Published on 17th November 2006 by
Originally Posted by Djizasse...
I would like to add a couple (triplet?) of points that were not presented:
- you can press any 6 simultaneous keys (try that on your keyboard)
- you can record macros with timing information
- you can print your layouts and put them under the acrylic cover
Originally Posted by article...twenty-five numbered keys with adhesive.
The DX1 keys have a special material (Ergodexians refer to this as molecular velcro or gecko feet) on their bottom side, which enables them to stick to the plastic tray on the pad. The molecular velcro is like a mechanical adhesive, which helps the keys stick to the pad very firmly with a gentle press down, and yet, requires just a simple twist on the key base to detach it. Molecular velcro lasts for a very long time and can easily be cleaned with a damp cloth to maintain its effectiveness. Some Ergodexians have experimented with molecular velcro on their own bottom sides presenting interesting results. Don't try this at home.
Originally Posted by Tim SI must've replaced a couple of keys well over 20 times and they were still sticking just as well as they were when I first stuck them down.
Originally Posted by Tim SSome Ergodexians have experimented with molecular velcro on their own bottom sides presenting interesting results. Don't try this at home.
Originally Posted by radzieckiWorking with Photoshop with mouse only is SO MUCH slower that using keyboard shortcuts... I'd say DX1 has HUGE potential in that area...
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