Differences between the B.87, B.87 X2, and B.87R X2?

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  • #807

    LunarisDream
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    Hi.

    I’m gathering the parts for a keyboard and was wondering what the differences were between the B.87, B.87 X2, and B.87R X2 PCBs. Could you please tell me?

    Thanks!

    #825
    #826

    LunarisDream
    Participant

    Thank you for your prompt response! Expect a purchase from me very soon. 🙂

    #827

    LunarisDream
    Participant

    Could you please double check your description of the R and non-R PCBs?

    In the description, you said that the one with “R” has the LEDs at the bottom of the switch, but then you gave a picture of the “non-R version”. In your product page for the “R” version (http://winkeyless.kr/product/b-87r-x2-pcb/), you have the LED holes north of the switch.

    For the second half of the description, you said the one without “R” has the LEDs north of the switch, but then said <R version> after that w/ a picture.

    #828

    LunarisDream
    Participant

    And also, one more quick question: what type of stabilizers do your B.87 PCBs use? Plate-mounted or PCB-mounted?

    Thanks!

    #830

    Ooops Sorry.
    My mistake!
    I’ve fixed.

    Thanks for your instruction.

    #831

    We offer Cherry stabilizers which are PCB-mounted type.

    #834

    LunarisDream
    Participant

    Excellent. Thank you very much for your help!

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