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    Quote Originally Posted by kitsura View Post
    Currently using Das Keyboard II. Best kboard I've used by a mile. And before anyone asks, there are no labels on the keys so only touch typist need apply.
    Nice.. thinking of MOing this one.. keep a look out.. working something out!

    They are using Cherry MX black de..

    Who want MO for this??



    US$1599, in stock at http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=23205

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    Quote Originally Posted by shmuckerz View Post
    yea i was wondering where i could get a keyboard without labels.. whered u get yours from?
    I got it from Thinkgeek. Cheapest that I could find online plus I used some discount code which I also found online.

    Quote Originally Posted by PhiBer View Post
    Nice.. thinking of MOing this one.. keep a look out.. working something out!

    They are using Cherry MX black de..

    Who want MO for this??



    US$1599, in stock at http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=23205

    HAHAHA...
    Yes, the Das Keyboard is using Cherry switches. But too bad I can't find a lower price for the same keyboard. I've seen places online selling the IBM Model M keyboard but it a bit too big and noisy for my liking.
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    mine.

    i think it should be called clicky keyboard club instead.

    the ibm Ms and hhk pros have springs instead.
    Last edited by simplyadvanced; Feb 24th, 08 at 10:21 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhiBer View Post
    Nice.. thinking of MOing this one.. keep a look out.. working something out!

    They are using Cherry MX black de..

    Who want MO for this??



    US$1599, in stock at http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=23205

    HAHAHA...

    Quote Originally Posted by engadget
    # Typing on it, well, sucks. We kind of hate to say it, but this thing more than likely won't replace what ever keyboard you're writing your novel on -- it's better off used as an absurdly configurable swiss army knife for tasks like gaming, Photoshop, or just about any other productivity app that doesn't require a lot of typing.
    # Okay, why does typing on the Optimus suck, you ask? Well, although the keyboard uses mechanical switches and a lot of high quality components (evident when we pulled off some keys), and there is some clicky tactility to keypresses, as a whole it just requires way too much force to depress keys. And the larger the key, the more force is required, so enter is easier than space, but harder than tab. Let's put it this way, we sit around and type all day long and this thing wore us out in about 30 seconds to a minute. Carpal sufferers, beware.

    boo.

    and its cherry ML.
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    http://www.topre.co.jp/e_products/comp/index.html

    these guys make the electrostatic keys.
    great soundtrack!
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    http://www.diatec.co.jp/en/det.php?prod_c=522

    http://www.diatec.co.jp/image_prod/FKBN104MEB_01.jpg

    MO ! will be available around mid march, they say they dont have stock at the moment

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    the best cherry keys are on cherry boards

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    i'm not getting a filco anytime.

    maybe this

    http://pckeyboards.stores.yahoo.net/customizer.html
    its suppsoedly the original model M
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    this looks like cherry black
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    Quote Originally Posted by simplyadvanced View Post
    i'm not getting a filco anytime.

    maybe this

    http://pckeyboards.stores.yahoo.net/customizer.html
    its suppsoedly the original model M
    Filco looks cooler though, IMO ^^

    Any idea where to get one outside of Japan?

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