[clug] Eee PC

Adam Jenkins adam at snorkel.rtfm.net.au
Sun Feb 10 23:55:31 GMT 2008

Apologies if these have been mentioned and I've missed it, but there's
also the 'happy hacker' style mini keyboards.  They are missing things
like function keys/cursor keys, so they are more compact and good for
things like racks, labs, or anywhere where desk space is at a premium.
They used to go for exorbitant prices, but I think they've come down in
price recently, so you might want to check them out.

On Wed, 6 Feb 2008, Pilcher, Fred wrote:

> Ian wrote:
> > I have one of those membrane keyboards but I can't say I
> > really recommend them - they're fine on a desk but absolutely
> > hopeless trying to type on a non-flat surface. I've been
> > meaning to look into those fold away keyboards which should
> > work better on any surface since they're rigid.
> Great advice, Ian - thanks!
> Anyone had any experience with the fold-up jobbies?
> Fred
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