Keyboard


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Travis King

I'm looking for a clicky keyboard that's black and has the enter key that's
not L-shaped. I would like it also to have some multimedia keys such as
volume, previous, next, stop, pause/play, and the like. I'm looking for
something that's affordable and won't break the bank, and I would prefer it
if it's wired. I would go for the IBM Model M, but it lacks the multimedia
keys, it's difficult to find, and it's expensive even for its age. The
keyboard I'm looking for doesn't have to be as clicky as the Model M, but I
don't want it to be mushy or spongy like most keyboards are anymore. Thanks
for trying to solve this wild goose chase.
 
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Travis King said:
I'm looking for a clicky keyboard that's black and has the enter key
that's not L-shaped. I would like it also to have some multimedia keys
such as volume, previous, next, stop, pause/play, and the like. I'm
looking for something that's affordable and won't break the bank, and I
would prefer it if it's wired. I would go for the IBM Model M, but it
lacks the multimedia keys, it's difficult to find, and it's expensive even
for its age. The keyboard I'm looking for doesn't have to be as clicky as
the Model M, but I don't want it to be mushy or spongy like most keyboards
are anymore. Thanks for trying to solve this wild goose chase.

ASDA - reduce price at the moment. cordless logitec bundle. Much cheaper
than I expected. Not sure if the keys click, but I believe the enter is
vertical, not L shaped.
 
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kony

ASDA - reduce price at the moment. cordless logitec bundle. Much cheaper
than I expected. Not sure if the keys click, but I believe the enter is
vertical, not L shaped.


Travis is seeking the impossible, an old fashioned separate
mechanically switched keyboard like the IBM Model M, but
with the modern multimedia keys. Being that picky about
something that is so rare, and substantially more expensive
to build, then thinking the model M which wasn't rare or
that unique is too expensive, is just an impossible list of
demands.
 
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Travis King

kony said:
Travis is seeking the impossible, an old fashioned separate
mechanically switched keyboard like the IBM Model M, but
with the modern multimedia keys. Being that picky about
something that is so rare, and substantially more expensive
to build, then thinking the model M which wasn't rare or
that unique is too expensive, is just an impossible list of
demands.

That was what I suspected. Like I said at the end of my original post,
"Thanks for trying to solve this wild goose chase".
 

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