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USA Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, Tenkeyless, NKR, Tactile Action, Keyboard FKBN87M/EFB2

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  • Key switch/Number of keys : Cherry MX Brown Switch (tactile feel)/87 keys , US ASCII key arrangement
  • Key pitch/Key stroke : 19mm/4 ±0.5mm , Cable length : 1.5m
  • Dimensions/Weight : W356xD135xH33mm(44mm raised up by stand)/980g
  • Interface : PS/2,USB (PS/2 interface is available with PS/2 Conversion Adapter)
  • Accessories : Windows key (Printing on front face type), FILCO Key Puller
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  • Brand Name: Filco
  • Model Number: FKBN87M/EFB2
  • Connectivity Technology: usb
  • Keyboard Description: USA
  • Form Factor: Compact
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Product Description

[A whole new concept keyboard [Majestouch NINJA] for middle class users or above!]

Majestouch NINJA is a whole new concept keyboard. New style of letter printing - front printing. The biggest feature of this front printing is this new look that gives a look of "almost" a blank keycap keyboard.
This means, printed letters can be seen only from a user and it is seen as a blank keycaps keyboard from others.
This untraditional printing method does not expose you for fading letters on keycaps as there are no letters on top face where you actually touch to cause a friction when you type in.
You will never feel stress from fading letters that would make your keyboard crummy.
On the other hand, as the feature of this keyboard, front printing, is hard to look at the letters.
This NINJA is perfect for the users who are confident in touch typing and also for users who feel total blank keycaps keyboard is a bit of a challenge.
To make it match to our concept, we omitted the indicators of "Lock, Num, Caps, Scroll" on LED.
Also logo is different from normal lineups to go with the concept and in this way, this keyboard looks "almost" completely black!

[You can choose from 6 kinds to match your preference]

Cherry MX Brown SwitchWe have 3 keys available for you to choose, Blue / Brown / Black and you can also choose 104 full size or 87 Ten-keyless version for your scene.
A long key stroke of 4mm and the contact point at 2mm between the key strokes.

Cherry MX Brown Switch :
Known as tactile, there is a very soft click as you reach the contact point. With the light pressure spring, it makes typing action easy, fast and stress free. A long key stroke of 4mm and the contact point at 2mm between the key strokes.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 14 x 5.3 x 1.3 inches
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B004ZJPSGI
Item model number FKBN87M/EFB2
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4.5 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #1,443 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboards
Date first available at Amazon.com December 12, 2010

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((Learn more about mechanical keyboards and see my review with pictures at Geekhack))

For the record; I often am a major sufferer of two things : Analysis Paralysis and Buyer's Remorse.

Just from my brief few minutes with this keyboard I am thrilled with my choice in Cherry MX Browns and Filco. I have absolutely no regrets on this purchase (as of this writing) and thank The Keyboard Co. for offering this product through Amazon for those of us here in the States.

Packaging: 10/10

There has been some recent concern here on Geekhack with the packaging of Filco's from The Keyboard Co. supplied via Amazon.
I can say that my packaging looked great. The box was in good condition and secured inside. If there was an issue previously with packaging it is non evident in mine.

The first thing I noticed was the size shock. After so many years using a 104 key keyboard , the small length of the 87 really through me off when I found it sitting in our company mailroom.
The outside box has some standard shipping marks but is in great condition for crossing the country in 36 hours.
The inner Filco box was in pristine condition with very stiff folds at the box joints.

Opening the box: 9/10

I had heard about the keyboard cover but I was really surprised at what a nice touch that is to have it included.
Such a little thing really but it really ads a sense of value and longevity to the product. I tend to have a dusty room so I have made good use of this to protect my investment.
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I picked this keyboard up as a replacement for a noisy DasKeyboard that I use at work. I love my DasKb but I'm pretty confident that my cube-mates were getting ready to lynch me due to the noise. I had a guy a couple of cubes a down comment that he was able to tell when I got in by the clicky keyboard. I tend to get in late. Not good. I was about to pickup a HappyHackerPro2 (which I use at home (it's awesome!)) since it's much quieter and just as dreamy to use...unfortunately the pro2 doesn't have the inverted T arrow keys that I am completely dependent on for Windows work. I stumbled across this particular model on some random keyboard geek site and was thrilled to find that I could pick it up on Amazon! It was also delivered a day earlier than expected!

Anyway, the keyboard itself has a very satisfying heft to it, heavier than any others that I own, and it types like a dream. It feels like a very well manufactured, quality, product. The cherry browns are significantly quieter than the blues on my DasKb, not quite as quiet as my HHK but close, yet they still maintain the same tactile feel that you expect from a mechanical board. I don't know about gaming but if you're a coder or simply accustomed to burning a bit of your life on a keyboard for hours at a time, then a good keyboard is essential.

I figure I'm a bit of a keyboard snob, not as bad as some, but more than most. If you're reading this review then you probably know what I mean. This is a quality keyboard.
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I am a total geek when it comes to keyboards, and for mechanical keyboards I have several and have tried many of them. I have a Das Keyboard, I have two Deck keyboards (the compact tenkeyless and the full size Deck Legend). I have tried the various type of Cherry switches, tactile and linear.

As some of you reading this might be considering Deck or Das Keyboard and I own those kinds as well, I will offer some thoughts on them to help your deliberations. I will sum up my ratings at the end of this -

I can honestly say, cleary among both Deck and Das Keyboard which I consider top notch, the Filco comes out on top for typing feel and although the build quality of Deck in particular is nothing short of amazing, the Filco seems to take it to just another notch - which I did not think was possible.

The Deck keyboards are very solidly built and are very cool, and have the advantage of backlit keys that have the characters injected into the key so they will never wear off. I don't know that any other keyboard maker today does their key caps like this. Its expensive I am sure. The characters are clear plastic and the backlighting shines through them. The clarity of the keys when lit up is outstanding, there is a separate LED for each key - they will last decades - and you can adjust the brightness level or turn it off completely if you want. The typing feel of the Deck keyboards and the build quality are very good - top notch. For a backlit mechanical keyboard, Deck cannot be beat. For gaming I think I prefer the Deck keyboards among all others, due to the backlighting. If the Filco was backlit the same exact way I would give it the edge, but this is just not a feature Filco have focused on.

The Das Keyboard is also solidly built and great to type on.
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Pros:
- Superior typing experience. I can't compare this to the other mechanical keyboards, however this keyboard is definitely much better compared to IBM 73P2620 (one of the best non-mechanical keyboards IMO) and the built-in keyboards on Thinkpad laptops.
- Less finger fatigue.
Cons:
- Noise. Cherry MX brown switches (the ones that are used in this keyboard) are regarded as the quietest mechanical switches, and yet they are really loud. I wouldn't think of using this keyboard if there are people close to you.

On a side note, I highly suggest that you get the Ninja version of this keyboard. I had come across several reviews that stated that letters on the non-Ninja Filcos would begin to fade after a short period of time. You can try googling those articles to see if you can find some pictures.
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