If you are using your new computer for work, home and family use as well as everyday emailing, you are going to need a touchpad keyboard made out of quality materials to last. With so many touchpad keyboards on the market, be sure to spend some quality time in an electronic store “test driving” keyboards.
Depending on your business or need, the design of your touchpad keyboard needs to make sense. If you are a business traveler, you will no doubt need a laptop that has quite keys, a touchpad mouse built into the laptop to conserve space and most definitely a couple USB ports and possibly a docking station for your business needs. If the next touchpad keyboard you purchase is for a high-tech or medical business, you will to buy a water resistant and dust/particle resistant keyboard as your next purchase. What about an ergonomic keyboard or an ergonomic computer mouse? Depending on your preference, there are lots of keyboards out there that focus on wrist safety.
3. Color, Imprint Finish and Other Keyboard Finishes
Will the numbers and letters last on the keyboard finish? It may not seem like a lot to ask of a touchpad keyboard but if you are going to invest in a keyboard, you want it to last. Investing in a quality keyboard with imprint finish- which protects the text printed on the keys from rubbing off over time, is always something an avid computer user should keep an eye out for. Does color matter to you? Perhaps you haven’t thought about color before, but several companies are making custom keyboards with rainbow of different color choices to choose from.
4. Touch pad mouse Vs. Cord Mouse
On your mission to find the perfect keyboard, you should ask yourself whether you should get a touchpad keyboard with a touchpad computer mouse already built into the keyboard or if you would benefit more from a computer mouse that is separate from your computer keyboard.
Again, depending on your computer needs, will you need a hand held computer more than a full desktop computer or a laptop? Most people want a full-size keyboard for typing even if their computer screen is small. Some touchpad keyboards can fold in half and some are even made of silicon and can be rolled up into a tube!
6. The Right Fit For You
At the end of the day, it comes down to what touchpad keyboard works for you. If you need a keyboard with quiet keys, or a touchpad keyboard for use in your dental office that needs be water resistant, or perhaps you are a mechanic that needs a touchpad keyboard that needs to withstand dust, grease as well as cordless, there are several options to choose from. The biggest gift you can give yourself is time to test drive all of the keyboard options that are out there. The worst thing would be to …