A while back, I reviewed mechanical keyboards, and found several good ones. Indeed, mechanical keyboards are so much better than membrane keyboards (their name even sounds better) that it is hard to go wrong. Still, when the choices remain in the range of $60 to $200, details matter. Continue reading Making Das Keyboard Closer to Perfect
Once upon a time there was the Northgate OmniKey Keyboard, most notably the OmniKey Plus. It was the best keyboard ever. It was sturdy, mechanical, and proffered a plethora of function keys. It was heavy, meaty, robust. You could pound on it an it would stay in place on your desk and just take it. It did not ghost and it did not miss a stroke. And it went “clickity clickity click” when you typed on it. And all was good. Continue reading Mechanical Keyboards: What are they and which one do you want?