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Hey guys!

 

I'm sure I was expected to show up in this thread at some point lol

 

for better or for worse team B will be covering the ducky suite hopefully tomorrow! I'm not entirely sure when that translates to in upload time as the internet in our hotel seems fairly sub par

 

I am oh so very excited to review this keyboard for you guys - the reason why I haven't seen it so far is because ducky has actually set up shop in a near by hotel and not in the main convention center or Taipei 101 like most of the other vendors!

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Hey guys!

 

I'm sure I was expected to show up in this thread at some point lol

 

for better or for worse team B will be covering the ducky suite hopefully tomorrow! I'm not entirely sure when that translates to in upload time as the internet in our hotel seems fairly sub par

 

I am oh so very excited to review this keyboard for you guys - the reason why I haven't seen it so far is because ducky has actually set up shop in a near by hotel and not in the main convention center or Taipei 101 like most of the other vendors!

 

Nice, can't wait for the coverage and your review.

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Hey guys!

 

I'm sure I was expected to show up in this thread at some point lol

 

for better or for worse team B will be covering the ducky suite hopefully tomorrow! I'm not entirely sure when that translates to in upload time as the internet in our hotel seems fairly sub par

 

I am oh so very excited to review this keyboard for you guys - the reason why I haven't seen it so far is because ducky has actually set up shop in a near by hotel and not in the main convention center or Taipei 101 like most of the other vendors!

Yes! Can't wait for team B to cover this!


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(on the topic of Team B)

 

We had a bit of a rough start, myself not being very used to this style of content and Broll not having done event coverage at this pace before. But we have really brought it up on day 2, I am excited to release some of our later content to show everyone what Team B is really capable of :) I think you guys will also be interested in a video we have on the way about a new release in the Topre spectrum of products :)

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(on the topic of Team B)

 

We had a bit of a rough start, myself not being very used to this style of content and Broll not having done event coverage at this pace before. But we have really brought it up on day 2, I am excited to release some of our later content to show everyone what Team B is really capable of :) I think you guys will also be interested in a video we have on the way about a new release in the Topre spectrum of products :)

Can't wait for those contents to be released. Guess I won't be sleeping tonight due to overlyhype-hype excitement! Enjoy the rest of Computex guys! :)


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Update: Added Slick's video coverage in Ducky's Booth. :)


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Like there facebook page guys and flood them w/ "I want Aluminum on Ducky Shine 3".
Like there facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ducky-Keyboard/117547488320354?fref=ts


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You guys know the Alumin cased Shine III is likely to cost like $240+ right?
Looks like a nice keyboard but I'm not seeing too much reason to replace my Shine II
Although the 60 key Ducky looks nice.
I've been considering getting one as a backup/secondary/LAN keyboard
(Which is funny because I already use a TKL)


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(on the topic of Team B)

We had a bit of a rough start, myself not being very used to this style of content and Broll not having done event coverage at this pace before. But we have really brought it up on day 2, I am excited to release some of our later content to show everyone what Team B is really capable of :) I think you guys will also be interested in a video we have on the way about a new release in the Topre spectrum of products :)

It definitely doesn't show you're doing an excellent job :)

Anyway here's team B's video of the Ducky booth:

Holy crap that's a lot of customizability for the backlight xD. I don't really like the custom gold keys or the glass wrist rest but the Shine III definitely looks awesome.

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I don't have the words to express how much I want one of these.  

 

However, I have been having trouble finding the shine II I want, so I'm not sure how hard it will be to get my hands on one of these.


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Mmm that reactive typing. 


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TEAM B FTW, great video again!

 

Can't help it, still somewhat disappointed with the Shine 3 features.. The new lighting modes look awesome, but I'm the kind a guy that sets one mode and will keep that mode forever. Aluminium body is the only pro for me! Did they (off camera) mention anything about a TKL version Shine 3?

 

Anyhow, the offcial supplier for The Netherlands had a final shipment of Shine 2 with cherry mx blue yesterday, so I guess I'm buying myself a Shine 2 TKL today :)

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This looks awesome. I'm just confused to why ducky doesn't ever put a standard line of 5 macro keys on these $100+ gaming oriented keyboards like other companies are doing.

Yah its cool with all the look at my keyboard lighting effects but having designated macro keys are so helpful in everything i do. 

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awesome keyboard is awesome!

that new reactive feature with longer delay option... and more.

can't wait.  :D


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