In this day and age, it is surprising to see a PS/2 keyboard make an appearance. Even so, one that arrives ought to be something special to carry such ancient technology, and the Elecom TK-U50F Series keyboard doesn’t “disappoint” in this sense. It comes without Hiragana written on the key tops, while a curved key layout will benefit folks who repeatedly use the same keys or work for long hours on end. According to Elecom, they have ensured that key response and feel has been improved in order for a more comfortable typing experience. Only in Japan, the Elecom TK-U50F Series keyboard will be made available at the end of this month.
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