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Mechanical Keyboard Thread (Full list on page 246)

  • haha, nilalason niyo naman agad sa keycaps :)
  • kung may flat black keycaps na modern ang porma ng fonts tapos pwede backlit, solb ako dyan :). otherwise kuntento na ako sa keycaps ko, mejo panget nga lang ng fonts ng G710 ko, parang OA na masyado hehehe
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    As a gamer, this is pretty interesting stuff. I've always wanted to have keys that function like the analog buttons on console game pads without giving up mouse control.
  • ^Paggagamitan niyan siguro yung mga tipong "half press to walk/full press to run". Mawawalan na ng gamit ang shift/alt hehehe
  • mga sir dk2108s user po ako, sa anong brand po ba ako pwede makabili ng colored keycaps for my backlit ducky? ok lang kahit hindi ducky brand keycaps since mahirap kamo maghanap non.. thanks po! :)
  • Sulit bang bumili ng Filco? hehe! ano ba magandang quality na mech kb na hindi masyadong masakit sa bulsa? :)
  • ^ ducky is also a good buy for less
  • ^Filco user here.. I can say na "sulit" - sa build quality.

    Ducky Zero Shine - hindi masakit sa bulsa

    Filco / Ducky Shine 2 and 3 - hindi "masyadong" masakit sa bulsa

    HHKB / Topre and the likes - masakit sa bulsa :)
  • @MrBungle - mas madali i-implement yung analog-like functions on a capacitance switch than using a mechanical spring-IR sensor combo, less clutter on the circuit design. capacitance also depends on a function of distance, so mejo no brainer na.

    a few things that they would need to overcome if they're designing a KB using those. one, it would be difficult for a USB port to supply the current draw for 100+ IR sensors and LEDs. 2 ports probably can. two, we need to also to reprogram how a keypress works in PC's and OSes kasi AFAIK interrupt request sya. a special KB driver + game support, yun pwede na.

    i'm going to remove my engineering hat off now :)

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    iba yung build quality ng filco saka ng steelseries compared to other KB, mararamdaman mo. saka parang mejo mabigat compared to ducky or CM. naalala ko yung isang dialog sa movie na "snatch": weight is a sign of reliability. but don't take my word for it :)
  • @apaniban

    Filco board user here. Gusto ko kasi walang LED and Tenkeyless.

    You can't go wrong with either Filco or Ducky.
  • thanks guys! baka filco na nga bilin ko :) ano ibig sabhin ng tenkeyless?

    and sa price sa db, mura na ba un?

    anong magandang model pala sa filco? Mukhang mas gusto ko un brown switch :)
  • @ShinjoYokatsu

    Ok na sa akin kahit yung WASD and maybe space bar lang analog and yes, may driver/software configurator nga siya. Kung magagawa nilang consistent yung keypress ng mga na IR and regular keys sana in one keyboard.

    Ito yung Kickstarter link for more details: <click here for link>
  • @apaniban

    tenkeyless is yung walang number pad. di naman masyadong madaming model meron ang filco.

    AFAIK, tenkeyless and side-printed keycaps lang ang variations ng mga model nila aside from the different kind switches available.

    -- edited by johnnyraventray on Apr 22 2014, 01:52 AM
  • @shinjo
    I'm not an engineer pero sa pagkakaalala ko, polling ang USB at interrupt ang PS/2.

    @apaniban
    Maganda yung Ninja. Side-printed caps. Mukhang... Ninja. Yung akin ni-repaint ko yung body na white para swak sa black and white theme ng rig ko. Maganda yung contrast ng black keys sa white body.
  • thanks @johnnyraventray and @onikazam! :)
  • @onikazam - that's correct, all USB keyboards use polling to transmit I/O within the main bus. that is the inherent design of the USB dahil may theoretical 127 device limit on the bus itself, para di sila mag agawan sa queuing. but the x86 architecture still rides in the vestiges of the old 8086 (that is interrupt-based I/O), kung baga isa sa mga foundation ng lahat ng intel-based processors ngayon. so yung isang I/O signal, whether from any kind of KB or mouse, will be sent to an I/O chip in your board (nowadays yung chipset na ang naghahandle ng I/O duties), then it will be finally sent to the CPU.

    kaya mas maganda pag PS/2 ang keyboard kasi derecho na sa I/O chip (walang overhead), then to the CPU. pag USB pupunta pa yan sa USB controller (may overhead), then to the I/O chip, then finally to the processor.
  • Dumating din! Even the HHKB must make way for the King!

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    09-22-92 sya pinanganak.
  • Mga sir na release na ba dito ung ducky premier edition??
  • @mvalviar

    magkano score mo dyan shipped bossing? gusto ko din ng ganyan haha
  • Dyaems $175 shipped ser. Nagbayad lang ako ng PHP 150 sa post office.
  • pa pm naman ng link kung saan meron haha.. baka pag may extra pera kuha ako xD
  • @mvalviar
    wow, ganda ng ssk. san mo nabili yan sir? Kung meron lang sana akong pwedeng maidahilan kay kumander para bumili niyan... lol

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