Keymat Sample Pictures!

Discussion in 'Pyra News' started by EvilDragon, Oct 14, 2015.

  1. Mr_Loon

    Mr_Loon Can't Remember

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    Looks great, a real step up in terms of visual aesthetics form the Pandora Keyboard :)
     
  2. iprice

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    Very nice  :D
     
  3. Eight Bit

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    I hope the travel is good inregards to the tactile feedback.

    the keymat looks awesome!
     
  4. levi

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    I'm not sure judging by the first photo that they are any more sicky-out (i.e. have any more travel) than the smaller action buttons (I and II).  That's fine with me, fwiw - I rather liked the DS-phat's flat clicky buttons.
     
  5. Kev2442

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    Gorgeous. Just 100% plain gorgeous.
    Looking forward to the video. And the impressions of course. It doesn't look like much travel-wise, but I trust ED.
     
  6. asimov-solensan

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    Thanks for keeping us up to date ED. I really love the finish of the keymat, as others here the only thing I'm concerned in is the feedback of the action buttons.
     
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    This looks so good. I really love it.
     
  8. Wrath Of Khan

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    looks good.
     
     
  9. Hồng Thất Công

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    I don't like it.  

    I LOVE IT!
     
  10. Foxgod

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    Thats an amazing improvement over the Pandora!
     
  11. erico

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    The extra row and the key style is superb!
     
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    i check back on this thread just to admire the keyboard.  the layout is a great compromise among so many design principles, and it's awesome there was so much community input -- no one person can say they designed it.  it even looks great.  thanks ED for one giant leap for keyboards!
     
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  13. Wrath Of Khan

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    The Pyra is coming, from the ether it rises and stands tall - Hark, Hark, hear the Clarion call.
     
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  15. levi

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    Ooh, has the official pronunciation of the product name changed?  Even ED calls it a Pie-rah now!
     
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  16. lordbobjones

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    Looks amazing!   So excited and looking forward to the Pyra with great expectation!
     
  17. j0e

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    looking lush, I'm even more hype now :D
     
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    ... to quote myself :-D
     
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    I think it's a matter of taste.

    My PC has NES, SNES, PS2, PS3, 360, N64, and Gamecube controllers hanging off it (I decided to just wait for my BlissBox 4-play to connect the rest), my Nostalgia PC has a Gravis PC Gamepad and a Gravis PC Gamepad Pro, and I own a Gameboy Color, a Gameboy Advance, and a DS Phat... the Pandora's D-Pad is the one I find the most enjoyment using.

    (Which reminds me, I still need to find an opportunity to test an XBone gamepad to see if its D-Pad feels superior enough to justify buying one.)
     
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  20. Kev2442

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    Don't worry. The XBone gamepad isn't worth it. <_<
    Nah seriously, I had the opportunity to try one in store, only the gamepad, not the console though.
    I still think the X360 is the best one. There has been some improvements, like the better triggers, but it feels... ah, sooo small...
    I even think the X360 could have a little bigger gamepad. Yet they made its successor a little smaller. Argh.
    I always use the sticks, so I'm not that interested into the D-Pad. It has never been a problem to me. But the XBone seems a bit better in that way.
     

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