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Vexcalibur
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25 Sep 2008, 12:50 pm

Hello, the scope is, I'll take a flight soon, and for some reason it would be a good idea to take a keyboard with me, but mobility is an issue.

I saw rubber keyboards in the store the other day, and they would be very handy, however I've been wondering if anyone got experience about how they perform when typing stuff, specially for documents and programming...


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25 Sep 2008, 1:17 pm

They type fine. One sales person told me his missed keystrokes, but mine doesnt. What I do find is that you have to hit the keys dead on. There is no lateral support on key presses so at times you might mash two. But that just refines your typing skills, right?

Go ahead and get one. They are only about 10 bucks.

You can roll them up, but you cannot roll them too tightly, nor crimp them. That will cause damage.


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