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Choosing a Keyboard
Posted by Red Squirrel on May 03rd 2005



Too many computer users spend an insufficient amount of time picking their input devices. As opposed to treating this choice like that of any other computer component, which research and testing, many users decide to complacently type upon whatever they have lying around. Whether this means using the keyboard that came with your 486 or buying one at your local budget department store people need to reflect on the amount of influence that a keyboard or mouse has on your interaction with your computer relative to some of the items which they use much less frequently but are willing to spend more money on, like a sound card or DVD burner.

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