Re: Dvorak Keyboards.

On Fri, Jan 06, 2012 at 05:39:03PM GMT, Weaver wrote:
Hello all.
I've been interested in this subject for some time, because of the greater
typing speed potential and lowr incidence of RSI and have even delayed
moving from two finger typing with an idea of implementing a Dvorak
keyboard into the system.

Who makes the best ones?
Where can they be bought from.

Dvorak is a keyboard layout not a physical device.
You can buy a keyboard with a Dvorak layout by default but it might this
doesn't make sense if you're using more than one layout or you can buy
a blank keyboard - without anything printed on it.
What's wrong with simply using the existing keyboard with Dvorak layout?


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