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thank you individually
I want a complete layout keyboard 104 kays

what's with the key noise in mechanical keyboard
extra key noise is sometimes purposefully designed into mechanical switches in order to provide auditory feedback (usually in tandem with tactile feedback) upon key registration to help your brain better recognize a successful keystroke with the goal of improving typing pleasure/comfort/speed

of course not everyone appreciates the noise and thus there are several other switch type options to choose from that aren't quite as noisy
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1 - almost EVERY logitech board has abysmally bad keys.
Almost...

The perfectstroke ones are likely one of the best keyboards out there
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The noise changes depending on the kind of switches you decide to go with. There are comparisons on youtube that might help you understand the difference in sound. Such as

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The perfectstroke ones are likely one of the best keyboards out there
Ho ho ho.
Edited by ch_123 - 4/25/11 at 11:57am
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I am using a Logitech Ultra-flat keyboard and it is great.
It is really cheap and I love it. It is realy enjoyable to type
Also, the keyboard is really small and thin!
    
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^
about the video posted up I could say I'm more lean to the
"i-Rocks 6570 Wireless with scissor switches"

cause it's wireless for start and soft/delicate touch keys
so I'm guessing I'm not looking for a mechanic keyboard

Zero4549

thanks for the replay that has a lot of info to be processed to a guy is still a entering the
mechanic keyboard world, could you explain in simple words please ...
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^
about the video posted up I could say I'm more lean to the
"i-Rocks 6570 Wireless with scissor switches"

cause it's wireless for start and soft/delicate touch keys
so I'm guessing I'm not looking for a mechanic keyboard

Zero4549

thanks for the replay that has a lot of info to be processed to a guy is still a entering the
mechanic keyboard world, could you explain in simple words please ...
"Cherry Blue" switches are used on the keyboard in that video. You might still consider a "Cherry Brown" switch keyboard before you write off mechanical keyboards altogether. These are highly rated as a great "beginner" mech keyboard, with brown switches: http://elitekeyboards.com/products.p...&pid=fc200rtab
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