I know this subject has been covered before, but the market moves so
rapidly that data more than a year old is apt to be obsolete.
Here's my problem. I just got a new Dell computer for the shack. I am
a hunt and peck typist with a high fat-finger rate. The previous
keyboard had nicely separated keytops, while the new one is much more
like a laptop. As a consequence, my error rate is way up. I can't use
the old keyboard because it was PS/2, and my KVM switch doesn't
recognize it with an adapter.
What I'm looking for is recommendations for a wired or wireless USB
keyboard that has widely separated keys like an 8-year-old Dell. Please
drop me a note off the reflector, and I'll summarize the responses I get.
73, Pete N4ZR
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