Zero binding on this one, but I'm sure that was the reason for stepped caps on some keyboards at least. I'm not a typist, so having big targets would really help in my case. Preferably the size of closed fists when using Microsoft.an_achronism wrote: ↑10 May 2021, 03:44I'm guessing that hitting one of those keys off-axis might make them a tad bindey? I always assumed that was why they stepped them, to force you to hit them dead centre!
- Location: Downstream of Silicon Valley
- Main keyboard: Focus black ANSIfied FK-2001 w/blue SKCM
- Main mouse: Logitech Optical
- Favorite switch: Early Alps SKCM
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- Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Main keyboard: IBM Model F XT
- Main mouse: Glorious Model D
- Favorite switch: Capacitive buckling spring
I don't need those stepped key extenders or whatever you're supposed to call them, but I wouldn't mind having them anyway just for novelty's sake.
- Location: United States
Maybe? I actually dont know much about the pen. I got it over 30 years ago. I do know it still works even though I've never replaced/refilled it.
I call it my "fish pen"
- Location: Scotland (UK)
- Main keyboard: IBM PC keyboard (83-key Model F)
- Main mouse: Gigabyte GM-M6880X
- Favorite switch: Buckling spring
Maybe the chunky-butt shape means it has a giant inkwell rather than the usual tube? It's weird as hell, I like it.