81

conclusion:We like it

81

The Filco Ninja Tenkeyless may be the most understated mechanical keyboard out there. No macro or media keys. No backlight. No wireless option. And no numeric keypad. But it has a great tactile typing experience, front-printed keycaps to keep text from wearing off, and takes up very little space on your desk. It's expensive, and if you need gamer-specific features, you may want to consider something like the gdgt Must-have Razer BlackWidow. But if you're a touch-typist looking for a compact, high-performance deck, the Ninja is hard to beat.

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