DIATEC Filco Majestouch-2 Tenkeyless NKR ASCII with Red Switch Keyboard Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2011-04-27

The Filco Majestouch Linear R Limited Edition keyboard is a product to consider when doing lots of gaming, but also typing activities, it is Tenkeyless so it takes very little space on the table and comes with the rare Cherry MX Red switches.

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A Closer Look Part II

On the bottom, we can see a central sticker, and on the top sides we've got the motherboard feet:




The feet are also fitted with rubber, for a better grip:





When the feet are not lifted, the keyboard will stay on its rubber pads:




The central sticker shows us the model number, keyboard code name and a serial number:




On the full-sized version, the logo was located on the top right corner; now, we can find it on one of the laterals:




The cable is wrapped up with a cable tie, also Filco branded:




The keyboard can be connected to a spare USB port, but it also comes with a PS/2 adapter; this keyboard features N-key Rollover and when we have connected the keyboard on USB, this function will be limited to 6 keys at a time. However, when the keyboard is connected on a spare PS/2 port, the N-key Rollover limit will be raised :





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Comment from leeghoofd @ 2011/04/27
130 pounds for a keyboard ? That's insane...
Comment from Stefan Mileschin @ 2011/04/28
Originally Posted by leeghoofd View Post
130 pounds for a keyboard ? That's insane...
Hmmm, not really, this is how the mechanical keyboards weight; the previously tested keyboard with Brown switches (full sized) had a weight of 1.2Kg
Comment from leeghoofd @ 2011/04/28
Referring to the price Stefan not the weight
Comment from Stefan Mileschin @ 2011/04/28
Oh, sorry! Regarding the price, yes, you may be right. Guess it's because of the rare Cherry MX Red switches.