So once they get it back on track they said they would post in here to let us know who is currently carrying them in the US.
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It's released already, they just fell behind with their shipping. So once they get it back on track they said they would post in here to let us know who is currently carrying them in the US.
Its not yet released, the review samples for example are first being shipped may 10-18
post #107 of 145
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Sorry for the delay, we have had some timing issues with our launch and getting this listed i will post back again when its up in the usual places like Newegg, amazon etc
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Its not yet released, the review samples for example are first being shipped may 10-18
Well it should have been released already but there have been delays is what I should have said. At least going by what Mionix has said already.
post #108 of 145
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Hi were working on a PT layout but to start only US, UK, DE and Nordic will be available from mid June. I will post again when i have any more news on more layouts.
You should state that for touch-typists it doesn't matter if the keyboard is UK, DE, SWE or whatever European country: layout is the same. This is very important as plenty of people type properly and thus couldn't care less about the keyboard being DE, SWE or whatever.

Sure, don't show wether its ANSI or ISO as most people will have no clue, but do tell wether the physical layout is the same for all Europe and different in the US as thats what matters when you will enjoy a mech-keybard (aka when you touch-type).
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My mouse isn't bad. Others have reported the squeaky mouse wheel that I also have.

Also, about the buttons, they flex for everyone when you push hard along the side of the button, more noticable with the claw grip as your finger is positioned right over the area that bends. (Caves in). "Caves in" might be a little too harsh though as it only slightly bends inwards. However other mice I have don't have that design flaw.

The only thing wrong with my mouse that may be my fault is that right click cheap feeling, which may be just because I've used the mouse for 4 months under EXTREME use. (I have no life)

I almost forgot that once in a blue moon the mouse will refuse to start up with my PC requiring me to replug it back in. (Also reported by others.)

I HIGHLY doubt I have a bad mouse as many of the things wrong with mine others have experiences also.

Also about the keyboard, everyone seems to be using iOne as their main foundation, I wouldn't be surprised if this is just another Razer Blackwidow with different switches.

My Naos 5000 doesn't have any problems you mentioned although I have read about the squeaky mouse wheel and start up problems.

I disabled usb legacy support and start up my pc from sleep mode with keyboard and works like a champ.If I start with mouse it will not recognize it.Known problem with windows 7 64 bit.

Mouse is awesome so I would think that keyboard would be too.
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You should state that for touch-typists it doesn't matter if the keyboard is UK, DE, SWE or whatever European country: layout is the same. This is very important as plenty of people type properly and thus couldn't care less about the keyboard being DE, SWE or whatever.
Sorry, but I totally disagree with your statement. Unfortunately A LOT OF PEOPLE buys a layout other than their own country due to the inexistence of that layout. At least that’s what happens with people with whom I talk in Portuguese forums, and they have no choice other than buy another layout.

I’ll give you an example: gamming keyboards with the PT layout are just a few, Roccat, Steelseries, and a few Logitech (combo products).
I’ve already owned a Roccat Valo, witch stops from working after a few months. It was with PT layout, backlight, but unfortunately the quality was poor.

I for instance want a keyboard for use in games, and typist. I also need backlight keys, since a lot of time I’m at the home with dim light. And with that kind of light, I will need to know where the first key I strike is.
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