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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

That looks like what a game streamer would set up his computer desk as.


Never stream a day in my life. I have all the equips so might as well put them to good use.  I have a few tablets so having this one somewhere on the desk help me keep it charged, in a convenient place for me to use it and I can easily take it with me when I move to the sofa.  Find it easier than using my laptop for many tasks.


Originally Posted by SoupRKnowva View Post

isnt the shimian monitor amazing??? Ive been freaking loving mine ever since i got it a couple months ago


Absolutely!  The screen is just beautiful and the extra real estate over my 24" is so worth it..  Excellent price/performance ratio.  Was thinking of getting a Dell 27 or maybe even a 30 but for less than 1/3 of their price, I am very very happy with them.

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I'm rocking an original Logitech G15 I picked up on craigslist a while ago. I've heard reports of people saying it's got reliability issues, such as with letters rubbing off, but I've never had any of it. When I first got it the backlight used to flicker a bit once in a while but I haven't had that happen in a while. I don't really use it for gaming, but I like the fact I can use it to find keys in the dark with the backlight.

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TERA online on Head-Fi... Hmm.


As much as I wanted alternative keys for my Steelseries, it seems that none are available.

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some guy used keys from wasdkeyboards for his steelseries 6gv2 keyboard if that's what you have.

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Sadly my keyboard is UK layout with a strange Enter key. =/

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Why end might ask civil again spoil.

Edited by writereviews - 8/4/12 at 2:18am
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ThinkPad keyboards ftw.

T42>T61>T410 (best yet)


Plus, red trackpoint is da bomb!

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Mechanical or nothing. I own three and made this guide not too long ago.

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teamliquider hi!


I own a das, brown switches. Nothing special like custom caps or anything...just a pleasant keyboard.

post #670 of 1827

MIne too! This is the iOne XArmor u9bl-s with cherry brown keys, with 4 level backlit keys and audio/usb pass through.

Bought it need a bit diy at the ps/2 which explains the red heatshrink.  Yea there's definitely no going back :D


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Finally scored a Filco tenkeyless with blue cherry switches (the clicky type).  Amazon was out of stock for a long time, but there seems to be a full restock now.  After using it for a few days, I think I like the clicky switches better than the "tactile" brown cherry switches on my other keyboard.  I definitely and without a doubt prefer the compact size of the tenkeyless version.

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I love the look of the tenkeyless, but as a physics student, I do a lot of number entry. I'm considering picking up a cheaper mechanical keyboard, not for gaming but for typing (i write in my spare time), but I can't decide between browns, blues, or blacks

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^ if you are writing a lot, blacks may be too stiff.  Are you in the US?  If so, do you live near a Fry's Electronics?  If so, you might be able to try out some keyboards with blue, black, and red switches.  The last time I went there, they had all of those to try out.


I type all day at work, and the browns are great.  It's too early to tell whether I like blues more or less, but both seem to do just fine for typing.  The blues are significantly louder than the browns if that makes any difference to you.


I will most likely be selling my full size WASD keyboard with brown switches (see my previous posts in this thread).  If you are interested, shoot me a PM.

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im thinking about getting the KBT race, but i want  to get custom keycaps. Anyone know if WASD keycaps are work with the backlight, and the sorta weird configuration of the RACE ?

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Loving my new filco cool.gif

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