As its title suggests, this week's forum tidings post is about keyboards. While looking around our General Hardware subforum, we came upon this thread by a fresh gerbil recruit who calls himself 2x4. In short, 2x4 is looking to replace his old Logitech keyboard with something that has a little more 'zazz and is better suited to gaming.
Gerbils take their keyboards seriously, and already a couple dozen of them have replied to 2x4's thread to suggest a replacement. Their recommended keyboards range from Logitech's souped-up G15 gaming keyboard to more old-fashioned clicky keyboards like the IBM Model M and its recent derivatives. Some gerbils have also taken a liking to Microsoft keyboards like the Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, the Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000, and the Reclusa.
What's your weapon of choice when it comes to typing? Are you keen on laptop-style keyboards, regular desktop offerings, or old clicky behemoths? Do you have a space-age ergonomic model with which you're sure to never contract carpal tunnel syndrome? Feel free to hit 2x4's thread with your recommendation, whatever it may be. As always, don't forget to register a forum account first if you don't already have one.
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