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Make sure you get aftermarket keycaps for this keyboard because it has prone to shine thin painted abs keycaps
No blue this time? Cool....
Damn it, they sold out of the blue...sigh
guess I was a bit too late on this one
I sang my praises for this board when I got it but now one of the LEDs has gone out. Azio is happy to help but the options are either send your board off for repairs/replacement with no promise that you'll ever get it back, or have them send you the replacement first but they authorize your payment for the amount the board is worth and if your old board never makes it back they charge you in full. Since postal services are all kind of crap none of these options appealed to me and I chose to keep it as is.
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My entire board does it at once, it's really obnoxious.
BlueCrowned
dude.

you are an addict.

;)
Hey, Can the blue/red/black aluminum back-plate be removed by removing the keycaps and unscrewing the screws in order to re-paint it or add some decor like stickers etc?
There is a mechanical keyboards section for all the good stuff. If a mechanical keyboard is in this section, you pretty much know it's not worth buying.
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Outemu isn't really that bad.
BlueCrowned
Outemu is probably the best of the crowd that isn't big names like Cherry, Gateron, or Zealios.
After 2 days the LEDs under the ` and the 2 keys stopped working. Started the RMA process and completed it without a hitch. They had 2 options for RMA, a cross-ship option and a you send yours back and we'll send you a new one when it gets here. I at first chose the cross ship. Well, they sent me a form to scan and fill out. Some of the fields they needed was credit card info. I really didn't want to be transmitting my credit card number over the internet, and to have them store it unencrypted somewhere so I went with the 2nd option. It took a little longer but whatever, I have other keyboards. The new board shows up in an acceptable amount of time. I open it up, go to plug it in and...the \ keycap is missing. Back to customer support email, I tell them and they waste no time sending out the missing keycap. A couple days later it arrives and I put it on. The keyboard is working great. It feels great while typing, the function button to control things like volume and the like, is pretty sweet, saves desk space. The case is awesome, the aluminum looks cool and is really really solid. I came home yesterday and the LED under the L key are not working. *sigh*
does it have built in usb ports for a mouse?
The_Short_One
no
I just received this keyboard by my first drop.
Not so cheap for an italian guy like me: Keyboard $49.99 + Shipping $18.00 + Tax € 10.25 + Customs duties € 5.50
Would these key caps fit on this keyboard?
la44y
yes, this keyboard uses outemu switches which have cherry stems
Um... shouldn't this be in the Mech Keys community?
Comparing this to the "Magiforce 82-key" it seems like more people are happy with this board.
Lots of negative reviews on that with switches being swapped etc. I might have to try this out for a budget kb.
LuckyBoi
Yeah, I picked up a tkl magicforce and 3 switches were pretty much dead in 4 weeks.
This is my first mech keyboard and i really like it. It is very clicky out of the box. I installed some o-ring dampeners and it quieted it down. still loud but less clicky.
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You must be using a different keyboard or something because that is the opposite of my experience with this board...
Ricando, u are probably using a different switch, at the time it was a drop for a tactile version, ie outemu brown switches. it does not have a click. Thats why I asked.

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