How to Build a Custom Mechanical Keyboard Gamepad

Julia would buy a MacBook Pro Retina but she doesn’t like the latest version’s keyboard. What are the alternatives? I recently upgraded to a used early-2015 MacBook Pro Retina because of Apple’s recent redesign of the MacBook Pro, which sliced off a little bit of thickness at the cost of various ports and the very reliable keyboard with scissor mechanism. Apple is facing class-action lawsuits over the new butterfly keyboards’ untimely breakage, and as my computer’s main job is to be a writing tool, I didn’t want to risk ending up with non-functional keys. Also, I have tried the new keyboard and I did not like the feel of it: travel seems too short and rather “flat” for my taste.However, I find laptop keyboards across all platforms are becoming flatter and slimmer, and the only ones that appear to offer mechanical keyboards are flashy gaming laptops. There aren’t any for writers. Continue reading...

How to Build a Custom Mechanical Keyboard Gamepad

I started with a number pad kit, made some layout tweaks, added some smooth linear switches, and I ended up with a rather adorable little mechanical gamepad. Here's how I did it. The post How ...

Mon 18 Jun 18 from Extremetech

Are there any laptops with decent keyboards?

Thu 14 Jun 18 from Guardian.co.uk

Logitech’s New G512 Keyboard Gets Clickety Clackety GX Blue Mechanical Switches

If you are the sort of PC gamer that likes blingy and clicky keyboards, you will like the new Logitech G512 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. The new keyboard is the first product from Logitech that ...

Tue 12 Jun 18 from HotHardware

Logitech announces new GX Blue switch for its G512 gaming keyboard

Logitech is launching a new keyboard called the G512 that features a new switch called the GX Blue. The switch is designed for mechanical keyboard users who want a sort of audible ...

Tue 12 Jun 18 from The Verge

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