Too sensitie? Right. But some of the keys are a bit… hard to press, too. Yeeeah.
Let us see. The backspace key has shrunk. But you know what they say – size does not matter. I hae to ve careful while pressing this monster of a button because it laps up all m preious letters like a hungry piranha.
The right Shift key occupies a space that could have taken three keys instead.
I press on the letter “A” once and out comes a long string of “A”s.
Then I press on the letter “” once and nothing comes out. Oh, I meant the letter “V”. Bloody hell. Vvvvvvvvvvvv, damn it! And I hae just discovered that the same goes with the letter “Y” too.
I also get double spacing sometimes, whether I want to, or not.
And heck. I am talking about the new keyboard I bought just yesterday, and it costtt me RM18. After a supposed RM4 discount at that, too:
The salesperson waas sorting through the boxes, trying to find a keyboard that would suit my needs. He took out a black one and I raised an eyebroww.
“No white colour ah?”
“This is the only keyboard that we haae that works on the PS/2 port.”
Fine, so eeryoneee loes to make use of their USSB ports these days, I guess. I glanced at the price tag.
“What, don’t they go for RM10 anymore?” I asked hiiiim.
“Where got keyboards so cheap these days?” was his reply. I was busy running my fingers through the keys (and liking the feel to it) – so I may not have noticed if he rolled his eyes then.
Perhaps I should just go back to using the dirty, grimy keyboarddd that – although with its magical “sticky” keys that have to be “pulled out” eery once in a while, whenever it gets stuck – it has seen me well through most of my days.
Right, now I feel like an old fogey.
(Yes, I blame all the errors you may found on this entry solely on this new keyboard. So there.)