May 19, Posts: Mar 15, Posts: For the love of God My era keyboard is suffering from “sticky-keys” problem Wed Sep 25, 8: Sep 19, Posts: Hmmm, anyone here can get these OEM keyboards cheap assuming they are high-quality?
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Jul 27, Posts: Wed Sep 25, 8: So, I need a full working keyboard that doesn’t suck.
Keeyboard Sep 26, 6: I think this is the one: May 1, Posts: Isn’t asking “Where can I find a keyboard cheap” similar to asking “Where can I find a floppy disk cheap”?? Won’t work- it would require the right hand Sep 19, Posts: A little light on the key feedback, but quite acceptable.
W – Parts for Dell – USB Keyboard Unit ( Keys, External Unit)
I have the following items for trade: Nov 16, Posts: On the flipside it says: But without the extra USB ports. If you can find a way to get to me, I’ll give it to you for nothing. May 15, Posts: Bump for a nice keyboard request.
Lemme look around my house, I think I may have an extra laying around. Sep 4, Posts: Here locally 05695 Columbia, Canada you also have to deal with I mean they are not the best, but they work. Thanks a lot everyone, now I can type AND wear my socks.
Anyone have or at least know of a black keyboard that has the same feel as the Dell QuietKey? Maybe you should consider purchasing a pr0n explorer 3.
Can you post some pics after the dremel operation? Sep 11, Posts: They really don’t have much, since it’s all donated, hell, I can remember what they had: Mar 15, Posts: Thu Sep 26, 7: Wed Sep 25, 4: That would mean exposure to the daystar, or the outside May 19, Posts: Wed Sep 25, 1: Would you have an older keyboard, like a Dell QuietKey?
BTW, I’m looking for something new, durable, good-quality, and cheap,not just any cheap keyboard.
The keys on that are very mushy.