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  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Cannot go directly to ducky?
     
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    not tried yet. but Im afraid of going to them because they're from china/taiwan and they might not english good.....
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    they might English gooder than you think.:laugh: A lot of the things I see come from there, and rarely do I have any language barriers;)
     
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    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    with that being said though, Ive contacted Edimax & Also TP-Link and their english has been pretty good.

    Since ive started an RMA with my retailer, i might as well see what they have to say first.
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Agreed. I've actually spoken directly to customer service in Taiwan, China and South Korea, and all of them spoke very good English. The Taiwanese woman even English'd better than me, and I'm pretty sure it's not her native language. Speaking from a customer support perspective, it seems to be the Middle East and western Asia that don't English good.
     
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    I am really interested in those Kailh switches but looking up on mech keyboard forum like GH and Deksthority always gives me bad impression about those switches.
    I am aware that they are copying Cherry's design but are they really bad ? Yes, they are a bit cheaper than Cherry MX equipped mech keyboard but not something that I would call "cheap" since membrane keyboards dont cost as much as they do.
    I am interested in 84-key or 60% mech keyboard right now and Keycool brand is on my list but apparently they started using Kailh switches in their newer keyboards.

    More shots of my keyboard :D

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    Back to using my Ducky Shine III with MX Browns!!!! oh man, it feels so good i might even masturbate and shoot a load all over it. I cant stand the noise of blue switches!!!!
     
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    Cool keyboard.....yes pun intended!
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