Looking for good silent wired multimedia keyboard.

  Europa 14:50 05 May 07

At the moment I am using the keyboard that came with the PC, but the noise it makes each time I pressed a key is getting on my nerves.
There is nothing wrong with the keyboard, but when I am using it it sounds tacky and cheap.
My saitek keyboard for gamers was smooth and silent but I do like the multimedia hotkeys I have with this one.
Can anyone recommend a quality wired multimedia keyboard?
Thank you.

  Totally-braindead 14:58 05 May 07

Go to PC World, they have a lot on display and see what you like.

  pj123 17:05 05 May 07

I think it's called "feedback". As a typist at 70wpm I don't think I could type on a "silent" keyboard. I need the feedback when I am typing and not looking at the keyboard or monitor. I might be talking to someone as well so it is nice to know I am hitting the right keys.

Cherry do what they call "Ultra Silent" keyboards whatever that means. Also KeySonic do Silent Multimedia keyboards.

  Europa 18:49 05 May 07

Thanks pj123, I am not on a 70wpm but my keyboard is a lot more noisy than even my 6 years old gateway keyboard. If I could program some hotkeys to my taste, I would go back to my saitek, which is more like a notebook keypad.
I will look into the keyboards you have suggested.

  Europa 19:39 05 May 07

I have found what I was looking for.
If it's the same quality as my other saitek, it will be perfect, and more quiet.
click here

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