Lenovo's new laptop keyboards have bigger Del and Esc keys, which sounds right to me. I love the Lenovo ThinkPad keyboards more than any other keyboard I've tried. I recently switched away from Thinkpads for a season and then switched back and I could almost hear
my fingertips sighing in relief as they touched down on the clacky, springy, responsive X200 keyboard. What a treat.
After a year's research, Lenovo boffins have installed larger Delete and Escape keys on their updated ThinkPad laptop T400s range...
Lenovo increases size of panic buttons
The change is based on testing users on which keys they use the most. On average, they used the Escape and Delete keys 700 times per week, yet those were the only non-letter keys, that hadn't been made bigger.
Lenovo decided to make these two keys about twice as long in the vertical direction to fit the way people reach up for them.
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