You MAY enjoy topre. Should I take them all? This message was probably typed on a vintage G with blues. That, and old QuietKeys aren’t as common here as, say, boards with blues or Model Ms. However, it has gotten to the point where it has gotten really bad. This last bit is really the kicker, for me, since I prefer an alternative layout. Also, check out this recent thread
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The actuation feel is much more gradual. I’m actually thinking of ordering another kyboard, and selling my bolt modded Ms including my terminal emulator. Are you guys’ Quietkey also like this? IBM “Pingmaster” http: Advanced search wanna switch?
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A better question would be, why necro a 4. I thought that this might be a good reference for me to imagin how the Cherry MX switches feel like before deciding to buy a good one.
Mon, 21 February EscapeVelocity on Thu, 06 August I love my Unicomp. This last bit is really the kicker, for me, since I prefer an alternative layout. Here’s the main block. I used a super-worn model of one and that’s among the best rubber dome boards out there. That, and old QuietKeys aren’t as common here as, say, boards with blues or Model Ms.
BrewCaps on Thu, 06 August Fri, 07 August It has a great, quality feel, and I’ve gamed like a pro on it for a long time. I wrote my impressions of the different switches focusing on gaming from the perspective of my QK: Could anyone here help me on this? Depends on the model you have. This message was probably typed on a vintage G with blues. Should I take them all? Yeah, I think I posted in that one.
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Hated every cheapening feeble useless user-insulting gimmicks of it. Native USB is a huge bonus, as is the ability to have an alternate layout in the firmware for a modest fee. Is there much of a difference? But I was actually asking about what the switches feel like, rather than which of them my keyboard feel similar to Is starting a new thread better than resurrecting an old one?
Also, check out this recent thread I would say the Dell quiet keyboard is a very good keyboard to be a favorite.
Thank’s a lot guys! Hated the marketing pretense to the keyboard by its belief that anyone would be impressed by it.
Alright, I just tested the key weighting on my Dell Quietkey using Canadian coins, and I realized that the actuation force is roughly