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Old 12-15-2017, 03:59 PM   #22
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Device: Sony PRS-650
My Unicomp buckling spring series M-type keyboard was delivered this week and I am a very happy man. It's maybe not quite as "solid" as the original, but it is very solid. It's big and heavy and quite rigid. The keys have a positive feel and do not register a stroke until they click. Neither bells nor whistles. It has already made me a better typist because it makes fewer typos than my previous keyboard with the Cherry Blue switches.

All I need it for is typing. I don't use it for gaming. It just sits in the drawer of my desk waiting for me to use it. No backlighting or lighted keys.

I don't know how it compares to your favorite typewriter, BookCat, but if you used any of the first IBM PCs they probably had a keyboard very similar to this. Before keyboards got cheap and squishy.
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