Those are all the same bad configuration as far as ergonomics.

The Lexmark M15 was fully split with buckling-spring switches.

On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 12:46 PM, Mike Wickham <i...@mikewickham.com> wrote:
> Speaking of keyboards, I won't part with my Unicomp buckling spring
> keyboard. They are the famous, original IBM keyboards that are heavy duty,
> have a great tactile feel with a nice audible click, and the keycaps are
> double-injected. So the letters can never wear off them. They should last a
> lifetime. Find them here in several configurations:
> http://pckeyboard.com/page/category/UKBD
>
> Mike Wickham
>
> On 11/11/2014 12:40 PM, Robert Lauriston wrote:
>>
>> I use them with Kinesis Freestyle 2 keyboards with the VIP3 lifter
>> attachment. I place the two parts of the keyboard about 6.5" apart.
>>
>>
>> http://www.ergonomicssimplified.com/products/images/keyboards/kinesis_freestyle_vip1.jpg
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