I’ve been using Microsoft’s Internet Keyboard Pro since they first released it (and since discontinued it). I don’t require too much from my keyboard, mind you – comfort trumps functionality every time. I never liked the split “natural” keyboards, and I don’t do all that much PC gaming.
So, it’s impossible to shop for keyboards online – because you have to go by external experiences. What might be good for one set of hands may not be good for mine. Why doesn’t somebody open up a chain of brick-and-mortar “Input” stores? You know, it’d be filled with nothing more than accessories that help us interact with our machines. Keyboards, mice, styli, controllers, etc. The markup wouldn’t have to be all that much for something like that to be successful.
Anyway, I’m in the market for a new keyboard – and I’ve considered going wireless this time around. People are raving about the Logitech diNovo Edge – but anything over $150 is a bit much to spend on something that may not fit the bill (so to speak). I already have a USB BlueTooth controller for my wireless mouse, but will the Logitech peripheral require a completely different adapter? Eh, I don’t know.
Where do keyboards go when they die? They don’t go to heaven where the angels fly. They go to the lake of fire and fry. Won’t see ’em again until the fourth of July.
[tags]Logitech, USB, diNovo Edge[/tags]