Zowie Celeritas: Speeds And Feeds
|400 x 162 x 27 mm
|Palm Rest Measurements:
|Not included, but simulated by the body
|< 1 kg
|NKRO, limited to 6KRO in USB operation
|Mechanical switches, Cherry MX-Brown 50 000 Keystrokes 4 mm Total Hub tactile, non-clicky
|The Zowie RTR technology allows the speed of the keystrokes to be adjusted between 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x. Multimedia keys are emulated by a Fn switch.
|German, standard layout
|USB and PS/2 (via adapter)
(Source: Zowie, Cherry)
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"You will find keyboards even pricier than these, but that's a consequence of built-in special functions and gimmicks, not better quality or suitability."Reply
That's a bit ignorant, since you didn't test them. Try a Topre Realforce and tell me it's a gimmick.
Great write up! I have a tenkeyless Leopold cherry brown and love it.Reply
Where is the Filco Majestouch in the product list?Reply
Poorly done overview. A lot of keyboard missing in action.Reply
Hmm looking at those keyboard's layouts make me wince. I don't think I could stand a huge enter key, a nonexistent "\", Y and Z being switched, and a funky shift key. I'm happy with my blank das keyboard, thank you very much.Reply
I actually went away from mechanical keyboards about 7 years ago. I really prefer a solid rubber dome keyboard. I currently use a Logitech MX5500 for gaming and a Logitech Wave for typing. Never had any issues with either for their purposes. I do miss the tactile feel, but honestly the 5500 is a MUCH better gaming board, plus the noise doesn't drive me crazy.Reply
For all of you with exotic keyboards, you must be extra special picky ;) I type 110 wpm without error and have no trouble with the wave or 5500.
My Model M is too cool for this review.Reply
wheres the das keyboard model s ultimate?Reply
I kind of wished they had compared them to some mainstream keyboards like the cheapy walmart logitech, dell keyboard, or ibm. Sure they work great, but compared to what. I'm not a fan of loud and clicky ibm, but thats as far as my interest in key-presses goes.Reply
I bought my G110 for the extra macro keys that I never use. In fact I use the onboard volume control more often.
Where is the Model M? Is it too cool for this review?Reply
And it's "buckling spring", not "bent spring"