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Why a 65% Keyboard Might Be All You Need

When a mini is too small and a full-size too big

I always found that 100% full size keyboards are for accountants only. Sorry beancounters, no offense. They are perfectly fine, but I don’t like the ergonomics of them. That numpad, which I personally never use just offsets my mouse-hand so much, that after extended periods of time using mouse and keyboard my arm…

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Hailing from Austria, a self-employed graphics designer and writer since 2009. Loves long walks in the forest, thoughtful solitude and silly raccoons.

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