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I decided to go with standard US layout again as I already got used to blind typing without russian letters anyway. I have found one at a good price but on a Ebay auction the guy said that you must be sure if your Thinkpad supports the backlit keyboard before I will buy it. Also the textured surface is more pleasant to the touch. And it looks cleaner. I have Ts and my backlit keyboard is failing miserably.
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Lth-408 have a look here: I presume it is deliberately made this way to make finding the top row keys by feel easier. And it looks cleaner.
I have Ts and my backlit keyboard is failing miserably. Do have any photo of the new keyboard with it’s backside?
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And it works as there is noticable step up in height. Kn Sunrex keyboard it was much worse. Took 8 days which is very fast for parcels shipping to Russia. A week ago right arrow button fell off again and no amount of superglue could fix it this time as the pins underneath the button are gone and couple of days using the key without the button started to tear the underlying silicone “nipple” off.
While I miss backlight a bit, I’m more than willing to deal without it in this case. I checked both screens I own, and you can faintly see the thinkpad logo on both, Key travel is more distinct with less side-to-side wobbling.
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Consequently, light leaks more from under top row. During the year I’have been using the keyboard I have got somewhat used to the key swinging like this, so I just snapped it back each time it swung to the side. Trackpoint buttons have slightly smoother texture. Of course, I can’t say anything about actual key sturdiness and how they will hold up in the long run, but I hope it’ll be fine.
Overall, I think it’s a must have replacement if you have Sunrex keyboard, especially if your keys already started falling off: That’s what we call “doing your homework”. Also the textured surface is more pleasant to the touch.
And the most unexpected difference: Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone Good condition non-backlit, UK layout keyboard for x and other similar models. It resulted in the H key sometimes swinging out like an open door, being held only by the hooks on the left side.
No registered users and 4 guests. It feels so flimsy I am almost afraid to touch fearing ltn-4008 would shatter under my fingers. The only way I can see it so far is by deliberately dragging the pointer very slowly for seconds and then letting it go.
I decided to go with standard US layout again as I already got used to blind typing without russian letters anyway. Here are the differences compared to Sunrex: Bill Of Materials Ts: It’s very comfortable to type on, mostly because of the slanted key profile that allows your fingers to glide from key to key easily, while on chiclet keyboard my fingers would often stumble on the key cap side ridge.
Even in that case it drifts just a hair, but stops almost instantly after I let go. Keypress sound is lower pitched, litw sound much less flimsy. Last edited by lightproof on Sat Nov 25, 9: Just a quick disclaimer: They are higher than keys on Sunrex keyboard, which were all the same height, but higher than Chicony.
But it was distracting nonetheless.