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I recently replaced a cheap Logitech keyboard with a Logitech Craft - certainly not among the cheaper ones.
My experience with it is limited to a couple weeks. There is no doubt that I am now typing significantly faster. My subjective impression is that I am making fewer typing mistakes as well.
One positive thing I did not expect: Even though the keys have a significant stroke length, my typing is almost perfecty quiet! (My ex would have loved it - she was frequently complaining about the terrible noise from my keyboard! - but that is long ago.)
It takes a little while to get accustomed to a new keyboard. For me: The top button in the rows above the arrow keys is no longer insert / home / PageUp - they are in the second row. The top row switches between up to three different computers that the keyboard may be connected to, wirelessly. I certainly appreciate and make use of that option, but it takes a little while to adjust your fingers to hit the right key when there is a new row of them!
Bottom line: The replacement is great, and ceratinly worth the money for the upgrade.
MS800 at home; MS850 at work (I brought it in from home, four years ago, then they all went wireless but I kept my old one). There are many blank keys on it, so my programming is very hit-and-miss (I tried to teach myself touch typing but was very unsuccessful). Fortunately, as I am still forced to be working from home, I am using my home keyboard which still has letters on it.
and in 40+ years I have never (touch plastic ) spilt things on my keyboard.
I heard that a few times before.
I'm behind the desk, say, 4-6 times a day with coffee and a smoke or two. Statistically, I got more change to spill stuff. Add to that a morning routine with coffee and a smoke, where one isn't quite awake.
Lots clumsy. But the keyboard, it was prepared for that
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Personally, I feel that life is too short to spend cleaning keyboards. I make sure not to eat or drink over it, vacuum hairs and dust out about once a year, and that's it. When a keyboard gets too grotty, I replace it.
I do not require some extremely expensive keyboard, so the cost of replacement every N years is not too bad.
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Sure does I like the simple design too. I don't see my exact model anymore but it's the current Model S Professional just without the backlit media-control F-keys. I really like the Brown switches. They feel good for both typing and gaming.
For some reason my fingers fell in love with these old OEM dell keyboards I have to go to thrift stores to find. They're about $4 a piece so i stock up on them when I shop for them, though they're very durable. Eventually, the cord goes on them, but it takes years so it's whatever.
The only time I spilled something on my keyboard was in my first days of C64... It was beetroot juice and rendered the C64 unusable for almost a week (in which I used pure alcohol and hair-dryer to make it work again)... After that I keep a distance between any liquid and my keyboard... They are with me for years...
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The keyboard for the Olivetti M240. The connector is a DE-9, but with a simple passive adapter it plugs right into PS/2 with no issues.
It's a membrane, but the strokes are noisy anyways. They don't require mush force to activate, but I guess that after 33 years the rubber domes aren't as stiff. It's built like a tank, with two stainless steel plates keeping the layers together, so it weighs 4 kg (almost 9 lbs). There's no way it's moving around my desk. The detachable cable renders it an easy conversion to weapon, if needed.
I have a CoolerMaster MK750 on one machine and a Corsair K70 on the other (quite similar to your K68, IIRC).
Before that, two Logitech G11's that lasted > 10 years. Technically, the one is still ok -- I killed the membrane under the shift key on the other )': Then I went full-mechanical (Cherry Red). I prefer to have the same feel for keyboard at home and work and the two I have now are so similar in feel that it will do. I'm also looking forward to at least a decade on these!
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You will be doing things
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Unicomp Ultra Classic Buckling Spring (an IBM Model M repro). Great, classic feel. Except it is still at the office, which I haven't been to since March. So for now I am stuck with a POS Dell provides for "free".
G-Skill MX Red light with blue cherry's. It's anti-spill and I changed the original caps for an engraved with transparent cover so I think these keys will have the letters disappear just a few minutes after the end of the world
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