Experimentation using VirtualBox.
MX Black's actuation force is fine with me. I'm a pianist and I've used quite a few pianos with rather stiff, resistant keys so my fingers are fine with it. It's just that over time it might cause some fatigue and I don't like using them for every day typing. I like having some sort of tactile bump or click (not that the click matters when I'm wearing headphones or anything. I can still hear it which is nice though. I love the sound!). Problem is though that it might annoy some people around me or give away that I'm on a computer, so I sort of want 2-3 boards, one with MX Green, MX Blue, and MX Brown. $300 for all 3 which is expensive though. I'm probably going to get the new WASD V2 coming out in May and hopefully have it so that the board uses all MX Blue, Brown, or Green and then have the arrows keys switched to MX Black or Red for gaming use since having a click on them messes me up a bit sometimes when playing Dirt 3 since I don't have anything else to use. The thing though is that arrow keys aren't pressure sensitive so I don't see a point in me for doing that, and I'm going to be primarily using a gamepad.
I mean that instead of quoting you like I am. I would post an original post about a topic.
Got a Razer Blackwidow 2013 Ultimate.
OMFG. I need to buy from Best Buy more. I just realized that they ACTUALLY don't care. And will price match whatever the hell it is you want.
I showed them the new ad from Amazon where some dude was selling it for $115 and BAM. Add in my gift cards and bam. Got it for $47
Yes, this is the 2013 model.
I know these things have QC problems. But I don't care. Why? I bought it from Best Buy. 30 day return policy with a policy on you can return it however the F it was. They don't check.
That's what you said when you were typing on my Filco.
Eh, I probably won't spend more than $500-$700 (still a lot, considering I built my desktop for that much). With Intel's Haswell though, as far as they've shown with the HD4000, it might actually bring some light gaming to Ultrabooks without discrete/dedicated graphics.