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Filco Ninja Majestouch STINGRAY Tenkeyless MX Low Profile Red Linear USA Keyboard

FKBS87XMRL/EFB

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The Ninja Majestouch STINGRAY Tenkeyless keyboard from master keyboard makers - Filco. This keyboard combines the high quality typing feel of Cherry MX low profile Red switches, steel mounted in a rock solid body with full N-key Rollover function, all put together in a very slick package.
Filco's Ninja has a standard layout, but instead of having legends on the top of the keys it has legends on the front of the keys.

£135.00 (£112.50 ex VAT) 

Filco Ninja Majestouch STINGRAY Tenkeyless MX Low Profile Red Linear USA Keyboard - FKBS87XMRL/EFB

The 87 key Tenkeyless Majestouch (the Majestouch without the number pad), with this compact keyboard, you can save space while having the same layout, and the same feel as the existing Majestouch series.
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 low profile Red switch has shorter travel then traditional MX switches, total key travel of 3.2mm with actuation at 1.2mm
  • Linear low profile action (Cherry MX low profile RGB Red switch)
  • Gold contacts
  • 3.2mm travel
  • 1.2mm actuation point
  • 45g ~ 1.6oz actuating force keyswitch
  • Switches tested to 50 million actuations

Filco Ninja Majestouch STINGRAY Tenkeyless MX Low Profile Red Linear USA Keyboard - FKBS87XMRL/EFB

Manufacturer
Part Number
FKBS87XMRL/EFB
Connection
Combi USB & PS/2
Cable length
1.5 Metre
Language Layout
USA
Number of keys/buttons
87
Switch Type
Cherry MX Low Profile RGB Red
Length
356 mm
Depth
135 mm
Height
32 mm
Weight
980 g
Compatible
PC
Gross Weight
1.35 kg

Filco Ninja Majestouch STINGRAY Tenkeyless MX Low Profile Red Linear USA Keyboard - FKBS87XMRL/EFB

  gordonm  18/11/2019
I've been using 60% keyboards for the past number of years (Filco Minila (MX Brown) and KBP V60 (Matias Quiet Click). Both of these keyboards allowed me to have the keyboard layout I like - specifically ANSI and to have the Ctrl key to the left of 'a' (- the traditional UNIX layout). This Filco Stingray TKL keyboard has the same option, selected by pressing a Fn+F10 option for 1 second (rather than having to fiddle with dip switches). It also has none of the key layout compromises that the 60% boards have. The key switches are new to me - MX low profile red. It still feels like a mechanical keyboard - the key travel and feel very different from a typical laptop keyboard. It sounds a bit louder than the Matias Quiet Click with a different sonic quality - more of a quiet thud. Its a lot quieter than the MX Brown. In my opinion it is a satisfying to type on as either of these keyboards. It also looks good in an understated way - matt black with front printed legends. It has a bit of heft so I won't be carrying it around much - the V60 was much better for that. As an english speaker, one area for improvement mightbe the instruction sheet. It does have and English section but parts of the sheet in other languages suggest there may be more info to be gleaned. How many instructions do you need to use for a keyboard though? I hope to use this keyboard for some time to come.

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