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Hardware i-Rocks Golem Series K50 Keyboard Review

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Dogbert666, 22 May 2015.

  1. Dogbert666

    Dogbert666 *Fewer Staff Administrator

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    would love something similar to this but with media keys, mice mix of low cost, backlit and comfortable to use.
     
  3. Dave Lister

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    I'd give a ten keyless version a shot at a similar price point.
     
  4. Phil Rhodes

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    Star Trek font is an interesting choice.
     
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    I just picked up an I Rock K10 for 20 notes and I am loving it.

    They sure do have some bizzare idea of style though...
     
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    Brought one of these K50 Keyboards and I quite like it.

    I have never used a mechanical before (I know this isn't one). Every key has a more satisfying feel to it. The space bar makes a slightly loud clunking sound.

    Only things I don't like are the upside down shift key for a caps lock key, I think this is an issue with my one. Also the 5 on the numpad looks off as the text sits lower down the key than the other numpad keys.
     
  8. Taua

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    Finally, the shift from silly mechanical switches is coming.
     
  9. Newton Sporkfondle

    Newton Sporkfondle Spork, the all-purpose eating tool!

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    Why do you say mechanical switches are silly, many people like them a lot? Is it just because you don't happen to like them?
     
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    One of these with customisable keycaps and you'd have a customer right here!
     
  11. mi1ez

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    If I could find one anywhere in Australia, I'd be tempted to try it and possibly have it as a work keyboard if I'm not so keen.
     
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