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    Best keyboard is no keyboard!

    I remember seeing this couple of month ago

    http://www.senseboard.com/product.php

    If you can touchtype then this would be perfect

    this was announced awhile ago, still not out yet

    http://optics.org/articles/news/8/3/26/1

    It projects a keyboard.

    both are pricey, from $100 - $150, but the cool factor is off the chart

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    damn! thats sweet as hell man! I'd love to get either one of those

    my problem...
    looks like the first one would totally eliminate the possibility of using the right hand for a quick trip tro the F4 key or something while typing something thats totally on the left hand corner of the board... (and of course if you're broken handed or something... :P)

    totally cool none the less... cant wait to see what kinda pricing they hit the market with
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    those are just amazing! DO either have a mouse?
    My project would be in the works right now..... if I had some money.

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    Alphared: thats a cool find, I would really like to get one of those for the car computer.. or the palm I have...

    Learned to touch type about a year ago. I hear its easier to learn when your in highschool or whenever, I didnt do that... at 24 I realized if I was going to continue in computer science, I really had to learn to touch type.. but it was kind of hard because I almost couldnt help looking down at the keys when I forgot where the key I was looking for was..

    So I took a power drill, put a dremmel sanding attachment on there, and removed all the lettering on my home keyboard. After that it took about a week to learn
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    Originally posted by CA 3000GT
    So I took a power drill, put a dremmel sanding attachment on there, and removed all the lettering on my home keyboard. After that it took about a week to learn
    Remind me not to let you mod any of my computer parts
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