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/mkg/ - where did everyone go?

>Buyer's template:
http://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG
>Where to Buy:
http://pastebin.com/8Yku80VL
>FAQs:
http://pastebin.com/M5w7QtKp
>Use the buyer's template
http://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG
>Keyset wiki
keypuller.com

Previous thread >>57266109

>> No.57310083

first for rubber domes

>> No.57310191
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finally

>> No.57310209

>>57310029
thanks docx

>> No.57310293
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57310293

>>57310209
Looks like you might need a bigger dose

>> No.57310302
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57310302

I'm here like always

I just can't be arsed to make the thread

>> No.57310314

>>57310302
what 4chan extensions are those?

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>>57310314
just regular 4chan x

>> No.57310330

>>57310324
didn't you used to have os x installed

>> No.57310351
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>>57310330
I used to, yes.

Until I booted up one morning and found that OS X had decided that my main monitor is now a TV, which lead to fucked up font rendering and colors, with no way to fix it other than running some script, disabling SIP and booting from the recovery partition.

So I ditched that piece of shit and installed BotnetOS. Can't say I regret it.

>> No.57310386
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>>57310351
i think it only does that if you use hdmi

you can adjust the color profiles though and i haven't noticed anything wrong with font rendering

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>>57310386
my keyboard desu

>> No.57310422

>>57310392
nice pubic hairs in the keycaps
I see you were getting a bit frisky if you know what I mean.

>> No.57310431

>>57310422
(。>﹏<。)

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>>57310386
Yeah, color profiles didn't fix it unfortunately, and I wasn't going to get a new main monitor either.

Though I can't say I regret it. OS X was comfy, but I can't really complain about BotnetOS, not to mention that I'll be using it anyway for the field I'll be working in, not to mention the hardware compatibility and all the software available. The only thing I miss is how virtual desktops work on OS X.

Nice keyboard. Those are Tai-Hao, right?

>> No.57310439

>>57310432
yes

>> No.57310453
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57310453

gotta pick up something to clean the caps soon

>> No.57310471

>>57310453
If they are PBT just used an alcohol bath

>> No.57310484

>>57310471
I'll give that a try, thanks. If that doesn't work I'll use some denture cleaning solution

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>> No.57310526

>>57310453
https://www.keychatter.com/2014/08/01/how-to-clean-keycaps/

>> No.57310608

I've been looking to move to a mechanical keyboard. What's an affordable one that you all would recommend?

>> No.57310664

>>57310029
Thank you, Doctor...

>> No.57310689
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>>57310608
There's decent to good one's in just about any price range. What's your budget?

>> No.57310720

>>57310608
if you want a quality keyboard buy an old alps keyboard on ebay most are 40-80 dollars

>> No.57310758

>>57310689
Definitely under 100. I've looked on Amazon a bit, and the Cooler Master Storm one looks pretty good for the price. I just wanted to hear your opinions.

>> No.57310828

>>57310758
CM quickfire Rapid, or XT if you want full-size. Ducky One should also still be just about in your price range.

>> No.57310829

>>57310758
CM keyboards are quite nice for the money imo

>> No.57310859

>>57310608
I'd suggest a MagicForce which is a 65%, they're like £30 from Amazon, or some /csg/ 60% one, I spotted one with bluetooth and blues for £40-45.

>> No.57310908

>>57310608
Magic force 68 with the gateron switches

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>> No.57310976

>>57310828
>>57310829
Thanks anons.

>>57310859
>>57310908
These look pretty nice. Is Qisan the brand or MagicForce?

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>> No.57311487
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57311487

Got a new keyboard :)

>> No.57311496

>>57311487
I hope this is bait

>> No.57311533

>>57311496
Whats wrong
Feels great

>> No.57311561

>>57310453

>those wires
disgusting

>> No.57311627

>>57311487
I hope you didn't overpay for it. If you got it for under 70 bucks then you did good

>> No.57311640

>>57311533
chink knockoff switches at the price of cherries and a non-standard bottom row.

>> No.57311691
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57311691

Poorfag here. I ordered pic related for 35$.
Ajazz AK33 White with black switches
Could I do better for that price range?

>> No.57311721
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57311721

Sup, /mkg/.
I've been away for a few months and right now I'm re-planning my first build (it'll be a generic 60%, no PCB).
Have a few questions:

1) Are Gaterons still good? (or at least good enough for the price, which for me is 20$ for 65 switches)

2) Should I choose Costar or Cherry stabilizers?

>> No.57311737

>>57311691
the only better choice that I could think of is the Tomoko, but it only comes with clicky blue switches

>> No.57311741

>>57311691
>Could I do better for that price range?
Nope.
The Ajizz layout is shit, but that's not that big of a deal-breaker, considering everything else.

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>>57311721
1) Gateron linear and tactile switches are superior to cherry, but not their clicky switches

2) Cherry stabilizers

>> No.57311913

I've been lurking in these threads for a while now, and I feel like I should at least tell you the story of how I fucked up.
>be me about a year ago
>be 18
>just learn about mech keyboards
>buy an azio MGK1RGB
>learn about pok3r and compact keyboards a month later
fuck me, this keeb was $125 and I don't wanna stow it away somewhere because it's pretty good quality
I just want pretty keycaps on a compact 10 keyless

>> No.57311949

>>57311756
Thanks, I'll go for black or yellow then.

>> No.57311963

I just bought the KBParadise V80 with Matias Quiet Clicks as my first mechanical keyboard. Mechanical Keyboards had a 15% off coupon so it only came out to 101 burger credits. How'd I do?

>> No.57311990

>>57311913
why not sell it?

>> No.57312051

Any asshole here buy from geekkeys before? The thick cherry profile PBT dyesubs are tempting.

>> No.57312078

>>57310029
Where are all the other keys ?

>> No.57312096

>>57312078
>needing other keys

>> No.57312210

>>57312096
Sure, it's not like one needs arrows or anything.

What does the mistery blank key do anyway ?

>> No.57312253
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>>57312210
What is function layer mapping

>> No.57312258

>>57310302
what keycap are those? I have leopold pbt on my novatouch but looking for some new ones, I like that color scheme.

>> No.57312282

>>57312258
Tada68 keycaps.

>> No.57312323
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>>57312258
those are the default key caps on the TADA 68. That color scheme is just the classic one you find on many keyboards like those old dells, IBMs, and even on some Ducky boards

>> No.57312365

what's the cheapest board that comes with gateron clears? preferably 60% or TKL

>> No.57312438

>>57312365
If you don't mind pre-ordering
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1447
I think you can get cheaper ones on massdrop, but those don't happen every day.

>> No.57312474

I got a dad keyboard like 5 years ago without doing much research. I haven't used it for years but is it a solid keyboard?

I like how these ones don't have the num pad.

>> No.57312486

>>57312253
>function layer mapping
But does that key produce a scan code ?
Is it an hardware modifier key that needs to be bound to a specific driver to work ?
How many keys can I press simultaneously with that key ?

Where the fuck are the fucking arrows.

>> No.57312547

>>57312210
That's why you get a 68 key or ortholinear 60%, duh

>> No.57312587

>>57312486
m8 the keyboard is fully programmable if you want the whole thing to be arrows then be my guest. You can then use function mapping to switch between layers that have specific keys or utilize macros, all while keeping a small form factor. For example I can program the arrows on layer two over the WASD or IJKL keys and on layer three if have shitposting macros on every key

>> No.57312603

>>57312486
>I know nothing about how keyboards work
Good to know

>> No.57312621

>>57312603
:^)

>> No.57312622

>>57311990
I tried, and currently am, it's hard to find people who would wanna buy a second-hand keeb

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>>57312622
>it's hard to find people who would wanna buy a second-hand keeb
Seconded. Good luck anon.

At least I found a use case for my Shine 4 again.

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57312648

Recommend me the best (in your opinion) split or otherwise very ergonomic mech keyboard
I'm okay with kits

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>>57312648
Ergo dox

>> No.57312771

Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a mechanical keyboard.
Any good full-sized ones under 45 usd?
Thanks in advance.

>> No.57312805

>>57312771
Monoprice sells some that low, but they really are cheap. A better option would be to buy an old dell AT101w for 40 bucks one ebay.

>> No.57312978 [DELETED] 

Is there anything good I can get for 50 burgers

>> No.57312988
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57312988

My >Das got a wobbly spacebar and would double register, so I got this Filco to replace it.

>> No.57313018

>>57312988
>buys a mechanical keyboard
>doesn't bother to fix it when it breaks
lol might as well have gotten a MBP

>> No.57313039

>>57313018
I hated it anyway, glossy finish and numpad were very annoying. Had just no reason to replace it.

>> No.57313060

>>57312988
How much did you pay for the Filco with front printed caps?

Yours looks exactly like mine, but on a Ganss with Ducky PBT, and I got it all for like $90

>> No.57313074

What should I look for in a model m? What price should I be expecting?

>> No.57313106

>>57313039
oh dude i'm sorry if i gave the impression that i wanted to hear further rationalizations

>> No.57313141

>>57313060
After currency conversion about $130 USD.

>> No.57313216

>>57313106
You're giving a 'tism impression.

>> No.57313375

>>57312474
Das keyboard*

>> No.57313415

>>57311721
My Das has Cherry stabs on the spacebar and costar on the other stabilised keys, I can safely say costar is infinitely better. They feel much more tactile and solid.

>> No.57313438

Please suggest

>Budget
120$
>Location (continent at least)
Europe
>Preferred switch type
Brown
>Layout
ISO
>Form factor
Full or TKL
>Backlight
May be or not, doesn't matter much
>Previous/current keyboards
Logitech K120

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>>57312669
What about
https://www.crowdsupply.com/ugl/ultimate-hacking-keyboard
The ergodox is pretty gorramn expenive for what it offers

>> No.57313476

>>57311691
>>57311737
i'm a poorfag too ,
Tomoko or ajizz ?
Do they will stay alive longer than 6 months ?

>> No.57313964

>>57312474
Das keyboards are good, but with each newer model the build quality decreases while the price stays the same

>> No.57314005
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>>57313444
All ergonomic keyboards are expensive for what they offer. But if you want something cheap you can buy those old Alps split keyboards for 100 bucks

>> No.57314041

>>57313444
you can get an ergodox right now for $200
https://www.massdrop.com/buy/infinity-ergodox

>> No.57314288

anyone ever use gateron clears?

I currently use cherry reds but looking to move towards a keyboard with 35g activation force instead of 45g.

Are gaterons good or just chinese shit? Also is 35g a meme or better than 45g? I want keys that are easy as fuck to press and am comfortable right now with the reds at 45g but if I can get something that's a little easier to type on then I'll go for it. And no I'm not getting your filthy tactile or clicky shit switches.

>> No.57314306

>>57314288
Gateron is probably the best Cherry clone brand.

>> No.57314307

Is the ducky 5 good?

>> No.57314327

>>57314307
Shine 5 is one of the best RGB keyboards, but if you have the money and patience then maybe go for the shine 6

>> No.57314348

>>57314306
but are they as durable as cherry? I don't want to buy a keyboard with gaterons to only have a switch break after a few months of typing

>> No.57314373

>>57314348
Haven't really read/heard any horror stories about them, and they're the OEM for the Zealio switches so they must be doing something right.

>> No.57314374

>>57314348
Gaterons have better construction then cherry switches, but their quality control isn't as good as cherry

>> No.57314547

I'm pretty fucked with my special snowflake key layout (azerty-be). The closest I can find that isn't too expensive is the Cooler master masterkeys Pro S. Is it any good or trash?
I can get it for 140€, don't really want the leds.
Any other options?

>Budget
160€
>Preferred switch type
any
>Layout
ISO
>Form factor
TKL

>> No.57314570

>>57314547
If you want AZERTY layout then check out:
http://www.ldlc.com/
I'd recommend Ducky

>> No.57314666

>>57314041
That looks like cheap shit compared to the real deal

>>57314005
If only that wasn't so fucking expensive I'd own it

>> No.57314702

>>57314570
Already checked there, they have no tenkeyless models, amazon doesn't seem to have any either in azerty.

>> No.57315275
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57315275

first time posting. What do you think of mine? It's a CM Storm Rapid fire I. I don't have enough more to do much more with it for now but I like it.

>> No.57315304

>>57315275
Doesn't reliably hitting that tiny ass left shift get really old?

>> No.57315334

https://www.amazon.com/Mechanical-Keyboard-Switches-104-key-Customizable/dp/B01IRASQA0/

Anyone have any opinion on these?

>> No.57315363

>>57315304
Being from the UK this layout is what we all have and I think its fine and never had issues. I could say the same about the ANSI enter key or your weirdly large back slash

>> No.57315383
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57315383

I'm gonna buy Aula F2012 on 11.11. for as little as possible (aiming at less than 10€with all the coupons & coins I've accumulated).

Question: I need scandinavian keycaps. Where do you recommend I get those?

>> No.57315390

>>57315275

Too many colors for my taste

>> No.57315398

>>57315383
>scandinavian keycaps
Ducky Nordic perhaps?

>> No.57315431

>>57315390
I see what you mean yeh

>> No.57315529

>>57315363
To be honest, backslash is weirdly large for how little you use it, ANSI would be a lot better IMO if you shrunk right shift to 1.75u, put a 1u backslash key to the left of it and slap a big ass enter on there.

>> No.57315596
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>>57315529
Looks like that's a thing that exists. No idea what keyboard or what the specific layout is called, but it exists.

>> No.57315605
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I hate the dumb capslock cutout but that's what I get for ordering cheap caps.

>> No.57315669
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>>57315529
>slap a big ass enter on there
I agree with you on reducing the size of rshift, but why the hell would you want to change the enter key. ISO enter sucks.

>> No.57315705

>>57315669
Can't think of anything else useful that could fill the space left by the 1.5u backslash, honestly.

>> No.57315830
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57315830

>>57315705
Backspace?

>> No.57315854

>>57315830
do you like your current keyboard layout? is there anything you would change?

>> No.57315955

>>57315383
Vortex sells some nordic ones

>> No.57316034
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>>57315854
My current layout is that of the TADA68, with backspace and backslash swapped, and control where capslock is as you find it on the HHKB.
The keys on the rightmost column are media controls.

Can't say there's anything I'd change, I'm more than happy with this keyboard and the layout I got on it. I haven't really used my HHKB ever since I got this board.

Maybe once I'll make a 40% or a split layout I'll discover some new arrangements, but as it is now, I can't say there's anything I'd change about it.

>> No.57316043
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57316043

65% ortholinear when?

>> No.57316081

>>57316034
>TADA68
great thanks man. Interesting to hear

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>>57316081
What I was talking about is not the standard layout of the TADA68, but albeit, it's fully programmable, so that doesn't really matter that much.

On another note, if I were to make a 60%, I'd probably go with a split spacebar, and use the rshift and right-side modifiers for something else than what they normally do. I never use those for anything.

>> No.57316216

>>57312639
that's a pretty keeb

>> No.57316259

>>57316166
Sure yeh I got that :) Just never heard of that layout. Yeh I'm the same. I'm thinking of making at 60% with the arrow keys replacing the right modifiers but haven't raised the cash yet.

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>>57316259
>Just never heard of that layout
It's commonly known as 65%

Keep us posted on your build. Are you going to make a PCB or handwire it?

>>57316216
It sure is.

I'd use it more if it weren't fuckhuge

>> No.57316340

>>57316300
I guess handwire because i'm a poor student. Will come back with questions/results once I start :D

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>>57316340
I could probably mill you a cheap PCB, though it'd have to be in two pieces that you'd then connect with wires.
What switches do you plan on using?

Looking forward to see your progress.

>> No.57316378

>>57316166
is that a rn3p? comfy

>> No.57316388
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>>57316378
Not the pro version, but yeah, it's a redmi.

Though my new phone should be here in about twelve hours or so.

>> No.57316433

>>57316362
Oh wow! I wouldn't ask you to do that aha I don't plan on making a start will around Christmas anyway. Thanks you! Plan is blue switches atm :)

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>>57316433
>I don't plan on making a start will around Christmas anyway
That'd be fine with me. I've got another project going with another guy from here that also involves milling PCBs, so it wouldn't be much added effort on my part, not to mention that I enjoy doing this kind of stuff.

Cherry blues, or a chink clone like gateron?

>> No.57316537

>>57316480
sweet cheers! well ill see how it goes :) no no cherry blues aha

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>>57316537
Cheers.

These PCBs cost about a dollar in terms of materials, and I have to stock up on them anyway, so all that I'd bother charging you would be the shipping costs.
Drop me an email at [email protected] or just message me on telegram (https://telegram.me/seiden) if you're interested.

>> No.57316610

>Budget
~$200
>Location (continent at least)
US
>Preferred switch type
MX Brown > MX Clear > MX Green
>Layout
US/QWERTY
>Form factor
60%
>Backlight
preferred, no software
>Previous/current keyboards
Unicomp "Model M"

Looking for BLUETOOTH wireless.

>> No.57316656

>>57316604
Will email you now cheers :D

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>>57316656
Received.

>> No.57316935

>>57316300
Yeah, that's why I'm kicking myself for not doing a bit more research and getting a pok3r

>> No.57317159

what is are the advantages of hand wiring you're keyboard except for being more gay

>> No.57317179

>>57317159
you get to be more ga- oh nevermind

>> No.57317187

>>57317159
Did you ever ask a PCB printing setvice for a quote?

That shit ain't cheap.
Some wire and a bunch of diodes on the other hand certainly is.

>> No.57317188

Anyone have a type heaven?

>> No.57317206

>>57310029
Hello, go...I mean fellow 4channers

I just stopped in to say you're doing a great job buying these keyboards and thank you for supporting Israel.

Material goods make you feel good on the inside and make you cool.

Keep consuming goy... fellow 4channers!

>> No.57317216

>>57317206
Nice meme.

>> No.57317242
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>>57317206
Joke's on you, I have eight of these meme machines and I still hate myself

>> No.57317265
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>>57317242
this

how many memes does it take to fill the eternal void is the question

ree

>> No.57317312
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>>57317265
I've fallen for so many /g/ hardware memes and it hasn't gotten any better.

Maybe a 2k monitor is the answer.

>> No.57317376

>>57316043
>Giving up the awkward bottom row when?

Half the point of ortholinear is optimization of space.

>> No.57317391
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>>57317312
>Maybe a 2k monitor is the answer.
wasn't for me :^)

>> No.57317439

Anyone had experience with RAMAWORKS custom CNCed boards?

>> No.57317505
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57317505

>>57317242
>tfw the kirara kmb edition is sold out

>> No.57317516

>>57317312
>>57317391
I thought you were fucking qb, what the hell is this shit?

>> No.57317579

>>57317516
You can tell when it's qb when there's guns in the picture.

>> No.57317587
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57317587

>>57317376
Any of these more to your liking?

>> No.57317614
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>>57317505
Was only by luck that I found out about it.
Had a contact in Japan send it to me.

>>57317516
You're making it sound as if it weren't just one guy with three trips

>> No.57317849
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57317849

>>57317614
it was on sale on cdjapan for like a year, but the second i finally remember to buy it shit is gone

>> No.57317925
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57317925

>>57317587
The 3u bars aren't bad.

This is the bottom row of my atomic. You could put whatever on the empty keys, I have volume and some extra mods mapped to mine. Shift on the left thumb has been amazing. Then you have an extra 2u on either side to do things with.

>> No.57318178

>>57310392
What the fuck, where did you get those amazing caps?

>> No.57318205

>>57318178
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1445

>> No.57318236

>>57318205
More specifically, was talking about the custom ones, esc etc

>> No.57318247

>>57318236
they're custom obviously lol
a friend made them for me, you can't buy them

>> No.57318261

>>57318247
Do you know where he ordered them from or what image he used? They're pretty good and I've seen people have mixed results with custom ordered ones

>> No.57318270

>>57318261
he didn't order them he made them
i'm not 100% sure, but i think what he did was dye some white caps, then laser off the dye to make the design in white

>> No.57318272

>>57318247
Of course I can't buy your friend, slavery is illegal.

>> No.57318284

>>57318270
Would he consider selling some privately or not worth his time?

>> No.57318330

>>57318284
she can't really sell them, since she doesn't own the laser

>> No.57318355

>>57318330
Crushed hopes and dreams

>> No.57318422

>>57311640
not him, but mine feels great, awesome software and customization, got a few sets of keycaps, and got the board completely free.

not even mad

>> No.57318531
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>>57318422
There is nothing wrong with kalih switches anon, its just that razer overprices them

>> No.57318598
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>>57318531
what about this?

>> No.57318607

>>57318531
*kailh
i used to read it like that all the time too lol

>> No.57318654

>>57317849
this is the most attractive keyboard I've ever seen, what is it?

>> No.57318675

>>57318598
this is cheaper while still being only a bit bigger
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=22

>> No.57318752

>>57318654
KUL ES-87 with a white top case, cmyw modifiers, ?enjoypbt? dye subs

>> No.57318776
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57318776

good night /mkg/

>> No.57318781

>>57318675
so's ur mom

>> No.57318794

>>57318675
but what about the TKL and the ability to remap any key on the keyboard, including macros?

>> No.57319028
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57319028

Anyone tried those silicone keycaps on Massdrop? Are they actually usable?

>> No.57319205
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57319205

>>57318531

>> No.57319235

>>57319205
This is my greatest fear

Next to being alone for the rest of my life.

>> No.57319408

$50
cherry mx black
60%
backlit

keytype doesnt matter dont matter

>> No.57319733
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Taking her to work tomorrow

>> No.57319782

>>57319408
"""""""""""no""""""""""""

>> No.57319827

>>57311756
>1) Gateron linear and tactile switches are superior to cherry, but not their clicky switches

Not him, but does that mean Gateron blues are more tactile, but aren't as loud as cherry?

>> No.57319842

what's the best way to silence buckling springs?

>> No.57319852

>>57310029
I have a Nopoo EC108 PRO

based as fugg imo.

>inb4 not topre
im poor faggots

>> No.57319892

>>57319782
yes..? just really want cherry mx blacks backlit anything but fullsize

$50-60

>> No.57319959

>>57319892
Actually, Magicforce 68

>> No.57320008

>>57310293
A keyboard for Constructicons!

>> No.57320396

>>57319827

Gateron blues are slightly more tactile, even louder and more high pitched than Cherry blues.

But the build quality and switch feel on them is so inconsistent that they're noticeably worse than Cherries.

>> No.57320419

>>57320396
What do you mean? Like the keys will die out or something with Gateron?

>> No.57320428

>>57319842

What IBM did with their quiet model Ms was pack them with grease. You can also stick a small length of string down the middle of the spring to stop it from reverberating when it buckles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNFceYOJFVc

>> No.57320451

>>57320419

Inconsistent. As in two keys right next to each other don't even feel or sound the same.

>> No.57320607
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57320607

Anyone use the Chinese "Ace Pad" hall effect keyboards?

>> No.57320683

>>57320451
So then I should just go after cherry blues?

>> No.57320712

>>57320683
I wouldn't use MX click switches at all, tbqhwu

>> No.57320851

>>57320712
What would you suggest I get then?

>> No.57321196

>>57314666
>That looks like cheap shit compared to the real deal
It's better than a "real" one

>> No.57321574

>>57310351
what's your phone bro ?

>> No.57321862

>>57320607
there's a thread on deskthority about them
>>57320712
yeah go for it, it's a matter of preference, i prefer cherry over gaterons for example

>> No.57321910

corsair k65 compact or pok3r

>> No.57321942

>>57321910
pok3r

>> No.57321957
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57321957

>>57321574
Redmi 3

>>57321910
>corsair k65 compact
>TKL
>compact

>> No.57321999

>>57321957
Nice answer to my fucking question dumb tripfag scum

>> No.57322063

>>57321957
are you sure ,i saw not like it

>> No.57322246

>>57311691
Where can I get those keycaps?

>> No.57322527
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57322527

Are novatouch switches any good? As far as I understand it's silent with a mechanical switch feel to it?

>> No.57322844

>>57310029
I have never been to this general before, I don't understand a single fucking thing. Is that meant to be EVA01 themed? what keyboard is it?

>> No.57323143

>>57319205
Beautiful. You should just buy blues or browns instead trying to be special snowflake.

>> No.57323216

>>57314041
you can get one on falbatech for less.
>>57319028
You could mold them yourself for very little money and effort.

>> No.57323245

Spilt drink on keyboard (fuck)
Now when I type the wrong input comes up (eg pressing s in firefox opens history menu)
I tried the onscreen keyboard and the same thing happens (???)
Any ideas?

>> No.57323323

>>57323245
we won't/don't know shit unless you actually show us some pictures of the pcb and where the liquid is. Could be a short on a few keys. Could be liquid in a few switches. What you've given us is the equivalent of telling us you have a car and asking us to guess what year and make it is.

Can it be saved? Probably. Can't tell you how without knowing what the fuck happened with it.

>> No.57323640

>>57319235
What's the big deal? Just solder on a new switch. You can get a ten pack for less than 10 bux.

>> No.57323688

>>57323640
This could be a bit of a pain with a switchplate.

>> No.57323711
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57323711

Is it a good idea to use shift-in registers for the key matrix if I'm running out of pins on the microcontroller (Arduino Micro/Pro Micro, haven't decided yet)? Or are there some caveats I'm not aware of?

>> No.57324121

>>57323711
Why are you using an Arduino when Teensy has more documentation for this sort of thing

>> No.57324180

>>57324121
Because:
1) ~20$ + 12$ shipping for a Teensy vs 5$ for an Arduino from AliExpress. Any way you spin it, it's at least 4 times as expensive.
2) Arduinos work well enough to run a keyboard. I just want more pins, that's all.

>> No.57324323

>>57324180
Is it a full size keyboard or some custom %60

>> No.57324341

>>57324323
It'll be a default 60% (Poker? GH60? What's the proper term for it?)

>> No.57324348

>>57310302
That resolution size looks cozy

Can't wait for my x230 to arrive

>> No.57324418

>>57324341
maybe this will help
https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/3b1g86/helpwould_an_arduino_pro_micro_work_for_a_60/

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>> No.57324548

Not trolling

I've seen many people use these mini keyboards. Are they viable for gaming? Do you guys have 2 keyboards? Are these just for comfy browsing? What if you have gorilla hands?

>> No.57324613
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57324613

>>57324548
yes
i mean, most games, not games that require the number pad or arrow keys
i've been playing BF1 a lot and i don't miss a full keyboard, the f keys are just a bit of a pain to use

>What if you have gorilla hands?
you mean you're a fat fuck?
shouldn't be any harder than a normal keyboard, the key sizes don't change

>> No.57324658

Tai Hao miamis up on assdrop

>> No.57324674 [DELETED] 
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Motospeed-C100-Mechanical-keyboard-37-Key-Rainbow-PBT-Keycap-for-Cherry-MX-Y5X2-/232113667657?hash=item360b0d7e49:g:4BoAAOSwYIxYAD8W

Can these fit on my IBM Model M

>> No.57324678

>>57324674
Of course not, why would they even.

It even says "for cherry mx"

>> No.57324710

>>57324674
If you want keycaps for your model M you can get some from Unicomp then dye them the color you want

>> No.57324759

>>57322527
They're Topre clones so they're rubber domes that feel like rubber domes.

>> No.57324790

>>57324613
Why is it missing so many keys on the bottom row? What a waste.

>> No.57324795

>>57324759
they're actual topre domes with different sliders and lesser quality stabilizers

>> No.57324813

>>57324790
its got ALT and FN on either side, what more do you need

>> No.57324832

>>57324790
the control key is moved and how often do you use the right side

>> No.57324865

tada when

>> No.57325002
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>>57324865
a few months ago

>> No.57325097
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>>57324446
turn your space bar around desu

>> No.57326116

Miameme keyset on drop should I cop for my black ducky shine 5 or what I need to replace these stock keys with something.

>> No.57327594

>>57323143
okay go back to your gamer gate containment board bud

>> No.57327644

>>57325002
where'd you get those caps?

>> No.57327789

>>57327644
mass drop
GMK royal alpha
your only hope to get it is to find someone selling it since it only barely made an MOQ of 150

>> No.57327996

If I'm ever in South Korea I'm getting me an FC660C, until then I'll just have to settle for a Leopold with Cherry switches. Speaking of Cherry switches is there anyone here with experience using lubed cherry blacks and gateron blacks/yellows? I'm thinking of picking up some linear Gaterons off of Massdrop.

>> No.57328051

>>57324548
the basic premise of how these keyboards work is that they have function keys that change the layout, so you can have chordal or modal hotkeys

you don't lose functions, you just move them into function keys so that you have less hand travel

>> No.57328601

>>57310453
>meme mouse

>> No.57328665

>>57321999
you're on /mkg/, nobody is going to recommend a corsair board

>> No.57328776

>>57328601
What's a better mouse? Even the/g/ and/v/ recommend lists that pop up say it's top tier.

>> No.57328936

>>57328601
>poor faggot

>> No.57329124

>>57328776
Ignore him its a solid mouse. The only other mouse that I could think of that's better is zowie

>> No.57329167
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57329167

Memeami is on assdrop right now. I've always wanted one, but I think it will look bad on my black ducky one. Should I go for it?

>> No.57329442

>>57329167
>PBT doubleshots
Now if only they were 1.5mm thick and cherry profile.

>> No.57329614

Is the difference between 45g and 55g topres that noticeable? Elitekeyboards hasn't restocked their 55g ones in forever, and I don't want to pay a $70 markup on Amazon.

>> No.57329997

>>57329614
You can replace the rubber dome sheets with a 55g one

>> No.57330433
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57330433

>>57313476
I've had the board since April of this year and it's still going strong.
The switches feel a lot more broken in then when it first arrived.
Keycaps are absolute shit and will start showing wear after a few weeks of use.
There's no holes on the PCB for LEDs.
It's a good starter board but I really wanna move up to something else or at least replace the switches in it.

>> No.57330740

>>57329614
Check out elitekeyboards on ebay, 55g realforces pop up once in a while.

>> No.57330931

>>57329124
Or any trackball

>> No.57330979
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57330979

I was thinking about getting a ducky shine 5 then the 6 and YOTM were announced

then I saw this

>> No.57331016
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57331016

>>57330979
and since the novatouch always seems to be out of stock on the CM store I'm glad I waited

>> No.57331124

post things you are waiting for

>GMK Plum
>GMK Laser
>P E N U M B R A
>GON to get his shit together

>> No.57331130

>>57331124
a qt japanese gf

>> No.57331167

>>57331124
tfw some of those keycap sets cost as much as they keyboard themselves

that shit is insane

I thought they'd be 40-60 at most

I really want that plum set ;_;

>> No.57331189

>>57330979
Buying a topre with RGBs feels wrong.

>> No.57331193

>>57331124
Assdrop to get my RS68 kit and send it to me already
DSA Miami Dolch
A feeldoe
Plane tickets to visit gf

>> No.57331475

>>57331124
>GON to get his shit together
lolnever. Dude ran off with the money like ivan.

>> No.57331485

>>57331475
He shipped to me not even a month ago, it just took him a couple of months

it’s a damn shame because I don’t know where else to get a wireless 60% PCB

>> No.57331534

>>57331167
You can get good keycap sets for 40-60, including thick PBT dyesubs. GMK uses the same tooling as cherry did, so you essentially get modern cherry doubleshots. I agree that SA sets are pretty expensive though.

Remember when original cherry doubleshot red escape keys would go for $200+ on ebay? A single fucking keycap.

>> No.57331581

>>57331485
You're probably just one of the lucky ones then. Rather than completely disappear a scammer will ship slowly or selectively to give the appearance of intent on fulfilling all orders. Once only a few remember or they're out of the spotlight they'll just run off though.

>> No.57331582

>>57331534
now “a single fucking keycap” made of shitty happy meal plastic with the look of frosting goes for over $1,000 on eBay if it’s pressed into a skull

artisan buyers are retarded

>> No.57331605

>>57331582
Yea I never understood those 'artisan' keycaps. At least at the time those red escape keys were rare since the only way to get them was from an original cherry set. Elitekeyboards started selling newly made doubleshot red escape keys which ended that madness at least.

>> No.57331623
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>> No.57331642

>>57331623
Ooh, artsy.

>> No.57331741
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57331741

>>57331124
67 & 78g feelios, those silencing clips, and some laser cut aluminum so I can make a fully aluminum ergodox.

>> No.57332375

>>57310453
speakers?

>> No.57332379

>>57332375
yes

>> No.57332925

>>57331124
muh 67g Wobblios, and hoping the Zealencios make them quiet enough to bring to work.

>> No.57333089
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57333089

>>57331582
Hey man if you could make $1000 after taxes for 10 bucks worth of plastic would you not go for it?

>> No.57333356

>>57331124
im waiting for my round2 tada

i think im done with buying mechanical keyboards after that. the tada looks perfect

>> No.57333534
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57333534

So what makes the Pok3r so special that causes it to be so damn expensive even without PBT Caps?

>> No.57333868

>>57330979
Too little too late.
I would've been excited for that if not for Wooting.

>> No.57333889

Reminder that the MechanicalEagle Z-77 has hot-swappable switches in all versions, verified today by accidentally pulling off the spacebar switch on the non-backlit edition.

>> No.57334036

>>57333089
that's fucking hilarious

>> No.57334283

>>57333089

Why hasn't anyonr made 3d printable versions of these caps to wreck the market?

>> No.57334349

>>57334283
i thought there was already some chinese guy making clack factory knockoffs

geekhack got super butthurt about it

>> No.57334551
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57334551

How much of a fucking idiot would I be if I bought this? Pic related. $57

I'm new to mechanical keyboards and all I want is the clacking noise so I can feel important.

Recommend me your favorites or tell me why this purchase would be bad.

>> No.57334654
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57334654

Looking for a mechanical keyboard for 0-150
I wanna it to be white and have cherry reds normal size would fir fine
Any suggestions i wanted a ducky but wanna make sure there aint any better options first

>> No.57334677
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57334677

gimme dat ergo-V

>> No.57334693
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57334693

>>57334551
Spend an extra $10 and get the Havit HV-KB378L. At least I can vouch that it's put together well.

>> No.57335053

>>57310029
what is a mechanical keyboard?

>> No.57335260
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57335260

>tfw MINILA layout is literally superior to 60% but there are way less keycaps, plates, and cases for it

this hurts
i don't have enough money to be a special MINILA snowflake

>> No.57335273

>>57331016
The Novatouch is discontinued.

>> No.57335276

>>57311487
I have the 2014 edition. Ignore the haters its a nice keyboard. Not the best one out there but far from the worse.

>> No.57335305

>>57334693

anything looks good with a long exposure in low light

> keep sticking to those shadows

>> No.57335306

>>57310302
how much you paid for your x220?

>> No.57335321

>>57335305
I just have a shit camera and flash makes everything look terrible. I had better shots of it but I must've deleted them.

>> No.57335424

>>57321957
Do you speak Japanese?

>> No.57335487

>>57335273
Why did they discontinue it? I got the impression it was moderately popular.

>> No.57335496

>>57335487
Probably Topre Corporation forced them to because they were butthurt over the Novatouch stuff being more popular than their own products.

>> No.57335734

>>57335496
And that's how >>57330979 was born.

>> No.57335951

does anyone have a gh60 ans uses the tap key function to use the space bar as modifier? does it work well?

>> No.57336168
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57336168

>>57334283
>>57334349

I want a Cosmonaut copy.

It is all I need for my Deep Space ergodox.

I have entered every raffle for one so far and haven't gotten a single key.

Meanwhile, every time there is a raffle some dude posts the 5+ caps he got. Utter bullshit.

>> No.57336409
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57336409

Has anyone ever handwired a mech with RGB LEDs? Is human brain even capable of that?
Custom PCBs don't count, obviously.

>> No.57336890
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57336890

I just bought one of these on Ebay.

Look how nice it is.

>> No.57337279

>>57329167
>>57324446
Holy cotton candy.

>> No.57337316
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>~100€
>Europe // Croatia
>brown
>ISO
>100%
>no back-light

first time buyer, i presume that with the driver that comes with it i can set up a Croatian caps layout?
also, recommend "custom" caps sellers, so i can start a never-ending search for Croatian diacritic letter caps.

>> No.57337346

>>57336890
nice meme friendo

>> No.57337776

waiting for
>carbons to come in the mail
>gaterons to come in the mail
>someone to sell me their lightsaver for 700 USD

>> No.57337957

>>57337316
Driver doesn't matter. Keyboard only sends keycodes, your OS interprets them based on your locale settings.

For 100 euros you can build your own 60% mech. With any switches, with any layout, with any keycaps, with any case. Just saying, that's something you might wanna look into if you're not afraid of soldering a few dozen wires and messing with a bit of code.

>> No.57338413

>>57337957

The code part isn't even hard now woth qmk.

I think there is even a gui version of it.

>> No.57338447

Any mechanical keyboards worth owning for less than $70?

>> No.57338621

>>57338447
Define "worth owning".
If all you want a keyboard with mechanical switches, there's 35$ options on AliExpress (sometimes even with Gaterons). There are even some bluetooth mechs for 60-75$.
If you're a bit more picky than that, you're going to have to raise your budget a bit.

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>>57338447
Magiforce, Tomoko, Royal Kludge, and some Keycools are not too shabby for cheap 30-70 dollar keyboards

>> No.57339415

What should I look for in a model M? What price range am I looking at? I really like the tenkeyless one someone keeps posting in these threads but it looks like its rare and just costs too much.

>> No.57339515

>>57339415
The SSK (space saving keyboard) usually go for just under 200 bucks, while the industrial variants sell for $1000+
If you want a new production keyboard with buckling springs that is also not full size then
http://www.modelfkeyboards.com/
has some for ~$350

If you don't mind full size then you can get brand new model Ms from Unicomp for just $84 + shipping, they come with some customization and extra features like USB
If you want used you can get those old terminal model Ms for 40 bucks on ebay, but you need an adapter in order to be able to use it with your pc. Or you can get an used Model M for around 70 bucks.

>> No.57339595

>>57339358
oh shit nigga i just bough this same tomoko yesterday at like 5 am in a fit of autism
i hope its good, it has cheap chinese knockoff blues but apparently theres not much difference

i already have the blackwidow chroma but i'm getting tired of it, the bitchass front plastic cover is annoying and prevents easy cleaning imo, and i don't even use it to its full potential, you can apparently do some custom lighting and program macros and shit, which i never did because razer synapse is basically cancer
i legit want a mkb that isn't fucking fancy backlit rgb garbage that i never really use because it's a distraction more than anything, and i didn't want the numpad because it gets in the way of my mouse when i play csgo

what should i do with my current blackwidow chroma? im obviously gonna keep it but it'll either collect dust or be used in my office, which is basically the same. is there any way you guys can suggest i use this? ive never managed to program macro keys because once again, razer synapse is cancer. is it fully programmable? maybe i could use it for macros entirely

>> No.57339729

>>57339595
Tomoko actually has similar build quality to razer, minus the LEDs and ARM processor. As for the chroma personally I wouldn't bring a RGB keyboard to my office and the noise it will make would probably drive everyone around me insane. You could sell it on craigslist to some >>>/v/irgin and make some of that money bakc, or if you want put that money and buy a silent mechanical keyboard for your office work. Matias quiet click switches are actually quieter then rubber domes and more tactile then cherry switches so it should be an enjoyable typing experience while not bothering your co-workers
https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/search.php?keyword=&brand=&switch=32&size=&led=&capmat=&capprint=&model=&availability=in_stock_pre&show_kb=off&show_kb=on&show_acc=off


If you want to keep your chroma you could set it up as nothing but a macro keyboard since almost every switch is programmable. That way if you want to shitpost on 4chan you can just press one button and an entire copypasta magically appears!

>> No.57339768

>>57339515
that sounds expensive as fuck for a keyboard

tfw we used to own 2 old models like these, i'm pretty sure at least 1 of them was an IBM keyboard and my dad threw it out because it wasn't being used and was collecting dust in the basement

swear to god it looked like a model M, maybe it was some other cheap shit, I can't remember.. that's gotta be at least 5 years ago. i still feel sad about this, since he used to own the starting tech in a lot of shit and just threw most of it out and i'm only starting to appreciate computer hardware

>> No.57339833

>>57339729
that fully programmable shit looks interesting then, i might look into it and it could be useful for coding in the near future, or just input basic math formulas for note taking, since i do that shit

as for the office part, my colleagues can suck my dick :^), most of them are leaving on other floors anyways because my field of work is constantly changing and reallocating people, for the better i hope, instead of actually hiring new people

in all seriousness though i'm a student working part time, i wouldn't bring shit to my job's office. it's for my home office use, a seperate room where i do my tech related shit and schoolwork. cant concentrate when on my desktop because i have no self control

>> No.57339898

>>57339768
well the industrial ssk ones were only given to IBM engineers as a result they are more of a rare collectors item hence the $1000+ price tag.

Also the model F was made entirely from metal, even the mechanical switches were made from metal which is why when it first came out it had a price tag $900 brand new adjusted for inflation. And the very excellent construction gave it a 50 year lifespan. The $350 for the new production model F that has even better construction then the originals isn't too bad when comparing it old model Fs.

If you want buckling springs then just buy them brand new from Unicomp for under 90 bucks. They've got much better build quality then the vast majority of keyboards out there

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One more post until we hit the bump limit!

>> No.57340310

>>57340089
new thread
>>57340297

>> No.57340437

>>57339515
Ive seen some model m's with ps2 on ebay do I need an adapter for them or is it just regular ps2

>> No.57340445

>>57340437
its just regular PS/2
Some have Din 5 and those need an adapter

>> No.57340482

>>57340445
Is there anything wrong with the older ones? I really don't want to spend a lot of money just yet.

>> No.57340558

>>57340482
Maybe the previous owner jizzed on it or something. I bought my model M used about a year ago for 60ish bucks. And this one was thoroughly cleaned by him (not a single hair was stuck in any crevice) and it was the older grey badge ones too. But now that they become more popular people are charging more money for them despite them looking like shit. For example right now my keyboard my would now sell for $120 on ebay which is why I'd recommend you either look hard for a good looking model m or buy them new on unicomps website

>> No.57340614

>>57340558
thanks

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>>57324180
>I just want more pins, that's all
I'm a bit late, very actually. but a port expander chip would only set you back 1 or 2 dollars and would give you 8(or 16 if you get bigger ones, or multiple) extra pins while only sacrificing two pins for twi

>> No.57342075
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57342075

Hey arisen, what's your daily driver these days?

I'm still happy with my hhkb

>> No.57342091

>>57342075
Seiden*

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>>57342075
you should fix your spacebar

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