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Keyboards: Buying Guide

In this article we'll show you how to buy the perfect keyboard to fit your exact requirements!

Main computer interaction
The keyboard is the main way you interact with your computer so it is extremely important to choose the right one as you will be using it every day. Here are some important factors to consider :

Aesthetics
It is important that you like the look of your keyboard. Whilst Apple and Dell keyboards are designed to match the systems they are sold with, if you have a custom built PC you may want to choose a different brand. Look for custom keyboards from manufacturers like Alienware if you are a gaming enthusiast.

Ergonomics
Ergonomic keyboards are design to fit the natural contours of your body. They can look extremely odd but may save you repetitive strain injuries over time. HP keyboards have a line of ergonomic designs. If the user is visually impaired then they may also need to consider large print or tactile keyboards.

Portability
If you intend to use your new keyboard with a tablet device like the Apple iPad, then you will need to consider wireless computer keyboards. Mac wireless keyboards work through bluetooth so bear this in mind when buying a new keyboard for your tablet computer.

Other keyboard types
There are even flexible, roll up and waterproof keyboards available in this category, so search online to find the keyboard best suited to your needs. Generally, these are small keyboards that use battery power so you need to consider key size and battery life when choosing your portable device.

Specialist uses
If you use your computer in a workshop then you will need to consider industrial keyboards. These are dust and waterproof and should meet a standard known as IP44. Think about what you use your computer for and which functions you will regularly use.

Special functions
Video editors will often opt for large key keyboards that have specialist commands for their video editors. Gamers might look for extra controls that allow them access complex in-game and macro commands.

Choosing a keyboard is a very personal task. Make sure you try out a keyboard before buying it as even the feel of the keys under your fingers will impact how well you use the device from day to day. Make your choice wisely and your keyboard will stay with you for many thousands of hours of use!

 
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