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The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 10:27:00 »
In lieu of YoshiCaps' thread about the worst keyboard you ever used, ever, what is the absolute best non-mechanical (broadly defined as any kind of switch you would catch **** for on GH for calling mechanical) keyboard you've fingered, and why?

My favorite was the Logitech Wave. It was my mainstay board for almost a decade. I loved the ergonomic shape, the comfy wrist rest, the media/shortcut/function keys, and I never had an issue with the typing feel. Sometimes I still miss it.

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #1 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 10:53:27 »
I really enjoyed the Microsoft wireless keyboard 800, it felt pretty good and looked alright with my setup at the time. I still have one kicking around for traveling, at least until I get a compact mech to replace it.

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« Reply #2 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 11:28:22 »
Umm...   I was very devoted to the original Macally Icekey USB Slim Keyboard for a while.  It was one of the first full-sized keyboards that I ever knew with laptop style scissor switches.  However, it was not the most durable, and I went through several of them (and they weren't exactly cheap).  I got to where I always kept a spare one in reserve.  I don't remember exactly when I stopped using them, but I still have my last spare Icekey, unused, in its original box.

One amusing quirk of the Icekey was that it had an extra blank key on the bottom row.  The bottom row was. . .

[control] [alt/option] [⌘] [ --- space --- ] [⌘] [alt/option] [control] [blank]

And the blank key does nothing.  I mean really, it's dead.  It sends no code.

I also still have an iMac DV keyboard.  It's a compact(ish) layout with half-height arrow and F-keys, no nav cluster (the arrow keys are scrunched in below right-shift), but it does have a num pad.  The key action I used to think was pretty good, though it hasn't aged well.  These were notorious for coming with a very short cord, but I got one off fleaBay with a full-length cord, which must have been produced for some institutional customer.

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #3 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 11:49:12 »
IBM KB-7953

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #4 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 13:50:45 »
Still the BTC dome with slider keyboards. The switches kick most modern switches' asses, and the boards are well-built to boot. Caps are crap, but MX-mount, too.

Scorpius boards feel slightly better even, but are built like poop on a stick.
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« Reply #5 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 15:14:40 »
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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #6 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 15:22:57 »


logitech k800. feels better than hhkb to me.
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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #7 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 17:18:53 »
I don't mind a rubber dome. I can handle a bit of mushiness and weak tactility but what really bothers me is if they're too stiff or feel "slow" coming back up like those mid 2000's Apple dome boards. Honestly most of the mass-produced Dell keyboards aren't so bad imo. However the newer ones are very slim scissor switches which are OK but they basically feel like typing on nothing compared to even a rubber dome.

Still the BTC dome with slider keyboards. The switches kick most modern switches' asses, and the boards are well-built to boot. Caps are crap, but MX-mount, too.

I got one of these recently and yeah they are excellent. Caps are crap but they look like they are Cherry profile which is interesting. I've noticed the key feel degrades a bit with use and the rubber gets a bit less snappy :c


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I want one of these for nostalgias sake. They are like the ones I used in the computer lab in elementary school. A lot of the computers in the lab used a mix-match of Windows 95 to Windows XP IBM PC's and I always kind of liked to use the older versions for some reason.


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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #10 on: Sat, 07 October 2017, 22:31:03 »
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic or Logitech K410

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #11 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 09:13:28 »
Toss-up between IBM KB-8923 and early-generation Dell Quiet Key, with a slight nod going to the IBM. 8923 is similar to but better than 7953, in my opinion.

I actually use one at work now, because I need to keep quiet and it is always subject to abuse and damage.
I am using a black one with half a dozen caps transplanted from a beige one just to spruce it up a bit.

Honorable mention: Compaq SK-2800 media keyboard

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #12 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 10:15:36 »
Microsoft Natural Ergonomic 4000.

First 104 Apple Chiclet-style Aluminum Keyboard.

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #13 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 13:46:26 »
Rubber Dome:  Steelseries Apex 100 -
  Only $30. Feel like more tactile and soft landing MX Browns. Just the keyboard is so large for my current tastes. Full size large and thick. If this thing was like Logitech K120 size or so I'd bought five of them for safekeeping. The new Apex 150 is supposed to even be small improvement on this switch.

Scissor: HP Elite V2 -
  Been using this thing daily for 8 months now. Very good feeling tactile scissor switch with just enough snap and low travel. Solid plastic base makes it feel quality. I'd even say this is better than Apple's wired aluminum and better than the tiny travel of their new butterfly. I have hard time justifying anything else until this thing dies. Fly on it and comfortable for extended typing. 


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« Reply #14 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 13:49:21 »
Btw, Lenovo X1 Carbon 5th Gen keyboard. I don't miss my 87UB 55g nor my HHKB when I type on it.
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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #16 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 19:14:44 »
Specifically I am using this Packard Bell with BTC Domes as my daily driver atm.

Besides the caps, it's a really nice board and also my first ISO board. I was surprised by the metal backplate! I got it brand new on eBay for $20 shipped ($13.50)

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« Reply #17 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 20:58:03 »
Fullsize: Dell KB-522
Tenkeyless: HP KU-0901

I was at the car dealership yesterday and in the waiting area tried out a HP SK-2120; it had a pretty good/gentle feel that I liked.  It made me even forget my #1 sin: Putting a function key next to the left control (why baby jesus why).  I might acquire one if I can find it cheap.

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #18 on: Sun, 08 October 2017, 21:12:36 »
The Logitech scissor switches are good, as are a few laptop keyboards.


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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #19 on: Mon, 09 October 2017, 02:22:58 »
I agree that the BTC domes with slider are nice. I usually use tactile MX Clear or MX Blue but then I tried a linear mech (Red) for a week. While I was using the linear one, I got my BTC 5140 up just to check one thing ... and noticed that I much preferred it over the keyboard with linear switches. (I had originally bought the BTC only for the keycaps.)

I like the key feel in the Logitech DiNovo and DiNovo Edge. I have mentioned them many times now.

I am surprised that no-one has yet mentioned Logitech Ultra-X.
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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #20 on: Mon, 09 October 2017, 03:43:52 »
Dell SK-8110
The rubber domes they used in this had the perfect amount of snap. It beats many mechanical keyboards I have tried.
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« Reply #21 on: Mon, 09 October 2017, 09:28:19 »
The Logitech scissor switches are good, as are a few laptop keyboards.

I am surprised that no-one has yet mentioned Logitech Ultra-X.

The Ultra-X is excellent and IMHO the best keyboard Logitech ever made.  Someone will point out the Logitech Illuminated as the next best thing but I felt like the plastic they used gave me a greasy feeling extremely quickly and always made my hands sweat.  YMMV.

I'll also give a thumbs up to the Enermax Aurora Lite and Siig Premium Aluminum models while I'm at it.


Dell SK-8110.  The rubber domes they used in this had the perfect amount of snap. It beats many mechanical keyboards I have tried.

I'd say it's more tactile than ANY mechanical keyboard except for Alps and Buckling Spring.  It's been a while since I tried Topre 55g but I'd say the SK-8110 also beats it based on memory.

I know someone back in the day loved it so much they transplanted the domes into a different chassis that they liked better.

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« Reply #22 on: Mon, 09 October 2017, 09:40:33 »
IBM SK-8820. Nice texture on the keycaps which have a nice sculpted profile.



I think Lenovo made clones of this.

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #23 on: Mon, 09 October 2017, 09:42:13 »
Topre (these are non-mechanical, for sure).  And the BRS (buckling rubber sleeves) of the M4 IBM keyboards.

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« Reply #24 on: Mon, 09 October 2017, 14:04:06 »
My favorite non-mechanical was always the Logitech DiNovo for Laptops, or the identical DiNovo Macintosh edition.  Those keyboards had a lot more travel in their keys than standard scissor switches.  I think they called it "Perfect Stroke".  Logitech's previously mentioned Ultra-X is a close second for me.

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« Reply #25 on: Tue, 10 October 2017, 03:31:01 »
Dell SK-8110.  The rubber domes they used in this had the perfect amount of snap. It beats many mechanical keyboards I have tried.

I'd say it's more tactile than ANY mechanical keyboard except for Alps and Buckling Spring.  It's been a while since I tried Topre 55g but I'd say the SK-8110 also beats it based on memory.

I know someone back in the day loved it so much they transplanted the domes into a different chassis that they liked better.

I find that fascinating. I thought there was something wrong with me for liking it so much, and was embarrassed to mention it. Then I find out there's a whole group of people that love it too.
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« Reply #26 on: Tue, 10 October 2017, 04:28:45 »
Dell SK-8110.  The rubber domes they used in this had the perfect amount of snap. It beats many mechanical keyboards I have tried.

I'd say it's more tactile than ANY mechanical keyboard except for Alps and Buckling Spring.  It's been a while since I tried Topre 55g but I'd say the SK-8110 also beats it based on memory.

I know someone back in the day loved it so much they transplanted the domes into a different chassis that they liked better.

I find that fascinating. I thought there was something wrong with me for liking it so much, and was embarrassed to mention it. Then I find out there's a whole group of people that love it too.
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« Reply #27 on: Tue, 10 October 2017, 04:42:58 »
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I'm using one of these at work at the moment and I absolutely love it, for a rubber dome it's very solid and has a nice thuck sound when I type. Everyone is trying to replace theirs with thin chiclet style keyboards and I'm keeping a couple of them hidden for spares ;)

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« Reply #28 on: Tue, 10 October 2017, 06:49:06 »
Dell SK-8110.  The rubber domes they used in this had the perfect amount of snap. It beats many mechanical keyboards I have tried.

I'd say it's more tactile than ANY mechanical keyboard except for Alps and Buckling Spring.  It's been a while since I tried Topre 55g but I'd say the SK-8110 also beats it based on memory.

I know someone back in the day loved it so much they transplanted the domes into a different chassis that they liked better.

I find that fascinating. I thought there was something wrong with me for liking it so much, and was embarrassed to mention it. Then I find out there's a whole group of people that love it too.
You're far from alone. I get great feedback from my rubber dome videos - there's lots of people who like them, and who like that attention is being paid to those keyboards.
That's the thing, I don't like most rubber dome keyboards I try. Something is different about the sk-8110(and possibly other models made around the same time). I don't see anything special in the rubber or anything, its that semi-translucent silicone sheet as expected, and the sliders are built into the caps like all the other cheap rubber dome keyboards, but there is something unmistakably pleasant about the amount of tactility. The rubber buckling is borderline harsh but then cushion at the bottom, which normally feels horrible, actually has a purpose and feels nice. It was probably one of those things which was crap in just the right ways as to end up making something wonderful by accident.

One day I plan on giving Topre a shot to see if they indeed mastered that rubber dome feel, but I have heard from more than one person that they don't feel as nice as the sk-8110, which is interesting to say the least. I also need to give btc's a go. My dad had a packard bell with the BTC rubber domes on sliders. I need to go through his attic to see if I can find it.
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« Reply #29 on: Tue, 10 October 2017, 08:18:56 »
I find that fascinating. I thought there was something wrong with me for liking it so much, and was embarrassed to mention it. Then I find out there's a whole group of people that love it too.

I'm not sure how I can write this without insulting somebody so here goes. :D

Some of us are looking for the perfect typing experience for personal preferences.  So what we end up with may not have double shot keycaps, PBT keycaps, the case may be a little creaky, and it may weigh a pound or less - but that's ok.

Yea, I get a stiffy when someone shows off a terminal keyboard with spherical caps but in the real world it's not what I like typing on.

Nobody should feel guilty about what they like typing on.

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Re: The best non-mechanical keyboard you've ever used, ever
« Reply #30 on: Tue, 10 October 2017, 08:56:28 »
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I'm using one of these at work at the moment and I absolutely love it, for a rubber dome it's very solid and has a nice thuck sound when I type. Everyone is trying to replace theirs with thin chiclet style keyboards and I'm keeping a couple of them hidden for spares ;)

Hell yeah. I've kept one of these around as well. I like the heft of the board and the typing is quite pleasant.

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« Reply #31 on: Thu, 12 October 2017, 11:28:06 »
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I have just dug one of those out of the loft.  I put it up there at a time when using an old PS/2 keyboard with USB stuff wasn't so easy but now converters are cheap I thought I'd give it another go.

So far it is going pretty well.  The only things that is taking a little bit of getting used to if the fact it is a US layout keyboard and I am in the UK so more used to the UK layout.  There is only a very small number of keys that have different symbols but the one that trips me up if the return key being horizontal on the US layout and vertical on the UK layout.  I have used US layout keyboards in the past, though, so I am giving myself a fair chance to get used to the layout.
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« Reply #32 on: Thu, 12 October 2017, 12:20:54 »
The IBM 8923 has better build quality and nicer design than the 7953, in my opinion.

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« Reply #36 on: Thu, 12 October 2017, 15:49:14 »
my thinkpad x301 has the perfect tactility. makes my x220 feel like junk.
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