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Assasain14
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I use the Alienware TactX keyboard.

http://www.hitechreview.com/uploads/2009/09/Alienware-TactX-Keyboard.jpg

Great specs, just do a quick search up and you’ll find their site with all the features. (Includes back-lit keys for night time coding :) )

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ZoomIt
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Great specs, just do a quick search up and you’ll find their site with all the features. (Includes back-lit keys for night time coding :) )

why do you guys need the back-lit stuff ? A coder should know the position of every key without looking at it

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sevenspark
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One of the best out there :)

http://www.logitech.com/assets/14557/14557.png

That’s what I use and I love it. Highly recommended.

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My keyboard, Apple MB-110. Slim, no noise, and because it’s so slim, the buttons only go in a very small amount. That makes it really really easy to type on it. Best 60$ I ever spent! :) Keys are individually inserted in the aluminium body, dirt doesn’t get under it, etc, etc. :) And it has 2 lateral USB ports. :P Works like a charm on Windows 7 :) ( if anyone wanted to ask )

When I changed to this my typing speed shot up. It’s an excellent keyboard and cheap enough to chuck out when it gets grubby (although it is easy to clean).

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DigitalRicky
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My keyboard, Apple MB-110. Slim, no noise, and because it’s so slim, the buttons only go in a very small amount. That makes it really really easy to type on it. Best 60$ I ever spent! :) Keys are individually inserted in the aluminium body, dirt doesn’t get under it, etc, etc. :) And it has 2 lateral USB ports. :P Works like a charm on Windows 7 :) ( if anyone wanted to ask )
When I changed to this my typing speed shot up. It’s an excellent keyboard and cheap enough to chuck out when it gets grubby (although it is easy to clean).

Got the same keyboard here, and yes its so easy to clean. Just one swipe with a special cloth and its perfect. Unlike my old LG keyboard which now I bet has some 10 year old spaghetti monster living in it… back in the day

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VF
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Feeling comfortable with this.

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Australia
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i al ays us w rel ss keyb ards th y a e gre t a d nev r let you do n

:)

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LionArt
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i al ays us w rel ss keyb ards th y a e gre t a d nev r let you do n :)

+1 :D

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ZoomIt
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Feeling comfortable with this.

best thing about it is that you can write this

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without lifting the finger

but no, seriously, it’s the best keyboard in the world :D

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outandouter
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For me, this sleek beauty does a superb job of both easy typing and portability.

Looks very annoying tbh. I hate high keys, hard to clean, too noisy… etc.

It doesn’t has high keys, is easy to clean, and isn’t much noisy!

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