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 Post subject: Any chance of a clear case on the Legend?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 11:51 pm 
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Not sure if this has been asked already but is it possible or will it be possible to get a clear or at least a case similar in transparency to the Deck smaller (original) boards? It would be nice to have the LED light shine through the keyboard encasement like the originals. Thanks. :D

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We will probably not release any other casings for the Legend, but we will take your request into consideration if we do.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 2:21 pm 
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Yes, please think about it! I have a clear case for my toxic 82-key, and it looks 100% better than the stock housing, IMO. It makes it look lighter, too.


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I just bought a Legend and I also would like to see switchable casings for it. Really I wish the Legend was shared some of the radical styling of the Deck mini board... I love compact keyboards but I need the number pad! IBM made a great compact keyboard for a while, although of course these keys themselves were your typical rubber dome nothings.

I was shopping for a heavy-duty buckling spring keyboard, but the Legend grabbed me for nostalgiac reasons. The pictures of the key-switches (under the caps) on the Deck boards look exactly like the switches on one of my favorite keyboards ever, an add-on keyboard for (man does this date me) the Atari 400. That early 8-bit PC (1979) shipped with a lousy membrane keyboard... this thing installed on top of it and had a great "snappy" feel.

Anyway... interchangable casings for the Legend would be highly desirable!


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I'm for housings for the legend! Will save me from making my own w/ clear resin from a mold!

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DeckGuy Adam wrote:
We will probably not release any other casings for the Legend, but we will take your request into consideration if we do.


Not the answer I was hoping for, but thanks for taking the time to answer our questions on this forum. As an avid computer fanatic, I would strongly urge you to reconsider the stance on casings for the Legend. Deck keyboards and the company would benefit from the effort put into making interchangable casings a reality. Best wishes and thanks again! :D

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