Nice KeyboardI still dream of stealing the college's netsoc's lovely IBM Model M clicky keyboard, or otherwise finding one to buy in this country, but in the meantime there's always this:
It's a keyboard that I'd forgotten I had completely. It's off an old RM Nimbus 286 computer that was used mostly in education in the UK in the late 80s. (It was non-PC compatible, ran a modified DOS, and had a proprietary network interface, among other oddities.) It's not quite as nice as the IBM, but it's VERY nice compared to most ordinary keyboards. It seems to be buckling-spring. It has a UK keyboard layout, fortunately; can't handle the US one. AT interface. The letters are printed on the keys in a mildly unusual font, with weird letter sizing variations. And, no fscking Windows keys :)
If you want one, you might be able to find one of the computers in a car boot sale or something. There were a lot of them around at one time.