Apple keyboard design and tech failure

By: Dummond D. Slow (mental.delete@this.protozoa.us), May 5, 2019 4:56 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
David Hess (davidwhess.delete@this.gmail.com) on May 5, 2019 3:03 am wrote:
> If a keyboard is designed for casual users who are not expected to make great use of it,
> then reliability is not a requirement. That it looks stylish is all that counts.
>
It breaks perhaps in a many as 30 % of cases. The Reddit guy thinks the keys will probably fail in most of the machines or that it might just be a matter of time. If even a light user gets repeat/missed keys (and has to cover $800 replacement once or twice over say 5 years of use), how is that fine? It's a design flaw that might be worthy of complete recall IMHO. It feels wrong to me to sell stuff like that when you know it is so prone to expensive failure. I guess I lack the generosity of a proper consumer customer.
< Previous Post in ThreadNext Post in Thread >
TopicPosted ByDate
Apple keyboard design and tech failureMaynard Handley2019/05/02 12:21 PM
  Apple keyboard design and tech failureDavid Hess2019/05/05 03:03 AM
    Apple keyboard design and tech failureDummond D. Slow2019/05/05 04:56 AM
      Apple keyboard design and tech failurefoobar2019/05/06 12:10 AM
        Apple keyboard design and tech failureMaynard Handley2019/05/06 09:29 AM
          Apple keyboard design and tech failureitsmydamnation2019/05/06 02:27 PM
            Apple keyboard design and tech failureMaynard Handley2019/05/06 04:23 PM
              Apple keyboard design and tech failureDummond D. Slow2019/05/07 07:42 AM
                Apple keyboard design and tech failureMaynard Handley2019/05/07 10:26 AM
                  Apple keyboard design and tech failureDummond D. Slow2019/05/08 08:18 AM
      Apple keyboard design and tech failureDavid Hess2019/05/08 04:58 PM
Reply to this Topic
Name:
Email:
Topic:
Body: No Text
How do you spell green?