Because with 12KRO you can't be sure that eg. A and D are independent. The quoted number is a MAXIMUM, not a minimum. Ie. with 12KRO it is possible to have 12 different keys registered at the same time, but not necessarily ANY combination of 12 different keys.Why do you need 64KRO?You have 10 fingers, most people don't share keyboards, why do you need more than 12KRO (USB limit = 6KRO per instance of Keyboard in driver memory, 2 instances = 12KRO which is sufficient for 10 fingers)?
Thats what I thought. I just ordered the Rosewill RK-6000 though, and with 2 15ft USB extension cables and shipping, it was only $53 with the $10 off promo code. This is the cheapest mechanical keyboard I could find that seems legit and Im still kind of skeptical, but Im not paying $100 for a keyboard and I dont care how well made it might be.Yea, I would love to own a mechanical keyboard, but they are too expensive.
brown keys have a 2mm key travel before they respond. They are also quiet compared to Blue/Red keys. Cherry MX keys also have 10m+ keystrokes they are supposed to last for. What are you talking about?Looks like a scam. Someone remind me what in a keyboard commands such a price premium? Aside from mechanical keyboards being ridiculously loud with a key travel deeper than the Grand Canyon? IB
BRO! i have a max nighthawk brown switch with the green LED's. Its frickin awesome and gel wrist wrest is great, screw those plastic ones on the trigger and others.I own a MaxKeyboard with a couple of custom color jobs, and it comes with FULL N-Key rollover, individual transistors for the lighting of each key, foam wrist rest, etc. Best keyboard I ever had. http://www.maxkeyboard.com/customize-keyboard.html