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02-19-2008 04:42 AM
at first glance this photo can make the keyboard look deceptively thin. however, if you compare the thickness of the chassis above the optical drive to a modern T-series, you can see that the measurements are very similar -- and probably within 1mm of each other if there is a difference. while the key heights may have been altered to accommodate the overall thin profile of the X300, i believe the throw of the keys and their tactility should remain constant.
vkyr wrote:...in our german forum, a user who saw the above photo had concerns that the X300 keyboard might be possibly also too flat now and thus not following the usual well known state-of-the-art Thinkpad keyboard quality tradition in terms of key thickness etc.