lake54 at lake54.com
Mon Sep 1 14:12:15 BST 2008
Was gonna suggest a G15 as well, but wasn't sure about the compatibility. I've got a G15 (got it last week, in fact!) and it's great. The keys do take a bit of getting used to, though, because of the 'G' keys on the left, where they're around the Ctrl, shift, caps and tab keys (look at the pics of it on Logitechs website).
Great keyboard. Logitech are generally good anyway, I've got a gaming mouse by them as well (G5) - good stuff
>On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 13:50, Robert McWilliam <rmcw at allmail.net> wrote:
>> On Mon, Sep 01, 2008 at 01:14:23PM +0100, Farran wrote:
>>> has anyone got any suggestions for a new keyboard?
>> Keyboard preferences vary dramatically from person to person so
>> recommendations aren't much use. I think keyboards are something where
>> it can be worth paying more to get one from a shop so you get to try
>> it out first (you can order them and send them back if you don't like
>> them but it only takes a couple of iterations of that for the
>> shipping charges to be more than the premium taken by an actual shop).
>> My preference is for the keyboards in thinkpads, but I haven't found a
>> desktop version of this yet.
>> Any keyboard should work for the basic functionality since the
>> interfaces are standardised. There can be issues with the extra
>> shortcut buttons as the code they send seems to be chosen at random by
>> manufacturers, but you can map them to what they are supposed to do
>> Robert McWilliam rmcw at allmail.net www.ormiret.com
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>The Model M is a gorgeous keyboard, not necessarily in appearance..
>but the quality.
>I however, have a Logitech G15, an expensive unit, but very cool on
>Linux, you can get the LCD working, the keys respond very well :)
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