32BitsOnline: A Brief Review of the Linux Cool Keyboard

“It is a larger than normal keyboard whose main selling
point… is that instead of Windows keys, it has Tux keys, and it
has Linux on the menu key.”

“The keyboard itself is lighter than any keyboard I normally
use, so it tended to move a bit as I typed…”

“Another feature that the CoolKeyboard has that most other
keyboards don’t is a dust cover… if I left it attached…, each
time I would flip it up to use the keys, it would block the bottom
quarter of the monitor. Overall, the Cool-Keyboard is an OK
keyboard, but…, full-time keyboarders should look elsewhere.”

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