- Gh1391401 04:45, 21 June 2012 (CEST): Is this really a true Tenkeyless keyboard? I would probably classify it some other way eventhough it fits the description ... maybe I will look for a new category, thoughts?
- A "tenkeyless" keyboard is a keyboard without a numeric keypad. The word "tenkey" refers to the 10 numeric keys of the numeric keypad but most tenkeyless keyboards lack also other keys that would have resided within the same key group. To be called "tenkeyless", the keyboard must also have arrow and navigation keys beside an alphanumeric key group, otherwise it would be merely "compact".
- Gh1391401 04:53, 21 June 2012 (CEST): I don't know as much about this board TBH, and I don't want to take someone else's content, feel free to update if you know more! For instance, it says NKRO in the documentation but I havn't been able to get this to work... also I think keycaps come in white? LED colors? Switch types? Lots to fill in :)
- Gh1391401 21:52, 21 June 2012 (CEST): Tested with Microsoft Applied Sciences: Keyboard Ghosting Explained! and over USB board performs at 6KRO (despite what the specs say). Board does not appear to be compatible with PS/2.
Should this be "RACE" or "Race"? I don't speak a word of Chinese, so I have no idea what any KBT topics are talking about, but they seem to use both "Race" and "RACE" equally, and possibly "Pure" more than "PURE". Is this another ALPS/Alps example, where "RACE" is just a branding variant? (Just because the "CHERRY MX-BOARD 3.0" is in caps doesn't mean Cherry are now CHERRY!)
I just wanted to settle this before adding KBT Pure/PURE.