I think thats the first time I’ve ever heard the keyboard refered to as good. At least I know I’ll be buying quality. I am having the same delima, does anyone know of a good keyboard without number pad mbaha. On purely aesthetic grounds it looks pretty nice, although this is probably one of the slickest I’ve seen – those multiple shades of purple are pretty stylish. What did you get?
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The other low profile keyboard that I have tried was from Coolermaster.
I came across that in my earlier searches but the non-standard key layout looks annoying. I am having the same delima, does anyone know of a good keyboard por number pad mbaha. Does any of the keyboard experts around here have any experience with one of these?
Dell has a really sweet low profile keyboard too Tue Jan 11, 5: Fri Jan 28, 7: Originally posted by DarkSyd: I haven’t tried the keyboard you linked, but BenQ is known to make fairly decent monitors. Seems to be fairly high quality.
BenQ Profile Series x Internet Keyboard Pro – keyboard – black, silver Overview – CNET
Jan 6, Posts: Sep 16, Posts: Unless you can remove that trackpad and it doesn’t look like it from the description it’s not something that interests me. Nov 24, Posts: The only slim keyboard Itnernet found on Dell is thisis that what you were talking about? I’m planning on getting one myself in the not too distant future.
I love how the keys feel. Mon Jan 10, 6: Mon Jan 10, 2: DarkSyd Ars Praefectus Registered: Dec 30, Posts: Those keys on the benq don’t look like laptop keys to me After playing around with thinkpad keyboards, I’d say it’ll end up being the best notebook key style keyboard of the bunch.
At least I know I’ll be buying quality.
BenQ x120 low-profile keyboard?
I find them to be very floaty and poor compared to the imternet used in the older C series series notebooks. It might be of interest to others looking for a keyboard like this there have been a couple of threads about this in the past that I’ve seen. Apr 9, Posts: I’ve seen it rebranded with a few other names, including a Mac version.
Sun Jan 09, 8: Apparently, the company was spun off from Acer’s monitor division, but recently they’ve started making or rebranding?
I know absolutely nothing about BenQ as a company. Not only is the layout standard, but the extra function keys included are all of the ones that will work by default in Windows without extra software.
Just now I happened to stumble across the BenQ x keyboard, which seems to be pretty much the same thing as the Ultra-X, with the important distinction of being kyeboard retail product instead of an OEM-only x210 Ultra-X’s are kinda pricey, from what I’ve found. Ars Tribunus Militum et Subscriptor. The Ultra-X is not low end at all. Its basically the keyboard out of a T series thinkpad in an enclosure. For comparision, they feel just like the keys on an Inspiron laptop.