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    MS Arc Keyboard

    You can see it here.

    Whatcha think guys? I love a good typer. The logitech illuminated keyboard i'm typing on now is really great so doubt I'd ever change.
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    Re: MS Arc Keyboard

    I'm not sold, I like a full sized keyboard, bigger the better in my opinion (which is why I use a G11)!
    It might have a use for wireless typing from your chair, but for that kinda thing I use my dext and a cool little program called RemoteDroid

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    Re: MS Arc Keyboard

    Overpriced crap.

    The most important feature of a keyboard, is good ergonomics including decent key travel.
    The second most important thing is decent key travel.
    The third most important thing is how long the keyboard will last
    The fourth most important thing is decent ergonomics and key travel
    The fifth most important thing is whether it's a PS/2 or USB interface
    The sixth most important thing is key travel and ergonomics
    ..
    ..
    ..
    The fifty seventh most important thing is style.

    You've only got one pair of hands and wrists and it's not good to abuse them on a poor keyboard.

    Of course, wireless keyboards can be useful - I've got an RF logitech one that worked very well in my lounge for a while before it started receiving interference. After that experience, I'm of the opinion that bluetooth is probably a better option than other wireless technologies (I've not tried Bluetooth keyboards though, so take that opinion with a pinch of salt). Microsoft already have bluetooth keyboards out there, so I wonder why they're not using one here.

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