Are keyboards truly the weak link in your computer set up? LinuxPlanet explores: "Computer makers, and makers of computer upgrades, go to a lot of trouble to produce very high quality monitors, some really nifty trackballs (which
would be even better if they'd bother to produce Linux-specific drivers; for instance, my Kensington Expert Mouse would be a lot cooler if its
programmable buttons were programmable under Linux), and all sorts of other wonderful stuff. But the area that's largely left behind is the one most
in need of attention, because it is the one thing with which we all must deal: The keyboard."
February 7, 2001