Author Topic: Topre Keyboards for Europe.  (Read 88274 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Bruce

  • * Moderator
  • Thread Starter
  • Posts: 571
    • http://www.keyboardco.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« on: Thu, 01 July 2010, 14:27:54 »
Hi All

Im proud to announce that we have signed an agreement with Topre to make their high quality Realforce keyboards available to the European Market.

In the first instance, we will look to stock a printed 105 model in three or four language varieties. For widest appeal.

Were polishing up a few details right now and I would hope to have stock in by October 2010.

Bruce

Offline itlnstln

  • Posts: 13093
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 01 July 2010, 14:30:56 »
Congrats.  Well done, Bruce.


Offline Bruce

  • * Moderator
  • Thread Starter
  • Posts: 571
    • http://www.keyboardco.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 01 July 2010, 15:49:14 »
87U or 88U would be my favorite too but we felt we'd have most appeal to most people with the full size model.
I did check numbers with some people and it seems about 70/30 in favour of full size in Japan.
Tenkeyless is certainly in my thoughts.

Offline British

  • Posts: 429
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #3 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 04:54:57 »
Sweet news !

Offline itlnstln

  • Posts: 13093
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #4 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 07:04:59 »
Are you going to have any all-30 or all-45g. models in ANSI?


Offline itlnstln

  • Posts: 13093
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #5 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 08:32:43 »
Looks like an oven... or a morgue.


Offline TheSoulhunter

  • Posts: 1495
  • Location: Euroland
  • Thorpelicious!
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #6 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 10:01:54 »
Quote from: itlnstln;198653
Looks like an oven... or a morgue.

Yeah, and iirc the rent is higher than for a 100m2 flat in my country, lol!

Offline sixty

  • Posts: 1855
    • http://deskthority.net
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #7 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 10:05:59 »
Good news. The only thing I'm worried about after seeing the other European Distributor prices is that the price will be just as high as buying one in USD+shipping.

Anyway, Maybe I will be proven wrong.

Offline platon

  • Posts: 122
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #8 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 10:25:07 »
Quote from: sixty;198673
Good news. The only thing I'm worried about after seeing the other European Distributor prices is that the price will be just as high as buying one in USD+shipping.

Anyway, Maybe I will be proven wrong.


Even if it is like that , at least you don't have to worry about extra taxes at customs.
Filco Majestouch brown no nkro, Filco tenkeyless white lettered with browns, IBM Model M 1392934 Space Saving \'91 x 2, Cherry G80-3000 LSCEU-2, Chicony KB-5181, SGI Granite 9500900, IBM Model M 52G9658 \'94, HHKB Lite 2 for Mac, SGI RT6856T (rubber dome), Logitech Illuminated Keyboard, CH DT225 trackball, SGI 063-0009-001 mouse

Offline British

  • Posts: 429
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #9 on: Fri, 02 July 2010, 12:00:39 »
Quote from: platon;198682
Even if it is like that , at least you don't have to worry about extra taxes at customs.

And it's ISO \o/

Offline whininggit

  • Posts: 113
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #10 on: Sun, 04 July 2010, 15:21:15 »
Excellent news!

I had excellent service from The Keyboard Company when I ordered a G80-3000 a few months ago and I will be happy to send more money their way (in exchange for a keyboard, of course).
Cherry G80-3000LSCGB-2 (modded to Cherry MX Browns) (main) | Cherry G84-4100 (Cherry ML) | Compaq MX-11800 (modded to Cherry MX Blue) | Dell AT101W (Alps Black) | IBM Model M 1391406 (Buckling Spring) | Matias Tactile Pro (1.0) (Alps) | SGI AT-101 (Alps w/Dampers) | Black Alpsulator (XM Alps-type)

Offline JBert

  • Posts: 1192
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #11 on: Sun, 04 July 2010, 16:00:49 »
Quote from: platon;198682
Quote from: sixty;198673
Good news. The only thing I'm worried about after seeing the other European Distributor prices is that the price will be just as high as buying one in USD+shipping.

Anyway, Maybe I will be proven wrong.
Even if it is like that , at least you don't have to worry about extra taxes at customs.
Seconded: it effectively does away with the customs lottery meaning you can get your keyboard sooner.
The downside is that the price is what it is, it will include import taxes in some way or another.

I'm still undecided whether to pick an ANSI or UK ISO model but this is pretty good news nonetheless.
IBM Model F XT + Soarer's USB Converter || Cherry G80-3000/Clears

The storage list:
IBM Model F AT || Cherry G80-3000/Blues || Compaq MX11800 (Cherry brown, bizarre layout) || IBM KB-8923 (model M-style RD) || G81-3010 Hxx || BTC 5100C || G81-3000 Sxx || Atari keyboard (?)


Currently ignored by: nobody?

Disclaimer: we don\'t help you save money on [strike]keyboards[/strike] hardware, rather we make you feel less bad about your expense.
[/SIZE]

Offline test157

  • Posts: 92
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #12 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 04:30:43 »
105 are already long time for sale in Europe from verkkokauppa.com. IMHO 87U is much interested model.

Offline British

  • Posts: 429
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #13 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 06:33:17 »
Well, some people don't talk Finnish (if I'm not mistaken), and may find it hard to navigate in that site (and some translaters don't cope well with sites where you buy stuff).
And those keyboards seems limited to Finnish anyway.

Offline ch_123

  • * Exalted Elder
  • Posts: 9246
  • Hello Baton Rouge
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #14 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 08:42:06 »
Just as long as no one tries to make an ISO version of the HHKB, everything will be ok...

Offline Rajagra

  • Posts: 2950
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #15 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 09:44:42 »
Quote from: itlnstln;198653
Looks like an oven... or a morgue.


Or something worse:


Offline British

  • Posts: 429
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #16 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 09:44:58 »
Quote from: ch_123;199634
make an ISO version of the HHKB

That would actually be interesting, but might be a pain for those layouts (like french of course) where you have to use shift to access the numbers row... same reason that makes tenkeyless layouts a bit less desirable, size notwithstanding.

Offline ch_123

  • * Exalted Elder
  • Posts: 9246
  • Hello Baton Rouge
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #17 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 11:06:52 »
It would also screw up a lot of the advantages of the HHKB layout. The Japanese HHKB is sort of like what an ISO HHKB would be like, but I don't see why you'd bother...

Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #18 on: Mon, 05 July 2010, 15:16:29 »
Quote from: Bruce;198365
Hi All

I’m proud to announce that we have signed an agreement with Topre to make their high quality Realforce keyboards available to the European Market.

In the first instance, we will look to stock a printed 105 model in three or four language varieties. For widest appeal.

We’re polishing up a few details right now and I would hope to have stock in by October 2010.

Bruce

I've started a thread a few days ago about getting a HHKB pro 2 (plain, non-japanese version) in the Netherlands, and I personally would feel more comfortable ordering from a UK company instead of a US or Japanese one - even if it's just to get shipping and tax sorted out before ordering. Is this deal for RealForce only or are you also looking into HHKB boards?

Edit: good on you for doing this, by the way. It's hard enough getting decent keyboards over here, so even if you stick with "just" the 105 Realforce boards it's a definite improvement. Though personally, I'm really leaning towards 10-keyless or smaller form factors at the moment, hence my asking about the HHKB.
« Last Edit: Mon, 05 July 2010, 15:25:46 by Superfluous Parentheses »
Current collection: HHKB Pro 2 black on black, HHKB Pro 2 white/grey blank, [strike]Dell AT101W[/strike] (sold to SirClickAlot), 1992 Model M, Key Tronic Ergoforce KT 2001, BTC 5100 C. Dead boards: MS Natural Elite, MS Natural 4000.

Offline Dirty Bint

  • Posts: 115
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #19 on: Tue, 06 July 2010, 09:46:24 »
Quote from: Bruce;198365
Hi All

Im proud to announce that we have signed an agreement with Topre to make their high quality Realforce keyboards available to the European Market.

In the first instance, we will look to stock a printed 105 model in three or four language varieties. For widest appeal.

Were polishing up a few details right now and I would hope to have stock in by October 2010.

Bruce



Never mind that expensive crap, get the Filco Tenkeyless UK sorted out !!


Rgds
Dirty Bint
I\'m so filthy, I\'m disgusting.

Offline krstf

  • Posts: 26
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #20 on: Mon, 19 July 2010, 04:30:46 »
Great news,
even though I'm most interested in a tenkeyless version - hope you'll be getting those as well sooner than later - or a HHKB (if that's gonna happen..).

Keep up the good work,
cheers!!

Offline grilkip

  • Posts: 125
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #21 on: Fri, 30 July 2010, 14:44:59 »
Very cool, here's my vote for offering ANSI as well though. I live in the ISO world, but hate it.
Filco tenkeyless (browns) - IBM Model M - Cherry G80-3000LSCEU (blues) Das Prof. S (blues)

ANSI FTW

Offline Terrysko

  • Posts: 11
Late enough!
« Reply #22 on: Thu, 05 August 2010, 10:18:34 »
Quote from: Bruce;198365
Were polishing up a few details right now and I would hope to have stock in by October 2010.

That's also for me good news. I hope it is also available than in white/gray instead of only black (Topre Realforce 105U, Model No. WE1100).
"We will disclose our corporate activities and operating information in a timely and proper manner, so that our investors can make informed investment decisions." - Topre Corporation

Wishlist: Topre Realforce 105U, PFU Systems HHKB Pro 2, NEC MultiSync EA261WM (26");

Offline eliOcs

  • Posts: 25
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #23 on: Thu, 05 August 2010, 11:11:46 »
I just wanted to give another vote to the Spanish layouts :D. I would definitely buy any topre or filco with spanish layout.

Keep up the your good work!

Offline norberto

  • Posts: 2
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #24 on: Sat, 14 August 2010, 07:56:26 »
One vote for an AZERTY layout for french people.
Thanks.

Offline ch_123

  • * Exalted Elder
  • Posts: 9246
  • Hello Baton Rouge
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #25 on: Sat, 14 August 2010, 10:33:54 »
Quote from: grilkip;207853
Very cool, here's my vote for offering ANSI as well though. I live in the ISO world, but hate it.


Isn't US International the de facto standard layout for the Netherlands?

Offline grilkip

  • Posts: 125
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #26 on: Sat, 14 August 2010, 10:58:22 »
Quote from: ch_123;212547
Isn't US International the de facto standard layout for the Netherlands?


I was under the impression that the vertical enter key means ISO, but upon reading up it appears not to be so.

But anyway, what I don't like is the vertical enter key that is very common here. People think it's trivial, but I can't stand it. Before I learned about mechanical keyboards I even imported rubber domes for this reason.
Filco tenkeyless (browns) - IBM Model M - Cherry G80-3000LSCEU (blues) Das Prof. S (blues)

ANSI FTW

Offline grilkip

  • Posts: 125
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #27 on: Thu, 30 September 2010, 04:18:15 »
It's almost october!
Filco tenkeyless (browns) - IBM Model M - Cherry G80-3000LSCEU (blues) Das Prof. S (blues)

ANSI FTW

Offline keyboardlover

  • Posts: 10201
  • Hey Paul Walker, Click It or Ticket!
    • http://www.keyboardlover.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #28 on: Thu, 30 September 2010, 07:41:16 »
Quote from: grilkip
It's almost october!


I'm really looking forward to seeing what they have, because I'm going to England in December. If they have something I like, I'll order it and pick it up when I get there!

Offline zefrer

  • Posts: 482
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #29 on: Thu, 30 September 2010, 10:59:41 »
Quote from: Dirty Bint;199946
Never mind that expensive crap, get the Filco Tenkeyless UK sorted out !!


Rgds
Dirty Bint


Seconded, I'm looking to buy just that myself.

Offline Jim66

  • Posts: 387
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #30 on: Thu, 30 September 2010, 12:13:52 »
I will be looking forward to this.. Keep us informed.

Offline rwd

  • Posts: 1
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #31 on: Thu, 30 September 2010, 18:32:35 »
First post here, as I've only just started seriously looking into getting a keyboard with a better feel and shorter body than the Enermax Aurora I've been tapping at for some years.

Before seeing this post, I emailed the Keyboard Company yesterday asking about Topre keyboards in the UK, and Bruce quickly responded to let me know that they expect to be getting them in in November or December. Hoping for an 87UB here...

Offline keyboardlover

  • Posts: 10201
  • Hey Paul Walker, Click It or Ticket!
    • http://www.keyboardlover.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #32 on: Thu, 30 September 2010, 18:51:13 »
Quote from: rwd;228567
First post here, as I've only just started seriously looking into getting a keyboard with a better feel and shorter body than the Enermax Aurora I've been tapping at for some years.

Before seeing this post, I emailed the Keyboard Company yesterday asking about Topre keyboards in the UK, and Bruce quickly responded to let me know that they expect to be getting them in in November or December. Hoping for an 87UB here...


Hey rwd, welcome to GeekHack!

Unfortunately, Bruce said earlier in this thread that they will only get the full-size models first. Also, Brian from EliteKeyboards mentioned that the 87U will probably be very difficult to find new outside of Korea due to changes in Topre's distribution (which are still ongoing).

I reccomend the full-size models though, but that's because I use the numpad and feel a bit naked without it :D

Offline darkblader

  • Posts: 77
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #33 on: Fri, 01 October 2010, 15:40:50 »
Will there a german layout of the Torpre? also what would be the Price?
CPU : Intel Core i7 920 @ SNK-P0035AP4 | RAM : takeMS 12 Gb DDR3-1333 | GPU : AMD FirePro V4800 1Gb | MOBO : DFI LANparty JR X58-T3H6 | SSD1 : Crucial C300 64 Gb | SSD2 : Intel 320 120 Gb | HDD1 : Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.C 1Tb | PSU : Scythe Stronger 500W[/COLOR]

Filco Majestouch 2 | Topre Realforce 103 U-UW | Deck 82 Ice | KBC Poker | Cherry G81-7000 | Sun Type 7 | Apple Keyboard (MB110D/B)
[/SIZE]

Offline Bruce

  • * Moderator
  • Thread Starter
  • Posts: 571
    • http://www.keyboardco.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #34 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 15:30:35 »
Hi Guys.

I'm hoping to have some news soon so I can post with accurate dates but things are well advanced and I'm optimistic we will have stock by the end of November or early December. We had a look at manual designs last week.

What I can say for sure is we ordered UK, German, Swedish/Finnish and French layouts.
I chose Topre Gold design.
That's a Black 105 Board, full size, with Gold lased lettering and Gold base plate.
I'm not sure how much of the base plate will be visible but I thought that was a nice touch. They will have the variable force switch array.

If there are any ANSI Tenkeyless models 'on the shelf' when our order is ready I will get some also but this is unsure right now.

Offline D-EJ915

  • Posts: 1024
    • http://dej915.darktech.org:777/
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #35 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 16:44:14 »
That gold lettering should be pretty cool.

Offline darkblader

  • Posts: 77
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #36 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 16:44:37 »
what does the gold lettering mean?
CPU : Intel Core i7 920 @ SNK-P0035AP4 | RAM : takeMS 12 Gb DDR3-1333 | GPU : AMD FirePro V4800 1Gb | MOBO : DFI LANparty JR X58-T3H6 | SSD1 : Crucial C300 64 Gb | SSD2 : Intel 320 120 Gb | HDD1 : Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.C 1Tb | PSU : Scythe Stronger 500W[/COLOR]

Filco Majestouch 2 | Topre Realforce 103 U-UW | Deck 82 Ice | KBC Poker | Cherry G81-7000 | Sun Type 7 | Apple Keyboard (MB110D/B)
[/SIZE]

Offline grilkip

  • Posts: 125
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #37 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 16:49:25 »
I can see it from earth.
Filco tenkeyless (browns) - IBM Model M - Cherry G80-3000LSCEU (blues) Das Prof. S (blues)

ANSI FTW

Offline darkblader

  • Posts: 77
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #38 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 17:12:44 »
i like the black lettering more then the gold/yellow
CPU : Intel Core i7 920 @ SNK-P0035AP4 | RAM : takeMS 12 Gb DDR3-1333 | GPU : AMD FirePro V4800 1Gb | MOBO : DFI LANparty JR X58-T3H6 | SSD1 : Crucial C300 64 Gb | SSD2 : Intel 320 120 Gb | HDD1 : Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.C 1Tb | PSU : Scythe Stronger 500W[/COLOR]

Filco Majestouch 2 | Topre Realforce 103 U-UW | Deck 82 Ice | KBC Poker | Cherry G81-7000 | Sun Type 7 | Apple Keyboard (MB110D/B)
[/SIZE]

Offline Ekaros

  • Posts: 1848
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #39 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 17:15:11 »
Quote from: darkblader;229098
i like the black lettering more then the gold/yellow


Still black on black would be kinda hard to sell non-geeks... With gold, some normal "sane" person might make mistake ;D
So I should add something useless here yes? Ok, ok...
Filco 105-key NKRO MX Browns Sw/Fi-layout|IBM Model M 1394545 Lexmark 102-key Finnish-layout 1994-03-22|Cherry G80-3000LQCDE-2 with MX CLEAR
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dell AT102W(105-key SF) (Black ALPS)|Steelseries Steelkeys 6G(MX Black) ISO-FI-layout|Cherry G84-4400 G84-4700 Cherry MLs

Offline keyboardlover

  • Posts: 10201
  • Hey Paul Walker, Click It or Ticket!
    • http://www.keyboardlover.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #40 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 17:49:46 »
I've found that the black on gray (though painful at times) has made me a better touch-typist.

Offline Rajagra

  • Posts: 2950
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #41 on: Sat, 02 October 2010, 17:50:13 »
Quote from: darkblader;229098
i like the black lettering more then the gold/yellow


It's a good compromise. It's readable, but not harsh.

Probably ages better too. (Compared to white.)

Offline ~Blood~

  • Posts: 196
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #42 on: Sun, 03 October 2010, 13:50:15 »
my all 45g ISO tkless won't come true after all!

Offline keyboardlover

  • Posts: 10201
  • Hey Paul Walker, Click It or Ticket!
    • http://www.keyboardlover.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #43 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 08:38:55 »
Quote from: Bruce;229048
They will have the variable force switch array.

If there are any ANSI Tenkeyless models 'on the shelf' when our order is ready I will get some also but this is unsure right now.

Bruce - any possibility of an all 55g version?

Offline ~Blood~

  • Posts: 196
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #44 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 08:58:07 »
why do people like the all 55g over an all 45g version anyway? the HHKB is all 45g, and its a middle weight compared to heavy 55g or light 30/35g.

I heard some bad stories about 55g

Offline keyboardlover

  • Posts: 10201
  • Hey Paul Walker, Click It or Ticket!
    • http://www.keyboardlover.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #45 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 09:00:29 »
Quote from: ~Blood~
why do people like the all 55g over an all 45g version anyway? the HHKB is all 45g, and its a middle weight compared to heavy 55g or light 30/35g.

I heard some bad stories about 55g


What bad stories have you heard? I have 2 all 55g's and I love them. Never tried any other Topre weighting though. I just assumed that I would like it since I found cherry browns to be too light and black alps to be a good weighting but too...alps-y. I guess it's just a personal preference.

Offline ironman31

  • Posts: 1707
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #46 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 10:56:33 »
lol. He probably got worried looking at my thread. But I've actually grown to like my all 55g despite all the complaining I did. I still bottom out all the time when using, and I'm much slower on my Topre than on any other keyboard, but it feels like the 55g is meant to be bottomed out on, it just feels so nice when you do. (sounds great too).

 There will be a time though when I try the variable weight.

(And I still love my Cherry brown board by the way)
« Last Edit: Mon, 04 October 2010, 11:04:23 by ironman31 »
Keyboards:
IBM Model M Space Saving Keyboard (Used), HHKB Pro 2 (White, Lettered), Realforce 87U all-45g in White, Filco Majestouch 2 TKL with Cherry MX Browns, Model F PC/ATNoppoo Choc Mini (MX Browns), Model F XT, IBM Model M 1397735 (bought NIB), (2) Siig Minitouch (GHSS) one with XM, one with complicated ALPs (modded),2 Dell AT101W, Cherry G80-11900HRMUS (modded with MX browns)



Pointing Devices:
Logitech G500, Evoluent VerticalMouse 3, Logitech G5, CST 2545W, Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball, Logitech M570, Logitech MX revolution


Offline darkblader

  • Posts: 77
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #47 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 12:34:54 »
I also would like to get the 45g weight instant of the 55g.
CPU : Intel Core i7 920 @ SNK-P0035AP4 | RAM : takeMS 12 Gb DDR3-1333 | GPU : AMD FirePro V4800 1Gb | MOBO : DFI LANparty JR X58-T3H6 | SSD1 : Crucial C300 64 Gb | SSD2 : Intel 320 120 Gb | HDD1 : Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.C 1Tb | PSU : Scythe Stronger 500W[/COLOR]

Filco Majestouch 2 | Topre Realforce 103 U-UW | Deck 82 Ice | KBC Poker | Cherry G81-7000 | Sun Type 7 | Apple Keyboard (MB110D/B)
[/SIZE]

Offline ironman31

  • Posts: 1707
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #48 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 17:29:57 »
I want them all.
Keyboards:
IBM Model M Space Saving Keyboard (Used), HHKB Pro 2 (White, Lettered), Realforce 87U all-45g in White, Filco Majestouch 2 TKL with Cherry MX Browns, Model F PC/ATNoppoo Choc Mini (MX Browns), Model F XT, IBM Model M 1397735 (bought NIB), (2) Siig Minitouch (GHSS) one with XM, one with complicated ALPs (modded),2 Dell AT101W, Cherry G80-11900HRMUS (modded with MX browns)



Pointing Devices:
Logitech G500, Evoluent VerticalMouse 3, Logitech G5, CST 2545W, Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball, Logitech M570, Logitech MX revolution


Offline keyboardlover

  • Posts: 10201
  • Hey Paul Walker, Click It or Ticket!
    • http://www.keyboardlover.com
Topre Keyboards for Europe.
« Reply #49 on: Mon, 04 October 2010, 17:42:42 »
Quote from: ironman31;229714
I want them all.


In a way I do too, but I want to know what the prices will be too :D