What keyboard do you use?

9 years ago from

I have a macbook pro and am buying a monitor. For now I am going to use the laptops, but that just feels a little off. I might just buy the wireless apple one. Thanks!


  • Teodorik MenslTeodorik Mensl, 9 years ago

    Apple Wireless Keyboard – it is perfect for travelling.. I work at home and in studio also so I can just take the keyboard with me and go...

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  • Jason LongJason Long, 9 years ago

    Filco Ninja tenkeyless. It uses Cherry Browns and I <3 it.

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  • Igor GregorioIgor Gregorio, 9 years ago

    I use a CODE mechanical keyboard at the moment, the ten keyless version with Cherry MX Clear switches. It has the best compromise of size, key resistance and noise I've tried so far. To be perfectly honest, I was attracted to it because of it's minimalistic design. There are no markings on the case, all black with illuminated white keys set in Helvetica. I've tried their version with Green switches and found it too stiff for my own preferences, so it's sitting on a box waiting on a buyer.

    I also have an Apple Extended Keyboard II (scored it new for $20, a fortunate day), which is a pleasure to use, but it could double as an aircraft carrier. If I had more room, it would probably still be sitting here under use.

    At work I'm restricted to Apple's wired keyboard. It's adequate, if harmless.

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  • Raksha CRaksha C, 9 years ago

    Kinesis Advantage! Its takes some time to adapt to it but is great for wrist and fingers once you get used to it.

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  • Matthew KosloskiMatthew Kosloski, 9 years ago

    Apple Wireless Keyboard. But, I really want the Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard!

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