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brett wrote:My fave is undoubtedly my Matias Tactile Pro, which was an attempt to replicate and modernize the old Apple Extended keyboard, using the same kind of mechanical keyswitches. I was skeptical after hearing all the praise for it from writers (and about its high price) and reviewers , but it's true: I never typed faster or more accurately than with it.
Sadly, however, I can no longer use it because ever since I got my MacBook, whose keyboard I do most of my writing on, I can't switch back to the old-style Matias keyboard wihtout incurring typos for an hour, and the same thing happens when I switch back. I really love the MacBook's new low profile keys, but they're so different from the old style keyboards t hat it takes my hands an hour or more to readjust. This never happened with my PowerBook. Also, I moved to a smaller place, and the Matias is so loud and clacky that it disturbs my mate. So, I'm looking to trade it for one of the new aluminum Apple keyboards, which use the same keys as the MacBooks.
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matt wrote:You might want to have a look at the Macally IceKey keyboard - it has the same low profile as the MacBook/Pro (it has laptop-style scissor-keys), so you might find switching back and forth easier.
Tue Sep 30, 2008 6:26 pm Post
antony wrote: requires a solid Extended II-style whack to get a key to register.
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