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Filco Majestouch-2, Tenkeyless, NKR, Linear Action, USA Keyboard FKBN87ML/EB2

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  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 5.3 x 1.3 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0053U3YA0
  • Item model number: FKBN87ML/EB2
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

Product Description

The Ten-Keyless version of the Majestouch-2. This is the 87 key version of Majestouch-2 (the Majestouch-2 without the number pad). With this compact keyboard, you can save space while having the same layout, and the same linear feel as the existing Majestouch-2 series. You can customize your saved space by placing the 'Ten Key Keypad' (sold separately, see below) on your left side or right side, when you feel the need. True N-key rollover. The functionality by which all the typed keys are recognized on the PC, even when many keys are typed simultaneously. All the keys typed simultaneously are recognized on the PS/2 port (limited to 6 keys typed simultaneously for the USB due to the specifications of USB). Completely dedicated electronic circuitry, a diode is soldered on the PCB for every key switch to prevent 'counter currency'. Solid and stylish. The rigid case construction gives a sure and comfortable typing experience with a specially designed font, for better visibility and a stylish and long lasting appearance. An excellent feel with the 'black' MX linear feel key switch. The Cherry MX 'black' key switch, gives a linear feel without the audible click of the 'blue' switch, it has a long key stroke of 4mm with the actuation point (key press) at 2mm. Easy, fast and stress-free typing, the famous features of Cherry MX linear feel.

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The build quality of this board is fantastic.
Scott H.
Cherry MX Blacks do produce a thud-like sound re audible feedback.
Practical Desk
These days this is as good as it gets for build quality.
Prof Ed U. Cate

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Practical Desk on June 9, 2012
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I've owned Leopold tenkeyless keyboards with Cherry MX Blue and Brown key switches. I stayed away from MX Blacks because of so many users saying that they're not good for straight typing. Wrong! The MX Blacks are excellent for typists who have a heavy key stroke. Touch typists who have a shallow key stroke may prefer Cherry MX Blues or Browns for their lighter required down force to actuate each key stroke.

The matte finish key caps feel really nice. I have read that the key caps are made of ABS plastic--for me the feel is preferable to PBT, but this is a matter of personal preference only. Also, the 'bump' on the F and J keys is easily picked up when getting back to the home row, for those of us who seldom look at the keyboard.

Cherry MX Blacks do produce a thud-like sound re audible feedback. I, by years of habit and first typing on typewriters way back, make a full key stroke when I type. This linear switch has no click to it, but the thud-like sound when the key bottoms out is quite pleasant. It sounds like solid plastic on plastic--a good sound by my standard. If the keys are actuated with a lighter touch, they make a audible sound that's easily recognizable as a full key stroke whether or not you 'bottom out' the key. Like all Cherry MX switches, the key actuates at 2mm and bottoms at 4mm, perfectly acceptable. These Black key switches require a bit more down force to actuate, which, for me, means there is less likelihood of accidental key strikes if your fingers 'tip' or 'graze' keys apart from the target key.

The learning curve, unless your coming off an old Remington 'mill' from the 1960s, may take a bit of time. But if you're used to mechanical keyboards, the learning curve will be considerably shorter.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Scott H. on May 25, 2012
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I picked this board up the other day and for the most part I'm pretty happy with it. There aren't many reviews out there so I thought I'd drop a few pieces of info out there for those that may be looking into this board. There are a few complaints, which I'll get to in a bit, but first the positives.

The build quality of this board is fantastic. It is very heavy and stable on the desktop and it's tough to move. No seams in the enclosure like some of the competing TKL boards out there, so already they've got a leg up when it comes to a solid build quality. The keys all take about the same amount of pressure to activate whereas a few other boards I've tried have had different needs based on the key that is pressed such as the spacebar and shift keys. The Filco does a great job making all of your keystrokes uniform which results in a fantastic typing experience. The feeling of the ABS keys are the best of that type I've felt. I've preferred PBT keys normally, but these are really nice and they dont' show a lot of finger grease or anything like a lot of other ABS keys do. I've got four different Cherry Black boards in my possession at the moment and the Filco has the most uniform typing experience. From an asthetic point of view, the Filco is definitely on the minimalist side of the spectrum. There isn't anything flashy about it at all so it's a very professional looking board. Normal fonts and a small Filco logo on the front are really all that's noticeable about the board at all. In fact, I'm actually looking into getting some black on black engraved caps to make it even more subdued. The stealth look.

On to the negatives. Well, there really is only one negative that is bothersome. The board is quite a bit louder than all of my other Cherry Black boards.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Prof Ed U. Cate on January 25, 2012
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This is a well made keyboard that does not disappoint. Compared to a cheaper (and smaller) mechanical keyboard with the same Linear keys (black cherry), this one feels more solid and key presses more crisp.

Coming from a rubber dome keyboard (though a good one), I can say that this is leaps and bounds better in terms of feel and ease of typing.

However, do not expect a tank-like built like the older IBM M's. These days this is as good as it gets for build quality.
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