R.S.I. solutions?

skip at pobox.com skip at pobox.com
Wed Sep 27 20:24:21 CEST 2006

    Eric> The problem I have with current keyboards is that there is so much
    Eric> resistance on the keystroke that you have to force the key all the
    Eric> way down until you hit bottom hard.  At least, that's the way it
    Eric> feels to my fingers.

Depends on the manufacturer I think.  Back around y2k I got a Dell laptop
and ordered the keyboard/mouse/monitor kit with it.  The keyboard was a
Dell-branded Belkin.  It was a piece of crap as far as I was concerned.  The
keys required a huge amount of force to depress.  My wrists were killing me
within a few days, so I just started using the laptop keyboard, even when I
wasn't "roaming".

The two computers in front of me right now are both Dells with two slightly
different Dell-branded no-name Chinese keyboards.  Both work fine for me.  I
see that both also carry awarning: "Improper or prolonged keyboard use may
result in injury".


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