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Typematrix 2030 della tastiera: nero US Dvorak
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typematrix offre alta qualità, morbida in Silicone che stampo al vostro 2030 keyboard. Questi nuovi 2 A generazione nuova pelli avvolgono i bordi su tutti i lati, afferrando la tastiera da sotto, grazie alle novità 3/10,2 cm bordo che ha delle aperture per i piedi. Le pelli sono un po 'più spessi e afferrare le singole chiavi porta, imbottitura in gli spazi fra i tappi ancora meglio. Il foro di uscita per il cavo USB è sagomata e rinforzata. Queste nuove pelli sono ancora flessibile e facile da rimuovere, e può essere pulito con un detergente delicato e acqua.
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Long story: I've been searching for a good, full-size "chicklet" style keyboard for my home use. I've been a touch typist for nearly 30 years, and am a professional computer programmer (for over 25). After using various laptops with that style keyboard, I realized they were much easier to type on - shorter travel, less resistance, much less effort for typing, and the only reason I did not enjoy using them was the placement of other than the alphabetic keys - like control, alt, delete, backspace, the arrow keys, etc.
At work I was able to get an older Mac style keyboard - the nice, WIRED, brushed aluminum ones. They work great on the PC, for the record. I wanted something like that for my home use, but the only ones here that fit the bill (full size wired) are the old ones - and they pretty much start at around $100 for a decent used one here on Amazon.
I keep mentioning "wired" here, and I want to explain that every wireless keyboard I've used has had too many key presses dropping out when I really get going; I also don't like the thought of replacing batteries, or running out of charge when I'm in the middle of something.
I've tried a few different keyboards from various companies (including Kensington and Dell), and while they are OK, nothing comes close to that old Mac keyboard. The Kensington came the closest to what I wanted, but some of the keys felt cheap - the spacebar made noises, especially when hitting to the side.
I know I can get new Mac keyboards, but they are all wireless, as far as I can tell. I also have seen the Microsoft Surfacebook keyboard, and it looks spectacular, but it's also wireless and I've also heard some reviewers with the same complaints I have - key dropouts. It's also over $100 (around $100 on sale from some third party sellers).
So here's the deal with this keyboard... aesthetically, it's nowhere near the Mac keyboard. I got the silver color one, but it's plastic, and not quite as thin as the Mac keyboard. I can live with that - after all, we're talking about a new keyboard that costs $100 than a used Mac one I'm comparing it too; it doesn't affect typing, which is my primary concern.
They keys are more of a hard plastic than the Mac keyboard, which feels like the keys are more of a hard rubber. The difference is how grippy the keys are for your fingers... I hit a key on the Mac keyboard, and my finger doesn't slip the way it does on this keyboard. The key placement is nearly identical - it's essentially the perfect full size keyboard key placement.
Now... for a wired keyboard, I feel like I get a serious amount of dropped keys. Perhaps I'm not hitting the keys dead center; I don't know, but I can tell you I'm hitting all the keys as I'm typing, and coming up short on the output. I've been living with it for about a week, but I think I am going to bite the bullet and shell out the $100+ for an old Mac keyboard, and hope that some PC peripheral manufacturer comes up with something close by the time it wears out.
Update#1: The plastic/rubber cover that is provided actually hinders my typing speed as my fingers can't easily glide off of the keys. Held the plastic/rubber up to a light and there were small shavings of something everywhere on it. Blew on it and it disappeared. To where, I do not know.
Update#2: Spacebar has a dead zone on the bottom right often resulting in words not being spaced properly.
Update#3: Found additional keys with dead zones. Often finding myself hitting FN+Tab instead of Alt+Tab.
I removed one of the lobsided keys to see if I could straighten it out but it wont pop back on now, I've never had that problem with any keyboard.
Despite the larger keys and layout the key actuation is light and not very tactile. A lot of strange design choices here not sure who this is made for.
Going back to the hp elite v2.