For a bunch of hardware buffs, the TechSpot staff uses some pretty lame keyboards. I've had a standard wireless multimedia keyboard by Logitech for many years, but it's nearing the end of its life and I'm giving serious thought to taking the BlackWidow for a spin when it ships next month. I've always wanted a mechanical keyboard.
Julio, Jose and Erik favor the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, while Shawn spices things up with the Logitech G15. Prefer the tactile response of mechanical switches? The curves of an ergonomic design? The aesthetics of slim, minimalist engineering? It's amazing how many variations of the same device are available. Discuss.