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post #16 of 152
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Originally Posted by ZepFloyd View Post
Was wondering what type of keyboards everyone here has...i've been thinking about getting this:

so what keyboard do you have?
Hey Zep!

I am typing from exactly this keyboard you posted. It's awesome looking, typing is great!

But this *must* be the ultimate keyboard-fi!

Art Lebedev Optimus Maximus Keyboard with 113 OLED Graphical Screen Keys - Black Products Model: OPTIMUS-MAXIMUS [OPTIMUS-MAXIMUS] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
post #17 of 152
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Originally Posted by Leo- View Post
Hey Zep!

I am typing from exactly this keyboard you posted. It's awesome looking, typing is great!

But this *must* be the ultimate keyboard-fi!

Art Lebedev Optimus Maximus Keyboard with 113 OLED Graphical Screen Keys - Black Products Model: OPTIMUS-MAXIMUS [OPTIMUS-MAXIMUS] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
It's not good for typing from the reviews I've read. It's more just for show... like buying a diamond-encrusted laptop, you wouldn't do anything with it.
post #18 of 152
I've been a big fan of the Keytronic keyboards. I've used a straight black one for some time and love the layout, key feel and performance.

I didn't think I'd like the MacBook keyboard at all, but I've ended up loving it.
post #19 of 152


Microsoft Natural 4000

By far the best keyboard I've ever used. I've tried a lot, and nothing's ever come close. The Ergo may look daunting, but I picked it up nearly instantly (of course, I've been able to touch type for a long time) and it's amazingly comfortable. It doesn't screw with your normal typing habits either - I get about 120WPM on the desktop but still above 90 on the laptop too.
post #20 of 152
I use the G-15 from Logitech as well. I miss the wireless, but willing to sacrifice for the lit keys at night.
post #21 of 152
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Microsoft Natural 4000

By far the best keyboard I've ever used. I've tried a lot, and nothing's ever come close. The Ergo may look daunting, but I picked it up nearly instantly (of course, I've been able to touch type for a long time) and it's amazingly comfortable. It doesn't screw with your normal typing habits either - I get about 120WPM on the desktop but still above 90 on the laptop too.
that looks daunting..i dont type the normal way like you would being taught in a keyboarding class...so this might take some adjusting too...i kind of like the logitech wave or whatever its called as well...i dont know..keep the suggestions coming
post #22 of 152
mac keyboard, the new one.
post #23 of 152
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Originally Posted by ZepFloyd View Post
that looks daunting..i dont type the normal way like you would being taught in a keyboarding class...so this might take some adjusting too...i kind of like the logitech wave or whatever its called as well...i dont know..keep the suggestions coming
My keyboard is similar, and it basically forces you to type "properly." The Logitech wouldn't be quite as bad, but I think it would impact your typing somewhat.
post #24 of 152
I use the Microsoft Natural 4000 at work. It's really not that daunting and on sale all the time. Watch Dealnews.com.

If you want a little daunting task get the 508 keyboard I mentioned earlier. That way you can type two-handed (conventional) or one-handed (and keep the other on the mouse). Takes about up to a week of practice, but cool.
post #25 of 152
I have never really like ergonomic keyboards and didn't really spend alot money on them until I got the lycosa.
post #26 of 152
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Originally Posted by Arainach View Post


Microsoft Natural 4000

By far the best keyboard I've ever used. I've tried a lot, and nothing's ever come close. The Ergo may look daunting, but I picked it up nearly instantly (of course, I've been able to touch type for a long time) and it's amazingly comfortable. It doesn't screw with your normal typing habits either - I get about 120WPM on the desktop but still above 90 on the laptop too.
Another vote for Microsoft natural 4000. Best keyboard I have used so far. I'm not fond of microsoft hardware but with this keyboard, they strike gold.
post #27 of 152
If I could give any keyboard I try, I'd be most interested in the SafeType Vertical.

post #28 of 152
Saitek Eclipse II.

I love everything about it. I don't know how to explain it, but the key press resistance on it feels absolutely perfect. I think TheMarchingMule can understand.
post #29 of 152
I really want to try the Cherry / Keytronic keyboards. Have heard great things about the response/feel of the keys. While I think logitech's got several nice features on their keyboards, I even use one of their cheaper ones, I don't think their key response/feel is near that of those offered by cherry and keytronic.
post #30 of 152
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Originally Posted by LostOne.TR View Post
I really want to try the Cherry / Keytronic keyboards. Have heard great things about the response/feel of the keys. While I think logitech's got several nice features on their keyboards, I even use one of their cheaper ones, I don't think their key response/feel is near that of those offered by cherry and keytronic.
Oh my god I love my Keytronic. That thing is invincible.
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