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keyboard trends

On 01/18/2011 07:56 PM, Mark J Dulcey wrote:
> Loud clicky keys might be fine for a desktop keyboard, but they're a=20
> terrible idea for a laptop that is likely to be used in a crowded room.=
> Way back when I worked for Unitech we got in a laptop for evaluation an=
> it had a click keyboard -- I couldn't help wondering "what were the=20
> designers smoking when they designed this?"
IMHO, clicks should be configurable. Some people really need to hear the

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