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Old 07-18-2008, 11:35 AM   #2
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I had a very nice ergonomic wireless keyboard which I absolutely loved - its only disadvantage was that it was rather big and took up a lot of desk space. Until it just stopped working.

Half a year earlier I'd bought a small laptop-size compact keyboard as a spare for only EUR 15. Its only disadvantage is that some letters are by now worn off (the most-used keys, of course: e, n, left shift, insert ad arrow-left are gone). No clickety-clack but it gives good tactile feedback and I can type fast (for me) on it. It even has some programmable extra buttons but I only use the volume and mute keys occasionally. I love how small and light it is, and how I can easily put it aside to make room for something else. My only regret is that I didn't buy more of these "spares"!

   
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