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A mac keyboard that I got with my old iMac.
Unfortunately, the stupid thing broke because the mainboard literally smoked.
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I'm using my Dell XPS 13 Ultra-book's. Although, I'm not necessarily the biggest fan.
I tend to like the standard QWERTY's, something like this...
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Interesting that most of you have regular keyboards.
Anyone using stuff like http://www.kinesis-ergo.com/keyboards.htm ?
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Just a regular QWERTY style. Probably more unusual is that I do most of my programming in Fortran (90).
I'm using the standard QWERTY keyboard that came with my VAIO, but I'm using the Dvorak layout instead of qwerty. I can type a good 20 wpm faster, and make less typos, but that's probably only because I never bothered learning qwerty properly. It took a few weeks to learn Dvorak, but I like it. It would be really nice to have something with an actual number-pad though.