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Apple keyboards

Tom Martinson wrote:
> ...I would love to find a keyboard like those ones they 
> have on some of the MACs.   Short Key travel.  Nice "Crack" to the key 
> when you apply enough pressure.  Heavy enough that they don't move 
> around or feel cheep.
> Now if someone made one of those that I could set in front of my home 
> computer, I would take that...
> But I don't want to give any money to Apple.

The Apple keyboards I saw were $50 or less, which is price competitive
for a quality keyboard. If it isn't needlessly overpriced or involve
DRM, I'd have no problems buying Apple hardware.

See my original post for several clones of Apple keyboards.


Tom Metro
Venture Logic, Newton, MA, USA
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