A few months ago, I got a Xiaomi M365 electric scooter, but hadn’t gotten much of a chance to ride it. Now that spring’s come, though, I’ve actually gotten some miles on it, and have enough experience with this thing to have informed opinions on it. Continue reading “Smol wheels, big fun”
I’ve wanted to try Matias’s new keyswitches since I’ve heard of their release, and finally, decided to go ahead and get a Tactile Pro 4, as my local Micro Center had them in stock.
Matias has developed their own clone, the Matias Click switch, of the Alps SKCM tactile keyboard switch (specifically, the simplified white version), and installed it in their long-running (Mac-optimized) Tactile Pro series, creating the Tactile Pro 4. The previous model, the Tactile Pro 3, used Fuhua switches, and in my opinion, these switches had downright terrible quality. They’ve also cloned the SKCM cream switch, which had rubber damping, as the Matias Quiet Click switch, and are using it in the new Quiet Pro keyboard, although I’m not reviewing that switch.
So, I don’t typically review keyboards on this blog, and I’m not sure why I haven’t. So, here goes. Continue reading “Matias Tactile Pro 4 keyboard review”
A couple weeks ago, I found the SwissMicros credit card-sized clones of the Hewlett-Packard Voyager series of programmable calculators, and decided to order one. Today, my calculator arrived, so it’s review time! (And, I apologize in advance for the crappy camera phone photos.) Continue reading “SwissMicros DM-15CC calculator review”