NEC ProSpeed 386
dave.g4ugm at gmail.com
Tue May 31 13:21:29 CDT 2016
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> Subject: Re: NEC ProSpeed 386
> > It might be interesting to poll the list to see who's still using an
> > IBM Model M keyboard on their x86 box. I am.
> Not me. My x86 boxen get whatever peecee keyboard is handiest when I want
> a keyboard on them. I don't have a Model M as far as I know; my
> from seeing others' is that they are not Mouse-friendly. (I know of no
> friendly keyboards suitable for direct use on x86
I don't like the Model "M" keyboard. It's a bit like wanting a tracker organ
rather than my Yamaha EL90.
The keys require significant pressure to operate and if you are not used to
it its actually hard work.
I am not really used to this Lenovo Thinkpad T410 keyboard, but the Thinkpad
laptop keyboards haven't really altered
For a long time, even though IBM sold the business to Lenovo.
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