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Another Kickstarter came,

Another Kickstarter came, this time the Tabletop Moviemaking Studio. The girls are excited.
Another Kickstarter came, this time the Tabletop Moviemaking Studio. The girls are excited.

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The wrist rest is gone and

The wrist rest is gone and only the rear supports are raised. I think I have the keyboard the way I like it now. The build quality of the Osmium is definitely superior with a good mechanical feel. This will definitely be put through its paces in the coming days...

The wrist rest is gone and only the rear supports are raised. I think I have the keyboard the way I like it now. The build quality of the Osmium is definitely superior with a good mechanical feel. This will definitely be put through its paces in the comin

EDIT: I commented about this on Google+ and thought it worth repeating here: "I can tell you just from an evening of using it, it uses a much lighter touch than I've been used to on the Black Widow. It's actually a faster keyboard, but I have to adjust to it, obviously, so I can match what I did on the Black Widow and then exceed it. It's quite interesting how two mechanical keyboards can be so very different just from the type of switch that they utilize. It's definitely quieter than the Black Widow, but still much, much noisier than the crap standard keyboards of today, some of which are barely audible."

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Yes, I'm actually not using

Yes, I'm actually not using the wrist rest. I didn't have one with the Black Widow and I'm not liking it here. Otherwise, the keyboard is awesome. It's only mechanical keyboards for me if I ever have the choice these days...

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Nice! How do you like that

Nice! How do you like that huge wrist rest, though? That'd have to come off if it were mine.

I've been using a Saitek gaming keyboard for so long half the letters have rubbed off the keys. I'm going to hate it when it finally gives up the ghost; I've enjoyed using it a lot.

I like my G500 mouse, too, enough that I bought an extra one when they were on sale awhile back just to have a replacement. The only thing I wish is that it had a couple more buttons.

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Gigabyte Aivia Osmium

Gigabyte Aivia Osmium mechanical keyboard replacing a Razer Black Widow Ultimate (bad lights). Not as clicky, but quality stuff.
Gigabyte Aivia Osmium mechanical keyboard replacing a Razer Black Widow Ultimate (bad lights). Not as clicky, but quality stuff.

Gotta love the ability to easily swap keys on the Aivia Osmium keyboard.
Gotta love the ability to easily swap keys on the Aivia Osmium keyboard.

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My next generation

My next generation replacement Jawbone UP has arrived!

My next generation replacement Jawbone UP has arrived!

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I agree
clok1966 wrote:

Just me.. or are the games kinda sad for launch? There was a gee- whiz factor with the sports games on the Wii its gone (for me at least).. and most games are wii tars.. or Mii's Even ZombiU a sure fire game for me felt flat.. Some very cool ideas (the respawn as a new person and kill your old self in zombie form to get your stuff was cool).. but its like whipped cream and no pie.. its pretty good for a mouthful, but soon you want the pie.

Yeah, lots of games (second biggest launch line-up ever after PS2), but few titles you can't get elsewhere. Personally, I got New Super Mario Bros Wii U, Tank Tank Tank (which looks fun), and Scribblenauts Unlimited. Of course, both came with NintendoLand. Only two of the games on the list are truly original. Sounds like Zombi U is fun, but has some issues. I'll probably pass on it, frankly.

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Just me.. or are the games

Just me.. or are the games kinda sad for launch? There was a gee- whiz factor with the sports games on the Wii its gone (for me at least).. and most games are wii tars.. or Mii's Even ZombiU a sure fire game for me felt flat.. Some very cool ideas (the respawn as a new person and kill your old self in zombie form to get your stuff was cool).. but its like whipped cream and no pie.. its pretty good for a mouthful, but soon you want the pie.

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Wii U Deluxe front and back

Wii U Deluxe front and back

Wii U Deluxe front and back

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Putting the latest Kickstart

Putting the latest Kickstart chips in my master Amiga 1200 (sorry for the blurry pic!):

Putting the latest Kickstart chips in my master Amiga 1200

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