Published on 18th December 2011 by
Originally Posted by The_BeastIf it came with Cherry browns instead of reds I'd consider buying it more, since I'm looking at getting a mech keyboard soon. The only other thing that bugs me is the membrane F keys :(
It does looks really neat but I think I'm going to get the DAS w/ browns.
Originally Posted by PookeyheadNo backlighting... and silver. :( Shame, because it looks like a good keyboard.
Originally Posted by longweightBUT THE HORRIBLE SHINY BODY THAT YOU CAN'T KEEP CLEAN!
I pre-ordered this and then cancelled it when I heard that it wasn't fully mechanical. Going to get a Filco tenkeyless ninja :) just not sure whether I need the feedback of the browns for typing (keyboard for work not gaming).
Originally Posted by ZeDestructorMy keyboard has no backlighting, and only engraved keys, no paint. I look down even less than ever now... Its also completely black, so no use even looking down in anything but bright light.
EDIT: nice rig btw I'm so envious.
Originally Posted by The_BeastI can forgive the glossy if I can get a student discount ;)
I'm still looking at the Filco and Ducky brand keyboards.
Originally Posted by longweightI very nearly went for the das but I am glad I didn't in the end. I am still building up the courage to spend £120 on a keyboard, I know it will be worth it though!
Originally Posted by The_BeastSince my first post I've been looking at keyboards all night long. I'm not done but this one looks like a winner.
As far as spending some coin on a keyboard, look at it as an investment. Membrane keyboards are rated for 1 million keystrokes and they last 2-5years. Mechanical switches are rated for 20-50 million keystrokes, so they should last 40-250 years based on membrane life times
Originally Posted by andrew8200mI couldn't agree with the above review more! After using mine for the past 6 weeks or so I must say that using anything other than the K60 feels like a chore!
Nice one Bit-tech! :)
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