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Do any of you know if wireless mechanical keyboards are in production and where I could get one if they are?

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Do any of you know if wireless mechanical keyboards are in production and where I could get one if they are?
Filco makes two bluetooth models - one with Cherry Browns, one with Blacks.

http://www.diatec.co.jp/en/list.php?...1&subcate_sq=5

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Well I just found out that there is a brand new distributor for Filco keyboards here in the states, as of less than a month ago. Currently he only carries the models with browns and blacks, with or without n-key rollover, but he is looking for anyone with interest in a model with Cherry blues, which Filco doesn't even offer but would custom make for him if there's enough people who want them.

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http://www.elitekeyboards.com/

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Filco makes two bluetooth models - one with Cherry Browns, one with Blacks.

http://www.diatec.co.jp/en/list.php?...1&subcate_sq=5
Thanks, I'll check it out.

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He is a good guy! I got some purple key caps from him

Oh and model Ms are great!.
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hey laurie, you have any idea where to get one of those plastic covers for the model m? Not the silicone ones unicomp makes, but the original one.

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I don't think they make one to fit the model M I could be wrong.
There is one that fits over a filco. But it sits over the whole thing.
My one in the pic there on the Realforce was from Korea. Made by Bird electronics.
I might make some myself if I ever get round to it!

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I don't think they make one to fit the model M I could be wrong.
There is one that fits over a filco. But it sits over the whole thing.
My one in the pic there on the Realforce was from Korea. Made by Bird electronics.
I might make some myself if I ever get round to it!
Oh no I don't mean a cover like that (though I can make some for you out of acrylic if you want by the way, I'd just need the dimensions).

I mean like this, its the original one that used to ship with the keyboards back in the day:

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Oh I see. No I dont know where to get them.
You make stuff with acrylic too! Cool.
I do like the one on my realforce. You cant tell from the picture I took I dont think but it is actually made from 3 pieces of acrylic. They are mitred and glued. Its open ended which is odd I think.
I would not be able to do the mitre but I would bevel the edges. Might give it a go.
May I ask what you do with acrylic

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Oh I see. No I dont know where to get them.
You make stuff with acrylic too! Cool.
I do like the one on my realforce. You cant tell from the picture I took I dont think but it is actually made from 3 pieces of acrylic. They are mitred and glued. Its open ended which is odd I think.
I would not be able to do the mitre but I would bevel the edges. Might give it a go.
May I ask what you do with acrylic
Click on project wraith in my sig

I never finished it though, I went on a long vacation then moved as soon as I got back.

And once I get my new rig a few months from now I'll be making a cool looking res for it.

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