From: William Van Tuyl (wvantuyl_at_iso.net)
Date: Wed Apr 26 2000 - 15:14:19 EDT
You shouldn't berate yourself that way. One small flaw in your fine motor
skills is hardly that thing that makes you less than first-rate.
> On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, Randal Whittle wrote:
> > IBM has screwed a lot of things up (including some complaints
> > about keyboard quality & "feel" in a few cases), but one thing they've
> > still gotten right is the keyboard layout. That's a subtle, but huge
> > selling point for me (along with the trackpoint--I detest touchpads).
> Actually, on of my few gripes about the TP240 is that there is no gap
> between the top row of keys (function keys) and the next row, as there is
> on the TP701C keyboard. The result is that I keep hitting DEL instead of
> BACKSPACE. A small flaw in what is otherwise a first-rate product.
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