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Mechanical keyboards
« on: Saturday, May 29, 2010, 00:56:57 AM »
I have found a place that sells them! Ive been looking cause I am hoping to get one one day, with out spending more than my computer cost. These are priced ok 135$ isn't a to outlandish of a price for a mech keyboard.,majestouch_104key[/img][/url]
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Re: Mechanical keyboards
« Reply #1 on: Saturday, May 29, 2010, 03:56:30 AM »
Yea, they're "better" than a Logitech gaming product. It may sound overdramatic but I'm so lost as to what to do for a keyboard. I had 2 Microsoft Natural Elite PS/2 ones, fried one and now I'm using the older clunky one. I want one of the new ones (7000 or something) but seeing that there's nicer and longer lasting ones out there, I'm not sure what to do. I'm 100% used to the split layout and as far as I can tell, Microsoft is the only one that provides it. I get flustered and say to hell with it, the one I have works. Same with my mouse :( Anyway, thanks for the link, it will help broaden my view :)
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