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#1 The Architect 2.0  Icon User is offline

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Let's Talk About 'Hardware I/O'

Posted 01 November 2012 - 08:31 PM

By 'hardware I/O', I really just mean 'input' and I'm referring to the keyboard and mouse you [more than likely] use for many, many hours everyday.

Currently, I'm sporting a Logitech G15 and a Performance Mouse MX. On the road, I work on my Bootcamped 2010 MBP 13" with a Logitech Anywhere Mouse.

However, I'm looking for a change. Specifically, I want to get a tenkeyless mechanical keyboard. I'm wondering what color switches you think are best (preferably from personal experience)? I was told blues are great


NOTE: feel free to talk about anything related to your 'desk'; I just happened to be particularly interested in mechanical keyboards at the moment.

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Re: Let's Talk About 'Hardware I/O'

Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:58 PM

Moving to the hardware area..
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Re: Let's Talk About 'Hardware I/O'

Posted 08 November 2012 - 10:28 AM

I picked this up recently, Logitech Wireless Touchpad, & am loving no longer having to pick the mouse up.
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Re: Let's Talk About 'Hardware I/O'

Posted 09 November 2012 - 11:27 PM

The best ones are the focus 2001 keyboard (Clicky / mechanical keyboards) from back in the day. Some times you can find one at Good will.

I have a nice Qtronics one that I use for my video surveillance system.
[image]http://dsprototyping...d-trackball.jpg[/image]

I love seeing all the different kinds of input devices, I even have a collection of pictures of them on my website:
http://dsprototyping...ards/funky.html

Yeah, that page needs work.
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