_that's kinda what it looked like, something that just sits on top of the regular keyboard membrane.
__well that stinks, I mean that introduces allot of slack and now i have to press on those keys the same way i would if i was using the regular keyboard.
___so maybe not so "SUPERBAD".
[quote = "Rwap"]That is because the link you used is the google link - not the actual image itself - if you had clicked on View image and then copied the actual url it would work[/quote]
Hey thanks RWAP.
As an aside, you wrote
Yes - we reduced the thickness of the top layer when we moved manufacturing to Scotland, so the latest versions are both better
Did you work for or own the company
_that'd be pretty cool.
__it's just amazing how you guys know this stuff.
__my old man always told me to respect my elders caus they know their S*&#, and you guys sure know your stuff.
What do you guys know about this ribbon connector?
Is there a name for that ribbon type or is just a ribbon
_I was curious so I learned a bit about keyboards. It's kinda like a matrix deal? Well membrane keyboards anyway....
I saw this:
Which was cool. The controller (
) board looks like it might fit in the TS1000's case.
_I was wondering if the actual mapping of the keys happens in the TS1000? like on a chip or something?
__this keyboard has a different ribbon connector so i guess that's why it needs that controller (