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Keyboard similar to the Lycosa

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So here's the deal. I got the Lycosa about 2 weeks ago.. and I'm about to send it back. The lights would flicker and my space bar all of a sudden stopped working. I've given up on Razer because like my keyboard, the mouse is bugged so I threw that out too. The mouse would randomly disconnect itsself so I just gave up on it. For my backups, I'm using a Microsoft Media keyboard and a mx500 mouse. I'm going to keep the mouse but once I get the money back for the keyboard I'm getting a new keyboard. So I'm curious if there's another keyboard like it that's not from that company. I told myself I'm not buying a thing from them again. So to describe it, I'm looking for a keyboard that is small and thin, keys feel like the keys of a laptop, and lights up. I have about 80 bucks to spend so hit me with anything in that range. Having media keys are a plus, I just don't want some fat plastic keys that stick up... I like how a laptop's keys are and hope to find a keyboard with similar characteristics. Wireless or Cord is fine, thank you very much. If you need any more information, please respond.

Edited by sapguar, 20 January 2008 - 04:10 PM.

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Have a look at some Logitech stuff
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