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I first had an Eee 900 and moved “up” from that to an Eee 1000H, which I’ve loved performance-wise but hated the styling and the extra ounces. After reading all the glowing reviews of the NC10, I bought one to possibly replace my 1000h. I like it — well-built, performs well, looks a lot slicker than the Eee. However, for all the talk of it having the best netbook keyboard, I have to say that’s one area where I prefer the 1000h. Why? On my NC10, the keys are really…stiff. I don’t know how else to put it. Many times I think I’ve pushed a key but I clearly didn’t push it hard enough because it doesn’t register. Because of that, I make far more errors on my NC10 than on my Eee 1000. Is anybody else experiencing this? I saw one reviewer on Newegg who mentioned it, but otherwise all the keyboard talk is all raves.
That was one of my first reactions to the NC10 keyboard too but I quickly got used to it. I’ve used all kinds of different keyboards over the years though and this one compares well to the best of them. I hope you can get used to it too.
I hope so, too. I’ve been alternating between my NC10 and my Eee 1000 for comparison’s sake, but maybe I need to try using the NC10 exclusively for a solid week to see if I can adjust to the stiffer keys.
I maybe more heavy handed. I actually like typing on NC10 better than 1000H. I like the tactile feedback that I get typing on NC10.
I’m so glad that I was able to sell my 1000H and get the NC10.
I’ve had the same experience, I found it a bit awkward at first, beeing used to my bigger Asus laptop’s keyboard, but as I use the NC10 more I know find the Asus keyboard awkward 🙂 I think it’s just something you get used to.
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