The best keyboard for typing fast?
Which ones that you've tried have been most comfortable to type and productive?
That would most simply be a board of keys without me.
And if I may add, a board of keys most logically.
That is, a board of keys with a coffee.
A mechanical keyboard - particular model doesn't matter that much. They do tend to be pricier than membrane ones, but they're great for typing and last a lot longer.
Technically, the fastest typing keyboard is one of a court room stenographer who uses short phrases to write things instead of the full sentence.
Behind that is a style known as Dvorak keyboards. These are designed to help you type faster, but most people can't use them because the keys are arranged for speed as well. (Traditional keyboard layout, Qwerty, was meant so typewriter keys wouldn't bunch up)
Finally, there are several traditional Qwerty keyboards that may help, but the truth is that a full size keyboard is going to be very similar to each other. The quickest way to type is simply to improve your speed with practice.
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