Linked by David Adams on Sat 2nd Oct 2010 16:47 UTC, submitted by sawboss
Humor If you follow the keyboard collectors market (yeah, didn't think so . . .) then you'd certainly know that the IBM model M15 split ergonomic is pretty much the most desirable keyboard out there. A small number of them were made over a short span of time (1994-1995), and their clunky plastic knob and super-adjustable design meant that over years many of them broke. So when one lands on eBay, it's a big deal.
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by tomchr on Sun 3rd Oct 2010 18:00 UTC
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I never really got on well with IBM Model Ms or any buckling spring keyboard for that matter. In my opinion, they're simply too noisy and have awkward and uncomfortable key travel distance. The best keyboard I've come across, is the IBM laptop ThinkPad T4x Series NMB type. Quite tactile and snappy.

Edited 2010-10-03 18:01 UTC

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