keyboard

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keyboard

a computer input device consisting of rows of switches with key tops marked as letters or numbers. Manual pressure on a series or combination of the keys generates an electronic code representing words, data, commands, or other input.
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The belief that the Dvorak keyboard is superior to QWERTY can be traced to a few key sources.
Yet the Navy study is a primary source of many of the claims for the Dvorak keyboard.
We can only guess how the proponents of the Dvorak keyboard, who conducted the experiments, might have removed those nasty impediments.
This study provides the most compelling evidence against the Dvorak keyboard.
In the first phase of the experiment, 10 government typists were retrained on the Dvorak keyboard.
Such words are particularly hard to find on the Dvorak keyboard.