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Keyboards with ACTUAL keys >> Touchscreens

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I can't stand typing on a touch screen nor browsing menus with one!
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post #2 of 5
Yeah I still use a 20 year old IBM keyboard with a PS2 adapter and after 15 years my mitsumi keyboard finally bit the big one (I must have repaired it 10 times!).



Old heavy keyboards rock, when you sit them on your lap they don't fly around while your typeing!



Now they want WinBlows to be all hand in the air agrbage like in "The (Shoot forgot that movie name with the "Precogs" and Tom Cruise)... on the tip of my tounge, Hah remebered it "Minority report".

Lolz my brain is so bad I remebered it when typeing the word "tounge" and by the time I finished it I had forgotten again for a few seconds!



They reaLLY MESSED UP MY MEDS THIS TIME :MAD: @!#$! caps lock.
post #3 of 5
Ha, I agree wholeheartedly.



You ought to be able to FEEL something physical when playing with tech!
    
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You ought to be able to FEEL something physical when playing with tech!


And vibration feedback is NOT an excuse!
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post #5 of 5
Funny now the old normal click keys are the shizzle again! I never stopped useing them. I used to work for cherry.
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