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Offline Andy

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New Keyboard Recommendations
« on: May 19, 2011, 10:55:20 AM »
Afternoon all;

It's that magical time of where I proclaim my boredom with my current keyboard and mouse. It happens probably once every three years - but I just becoming frustrated with my fingers not wanting to type anymore.
Anyway, I'm a keen fan of the Apple Keyboard - for it's slim buttons, it's the pricetag that puts me off personally (I'm a poor just about to graduate student  :lol:)

The only requirement is that it has to work on both OSX and Windows - not a major issue with the hardware now-a-days but still worth noting.
Oh, and probably a wireless / bluetooth solution too.

Any recommendations are gratefully received!

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Re: New Keyboard Recommendations
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2011, 07:44:46 PM »
Andy,
the Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 not only looks good but it wont use much of your student loan either leaving you anough left for the student bar  :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :GRAFX: :thud:


But then if your fokes are treeting you then what about the Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000


 
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