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Should at least beat Xarmor or Ducky quality.
Being a Swedish company, likely can beat them at least with a decent ISO layout.
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Sounds like you got a bad mouse, because my Naos 5000 doesn't have any of those issues.
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.
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post #23 of 145
There are LOTS of keyboard OEM/ODMs other than iOne/Qtronix.

Plus software makes a BIG difference in gaming keyboards.

Unless of course you have a Steelseries mechanical. Or a Deck. Or a Xarmor. Or...
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There are LOTS of keyboard OEM/ODMs other than iOne/Qtronix.

Plus software makes a BIG difference in gaming keyboards.

Unless of course you have a Steelseries mechanical. Or a Deck. Or a Xarmor. Or...
Who have made backlit mechanicals so far? TG3 and iOne. I don't think this is TG3.

For backlit keyboards there are only three ways I know of to do the keycaps: transparent plastic that's been pad printed (in which case everyone will complain and call it crap); doubleshot; and the cell phone method. Doubleshot is nice, but way too expensive to let someone compete with XArmor and Razer. So that leaves the cell phone method. Which keyboard OEM is already set up for that method and is doing it in high enough quantity to be cheaper than anyone else? Clue: it starts with an "i" and ends with a "one".
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Clue: it starts with an "i" and ends with a "one".
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Your logic is flawed. Ione is a moon of Saturn. Therefore any number of OEMs can produce the keyboard.
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Your logic is flawed. Ione is a moon of Saturn. Therefore any number of OEMs can produce the keyboard.
You mean Io, and it's a moon of Jupiter.
post #28 of 145
Made you look it up.

Any number of OEMs could make the keyboard.
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post #29 of 145
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Any number of OEMs could make the keyboard.
But the [i]one with more field experience is surely better than a "parvenu".
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the texture on the keycaps for the Mionix look very similar to that of the xarmor
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