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Okay that is your opinion. Why assume I dont like them? I seriously have no preference so it doesnt matter if I have it or not,

Don't take it too personally, to be honest my only complain with small keyboards are the small arrow keys, or some sort of weird arrow keys, if you see my laptop, albeit very blurry, the arrow keys left and right are ok but the up and down are terrible, other than that I don't have any other complain.

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One of the computers

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Oh, you have the back of the case aimed towards you... that's unusual.

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Oh, you have the back of the case aimed towards you... that's unusual.

Well, he has all the USB ports at hand :D

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Well, he has all the USB ports at hand :D

BINGO!

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Okay that is your opinion. Why assume I dont like them? I seriously have no preference so it doesnt matter if I have it or not,

I think it's cute. How is typing on it?

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It's surprisingly very comfortable which I like most about it. I can get use to typing on it in a few days :)

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Well, he has all the USB ports at hand :D

BINGO!

I tend to plug permanently connected devices in the back, removable ones in the front.

I guess whatever suits your needs / floats your boat.

Not saying it's a bad thing was just a little confused for half a second and realised the tower unit was backwards.

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It's surprisingly very comfortable which I like most about it. I can get use to typing on it in a few days :)

Cool.

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My workstation at the office:

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Dell Latitude E6510

Core i5 M560 2.67 GHz,

4 GB RAM

Intel HD Graphics

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My workstation at the office:

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Dell Latitude E6510

Core i5 M560 2.67 GHz,

4 GB RAM

Intel HD Graphics

Same keyboard I have at work, hate it - awful to type on.

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I don't find it too bad really. It's basic, but works for me.

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I don't find it too bad really. It's basic, but works for me.

Not sure about that one, my main issue with Dell keyboards, and most other OEM ones too is that the keys are like jamming your finger into peanut butter, all mushy, and when typing most of the day my fingers will start to cramp

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I tend to plug permanently connected devices in the back, removable ones in the front.

I guess whatever suits your needs / floats your boat.

Not saying it's a bad thing was just a little confused for half a second and realised the tower unit was backwards.

Wanted to be different is a small reason

Some is we got mad that Cooler Master on the front did all the ports at top upside down.

Main is we have a lot of USB 3 stuff :D so fun fun fun

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My workstation at the office:

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Dell Latitude E6510

Core i5 M560 2.67 GHz,

4 GB RAM

Intel HD Graphics

I don't think I could handle the monitor envy I'd be suffering, if that was my view all day. Something would have to be done, asap.

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Could never get use to non qwerty keyboards abroad :(

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My setup :) Thinkpad T420, iPad mini, Asus 24" LCD, i7-870/GTX 480 rig (soon 7950!), Razer BlackWidow Mechanical/Backlit keyboard, Logitech G400.

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My setup :) Thinkpad T420, iPad mini, Asus 24" LCD, i7-870/GTX 480 rig (soon 7950!), Razer BlackWidow Mechanical/Backlit keyboard, Logitech G400.

Amazing setup man. Everything (except the ipad) looks very professional and elegant.

Loving the Thinkpad and the case.

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Amazing setup man. Everything (except the ipad) looks very professional and elegant.

Loving the Thinkpad and the case.

Thanks! The case is an NZXT Guardian, I really like the quality/looks of it. Can't tell from the picture but it has a 3-sensor temeperature display and the lines on it light up blue which matches the keyboard (also can't see). Want to get a blue Razer DeathAdder to finish it off, but I am just too happy with my G400 to justify it.

As for the iPad...yah, it's a bit out of place, but it needs some love from me, too :p

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iMac 27-inch, Late 2012

3,4 GHz Intel Core i7

16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2048 MB

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iMac 27-inch, Late 2012

3,4 GHz Intel Core i7

16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2048 MB

Nice! Super clean. Is that coffee or tea?

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Nice! Super clean. Is that coffee or tea?

Thanks. It's a latte. :p

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Intel HD4000 iGPU on the left, GTX 650ti on the right.

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Porno DVD's, toilet roll, Jim Beam and a tape measure.

I'm not even going to ask. :rofl:

that tweezer :shifty:
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