I used to have a K750 before spilling coffee on it... Absolutely loved it. Still reckon its one of the best keyboards I've ever typed on. I've moved onto mechs, but still miss it! If they released a TKL version, I'd buy one in a second.
Some really nice big screen setups. Interesting to see people are starting to use TV's as monitors. Not sure if I could hack a 48" screen on a desk, might be too large for me! Still look really good though.
Yeah if you're planning on using the tablet for any serious computing stuff, wait for the i7. Whilst the i5 is fine for most everyday tasks, if you're planning on using this for photoshop/graphical tasks, wait for the i7!
Agreed completely. Can't imagine myself ever going back to normal size/TKL either after getting a 75% keyboard. All the buttons you need like Pg Up/Pg Dn, plus arrow keys and F keys. In a very compact package freeing up massive amounts of desk space.
^ Tyler, looks good. I can also recommend the Logitech K750 if you're after a decent scissor switch keyboard. Very nice to type on, very thin like the Rapoo. Plus comes with the added bonus of being wireless and solar powered. Charges off ambient light from a desk lamp, never have to worry about...
^ Very nice setup. I'm in the market for a new office chair. Currently tossing up between the Buro Metro and the Ikea Markus. How do you find the Markus out of interest? Specifically comfort when sitting for long periods of time and lower back support.
My brother is very keen on grabbing a K70. Told him to hold off now till we get some solid info on when this one is coming out. Then again, I don't think he really cares too much about all the colours lol.
Are you after mechanical switches? Any budget in mind?
From memory you can get pretty cheap generic chinese made membrane keyboards off ebay, deal extreme etc.
If you're after something more expensive with mechanical switches, I'd recommend something like the Poker. Very small keyboards, which...