I’ll try to be more careful when I should choose the backlit keyboard. Overall, I think it’s a must have replacement if you have Sunrex keyboard, especially if your keys already started falling off: Who is online Users browsing this forum: All top row keys Esc, F keys, Del are higher than other keys. There might be the chance that the backlit keyboard installed in my Thinkpad won’t lit? I have Ts and my backlit keyboard is failing miserably. Good condition non-backlit, UK layout keyboard for x and other similar models.
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That’s what we call “doing your homework”. Of course, I can’t say anything about actual key sturdiness and how they will hold up in the long run, but I hope it’ll be fine.
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Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone I presume it is deliberately made this way to make finding the top row keys by feel easier. Sorry for the picture quality, it was shot ljte the phone, but I can reshoot in high quality if needed.
But it was distracting nonetheless. And the most unexpected difference: Also the textured surface is more pleasant to the touch. During the year I’have been using the keyboard I have got somewhat used to the key swinging like this, so I just snapped lt-n408 back each time it swung to the side.
Here are the differences compared to Sunrex: Ts – blew out LCD backlight fuse on motherboard – where is fuse? ESC key bends pretty much, depending on which corner if the key you press, with top left being the most concern.
Keys pick up grease easily, but don’t develop shine easily. I’ll try to be more careful when I should choose the backlit keyboard.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all! Key travel is more distinct with less side-to-side wobbling. And here is a link to the actual lot I bought: It resulted in the H key sometimes swinging out like an open door, ptn-408 held only by the hooks on the left side. Keys are a bit lower, which results in better feel and also in less light leaking from around the keys, epecially in front. They are higher than keys on Sunrex keyboard, which were all the same height, but higher than Chicony.
This is an immense improvement over both stock backlit keyboards I had before.
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There are the same model on Ebay with a black layer protective? Bill Of Materials Ts: It feels so flimsy I am almost afraid to touch fearing it would shatter oon my fingers. Being one of the three keys around the TrackPoint meant it was happening all the time. There might be the chance that the backlit keyboard installed in my Thinkpad won’t lit?
Good condition non-backlit, UK layout keyboard for x and other similar models. And it works as there is noticable step up in height. While I miss backlight a bit, I’m more than willing to deal without it in this case. When I received it I was amazed by how much better the build quality and overall feel are!
Decent keyboard, though a tad bit less key travel than the classic ones. Do have any photo of the new keyboard with it’s backside? Guys in this Reddit thread almost unanimously praise LiteOn keyboard on Ts as superior with Chicony being close second: I have found one at a good price but on a Ebay auction the guy said that you must be sure if your Thinkpad supports the backlit keyboard before I will buy it.
Ts CTO iM 2. It’s very comfortable to type on, ,tn-408 because of the slanted key profile that allows your fingers to glide from key to key easily, while on chiclet keyboard my fingers would often stumble on the key cap side ridge.