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Typing on a Metadot Das Keyboard Ultimate
 
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The keyboard has large rubber feet to prevent it from moving around on one's desk. It is small and relatively lightweight when compared to a buckling-spring keyboard, but the case feels very sturdy. The blank keycaps have a satin-like texture and the case itself has a high-gloss finish like an LG or Samsung HDTV casing. It comes with a cleaning cloth similar to the kind used for eyeglasses; you will need this, as the high-gloss finish attracts dust and smudges. The switches have 4mm of travel and actuate about halfway through a keystroke with a very crisp click. The keys are very sensitive and don't need to be bottomed out to actuate them. Even if pressed lightly so that the click is barely audible, they still respond without fail. Their performance is very consistent. When released slowly, the keys stick slightly before returning to the de-actuated position, necessitating that the typist release a key completely to avoid repeat characters when tapping the same key repeatedly. The keys seem to de-actuate at a slightly higher position in the key travel than they actuate, which may throw off some first-time users until they become accustomed to it. It's probably an illusion due to the slight resistance "hump" the keys have on their upstroke. The force and travel required to actuate the switches is considerably less than that of a buckling-spring keyboard, giving them a very different feel from an IBM Model M. All in all, I feel that the Metadot Das Keyboard Ultimate is an excellent addition to anyone's collection, and a very good all-rounder for typing and gaming purposes, but typing especially. Some say that you shouldn't use a clicky keyboard to play games, but if you're used to gaming on a Model M, then gaming on Das Keyboard will be no trouble at all. In the video, I consistently typed at about 93 to 100 wpm while taking a few practice typing tests at play.typeracer.com, but I had a bunch of errors that were 100% my own fault (hence all the backspacing). A skilled typist should easily be able to manage 100+ wpm on this keyboard without making any errors at all. The keyboard's typing performance is virtually flawless. Plus, it sounds and feels wonderful. I mean, look. Even Sunglasses-Wearing President Jackson approves.
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Brinkmanship - Reaper (Fallout Equestria: Project Horizons) [Fan Music]
 
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All hail Queen Whiskey. Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?chh0nc17g7mxnk6 (Chalk drawing discovered in an abandoned elementary school somewhere on the outskirts of Hoofington) Fallout Equestria is by Kkat Fallout Equestria: Project Horizons is by Somber My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is © Hasbro
Views: 2745 Spartan043
Brinkmanship - Trottenheimer's Folly (Fallout Equestria: Project Horizons) [Fan Music]
 
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A weapon that puts the power of a Megaspell in one's hooves is not to be taken lightly. Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?1w3j1guvj03vzfw Fallout Equestria is by Kkat Fallout Equestria: Project Horizons is by Somber My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is © Hasbro
Views: 2333 Spartan043
KSP Jetbike - Test Flight to Abandoned Airstrip
 
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Only a maniac would ride this thing.
Views: 458 Spartan043
Halo: Reach Beta - Where is your core now?
 
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Your core. Where is it?
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ACS Odin Walkthrough
 
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A quick run-through of the Odin's interior.
Views: 723 Spartan043
*THASF* - Titanfall Beta on Angel City
 
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Takes a while for this match to heat up, but when it does, oh boy.
Views: 141 Spartan043
Halo: Reach Beta - Swordfighter
 
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Things get dicey.
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Strike Vector EX Sniper Challenge - Pragmatic Rocket
 
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How to do the sniper challenge "Pragmatic Rocket" in under six seconds.
Views: 71 Spartan043
Max Payne 3 Deathmatch - Branco Headquarters - 78-20
 
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In this vid, I play some Max Payne 3 FFA DM Free Aim and mop the floor with some kids. I think I made a couple people ragequit. I've also been accused of using hacks, when I do nothing of the sort. Just 100% legit beasting, with the aid of a Logitech G500 and a clicky Metadot Das Keyboard. Oh, and a computer powerful enough to record with Fraps while the game is on max settings. System Specifications: CPU: Intel Core i7-2600K "Sandy Bridge" 3.4GHz CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 Motherboard: ASUS Sabertooth Z77 RAM: Corsair Vengeance LP 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 1600 SDRAM GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW 2GB Boot Drive: Corsair Force Series GT 240GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive
Views: 360 Spartan043
Grimhildr Flips Out and Kills People
 
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Like a ninja, or something.
Views: 117 Spartan043
TRUE NORD HERO
 
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She's the heroine Skyrim deserves, but not the one it needs right now.
Views: 247 Spartan043