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USA Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard

FKBN104MC/EFB2

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Filco's 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 Keyboard combines the high quality typing feel of Cherry MX switches, steel mounted in a rock solid body with full N-key Rollover function, all put together in a very slick package.

£126.00 (£105.00 ex VAT) 

USA Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard - FKBN104MC/EFB2

N-Key Rollover allows multiple simultaneous key presses to be recognized by your computer. A big help for the superfast typist or serious gamer. These keyboards just make you want to type.
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.
  • Tactile feel, audible click action (Blue switch)
  • Gold contacts
  • 4.0mm travel
  • 2.0mm actuation point
  • 2.1oz actuating force keyswitch
  • Switches tested to 50 million actuations
  • Blue LED's

USA Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard - FKBN104MC/EFB2

Manufacturer
Part Number
FKBN104MC/EFB2
Connection
Combi USB & PS/2
Cable length
1.5 Metre
Language Layout
USA
Number of keys/buttons
104
Switch Type
Cherry MX Blue
Length
440 mm
Depth
138 mm
Height
36 mm
Weight
1.24 kg
Compatible
PC
Gross Weight
1.7 kg

USA Filco Ninja Majestouch-2, NKR, Click Action, Keyboard - FKBN104MC/EFB2

  Anonymous  05/11/2015
Didn't imagine it'd happen so quickly! But yes a DHL courier appeared at my doorstep with my new Filco keyboard about 30 minutes ago.Superb tactile feel. Reminiscent of the old days when I would settle for nothing less than mechanical keyboards--with metal switches--made by Northgate a long-defunct American manufacturer of PC-compatibles. All my worries about WinXP 64-bit as I should have realized, it doesn't matter. Not for a keyboard.I expect I'll try to install some sort of software or driver to remap the keyboard. Having worked with DEC mainframes for more than two decades--predating my ever having touched an IBM-or-similar PC yet--the habit is deeply ingrained that of expecting the Ctrl key to be on the left, not the bottom. In the past I'd attempted to reeducate my hands but with little success. More difficult, now that I'm far older i.e. set in my ways, etcetera. You know cranky. Oh true, the keycaps wouldn't be marked correctly but only for two keys? Hardly be a major issue. Anyhow the Filco's key labelling scheme--on the side, rather than the top, as usual--is subtle (and appeals to me, especially now that I have it right in front of me). How often do I look at the keys, anyhow? Not much.No matter. Primarily, I wanted to let you know how tremendously pleased I am with the keyboard, and with The Keyboard Company's--at every step of the way--superb service.

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