The Deck 82's burly physical build and durable internal key switches ensure its longevity, and its low price relative to other mechanical keyboards solidifies our recommendation for those looking to upgrade their typing hardware.
At the Homebrew Computer Club's 30th anniversary party, Steve Wozniak reminisces about writing hexadecimal codes. Former club president Lee Felsenstein and club member Allen Baum then praise Woz as the world's fastest code typer.
Avid typists may find the letters disappearing from the keys after prolonged use. Sharon Vaknin has a couple of suggestions to keep that from happening.
The Deck 82 keyboard's space-saving design, adjustable backlit luminescence, and low price tag make this fully customizable keyboard a win for mechanical keyboard typists.
The Fast Finger Keyboard has keys that are in the order of the ABC's, and is convenient for beginner typists.
The Topre Realforce 103UB 55g keyboard is a simple mechanical keyboard with unique, quiet switches underneath the keys that minimize the familiar clacking sound of other mechanical keyboards. Passionate, well-off typists interested in accommodating their neighbors might have some interest in this expensive input device, but with few other standout features, we can't recommend it to other mechanical-keyboard fans due to its high price.
The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K350 stands out for its comfortable ergonomic touches, an easy learning curve, affordable price, and unique Unifying connection. We have minor issues with the placement of the media controls, but heavy typists will appreciate what Logitech has to offer.
Announced ahead of the mobile show, we finally got to see the petite 3.5-inch starter phone alongside its L-series siblings.
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Dryft uses a tablet touch sensor and accelerometer to dynamically find your fingers as you type and tries to keep them under it.
You can't beat the price of Anker's thin keyboard for the iPad Air, but serious typists should invest in a better option.