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Poll Results: Do you like the idea of tenkeyless?

 
  • 81% (30)
    YES
  • 18% (7)
    NO
37 Total Votes  
post #21 of 23
I have both Tenkeyless and Full-sized keyboards but always end up going back to Full-sized. I'm too accustomed to using the numpad for most of my number entries. Although that said, I total appreciate the Tenkeyless in term for the comfort it introduced due to it's shorter design.
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post #22 of 23
I've owned either kind and all comes down to personal preference, personally i like that it saves space and considering im touch type i've never used the num pad, so why star
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Will typing position be disrupted by the missing numpad?
There is also the ergonomic issue, how tenkeyless will allow me to put my hands closer together. I'm not a small person and I don't feel stretched with my 104 keyboard ATM.

Soz if i've missed this reading through the posts... I've not measured it but comparing the two types of keyboard side by side, the dimensions are the same... think of the Tenkeyless as a normal Keyboard and then "saw" off the numpad... basically regarding ur questions it shouldnt affect you
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LG 2453 / LG 2363D 3D Vision Filco Red & Brown Tenkeyless CM 1250 W CORSAIR 800D 
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post #23 of 23
I have both full and tenkeyless. I am using full now.

I vote Yes for the excellent idea of tenkeyless. You will be lighter when moving the keyboard around.
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