How fast can you type /g/?
>tfw over 100 wpm
Made some mistakes in the beginning and slowed down in the middle, will try again
I'm not a person who types much, so I get tired around the middle.
Still, I type pretty quickly IMO.
How fast can you type on a smartphone?
Just got 110 with 2 mistakes.
This is the fastest I've ever gotten though.
I used to, then I realised I was typing in a retarded way, and I learnt home row, wasn't too long ago, so I hope my speed will keep increasing cause I kinda capped out typing with 2 fingers each side
Just got home, hands are cold plus it's a new keyboard. Can do 140+ on my work keyboard.
That's mine, Cooler Master quickfire rapid-i with brown switches.
Doesn't matter what keyboard you have, I've just a normal dell membrane one at work and I can do 140+ on it, I guess people process information differently. Since a kid I've been able to type quickly especially since I just type countless e-mails at work.
I'm at 75ish~ WPM and aiming for 100 but don't know what to improve. I'm touch typing with QWERTY, on a DAS Keyboard Professional with blue switches and really want to improve. Can anyone give me some advice?
Well, considering English isn't my first language and I'm typing on a rubber dome keyboard that's over ten years old, I think I did alright.
>tfw the botnet wants me to not know how fast I type
My best was 72 and I tried this like 20 times already.
Why do you want to reach a 100 tho? What is typing at 75WPM preventing you from doing that a 100WPM rate would let you do? The only way I see your WPM being relevant is if you're court stenographer. Do those even exist anymore?
I think I just reached my best. Same situation as this anon >>52476067, but two points below him.
e-penis and bragging rights
This is a big reason why everyone loves Thinkpads.
This is from my T60, I doubt I could break 80WPM on my mushy Toshiba Satellite piece of shit.
Use that website for 10 minutes every day and type long posts on 4chan. That's it.
Or he doesn't know the proper way to? 86 WPM with 4 fingers here, without using the homerow.
I usually type at 77 WPM (with 86 being my top result).
I can't get below 70 WPM, even when I make a lot of mistakes.
It's not the gear that matters, just like everything else.
If you have the skill, you'll come extremely close to the "pros", or hell, even outmatch them.
Believe in yourselves, /g/entoomen!