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post #1186 of 1616
It's probably the more is better marketing strategy. Most manufacturers don't want to be seen as "removing" features.
That said my parents bought a small lenovo desktop recently and it included a wireless tkl keyboard. Scissor switches as well, not shabby for an included keyboard.
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

It's probably the more is better marketing strategy. Most manufacturers don't want to be seen as "removing" features.
That said my parents bought a small lenovo desktop recently and it included a wireless tkl keyboard. Scissor switches as well, not shabby for an included keyboard.


Not bad at all....Well, until recently the Thinkpads used to have the best keyboards around, I still have one, and the feel is amazing for a laptop. Until apple came around and screwed everyone with their chicklet style keyboard, so others too had to follow in order to make competing products. I hate to see lenovo going for the chicklet style keyboards in the new models.

post #1188 of 1616

I have an uncle who uses his thinkpad as an ashtray as well as a laptop......

thinkpads rock man!!!!

post #1189 of 1616
I actually use the number pad whenever I'm entering more than 2 numbers. I find it much more useful than using the set of numbers along the top...
post #1190 of 1616
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Not bad at all....Well, until recently the Thinkpads used to have the best keyboards around, I still have one, and the feel is amazing for a laptop. Until apple came around and screwed everyone with their chicklet style keyboard, so others too had to follow in order to make competing products. I hate to see lenovo going for the chicklet style keyboards in the new models.

I love how the Thinkpad keyboards feel when typing on them.  Really enjoy the one I own for personal use and my work laptop.  

post #1191 of 1616
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I actually use the number pad whenever I'm entering more than 2 numbers. I find it much more useful than using the set of numbers along the top...

Same, but I rarely have to type more than two numbers outside of reports and spreadsheets. That's why my 60% is on the top of my desk your old Ducky is on the pull out keyboard drawer.

post #1192 of 1616

For laptop, I love the ThinkPad design (original from IBM, Lenovo modified a bit but still fine).

For desktop, lots of choices, using Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2013 Stealth now but thinking of looking for new name.

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For desktop, lots of choices, using Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2013 Stealth now but thinking of looking for new name.

The Ducky Shine 2 is great. Although if you use all the gaming features you could be better off with something like the Corasir K90 or the Gigabyte Osmium.

post #1194 of 1616
Razer Blackwidow Ultimate.
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xpost from the anime thread.
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First speed test I did with this: 53 WPM. That's impressive I should say. q

That's a HPE 87 (and obviously Red Cherry MX).

I have to say I adapted fairly quickly I have to say.
Edited by jgray91 - 5/16/13 at 3:16am
post #1196 of 1616

I fell in love with my Reds. I can't stand anything else anymore. It is simply a pleasure to type on.

 

My Logitech G5 is dead. I need a new mouse, the most ergonomic gaming mouse available. Is there a Mouse-fi, too?

beerchug.gif

post #1197 of 1616
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I fell in love with my Reds. I can't stand anything else anymore. It is simply a pleasure to type on.

 

My Logitech G5 is dead. I need a new mouse, the most ergonomic gaming mouse available. Is there a Mouse-fi, too?

beerchug.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/t/627598/pc-enthusiast-fi-pc-gaming-parts-overclocking/1800#post_9443092

 

Try these guys. The G400 is one of the recommendations I hear a lot around the net. I think there's this "perfect sensor guide" on a forum somewhere. (overclockers?)

post #1198 of 1616

I have a Das Ultimate Silent. Cherry Browns. Been serving me for the past 3 years and is in need of new keycaps.

post #1199 of 1616

Try a set of PBT keycaps, those will last you quite a long time and I personally prefer the feel of PBT over ABS. 

post #1200 of 1616
So I got a modded QFR, and am trading my ducky for a purr with reds. Gonna get a separate tk pad and some toxic keys from a Gb for them. Also, need like 15 more red stems if any one has some to spare, as well as I'm getting some 40a-l orings and bought some Korean 55g springs for the Reds... : ultra light red FTW! Now to wait till they come in... frown.gif
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