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That looks like the Ducky YotD MX Reds with associated Purple LEDs. They had 4 models for the Year of the Dragon, the MX Red model featured purple LEDs.

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Originally Posted by sobe View Post

That looks like the Ducky YotD MX Reds with associated Purple LEDs. They had 4 models for the Year of the Dragon, the MX Red model featured purple LEDs.
yeah, I think so
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Wait, did someone mix up white and purple??? confused.gif
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Wait, did someone mix up white and purple??? confused.gif

That's why I was so confused because I was certain the YotD mx red didnt come with white LEDs
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That's why I was so confused because I was certain the YotD mx red didnt come with white LEDs
Gotcha, I'm still using mah Ducky Shine II MX Blues and White LEDs, I LOVE it!!!! <3
post #1446 of 1639
White LEDs do actually look pretty nice.
Actually started getting used to my topre more now and it's quite nice.
I'd say 35-40g switches would be the sweet spot for me which is disappointing because there aren't any
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Weapon of choice for now is a Corsair Vengeance K65.. Nice little thing with cherry red switches. I like it, it might stay for longer then 6 months which is unusual for me :P

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Originally Posted by Arvan View Post
 

Weapon of choice for now is a Corsair Vengeance K65.. Nice little thing with cherry red switches. I like it, it might stay for longer then 6 months which is unusual for me :P

My brother has this board, it's very solid and looks pretty stylish.  He was influenced by myself :p but he loves it so far.

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I switched to using a 19-yr-old Compaq RT101 keyboard that I had sitting around recently, and it's my fave rubberdome board. Sounds epic and feels nice to type on, and is built rather well vs. my Microsoft Natural Elite board. http://www.ebay.com/itm/COMPAQ-COMPUTER-KEYBOARD-RT101-small-ibm-style-plug-grey-/150720445344?pt=PCA_Mice_Trackballs&hash=item2317a37ba0

 

Basically, it's one of the better rubberdome boards, using this type of dome switch: http://deskthority.net/wiki/NMB_dome_with_slider

 

It uses black sliders with green domes, but it's the same type of dome switch.

 

Second fave rubberdome board is the Dell Quietkey, which is also a really nice board, but the RT101 takes it as far as rubberdome boards go. I wanna get a Model M buckling spring keyboard though.


Edited by HPuser9083 - 12/11/13 at 10:42am
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This thread's been quiet for a while...

 

(1996 Model M, Logitech G500)

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This thread's been quiet for a while...

 

(1996 Model M, Logitech G500)

+1

 

No new boards here...until the parts for my GH60 arrive that is :cool:

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Some Cherry MX red Chinese KB that I don't remember that's cheap relatively and damn old still working Kensington Orbit analogue trackball. Loving the trackball though.

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Thinking of replacing stock keycaps

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Thinking of replacing stock keycaps

You can't go wrong with thick PBT, or vintage Cherry doubleshot...check out geekhack.org in their group buy and classifieds forums (or maybe Deskthority.net if you are EU) as you can sometimes find good deals there on new production and vintage sets.  Your layout is standard ANSI so finding replacements should be easy as those are more common.

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Originally Posted by modulor View Post
 

You can't go wrong with thick PBT, or vintage Cherry doubleshot...check out geekhack.org in their group buy and classifieds forums (or maybe Deskthority.net if you are EU) as you can sometimes find good deals there on new production and vintage sets.  Your layout is standard ANSI so finding replacements should be easy as those are more common.

http://www.keypop.net/product/pre-order-coffee-set

 

This is something that ive been looking for but it has been sold out for like 6 months,..

 

And yeah i switched to ANSI (US layout) and i just use single keybind to switch back to finnish layout to use scandinavian letters.

 

Programming is a lot more comfortable with US layout anyways :cool:

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