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    these keyboards are sick!


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    i dont see how youre going to type with those. they look better suited for gaming
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    Stupidly exensive.

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    just plain stupid.

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    yes, i think sick is a good word to describe them.

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    Good luck trying to learn how to type on one.
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    Choosing between two evils, I might pick the one I've never tried before.
    I like the difference, but for the price--no [F-word] way!!
    could be fun to learn to use those. and for Gaming.. These may be great.
    sort of a 10 finger joystick
    I find that most people are like Slinkies.. They are not really good for anything, but can still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs. :P

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    for that price it must be for some industrial use :X

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    i think that should have been posted here

    http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=388358
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    I got to try one like that at a computer show last winter. The whole idea is cool, but I think trying to relearn how to type on it would be a pain. Plus if I learned how, I would need one for each rig I use at a price tag of $4000+.

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    The new pricing includes a 90 day limited warranty.
    90 day warranty? what age are they from?
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    Yah, I was looking at that and thinking that the warranty is bizzarre. And why would anyone spend that much on a keyboard anyway? Whole computers don't cost that much.

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    nope they are for typing.
    they are used by people with finger and wrist problems who cant use regular keyboards (and probably got injured while using standard KBs).
    i saw those on tv once and i think they are pretty neat (except for the price).
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    I think a lot of you here are too quick to judge something you have never used. Not like I have ever used these keyboards, but I am sure that a regular PC keyboard has a lot of room for improvement.

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    Thirty dollars, cooler colors, and it has sweet LEDs.

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    I can't seem to find the one-handed shorthand keyboard that's made for scuba diving...
    It only has 15 buttons and you can strap it to your arm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Slug
    I can't seem to find the one-handed shorthand keyboard that's made for scuba diving...
    It only has 15 buttons and you can strap it to your arm.
    Haha, the one from _The Abyss_ ?

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    how about this frogpad:




    Has all the keys from a normal sized board
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borisw37
    I think a lot of you here are too quick to judge something you have never used. Not like I have ever used these keyboards, but I am sure that a regular PC keyboard has a lot of room for improvement.

    I have to agree, but the pricepoint even on sale, puts it out of most peoples budget, and if the buyer decides he or she doesnt like it, they are out $500-$650.

    Here's the Users Manual for that Keyboard


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    I wouldn't mind trying one out but that is an awful lot of money to drop for something I may not even like. Now if they had some kind of 30 day trial period. I would be interested in that.
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