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I need a new keyboard for my PC. The letters on my old one have pretty much worn off (fortunately I'm mostly a touch-typist).
I'm looking for an ergonomic one, but I'd like one with a fairly light touch, so I'm not feeling like I'm pounding on the keyboard (which may mean re-training my hands to a lighter touch). And it should be fairly fast... I think I'm typing faster than my current cheap-o one can deal with, because I'm noticing a lot of transposed letters (or maybe I'm just overly tired right now, and the error is in my fingers.)
For once, I can say that price is no object, if the quality is there. I'm finishing up The Project From Hell, and I'll be paid well for it.
There's no such thing as useless information; only information I haven't used yet.
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