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I love my laptop for its light weight and transport capabilities, but entering the numbers with the single row of number keys is becoming more and more painful for my hands and wrists. What I miss about a traditional desktop computer is the independent number pad on the far right. Putting in a separate and secondary number pad on laptops isn’t likely to happen because it would defeat the purpose of the laptop being lighter and more portable. With amount of number work I do with my knitting patterns, I wouldn’t be without one! Sometimes I wish, if I could afford it, to have a desktop in the lounge on my desk, as well as my laptop, and integrate them into a network so all files on mine and it (and DH’s if he wished) could be shared. This page contains a table including the following: a virtual Hindi keyboard in Devanagari script which in addition to scripts and letters it also contains shortcuts and symbols as well to save some typing time. I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you found the Devanagari Hindi keyboard useful to you. Rather than having a switch for each key, membrane keyboards use a continuous membrane that stretches from one end to another. Different manufacturers have used these standard technologies, and a few others, to create a wide range of non-traditional keyboards. I presume that as you're visiting this page you are on some kind of computer, but do you know what all the parts of a computer are called? To the untrained eye or ear, Asian languages can appear completely incomprehensible and indistinguishable from each other. Also, I’m typing on a Korean keyboard right now, and while it does have a standard QWERTY layout, there are some special keys to allow me to switch between Korean and English and to use Chinese characters. It’s no slower for a good typist to enter hangeul or katakana than it is English, and with practice, Chinese character selection can also be done extremely quickly.
Regarding how fast you can type with an IME, I did mention that this was a point of argument – some people are obviously faster than others. One thing I need to mention is that for Taiwanese, they have a totally different keyboard layout as mainland.


I put a * on Y because it only goes in front of A, U and O, while W goes in front of A and O. I currently use a mac mini, but will be switching to a laptop when I can afford it (or when it dies, which ever comes first!), because of the amount of travelling I do.
We use the laptop to watch movies on, and on low-spoon days, moving the laptop to and fro is a pain. Capacitive switches are considered to be non-mechanical because they do not physically complete a circuit like most other keyboard technologies.
Each provides a different level of audible and tactile response -- the sounds and sensations that typing creates.
Metal contact switches simply have a spring-loaded key with a strip of metal on the bottom of the plunger.
The written characters may as well be hieroglyphs and unlike some other languages, listening in on a conversation isn’t going to give you much to go on.
However, you’d have to learn a staggering 3,000 just to read a newspaper (out of around 40,000 in a Chinese dictionary).
Created in the mid-15th century, it is considered one of the most logically designed languages in the world. My friends and I play this game where we say stuff in other languages and everyone else guesses which language it is. I also felt the concepts involved in the gramatical structure were a little more logical to understand but perhaps that’s just me!
For phonetic they use Bopomofo, for orthographic the system follows section headers(or radical), which is somewhat lost in simplified Chinese.
While I would certainly concur that the three mentioned languages are the first three Asian languages that come to mind, I would love to see some information about other Asian languages and their scripts.
It therefore requires less stretching of hand and wrist muscles, which could hopefully cut down on repetitive strain injuries (RSIs). If you're proficient enough, you don't need to press the buttons on the virtual keyboard, you can just start typing on your regular keyboard and you will see the Hindi script on top. Make sure to check our Learn Hindi page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.


When you press a key, a plunger on the bottom of the key pushes down against the dome, and the carbon center presses against a hard, flat surface beneath the key matrix. Some membrane keyboards use a flat surface printed with representations of each key rather than keycaps.
The guide below it intended to provide a simple quick start for telling apart Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
It’s arguably a bit slower to type this way but certainly more efficient than having a massive keyboard! You can also use a notepad at the bottom of this page to help you put together the text you're trying to type.
Membrane keyboards don't have good tactile response, and without additional mechanical components they don't make the clicking sound that some people like to hear when they're typing.
The foam element switch is basically the same design but with a small piece of spongy foam between the bottom of the plunger and the metal strip, providing a better tactile response. When the key is released, the rubber dome springs back to its original shape, forcing the key back up to its at-rest position.
As the two plates move closer together, the amount of current flowing through the matrix changes. Rubber dome switch keyboards are inexpensive, have pretty good tactile response and are fairly resistant to spills and corrosion because of the rubber layer covering the key matrix.
The problem is that the contacts tend to wear out or corrode faster than on keyboards that use other technologies.
Also, there is no barrier that prevents dust or liquids from coming in direct contact with the circuitry of the key matrix. Capacitive switch keyboards are expensive, but they have a longer life than any other keyboard. Also, they do not have problems with bounce since the two surfaces never come into actual contact.



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