This is the ideal keyboard layout for productivity.
You might not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like.
Actual god tier layout here. Compact, yet it doesn't sacrifice the most important keys such as arrow keys, page up/down, home/end etc
A lot of that stuff is useless. If you're just browsing the internet then this is the perfect keyboard
No space between special keys means you will be missing them when touch typing. Or are you the kind that actually looks at the keyboard? Pleb.
Numpads are to be bought separately and put on the left. Numpads interfere with mouse real estate.
>not software defining your macro keys
>Numpads are to be bought separately
It's way more expensive to do that
>and put on the left
Lefties are degenerate
>Numpads interfere with mouse real estate.
Mouse interferes with numpad real estate
My desk is fine, it's just that I have a symmetrical body with two arms on each side, so I need a symmetrical keyboard.
Numpads either stick out to the right, or you need to reach left with your right arm like a retard.
This is peak performance.
Actually this doesn't squeak at all. It's way better than any keyboard I've used because of:
>dedicated hardware volume buttons
>page forward/backward buttons next to arrow keys
>tenkeyless(though there are lots of TKL keyboards)
I prefer a numberpad tbqh. I might not need to use it that much but it's nice to have and I know I would miss it if I didn't have it. It also doesn't feel like a real(?) board if it doesn't have one
But that needs 2 ps/2 ports which hardly any modern motherboards. I mean you could use a USB adapter but at that point you might as well get a USB keyboard. Also that still doesn't have the extra keys/buttons my keyboard has. :^)