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  • #16
    Oh nice, certainly has a more ''Office'' appearance to it !
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    • #17
      Just bought a new RGB mechanical keyboard. Normally, people in English speaking countries go for the QWERTY layout but I went for the much more rare CspaceUIOS layout

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Andrew View Post
        Just bought a new RGB mechanical keyboard. Normally, people in English speaking countries go for the QWERTY layout but I went for the much more rare CspaceUIOS layout



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        • #19
          I've got a Corsair K95 with Translucent Keycaps, Cherry Browns; and an MK Disco with Side-lit Keycaps, KBT Browns.
          Also have a Unicomp Model M, black shell.
          I will post photos later lol.

          Also, fight me @Dr. Unicorn browns are superior.

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          • #20
            I'm the owner of a G910 and i love this keyboard.

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            What i think is really funny that i didn't plan on and i didn't really think about before after i got my Headset was that everything i own is Logitech my Keyboard, Muse and Headset. my Muse is the G502 and my headset is the G935 >_<

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            • #21
              Originally posted by kibasnowpaw View Post
              I'm the owner of a G910 and i love this keyboard.

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              What i think is really funny that i didn't plan on and i didn't really think about before after i got my Headset was that everything i own is Logitech my Keyboard, Muse and Headset. my Muse is the G502 and my headset is the G935 >_<
              I've never tried a Logitech mech board; the styling and non-standard switches have mostly turned me away. Only Logitech board I've used is a K120, the true classic membrane.

              Big fan of Logitech mice though, used (until they died) a 500, 600, 700S, and currently own and use a 502, 602, and 900.



              In other news though, my Tab90 came back from RMA last weekend, using it at work again. Absolutely love it. Not sure why it feels better than my WASD Code with the same MX Clear switches, but I think it sounds a bit better too and the layout is perfect. My favorite board I've ever used by far.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Supercrumpet View Post
                Big fan of Logitech mice though, used (until they died) a 500, 600, 700S, and currently own and use a 502, 602, and 900.
                No QOL issues? I loved my MX518 and it lasted me almost a decade but I'm on my third G502 in less than 2 years.

                Trying to decide if I should try my luck with another Logitech mouse (MX518 reboot?) or go elsewhere (Roccat Kone EMP?).

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by The Pook View Post

                  No QOL issues? I loved my MX518 and it lasted me almost a decade but I'm on my third G502 in less than 2 years.

                  Trying to decide if I should try my luck with another Logitech mouse (MX518 reboot?) or go elsewhere (Roccat Kone EMP?).
                  Not to turn this into a mouse thread, but I have tried other mice (granted, only two for a somewhat extended period of time each), but I keep coming back to Logitech. Other two I've tried are the Roccat Tyon, which has hardware-based mouse acceleration that you can't disable as far as I'm aware, which is a shame because I really enjoy it otherwise, and the Corsair Ironclaw, which I absolutely loved until the scroll wheel broke after I owned it for a month.

                  If anyone has recommendations for a mouse for $100 or less that has four thumb buttons and is preferably wireless, I'm more than open to suggestions.
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                  • #24
                    I grabbed a cheap wireless 80% 60% mechanical keyboard for my NUC, hasn't come in yet and all I know about it is it uses "MX Compatible" key caps and I think they're Jixian? I ordered the clicky blues, hopefully they aren't terrible.

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                    Originally posted by Supercrumpet View Post

                    Not to turn this into a mouse thread, but I have tried other mice (granted, only two for a somewhat extended period of time each), but I keep coming back to Logitech. Other two I've tried are the Roccat Tyon, which has hardware-based mouse acceleration that you can't disable as far as I'm aware, which is a shame because I really enjoy it otherwise, and the Corsair Ironclaw, which I absolutely loved until the scroll wheel broke after I owned it for a month.

                    If anyone has recommendations for a mouse for $100 or less that has four thumb buttons and is preferably wireless, I'm more than open to suggestions.

                    Have a feeling I'm just going to end up with another Logitech mouse too

                    Decided to hold off until the Model D launches in a couple weeks (the O looks too small) and if that doesn't tickle my fancy I'll probably try a G703 or just get another 502.

                    If I don't like the 703 I'lll return it and grab another G502
                    Last edited by The Pook; 12-11-2019, 04:50 PM.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by The Pook View Post
                      I grabbed a cheap wireless 80% mechanical keyboard for my NUC, hasn't come in yet and all I know about it is it uses "MX Compatible" key caps and I think they're Jixian? I ordered the clicky blues, hopefully they aren't terrible.

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                      Have a feeling I'm just going to end up with another Logitech mouse too

                      Decided to hold off until the Model D launches in a couple weeks (the O looks too small) and if that doesn't tickle my fancy I'll probably try a G703 or just get another 502.

                      If I don't like the 703 I'lll return it and grab another G502
                      Interesting, let us know how that board turns out.
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