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Re: ot- buying a new name brand pc with xp
- Subject: Re: ot- buying a new name brand pc with xp
- From: Manuel Castelao castelao@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 10:50:31 +0100
Daniel Say wrote:
Then, your recommendation is for the "buckling spring" model. Am I right?
Only if you have tried it and nearby people can stand the clackety clack.
They are heavy. Many people don't like hauling
Some people like lighter keyboards. I grew up
on heavier keyboards with more action so my fingers react differently on softer keyboards and make more
Daniel,Thank you very much for your information. In my case, I like the
"clackety clack" very much. As stated in a previous message, it's a safe
sign of a successful pressed key and then it reduces mistakes without
any doubt. In fact, the Omnikey/Plus has the best layout design but I
always missed the IBM "click". The only missing feature in the Unicomp
keyboard is the duplicated Home-Arrows-Page down section because it's
very handy to have the Home key close to the Up-arrow key and so on.