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PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2005 10:15 am 
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DeckGuy Adam wrote:
Green LED's: I can't obtain exact specs for these at this time, but they appear to be extremely similar to the specs for the blue LEDs. You can view those specs on the 'Modify' section. I will try to get specs as soon as I can.

Other color LED's: The specs for the red, blue, and yellow LED's should be posted under the 'Modify' section of our main site. I will add green tomorrow as I said previously.


Thank you Adam. I will monitor MOD section. Do the keys have tactile feedback? It is so difficult to buy a kb without feeling...touching! You can see I'm a nubie. I can't do the quote right.


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DeckGuy Adam wrote:
It's up to you really. Since you already have a PS2 KVM set up, my suggestion would be to buy your Deck Legend with the PS2 setup. [snip] Converting the Legend from PS2>USB is a very easy conversion with no soldering; USB>PS2 is the trickier one but also not really that complicated. At least if it does work you didn't have to spend the extra money on the new KVM.
I hear you there. KVM switches aint cheap (well, some are, but you get what you pay for).

Eventually though you would have to convert it to USB to use it with your 360. I don't think they are going to provide a PS2 interface on those but I could be wrong.this one from IOGear for example is a beaut (I run dual-display, but one monitor is always plugged into my main machine)... but it's around $200 most places. Eek.
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Eventually though you would have to convert it to USB to use it with your 360. I don't think they are going to provide a PS2 interface on those but I could be wrong.
The thought of a PS/2>USB adapter frankly makes me cringe. I think I'll take your advice, get the PS/2 and convert it to USB when the hole in my wallet from the Xbox 360 fills back up, so I can go out and buy a USB KVM switch... there are some decent ones around $50-60 most places.


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I've edited my previous post to provide the answers I didn't have before. Looks like I left some out though.

Our keyboards do not have tactile feedback.

I updated the 'Modify' section to reflect the green LEDs specs.

You should get an email confirmation when your order has shipped.

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