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When we were clearing out a junkyard cube, we found a bunch of keyboard that arrived with PCs used to upgrade existing users who already has a keyboard. My old eMachines keyboard was beginning to act up so I picked one out of the stack. Now I've got a Dell QuietKey keyboard that is pretty quiet. No clicks, some noise just of the keys themselves, but very minimal. I think the feel is pretty good too. Don't know if Dell sells keyboard individually or as replacements, but I like this one.
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