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Re: [RFI] SOLUTION - Keyboard Susceptibility (Sort of)

To: Rfi <rfi@contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [RFI] SOLUTION - Keyboard Susceptibility (Sort of)
From: Alan NV8A <nv8a@att.net>
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2007 14:46:46 -0400
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On 08/11/07 10:39 pm Phil Duff & Ann Duff wrote:

> Another solution - a "real" keyboard - the old IBM Model "M" keyboards 
> are still available:
> http://www.clickykeyboards.com
> I just replaced the cable on mine this week after purchasing the 
> keyboard as new surplus back in the mid 1980's. 
> Built like a battleship and still working fine and is/has been RFI free 
> in a 1.5kw environment.  YMMV!

Now what about "real" keyboards with the Function keys in the correct 
place -- on the left. I hate F-keys along the top and have for a long 
time now been using "Gateway 2000" fully programmable keyboards I've 
bought on eBay or found in the $3 bin at the local computer store. These 
have 12 F-keys on the left, and I can do almost any combination of 
Shift-Ctrl-Alt-FKey with very little hand movement -- was great for 
WordPerfect, whose DOS version as long as 15 years ago had features I 
still can't find in the other big-name wordprocessing programs.


Alan NV8A
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