Salutations to you, geekhackers
I'm quite new to the mechanical keyboard world, and have only recently felt the need to get myself something good to type on. I know a lot of perfectly good keyboards are thrown away or sold for almost nothing, so I tried to look in that direction.
And then I found something, a Tulip keyboard, I had never heard of that brand, but well, for 3€, that seemed to be a good way to get my first mechanical keyboard. I cleaned the hell out of it and now I've been using it for two weeks, with no problem whatsoever.
I made a bit of search, but I haven't been able to find anything about the switches it used however. I know this keyboard is a copy of the venerable Model M, but I have the impression that the switches, from the pictures I've seen, are different.
Here are some pictures I've taken, I tried to give a good overview : http://www.flickr.com/photos/captain_coke/sets/72157629849016588/detail/
Also, the keys seem to be double-shot, which is a good thing, I guess?
Anyway, if you have any information, I'd be quite grateful. Do you think this is a good keyboard or should I try to find something better? (I like the typing on it, but I'm coming from a rubber dome IBM, so anything mechanical is better to me... it's also very loud, but I like it.)
Thanks in advance =)
(and excuse my english, I'm a frenchie)