Companies, Hardware, Microsoft

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 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.