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Old January 5, 2009, 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by sswilson View Post
Just like your first scroll mouse.... once you've owned a quality keyboard there's no going back...... :)

Makes sense though.... our entire computing experience is done through the keyboard and mouse.... just like a quality set of speakers, if they're sub quality, the whole experience is going to be sub quality.
Ya I understand that. But in all honesty my $20 MS Comfort Curve 2000 is probably the nicest typing experience I've ever had. It's like typing on a good notebook keyboard; low profile keys and action, just the way I like it. And it was $20 - $15 on sale. If you want a REAL quality keyboard, as in durable etc... most anyone will tell you to get a model M, which has nothing to do with style or LED lights. Not really my kind of keyboard though.
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