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Posted 19 Sep 2014See, I'd go with Xbone. I find that the console has become a center point in my house. I have the satellite, blueray, etc. all playing through the Xbone, so I can leave the amp on a single input setting and everything works nicely. Plus I have it set up so the xbox can turn on/ off the amp and TV when I turn on/ off the console. It works out fairly nicely.
Posted 18 Sep 2014It appears that a bluetooth-enabled mechanical keyboard will limit your results quite a bit. I did find this, but they are currently sold out, and it looks like it is running $177 to begin with.
Posted 18 Sep 2014
QuoteCan you say "my PS called me 4 DNR! CUL8R LOL" ?
I'd expect that being equivalent to confessing to the "crime".
Posted 18 Sep 2014Nice. I wound up ordering that one last night (considering I am 95% sure I want MX Reds -- It does come with MX Reds according to corsair's site), should arrive some time next week and I'll be sure to write up a review of it once I get it.
It has some really interesting features that my current keyboard doesn't:
1. RGB Backlighting (pretty colors...)
2. Macros anywhere. Every key is programmable (granted, I am not sure how much use I'll get out of this feature).
3. Integrated media/ volume controls
4. Variable polling rate.
5. Anti-ghosting (my current keyboard only allows 3 keys pressed at once before it beeps).
Anyways, I decided that I have spent 3-ish weeks researching mechanical keyboards looking for what I think I would like. At this point I believe I have found it, but the only way to know for sure is to jump in and get one. We shall see how it turns out in the long run
Thanks for all the pointers along the way.
Posted 17 Sep 2014Tripped over this today. I'll have to wait and see if I can't find a sound comparison between it and the MX Red/ MX Browns, but it looks fairly promising so far.
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