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Originally Posted by 9pintube View Post
OK, YOU WANT A LAUGH ON ME??? I thought for sure this "Post" was going to be about the fi-members keyboards, as in a piano or organs (thought for sure I'd be seeing someones hamond B3 with a pr.of Leslies).....DAMN, how old am I??? Anyway some nice pics and info about KEYBORADS.........
i've pretty much avoided this thread for that exact reason. im not into musical keyboards so i figured why bother lol.
post #47 of 1602
For those who are interested in getting a mechanical keyboard, or just want to know more about them: Mechanical Keyboard Guide - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
post #48 of 1602
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Originally Posted by leftnose View Post
OK. So I'm in the process of building a media PC that will be hooked up to my home theater. I'm looking for a wireless keyboard (bluetooth would be preferred but not required) that has a built in touchpad. Any suggestions? About the only one I can find is the Logitech DiNovo but I'm not sure I like its design.
check out the logitech ps3 keyboard. its full sized and has a full touchpad on the right side. also, it's bluetooth. i used it with my HTPC setup and loved it. it had a really nice range too.

Amazon.com: Logitech PlayStation 3 Cordless MediaBoard Pro: Video Games
post #49 of 1602
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Originally Posted by TheMarchingMule View Post
For those who are interested in getting a mechanical keyboard, or just want to know more about them: Mechanical Keyboard Guide - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
I believe that thread was linked already

still worth a re-mention, since it is such a great resource
post #50 of 1602
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Originally Posted by El_Doug View Post
I believe that thread was linked already

still worth a re-mention, since it is such a great resource
Whoops, looks like you're right.
post #51 of 1602
So what's everyones maximum adjusted WPM on here anyway? I tend to average around 86 or so, but sometimes jump to about 94 at my peak.

What's the point talking about keyboards but not how fast you type?
post #52 of 1602
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Originally Posted by Shike View Post
So what's everyones maximum adjusted WPM on here anyway? I tend to average around 86 or so, but sometimes jump to about 94 at my peak.

What's the point talking about keyboards but not how fast you type?
what is this adjustment factor of which you speak? i'm hesitant to post my results from a standard online word-per-minute test, if it is somehow inaccurate
post #53 of 1602
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Originally Posted by El_Doug View Post
what is this adjustment factor of which you speak? i'm hesitant to post my results from a standard online word-per-minute test, if it is somehow inaccurate
It just means it reduces your score based on mistakes. Both typingtest and 10 fast fingers do this.
post #54 of 1602
I still use a PS/2 Model M, one of the earlier models with the detachable cable and removable keycaps. Mechanical keyboards are amazing.
post #55 of 1602
Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000
nice soft touch with a good curve. I can't type properly on straight keyboards.
post #56 of 1602
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Originally Posted by Shike View Post
So what's everyones maximum adjusted WPM on here anyway? I tend to average around 86 or so, but sometimes jump to about 94 at my peak.

What's the point talking about keyboards but not how fast you type?
TypeRacer can be entertaining for a couple rounds.

While very fast typists certainly exist, it is pretty unusual for people to routinely clock over 100 wpm with good accuracy. Distribution of typing speeds here (PDF linked) .
post #57 of 1602
I can type over 100WPM on qwerty but it requires way too much effort and I don't need to ever type that quickly so I don't bother.
post #58 of 1602
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Originally Posted by D-EJ915 View Post
I can type over 100WPM on qwerty but it requires way too much effort and I don't need to ever type that quickly so I don't bother.
likewise - it requires a lot of my concentration to break 100wpm, and i make a number of errors at that speed

honestly though, my ideas dont even flow that quickly - can't type ideas that I havent even formulated yet
post #59 of 1602
typing on my das pro currently. Secondary is ABS M1...mechanical keyboards all the way!

CLACK CLACK CLACK CLACK
post #60 of 1602
The fun thing about the Filco (and HHKBs) is that they sell the complete set of blank keypads. <3
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