Linked by alcibiades on Mon 9th Feb 2009 15:26 UTC
Apple Lately I bought the Apple Aluminum Keyboard, and thought people might be interested in how it worked out after extended use. It was bought because it is quiet. If your priority is quietness, its far and away the best that's readily available. Tried out in a store you could tell it would do the trick on quietness. It seemed it would probably be OK to type on. But this is something you only find out by long sessions.
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Spring keyboards forever
by Machster on Mon 9th Feb 2009 16:18 UTC
Machster
Member since:
2007-05-15

I use the Matias Tactile Pro and will never give it up. That and my IBM M for my PC are only the ones I use. I can't stand mushy keyboards regardless of how pretty they look. If sound is a problem there is an easy solution: buy everyone around you ear plugs!

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RE: Spring keyboards forever
by liber on Tue 10th Feb 2009 07:16 in reply to "Spring keyboards forever"
liber Member since:
2008-10-26

They'll have to pry my model M from my cold dead hands. The tactile response this keyboard gives is actually amazing. I hate most membrane keyboards (especially the apple ones. Those I hate with passion), because I always end up pressing the keys too hard just to be sure I reached the bottom.

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RE[2]: Spring keyboards forever
by Arawn on Thu 12th Feb 2009 14:50 in reply to "RE: Spring keyboards forever"
Arawn Member since:
2005-07-13

Hear, hear!!

I will probably die before my Model M does. Best keyboard ever. Loud?? Hell yeah!

Model M FTW!

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