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Avoid Microsoft keyboards – “bug” or a “feature”?

I’ve just received word from Eran Badit of NGOHQ.Com fame, who encountered an interesting experience with Microsoft keyboards.
Acorrding to Eran, keyboards to avoid are following:
–    Wireless Keyboard 6000
–    Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000
–    Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000

Three villains... or just accidental tourists?

Three villains... or just accidental tourists?

It seems that the keyboards are suffering from some sort of keystroke lock, which is pretty bad if you are a gamer or multi-tasker (I can imagine more than one scenario in Photoshop where I am pressing more than 3 keys at the same time). You can follow this developing story here.

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