Apple Keyboard (flat wired) - Oh man, this thing is a joy to use. I'm not sure if I like this thing or my ThinkPad more, but my 120 WPM on the damn things sure point towards Apple. Having an Fn key on a desktop keyboard is a turn off though.
Apple MacBook - The same thing as the desktop model, sans a lot of keys. I miss those keys, but typing is a joy.
Apple MacBook Pro (Keenleyside) - I wasn't fond of this keyboard. Too flat and generic for my tastes, although the automatic white backlighting is awesome.
Apple Pro Keyboard - This was once a decent keyboard to type on, but is now a shadow of its former self. I typed the shit out of it.
Asus Eee PC 1000HE - Feels just the same as Apple's chiclet keyboards, although the shrunken size throws me off. I could probably get used to it, but I prefer full size keys. Really nice crispness to the keys though.
Compaq keyboard - Oh, the fond memories I have with that keyboard. Despite being much older than the Apple Pro Keyboard, not nearly as worn out and still moderately okay to type on. I wouldn't write a novel with it though.
Compaq keyboard (flat) - Quite easily the worst flat keyboards I have ever typed on. They are awful.
Dell keyboard - This thing was surprisingly good to type on, but the layout pissed me off.
HP keyboard - I used this for a while before I started using the Apple Pro Keyboard. It's alright for a dome-switch keyboard.
Macally iKey - A ridiculously stiff keyboard, making it great for video editing and awful for typing.
Microsoft keyboard (black) - This is easily one of the worst raised keyboards I have ever used. In addition to the shit keys, the layout throws you off consistently. I hate them so much.
Microsoft keyboard (white) - The keys are quite stiff, but it's actually pretty decent to type on. The non-fucked layout is a nice touch too.
IBM keyboard - The ones that aren't worn out are pretty decent, but I am not fond of the refurbished ones.
IBM Model M - This is easily my favourite among raised keyboards. Every other keyboard typically pales in comparison to how perfectly engineered the key travel and tactility is on this damn thing. It's a tank.
IBM ThinkPad T400 - I can't remember what it was like, but I'm sure it's probably the equivalent of mine if it weren't worn.
IBM ThinkPad T42 - The key surfaces are worn and smooth, but tactility mostly remains. My favourite among scissor keyboards, although I wonder how awesome it would be if it were new.
Logitech G15 - I like the feel of the keystrokes on this keyboard, but I don't like how loose the actual keys are. Backlighting always proves itself handy though.
Saitek Eclipse - I like this keyboard.
Toshiba Satellite A210 - It's an alright keyboard, but the keys are too flat for my tastes. The Canadian layout is also lame, although the navigational keys are laid out nicely for scrolling up and down pages once you get used to them.
Last Edit: Mar 16, 2009 20:27:00 GMT -5 by Hauskaz