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wert 05-07-2020 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by wilflare (Post 128240570)
nice! wonder if that is a v2 improvement for the FC980M - maybe I'll take a look at mine later

The foam is there since the PD series, around 2017 or so.

keichi_k1 05-07-2020 10:02 PM

Good price~!
can consider when sale comes again~!

ragnarok95 05-07-2020 10:07 PM

Jialat.. My minila still holding well can't bear to swap with either a anne pro2 or keychron K6. But no backlight is really sian.. :(

FroztSpectre 06-07-2020 12:08 AM

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Originally Posted by YouHeypiCanLiao (Post 128243143)
can't ship direct?
didn't consider Anne Pro 2?

My considerations were:
1) Must be full keys with numpad
2) Must have backlight
3) Silent switches

Cant find many keyboards with silent switches,
and the ikbc one fulfills all the above with cherry mx silent red switches for ~$100 after shipping. So i just went with that.

vamprose 08-07-2020 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by ragnarok95 (Post 128245021)
Jialat.. My minila still holding well can't bear to swap with either a anne pro2 or keychron K6. But no backlight is really sian.. :(

it's a filco i don't think it will die anytime soon :s13:

nez 08-07-2020 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by FroztSpectre (Post 128248623)
My considerations were:
1) Must be full keys with numpad
2) Must have backlight
3) Silent switches

Cant find many keyboards with silent switches,
and the ikbc one fulfills all the above with cherry mx silent red switches for ~$100 after shipping. So i just went with that.

Is it waterproof or water resistance? Ok to rinse it under the water tap?

royfrosty 08-07-2020 12:18 PM

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Originally Posted by ragnarok95 (Post 128245021)
Jialat.. My minila still holding well can't bear to swap with either a anne pro2 or keychron K6. But no backlight is really sian.. :(

Till today im with no backlight lol.

Topre FTW! You got see and type at the same time meh? Or you play in the dark lol

carmelmore 08-07-2020 12:19 PM

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Originally Posted by iduncheckmail (Post 128185059)
for laptop feel and some tactile feel , u can consider thinkpad trackpoint bluetooth wireless keyboard. It's almost like ripping out the thinkpad keyboard as a standalone. Using one now.

Bought this few years ago and it doesn't feel the same but it's as close as you can get. The legends are printed on sticker like those cheap keyboards while it's unified on the laptop.

carmelmore 08-07-2020 12:23 PM

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Originally Posted by nez (Post 128306546)
Is it waterproof or water resistance? Ok to rinse it under the water tap?

Most mechanical keyboards are not advertised as waterproof but if spill little bit shouldn't be a problem. If need complete waterproof, search for spill resistant keyboard.

carmelmore 08-07-2020 12:33 PM

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Originally Posted by spectrearc (Post 127816546)
HHKB comes in only 60% right, closest i could find to full size is leopold 980c, and even that one is only compact 1800, not full size. For my work, v hard to work with no numpad because a lot of data input.

Thought FC980C has a good layout due to the numpad. But after getting it, I realised the position of the navigation cluster on 980C got some compromise if you use it often.

It's either too high up on the top right, have to press FN+Arrow keys for missing keys or to switch Numlock frequently which was quite annoying. Switched back to TKL and felt much better.

carmelmore 08-07-2020 12:48 PM

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Originally Posted by vamprose (Post 128181505)
you are not gonna get a laptop sensation buying a g915 :s13:

look at logitech mx keys

Logitech scissor switch keyboards are overrated. :s13:

Had a K800 before and the bottom row felt odd to use as it's rounded compared to other keys. The feel is also worst than Thinkpad keyboards.

vamprose 09-07-2020 06:27 PM

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Originally Posted by carmelmore (Post 128307887)
Logitech scissor switch keyboards are overrated. :s13:

Had a K800 before and the bottom row felt odd to use as it's rounded compared to other keys. The feel is also worst than Thinkpad keyboards.

hmm the mx keys that i tried felt as good as my macbook (well idk if that is the benchmark for good or bad but i quite like both).


also the logitech software is impeccable for office work across multiple computers.

granted ive not tried the thinkpad keyboard before, and if it comes with trackpoint i think it is an easy 100% buy

trenzterra 15-07-2020 07:55 PM

Does anyone fix mechanical keyboards here? Have a niz plum that suddenly died and no idea why

KoChi 15-07-2020 11:04 PM

Is keychron k2 worth it? Currently using Razer keyboard.. thinking of changing due to Bluetooth and mac layout

noobiee 16-07-2020 12:12 AM

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Originally Posted by KoChi (Post 128502707)
Is keychron k2 worth it? Currently using Razer keyboard.. thinking of changing due to Bluetooth and mac layout

if you need mac layout + bluetooth i think k2 is the easiest


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