Keyboard With Blank Keys?



Das Keyboard for ubergeeks only. They claim programming on a keyboard with blank keys goes much faster than on normal keyboards. Is this a joke or does it really work? Sure, you can look like a superhero when writing on a keyboard without letters:


Ubergeeks only

No matter if it works or not, it's a great idea - if it was a bit cheaper I'd buy one just for the fun. Linux is supported, too. I would use it as an external keyboard for my notebook.
Comments:

Nah, this is not an ubergeek keyboard. This is:
Kinesis Ergo
Excellent keyboard, can't imagine working on anything else. Cringe every time I have to work on my notebook..

Thanks,
Dmitri

Posted by Dmitri Trembovetski on květen 27, 2005 at 10:52 dop. CEST #

Why should I pay for it? If I keep using my keyboard it will look like that one soon. The "e"-key already looses it's color... as do "s" and "a" ;)

Posted by Patrick Gotthardt on květen 27, 2005 at 02:20 odp. CEST #

Dmitri, interesting keyboard. How long does it take to learn to type on it?

Patrick, good point, maybe that's how they came to the idea :-))

Posted by Roman Strobl on květen 29, 2005 at 10:50 dop. CEST #

Roman, it only takes about a week or so to get used to it, and then you're spoiled forever =)

It's the best (and I think the only one) keyboard for folks who care about their wrists and don't want to get carpal tunnel syndrom..

Dmitri

Posted by Dmitri Trembovetski on květen 30, 2005 at 12:44 dop. CEST #

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