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Bought this book, not useful..
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Unit 1 la 1st part Ku materials irukka brother. Kindly help me.
Good evening brother.
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I'm stuck at 200wpm.
I love your videos but 'gaterton????????'
9:46 Trying to go over to my G305 instead of my MX Master due to this. I find myself depending a lot on the shortcut gestures on the mouse, even some can be done by keyboard as well.
The MX Keys has too widely spaced keys for a membrane board IMO. I have more keybaords than i prob. should have by now and have done most of my work on my dekstop for about 2 years, but I'm still fastest on my Dell XPS 15 chiclet laptop keybaord. It's not because it's a "better keyboard" , but simply because each key press takes less time, and the keys are perfectly close together withouth being too close for my fingers. It's just physically better suited to be faster. Still prefer to use my mechanical boards for their feel, sound and comfort when coding, using programs or gaming, but I tend to go membrane when writing very long texts in one go due to the low fatigue.
I made the mistake of buying a Keychron K7. What I received was NOT wireless (no dongle included) and, when connected by USB cable, many keys did not work. Keychron ignored all my requests for an RMA and a refund.
Before buying anything from Keychron, think! Do you want to give your money to a company that treats its customers this way?
Have you tried the Azio retro compact keyboard it’s a work of art.
Fair result is this one:
No metter wich one you choose.... you'll be faster at that one that you're most used to use...
Hi mr. Abdaal, great video! You mentioned having 8 the same keyboards, with different switch types. Which switch do you like the most? Is there much difference? Thanks!
I have old Logitech K230. I choose it because of low profile keys, and it's really fast for typing. I wonder if mechanical keyboard with standard keys is good choice after than. I feel it would be problem, because of keys height.
Thanks for this video. I made the mistake of buying the magic keys with touch id but i dont have M1 chip.. i only have the old version of macbook air, ipad 8th gen and iphone 11. I could not return it bec of 25% restocking fee. Please advise.
I think spring keyboard is best for typing
160 is average really
14:45 and that knife over there?
if you tried using the mechanicals without bottoming out, you might like them better. Use a tactile switch, or a blue one, and touch the key until you get to the bump or the click. You only need to press the key that far to actuate it. Bottoming out, hitting the key until it touches the bottom of the switch, is time-wasting and puts strain on your joints.
Could you talk Any faster 😒 Hope my tutor doesn't speak Like this 🤔 I'm Dead
Brilliant video, im addicted to that site now. im only at 35WPM 🤣
Command + Backspace is a freaking hack! Thanks for the tip !!
I’d be interested to see you ,as a writer, to try out different types of mechanical switches (tactile, clicky, linear, low profile) and different styles of key cap profiles to see how that changes typing speed, feel, and experience. Like if you prefer penguins with KAT keys or ink blacks with OEM profiles (random examples) there’s just so many factors like switch actuation points and travel distance, key shape and wobble, layout. I’d value your viewpoints in contrast to the gamers and coders.
Your videos inspired me and I am just a 9 year old boy and my highest speed reached is 73 words per miniutes
(copy) I personally think feel and lack of mistakes are easily as important as raw speed when it comes to overall productivity. My favorite typing experience is without a doubt the IBM Model M or one of the modern buckling spring descendants from Unicomp (who operates the old IBM keyboard factory in Kentucky). Absolutely wonderful keyboards, if a bit ugly.