Best Keyboards From 80's is Back

If you worked in an office back in the 80's - or remember your parents working at home on a company computer, you may remember the IBM Model F keyboard. This is heralded by many as the best keyboard ever. In many ways current mechanical keyboards have gleaned their style and inspiration from the Model F. While it is not officially back, a historian has re-created the keyboard faithfully and is making the "buckling spring" switch back.

Modern-day mechanical keyboards are different. Instead of rubber domes, they tend to use individual switches with innards made of plastic and metal. Cherry is the brand name to know in this world, offering switches of varying design to provide different feelings—stiffer sprints for firmer pushback, and, of course, keys designed to clack.

Source: PopularMechanics