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keyboard trends

On 01/19/2011 08:06 AM, Rich Braun wrote:
> I got a laugh out of this thread.  At workplaces, I've had to suffer through
> one style after another of keyboards as they mutate over the years.
> At home, I proudly pound on a True Blue IBM keyboard from days gone by (when
> we used to call PCs "IBM-Compatible").  Someday, I guess, they'll quit making
> motherboards that have "PS2" keyboard connectors and then I'll either have to
> dig out a USB adapter or change to something more modern.
> [...]
> They don't make 'em like this anymore!

Yes they do.

The mention of keyboards made me remember this and I just ordered the 
Customizer 101 with Quiet Touch*.  If anyone is interested, I'll write 
up a review after it arrives and I've had a chance to use it.


*If you do want the Windows keys, get the Customizer 104/105

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