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post #31 of 1647
It's almost surprising how many people have mechanical keyboards here, but being a place with obsessive compulsive geeks, I guess I should've seen it coming.
post #32 of 1647
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Originally Posted by Trysaeder View Post
It's almost surprising how many people have mechanical keyboards here, but being a place with obsessive compulsive geeks, I guess I should've seen it coming.
Mechanical meaning wired keyboards? That's because they're more reliable and better for gaming or productivity.
post #33 of 1647
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Originally Posted by fenixdown110 View Post
Mechanical meaning wired keyboards? That's because they're more reliable and better for gaming or productivity.
Not Quite.
Mechanical Keyboard Guide - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
post #34 of 1647
Logitech G11 here, fantastic keyboard.
post #35 of 1647
OK. So I'm in the process of building a media PC that will be hooked up to my home theater. I'm looking for a wireless keyboard (bluetooth would be preferred but not required) that has a built in touchpad. Any suggestions? About the only one I can find is the Logitech DiNovo but I'm not sure I like its design.
post #36 of 1647
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OK. So I'm in the process of building a media PC that will be hooked up to my home theater. I'm looking for a wireless keyboard (bluetooth would be preferred but not required) that has a built in touchpad. Any suggestions? About the only one I can find is the Logitech DiNovo but I'm not sure I like its design.
I can only think of the DiNovo too. A lot of HTPC keyboards should have touchpads though.
post #37 of 1647
Maybe Adesso makes something similar too. I walked around a local Barnes and Nobles and found out the computers have a keyboard with a touch pad on it. The computer froze, so I couldn't really play with it, but IIRC the keyboard has sort of a laptop feel to it, albeit a bit thick.
post #38 of 1647
Planar Head, that link has gotten me back into keyboards. Perhaps instead of the DT880 i'll get a blank Cherry Brown Majestouch.
post #39 of 1647
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Same as mine! But mine is with printed characters. Because a lot of people won't be able to use my pc otherwise =/
isnt that the point?

i already type dvorak and use a trackball... im considering a DAS keyboard to make the ultimate "only Doug can use this computer" build
post #40 of 1647
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Originally Posted by Trysaeder View Post
Planar Head, that link has gotten me back into keyboards. Perhaps instead of the DT880 i'll get a blank Cherry Brown Majestouch.

Glad to get you back in the game. (And say sorry to your wallet for me.)
post #41 of 1647
Been using the original Saitek Eclipse for many years. It's a rock solid keyboard. I've actually seen them in use at two different hospitals on mobile PC stations.
post #42 of 1647
Filco Majestouch Brown and Deck Fire Red 82 key.
post #43 of 1647
Anyone have any experience with the Topre Realforce mechanical/capacitive hybrid keyboards?
post #44 of 1647
Happy Hacking Keyboards use Topre too, IIRC. No such luck for me though, I'm using a IBM M13 and Filco Majestouch with the Browns.
post #45 of 1647
OK, YOU WANT A LAUGH ON ME??? I thought for sure this "Post" was going to be about the fi-members keyboards, as in a piano or organs (thought for sure I'd be seeing someones hamond B3 with a pr.of Leslies).....DAMN, how old am I??? Anyway some nice pics and info about KEYBORADS.........
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