^ meron dito kay Dairy Queen.. Sprayway Clean Jet air duster (canned air) search mo na lang...
-- edited by markieboy on Apr 29 2015, 12:58 AM
^ Thanks, markieboy. found one on Tru Value
Ducky Shine 4 Users.
talaga bang violet yung numlock / scrlock / capslock led?
may bot na gumaya nak ng te***
-- edited by romeodiners on May 02 2015, 09:25 PM
ako former K65 user, okay na okay siya. kaya ko lang pinalitan dahil gusto ko ma try ng ibang switch. :D
yan gamit ko ngayon and satisfied ako. a must buy.
Guys, Anyone know where I can buy replacement keycaps that's laser-etched or kahit pasadya? I have a rapid-i, so sana laser-etched para sa backlight
@croy & ardeen09
"Corsair Vengeance K65 Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard"
sino na nakagamit nyan dito? any comments? balak ko kasi palitan na yung Ducky Zero ko (Red switch) for a more compact design pero Red switch din. TIA!! <click here for link>
i got the k70 full size keyboard. its much bigger than the k65. the k70 has a metal finish. parang ibook yung finish nya.
The keys so far feel like ducky very solid. software is a bit buggy minsa nawaal yung settings ko. I experience grounding on the metal finish pero i added a 3 prong ground so nawala.
overall i like the k70.
the k65 is its little brother so maybe its the same feeling?
-- edited by mikefm on May 02 2015, 09:08 PM
ano po ba ma-rerecommend ninyo na first mechanical keyboard that won't break the bank. 5000 pesos below. :)
here are some keybaords that are worth less than 5000
Coolermaster quick fire, Corsair Vengeance K65, ducky mini,
Thermaltake meka g1, razer blackwidow, zalaman km500
of course meron yung masmahal pero meron diminishing returns
you also have to choose the correct key switches meron mx brown, mx blue, mx black, mx red, kalih
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CM Storm Quickfire Ultimate or CM Storm Quickfire TK?
or any other suggestions? :)
hirap mag hanap nyan...
other option: CM Rapid-i / Corsair k65
Planning to buy my first mechanical keyboard, will be used for typing.
Ok po ba yung Ducky Zero (DK2108S)?
How about CM Storm Quickfire Ultimate?
Any led issues between the 2?
Cherry blue or brown. :)
-- edited by on_arb on May 03 2015, 07:54 PM
^Consider a Filco! - kung wala din lang naman magrereklamo, mag MX Blue ka na. Otherwise, MX Brown. - since it will be used mainly for typing...
But then again, mas maganda pa rin ma try mo muna lahat ng switches. - meron kaseng mga iba na they prefer MX Reds in typing compared to Blues/Browns.
Sige sir consider ko din yang Filco. BTW san po ba nakakabili ng brand new? Tried checking here kaso parang mga 2nd hand. Kahit pa PM na lang name ng store. At how much po ba?
BTW between Ducky Zero (DK2108S) and CM Storm Quickfire Ultimate? Ano mas ok / reliable?
maraming napupundihan ng led sa ducky shine series...
Ok ang ducky pero I suggest na kumuha ka nalang ng non backlight at wag yung shine series.
Meron Filco sa Datablitz o kaya sa itech
Mahilig din ako sa leds...CM quick fire TK gamit ko 3years na wala pang pundi.
-- edited by rievhardt on May 03 2015, 10:17 PM
^DataBlitz sells brand new Filco boards.
aw ganun po ba, medyo nagkaka probs ang leds ng ducky?
sige check ko po yang filco. btw how much po ba yan?
btw ano po ba mas ok for typing? brown or blue?
kahit anong brand sir may chance na mapundi yung led, yung ibang model lang talaga talamak at maraming reports.
5,995 ang filco
mas mabuti na masubukan mo yung mga switches, personal preference na kasi talaga yun.
mxBlack nirecommend sakin dati, nung nasa shop na ko para bumil mxBlue binili ko.
Yeah, don't get the Shine series. I had 2 Shine 3's (First one pinareplace ko sa isa pang Shine) tapos pareho napundi within 3-4 months
You got an unlucky batch. my shine 2 ten key less lights still works 2 years na, well knock on wood.
-- edited by mikefm on May 04 2015, 11:46 AM