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Camo Filco Majestouch-2, Tenkeyless, NKR, Tactile Action, USA Keyboard FKBN87M/EMU2

3.3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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Product Description

Finished in the latest camouflage design, the Filco Majestouch 2 Camouflage (Multicam) makes games come alive. With all the great features of the standard Majestouch, the Multicam has the added benefit of full multi media functions. For example you can adjust the volume of music and play, pause, advance and rewind tracks. It also comes with additional contrasting Green WASD keys, a Filco key puller to make changing the keys as easy as possible, and a braided cable. 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 'brown' MX linear feel key switch. The Cherry MX 'brown' key switch, gives a tactile 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 tactile feel.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.3 x 14 x 1.3 inches
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 3 pounds
Manufacturer Diatec
ASIN B005J936EY
Item model number FKBN87M/EMU2
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3.3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,512 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboards
Date first available at Amazon.com August 31, 2011

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Typing on a mechanical keyboard for the first time (or at least in a *really* long time) is quite liberating. Why have we been living in the keyboard dark ages for so long? I find that I type more effortlessly and quickly. It seems you can get into a better rhythm with the way the keys respond.

Now I need to get a second one for work...

This keyboard is fantastic on the Mac. All you need to do is remap the "Alt" key to the "Command" key and you should be good. (I hardly ever use the alt key anyway, so it's not really a big deal to move it as the "Windows" key on the right.)

Also, I like the fact that the function keys F1-F12 are functional by default--you have to hold down Fn to access the media functions, which is usually the opposite with Apple keyboards.
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First, I'm quite a mechanical keyboard nut. And as far as that goes, Cherry MX is the most popular mechanical switch. As far as Cherry MX switch boards, the Filco is pretty much known as the best. (See: geekhack.org)

So, this board is great! Just like every other Filco, except it has the camo pattern which is very high quality and applied perfectly.
Brown switches are my favorite, I MUCH perfer tenkeyless for mouse room, I love Filco, and I like camo. Thus... this is my favorite mechanical board. (And I have own at least a dozen)

The problem: UNLIKE most Filco boards, they decided to make the left "Windows" key a Fn key instead. I suppose most Windows users don't use the Windows key, so this may be a good thing. (It opens up media keys on the F1..F12 row) For a Mac user though, this sucks. The Fn key can't be mapped as a normal key, and there aren't any firmware hacks that I'm aware of that can fix this. (I've looked) Well, for a mac person, that's you're option key. Again, some basic Mac users may not use it, but I use it constantly in my line of work. So I remapped the capslock key to be my option key. (Was previously remapped as my control key) Boy that took some time to get used to... and I had to change it on all my other computers just so they're the same. Not ideal... but I like the keyboard, so worth it. On the bright side, the Fn does open up your F keys to do the things normally found on the top row of a mac keyboard.

Anyway, overall highly recommended.
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So I ended up trying both the Brown and Black variants of this keyboard. The size and build quality are amazing. I am a avid 20+ hours a week FPS gamer, BF4 is my latest game. Coming from a membrane keyboard I felt like the pressure required to activate these keys is way, way to high. I had hand fatigue within hours of gaming, I guess if you want a camo keyboard to type on this would be great. I grabbed a refurbished Corsair K70, with Red keys and LOVE the keys, I miss not having 10 keyless, if they made this with Red keys I would grab one in a sec. Going to grab a 10 keyless variant from another company ASAP. It sucks because there is so much to like about this keyboard, having the windows key on the right sided is a real win for gamers, no chance to hit it without need for a way to turn it off. Oh well, first world problems.
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This is a great little keyboard. It feels very solidly built and has some weight to it. As a Windows/PC user, I have no problems with the key layout of this keyboard, but as the Mac reviewers mentioned, the Fn key has been moved between the left Ctrl and Alt keys for easier access to the media F keys I suppose.

I have no problems with the camo print as it is well done except for some reason they decided to write "multicam" on various random areas as part of the print.

This is my first mechanical keyboard so I was a bit uneasy as to what switch type to purchase. The tactile feeling on the brown switches are not so obvious if you are typing fast, especially if you are coming from a rubber dome keyboard and are used to bottoming out your keys. They are however much more responsive, and I don't feel like I have to exert as much force to get a response.
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This is my second mechanical keyboard with my first being the Razer Black Widow (with blue switches). I must say this keyboard is excellent to type on with the perfect balance for typing and gaming (I play fps and mmos). My only gripe is that my particular keyboard flexes way too much. I constantly move this keyboard from my desktop to my lenovo x200 and just picking it up is a symphony of creaks and flexing plastic. I'm comparing this to a cheaper mechanical keyboard I picked from here as well (cm storm quickfire rapid Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Blue CHERRY MX Switches (SGK-4000-GKCL1-US)). The difference in build quality is astounding. The quickfire does not creak at all even when squeezing the chassis. I love the unique color scheme of this keyboard, but I'm not sure if I can overcome the creaky plastic. I'm ready to exchange or return this keyboard because I expect a solid keyboard at this price.

For those who don't care about creaky plastic, please do yourself a favor and pick this keyboard up. I spend 8 hours at work keyboarding away and then another 5-6 hours gaming after work. I would say a mechanical keyboard is right up there along with a dual monitor setup for someone who's on the computer as much as I am.
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