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- 11 May 2019, 21:32
- Forum: Reviews
- Topic: Focus FK-555 keyboard review (Alps SKCM Blue, Omron B3G-S Cyan)
- Replies: 4
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Great sleuthing, thanks for another fantastic video!
- 06 May 2019, 15:15
- Forum: Mice & other input devices
- Topic: Getting new gaming mouse, advice???
- Replies: 10
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I should preface this by saying I don't game at all... I really like my Corsair M65 Pro RGB. But I think you'll find that if 10 people respond, they'll have 10 different opinions. I would at least recommend a mouse with removable weights so you can customize the way the mouse feels to you. And I als...
Ok no problem about the foam I made a good guide here on desktority on the full restoration, foam replacement and layout change I changed to ISO UK layout but you could always ANSI mod it here is the log if you are interested. https://deskthority.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=21167 Thanks! There are actu...
Wow you are brave to take it to work I have an F AT and they are LOUD you got your own private office or something? Also I use the IBM Model F AT as my daily driver at home for working and also gaming and it works great. BTW have you checked the foam is good in your IBM Model F AT? No, I'm not work...
With the Model F just be careful with the foam. If it falls apart on disassembly you'll need to fabricate a replacement since AFAIK there aren't a good sources of Model F parts like there are Model M parts. With F's I tend to take a "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" approach. Model M's I'll take ap...
It's a Model F AT, but apart from that I don't know anything more. I haven't taken it apart yet, and there aren't any stickers on the back. Is there any way to know without taking it apart? I will definitely be taking it apart and doing a refurb eventually, but right now everything is working and so...
Thanks! I wish I had gotten the Model F anywhere close to cheap. But based on my search efforts to find one, I'm just glad I got one so clean. Right now I'm just going to enjoy it, buy eventually I'll have to tear it down and do the refurb.
OK, I had a pretty good day at the mailbox. Received a couple of new toys: IMG_20190504_124537.jpg On the bottom is a white label Model M, born on 7/26/90. It came from ClickyKeyboards.com, expertly refurbished, with a complete screw mod. It' super clean, all the keys feel and sound amazing, I'm typ...
- 03 May 2019, 18:14
- Forum: Keyboards
- Topic: IBM Model M silver label keyboard restoration and screw mod
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1005