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  1. "I never mentioned or compared any switches to others, only gave my opinion on Cherry MX's." which is why I asked you. If you're going to claim Cherry is better then its implied you think the others are not as good. does it not? "Razer switches? Do they make switches? Wasn't this post about a new Logitech keyboard?" My post was about your claim that "it's not MX" so you don't like the g910. Again impling Cherry MX is better. So I ask you again why is Cherry better? And yes Razer has contracted a company to make THEIR switches. "Are you a fanboy of any brand? I'm not." Does
  2. Thanks for saying nothing. Do you have some stats that say MX are sooo much better they never fail? Or some stats that say the Razer switches have a higher failure rate than MX? Do you have anything to back up that claim other than maybe I'll have a kb that fails out of warranty someday and I guess you think it won't be a Cherry switch? Facts man facts .....do you have any?
  3. What's so special about a switch that has a 20 million less click life?
  4. Here is a little follow up on the software: It looks like we need a customizable "Command mode" If you have a game profile it is supposed to switch to command mode (it doesn't work though) and display the active /inactive lighting. Sadly someone somewhere has already decided what keys should be active and limited the color. So command mode seem to me where we need to be able to select which keys should be active and what they should be colored. As it is now if you make a new profile you have zero control of the keys that are active and if its a game that logitech hasn't added to th
  5. Yeah I think everyone agrees its a must have feature. Can't say it looks all that bad sitting here in front of me I'm more concerned with how well it preforms and the software that makes it work being having what should be a basic feature for any RGB keyboard..
  6. I've heard a lot of people say those switches suck but never talked to anyone that actually used them. Thanks for the information.
  7. I'm coming from a Logitech K800 but I've tried the k70 red, k65 red, Razer chroma those green ones? I really think I like this one the best as it's pretty quite compared to all those others. If you like clicking switches forget this one. I will add It's looking like Logitech is being quite on the custom profile thing missing, it kind of reminds me of waiting for Corsair to answer back about their 512 colors only "problem". I've also realized you can't save a freestyle created lighting setup, so basically you have one set if you want another you have to make it, if you want your ol
  8. What are those keys rated at? If you've tried them have you ever had a Cherry switch fail?
  9. Well I got my g910 today and so far this is what I've found out about it. The keys are quite! No click at all, you can feel the actuation point but there is no click so it is a very quite mechanical keyboard.. (I kind of like that myself) It has some preset lighting modes, they are: Color cycle (Can control speed) Breathing (This mode shows to almost be like Corsairs in that the colors seem to step, if you run it slow, and isn't completely smooth in its transition, I wonder if they have the same issue Corsair has? Its not as bad but you can see the steps) Star (This mode is li
  10. I'm curious as to what products you had that had Kailh (sp) switches in it and what was the failure rate?
  11. Yeah so far the corsair offering looks like its the most configurable but its code is so hosed right now I had to return mine. Just got my shipping confirmation so I'll see whats up with this KB in a few days for sure.
  12. Here is a quick unboxing that gives you at least a good look at it without the lights on and then some with the lights. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOTO_8Vmt5A
  13. You're not raining on my parade I was just torn between a more "gaming" type board and and standard board. I liked the DS4 when it had knobs (yeah I'm weird but hate Fn keys) however even without the knobs i liked how they laid out the media and volume in relation to the Fn key (lots of makers place the Fn key on the right and the Volume up and down on the top far lift "F" keys making it a two handed operation. so if I'm going to get a boards with Fn keys I lied how ducky had them. I also liked the two LED option as it adds just a little more than two colors. Soooo I liked it for its looks and
  14. Yeah you would think that should have been very high on the list of MUST HAVE working for release list. I have a two week return window so I'm not waiting long to find out. :-)
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