Any modern "clicky" keyboards available?


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Flor

I want to get a nice "clicky" keyboard. I have a Dell "mechanical" now
that they used to sell as an upgrade but it's taken a few too many
spills. They don't sell this keyboard any more. I know everyone
recommends the old IBM model "M" but it doesn't have the extra
"Windows" key which I need.

Does anyone make mechanical "clicky" keyboards these days?

Thanks.
 
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Peter Piper

[This followup was posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt and a copy
was sent to the cited author.]

I want to get a nice "clicky" keyboard. I have a Dell "mechanical" now
that they used to sell as an upgrade but it's taken a few too many
spills. They don't sell this keyboard any more. I know everyone
recommends the old IBM model "M" but it doesn't have the extra
"Windows" key which I need.

Does anyone make mechanical "clicky" keyboards these days?

Thanks.
YES! YES! Focus 2001. Next best thing to my aging Northgate OmniKey 102.

Newegg.com has them for $23 delivered. Have fun.

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduct.asp?submit=manufactory&catalog=63&
manufactory=1476&DEPA=1&sortby=14&order=1

Peter
 
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John Coleman

I want to get a nice "clicky" keyboard. I have a Dell "mechanical" now
that they used to sell as an upgrade but it's taken a few too many
spills. They don't sell this keyboard any more. I know everyone
recommends the old IBM model "M" but it doesn't have the extra
"Windows" key which I need.

Does anyone make mechanical "clicky" keyboards these days?

Thanks.

Still using a Focus 2001 I bought at least ten years ago. Yes, you can
get at Newegg, plan on getting one myself when I upgrade.
 
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