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    Problem Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Does anyone know who the manufacture of this keyboard is? There's like ZERO details on the newegg site:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...9SIA00Y0C18168

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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Isn't it iOne like Newegg says?

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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Wait for a deal on the rosewill, corsair or monoprice ones
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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Wow my bad I didn't even see that at the top lol!

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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    That keyboard design goes back a long ways to the IBM OS/2 days when the number keypad was standard and the three LED lites.
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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Quote Originally Posted by bmaverick View Post
    That keyboard design goes back a long ways to the IBM OS/2 days when the number keypad was standard and the three LED lites.
    Heh that's what I've been using for years. Just wanted to try the "mechanical" market. Seems that M10 uses MX Cherry reds on the cheap.

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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    I used one of the old Mechanical IBM's for years. It worked great, was very easy to type on, but was LOUD. Still, I wish I still had it.

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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Newegg has 15% off all keyboards

    Enter promo code EMCJNNA233 at checkout
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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    WOW I bought it on the 8th dang I wish I'd have waited a day. Oh well I got the keyboard today and love it. But JEBSUS this thing is LOUD!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    I've been using the Rosewill RK-9100BR with Cherry MX Brown Switch for a few weeks now. It's also somewhat loud but overall I'm liking it. It is nice to type on but I'm still getting used to it a bit.
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    Re: Decently priced mechanical keyboard?

    Yes it definitely takes a little getting used to. I was using a generic keyboard before so I guess anything would have been an upgrade for me.

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