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post #631 of 1595
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Originally Posted by OnyxVulpe View Post

I'm planning to get a Das Keyboard Model S Ultimate Silent soon, along side whatever I finally decide on for my entry into this headphone world.

Do note that Das Keyboard has shiny plastic which doesn't look very nice after you've used it for a while. That's the primary reason for not getting one myself. Other than that it's a really nice board.
post #632 of 1595
Well my current keyboard I believe is the same. I don't notice it much because I have it in a tray so there is rarely any light to really show that it's dirty. The keys are more of an issue for me.

I'm over the whole backlit thing, but I'll be paying a lot more for a keyboard with less features and blank keys.
post #633 of 1595

I has a Razer Blackwidow (non ultimate)

 

I really like the feel of Cherry MX Blues (and the sound). But the font is horrible and the gloss is even worse.

 

Let's hope my new Superlux HD681's isolate enough sound I don't hear the 'clicks'

post #634 of 1595

I have two Das Keyboards- Pro (clicky, Cherry MX blue switches) and Silent (quiet, Cherry MX brown switches).  I love the clicky one.  Anyway, both of mine are about a year old.  Will check to see how they are holding up. 

post #635 of 1595

Ive got the Leopold with the 10-key in MX-Brown switches, and it took me a while to get used to it, but now i have the hardest time typing on regular keyboards at all. I did quite a bit of research to determine which brand made the best mechanical keyboards and went with them.

post #636 of 1595

I use a DAS Keyboard Ultimate S (Chery Mx Blue Version with no writing on the keys). I love it, it's amazing for typing and playing games.

post #637 of 1595

I use a Razer Lycosa Mirror.Although it's not mechanical, it's a great keyboard

post #638 of 1595

What do you guys think of the SideWinder X4 for gaming? New egg has a new cool master Cherry Brown for about $115, but that's pretty much my keyboard+mouse+mouse pad budget <.< so I'm hoping to get a nice gaming keyboard cheapily

 

So how is the Side Winder X4

post #639 of 1595

I have a sidewinder x6 and thought it was an OK keyboard. Not good not bad.

post #640 of 1595
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

What do you guys think of the SideWinder X4 for gaming? New egg has a new cool master Cherry Brown for about $115, but that's pretty much my keyboard+mouse+mouse pad budget <.< so I'm hoping to get a nice gaming keyboard cheapily

 

So how is the Side Winder X4

Here's a cheaper board

http://www.vendio.com/stores/E-sports-Gaming-equipments/item/mechanical-keyboard-plu/plu-87-mini-mechanical-gaming-/lid=18974500

 

I'd recommend that you save your money for a little longer and get a mechanical, most rubber dome keyboards (especially ones targeted at gamers) are a waste of money.

post #641 of 1595
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Originally Posted by loremipsum View Post

Here's a cheaper board

http://www.vendio.com/stores/E-sports-Gaming-equipments/item/mechanical-keyboard-plu/plu-87-mini-mechanical-gaming-/lid=18974500

 

I'd recommend that you save your money for a little longer and get a mechanical, most rubber dome keyboards (especially ones targeted at gamers) are a waste of money.


Point taken, plus I like that it's a cherry brown and under $100

post #642 of 1595

Using the Logicool(Logitech goes by Logicool in Japan) Dinovo Edge

The keys have a nice feel but I do miss the 10 key once in a while(especially for work) and it was the only wireless English keyboard I could get my hands quickly on. Only thing negative is that I do lose Bluetooth connectivity about once/twice a week or so but I think this may be related to my USB ports, I need to push the button on the USB dongle everytime this occurs so the fix is not too bad.

 

Looks like this:Logitech_Dinovo_Edge.jpg


Edited by Donnyhifi - 5/25/12 at 8:33am
post #643 of 1595

... Only corded keyboards for gaming! It sucks when they die <.< so DON'T take that chance

post #644 of 1595
It's good to remember that the overwhelming majority of computer users (and typists in general) couldn't care less about a keyboard's performance vis-a-vis gaming.
post #645 of 1595
My Das Ultimate Silent came in today and it's pretty awesome. Might take a few days to get a hold of the placement of the keys and angle compared to my old keyboard but it feels so nice. Hopefully the texture stays for a longer time compared to the weird soft texture on the Lycosa.
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