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The office may hate me, but Razer's new Huntsman Elite keyboard feels so good to type on I'm willing to suffer the glares for all the noise I'm making. It feels a little silly saying that what with me having expensive keyboard collecting habit. But Razer keyboards never actually wind up in the collection. For me Razer is too mainstream and has often seemed to sacrifice quality and typing experience for gamer aesthetic and flashing lights. The former is still very much apparent in the $340 Hunstman Elite, but its now been paired with some of my favourite keyboard switches I've typed on. These switches are so good I can overlook a lot.

Let's be clear, when I say the MacBook has an annoying problem I'm not talking about the paltry number of Thunderbolt ports, the lack of an SD card slot, or the fact that they're priced way too high for such pitiful processors. The most annoying problem with the MacBook and the MacBook Pro is that the keyboard on each can be brought to its knees by a god dang crumb. But now, a patent found by The Sun suggests a fix could be on the way for future versions of Apple's laptops.

Despite all the extraordinary advances in technology -- particularly computing technology -- there is one place where we've languished. It's a key facet of the future that was, in many ways, better in 1987 than in 2017: The keyboard.