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What the community says about Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2
- "Training keyboard with the clicky-clack feel. The tactile feel is great to learn on. No white letters/numbers on keys. If you get lost, you can see the numbers/letters on the keys if you look close in good light. They appear very subtly. Price is high, but that is due to the key switches."
- "Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2 is an ideal keyboard for those that have small hands, such as myself. The compact design lets you key as fast as you need to go, while you won't make nearly as many mistakes as you would with your basic keyboards. Don't expect flash and glitz with this keyboard though, it's a very simple and bland design. I will say the price is way too steep and I believe you can find a comparable keyboard at a much lower price. "
- "The teacher in my programming course suggested we invest in a high quality mechanical keyboard for our home PC setups. The Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2 was the first one I tried and I couldn't be more pleased. It has such a pleasing tactile sensation, my assignments just fly by! It took a little bit to get used to the minimalistic layout, but on the plus side it doesn't make my desk seem cluttered. I'm really happy with my purchase."
- "This is a minimalist keyboard, and looks quite nice; the absence of the numberpad irritates me, personally, but many people go without that anyway. There are no letters on the keys, but if you're willing to spend more than $200 on a keyboard, you probably already know how to type anyway. 5/7, would hack with this, with a happy smile, as per item name."
- "As a developer, I can speak to the fact that having a good keyboard is vitally important. This one cuts out all the superfluous fluff so I can get down to brass tacks. ""Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional2 is a neat keyboard I have since I love to hack. I develop software for fun and I love this little gadget."