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Oblivious

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#11 13 years ago
G®33N<@|>Anyone use one of these? I was lookin' at this one: http://www.newegg.com/product/product.asp?item=N82E16823109148 If you do use one, in your opinion how does it compare to a standard keyboard?

We used to have one of the original Microsoft ergo keyboards similar in shape to that, and my wife swore by it. It didn't make much difference to me, but I don't type nearly as much as she does. It does feel like a more natural typing position though.




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#12 13 years ago

I don't seem to have problems with prolonged use of normal keyboards, so I've never considered one of these. I have used one, and it was tricky, but I know they take some getting used to.

I also touch type, so I would really see a dent in my typing speed until I got used to it, which would probably event in my own suicide before such a time.




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#13 13 years ago

I have an older model of that keyboard (Wireless version) and I absolutely love it. It's SO much easier to type on, and it makes touch typing a lot easier, since each hand get's it's own set of keys, and they're right where you expect them to be. Overall, I'd say it's DEFINATELY worth the $40 USD to pick one up




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