So you have an old Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 Keyboard and Mouse. You get used to it and it becomes your ‘personal standard’ for keyboards. It has full travel keypress and all the keys laid out the way you want them – the large Enter Key and the Media Mute key. But then it gets old and breaks and they don’t make that version anymore, so you look and the closest replacement. In this case the cheaper Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 2000. It’s OK and you put up with it, but the mouse starts to break as well. What to do…Continue reading “Buying a New Keyboard – The Mechanical Renascence”
Mark is doing a full time job but likes to have side projects. Currently learning C++ and Vulkan. Other areas of interest are photography and going for long walks.