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USA Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, Tenkeyless, NKR, Linear Action, Keyboard FKBN87ML/EFB2
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- The Ten-Keyless version of the Majestouch-2 Ninja: instead of having legends on the top of the keys it has legends on the front of the keys.
- Additional Accessories :The Ninja comes with 2 sets of Windows keys 1 set top printed, 1 set front printed,
- Comes with and a key puller to help you change the keys.
- True N-key rollover:The functionality by which all the typed keys are recognized on the PC, even when many keys are typed simultaneously
- Solid and stylish:The rigid case construction gives a sure and comfortable typing experience with a specially designed font.
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The Ten-Keyless version of the Majestouch-2 Ninja. Filcos Ninja has the same layout as a standard US keyboard, but instead of having legends on the top of the keys it has legends on the front of the keys. This is the 87 key version of Majestouch the Majestouch without the number pad. With this compact keyboard, you can save space while having the same layout, and the same tactile feel as the existing Majestouch 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. Additional Accessories. The Ninja comes with 2 sets of Windows keys 1 set top printed, 1 set front printed, and a key puller to help you change the keys. 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.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 technical details section above has a problem. Since this is a "linear" keyboard it has Cherry MX Black switches. Search for "Mechanical Keyboard Guide" on the web and you'll find a good description of what that means.
I was a little concerned that this might not actually have much of a clicking sound, being linear. It actually does have a satisfying click when the keys are fully depressed. You may not always need to press the key down all the way, but when you do it does make a pleasing noise. This sound is nothing like the MX Blue switches (not nearly as obnoxious).
Construction quality is amazing. It has been a long time since I've felt a keyboard as dense or as heavy. The key layout feels a little more compact than my old Key Tronic 104, but even with my big hands it is very easy to operate.
I love the "ninja" style keys. I don't look at the keyboard much anyway. For those times that I do it is nice that the printing is on the front of each key. I like being able to remove keys in order to clean the keyboard, or even replace keys with special ones. MX switches allow you to do both.
Despite all this I actually prefer the spring weight and tactile feel of MX Brown swithes for general use (typng and gaming) of the "Tactile" keyboards. I may be returning this one in order to go that way. Everyone has their own preference. If you know someone with one of these keyboards to try out, you should jump on the chance.
The weight of it is amazing. It is heavier than most keyboards which is perfect because this keyboard will not move throughout the day. If you want it moved, you need to pick it up and re-position it yourself. I have been using this for a little while now and it is a sturdy keyboard. I use it at work and type a lot. It work in a noisier tech environment so the loud mechanical sound does not bother anyone (mainly people want to try it out and those who do are wanting one). If you are in a quiet environment where people expect it to be quiet, this may not fit so well in that area. I am typing on it right now.
The only thing that I would like to see (and this isn't even a problem, just a personal thing) is a braided cord for the USB cord. That is really my only negative for this keyboard. I anticipate to stick with this keyboard for a long time to come. Five stars. Definitely my go to keyboard for years to come.
The board itself feels solid, since it's much heavier than any other rubber dome keyboard I've used, so it won't move as often. These particular keycaps are of the ABS variety (look it up, trust me its important stuff to know). So far, I haven't noticed the shininess that many people have noticed from usage. Other side printed keycaps of greater quality are very rare, and are even more rare when in this color combination. I don't even think they exist unless it is a one-off set. That said, I think the side printed caps make this keyboard that much more unique, and very good at making you adjust to touch typing. Lately, I haven't had to look down at my keyboard. I since I'm mostly using this keyboard is a darker environment, I can't even see the side print that well, forcing me to get used to touch typing. Another thing I have to get used to is having a TKL board. I still find myself randomly reaching for the keypad's enter key, or reaching for the keypad to input a series of numbers.
A lot of people think that the switch used in this model, Cherry MX Blacks, are a bit stiff since a lot of people are used to the lower force needed to press a rubber dome keyboard. But this is nothing that you can't adjust to, since I've done it in such a short period of time. One thing you will have trouble with though is getting used to not bottoming out because if you're like me, I've only used rubber dome keyboards for 99% of my life. It is that much harder on this since it is a linear, and you have no indication of when the key registers the keystroke. If you want a keyboard that you'll probably learn how to NOT bottom out on, try the Blues or Browns since getting Clears (a stiffer version of the Browns) is not exactly a walk in the park unless you're ready to do research and religiously browse the forums. I've started to use a lot less travel so I'm not bottoming out as hard or as often as before, but its still a work in progress.
Another thing I've noticed when it comes to mechanical keyboards is usually, it attracts the DIY/enthusiast builders. If you're one of these people, there are a wealth of keycaps, mods, and forums that can help you achieve your perfect keyboard and key set. You really can't imagine the amount of different keycaps you can get for these keyboards. I've noticed that there is a lot of support for Filco keyboards in the key sets to that is another advantage to purchasing a Filco board.
All in all, it is really up to you which switch you decide to get, and whether or not you need or want a TKL board. Regardless of which one you choose, or even if you choose an entirely different brand, you WILL notice a huge difference between a mechanical keyboard and a regular rubber dome keyboard. Your fingers will thank you for it as well as your eyes.