As you can hear it seems like a very "clicky" keyboard. I currently own a 380ED and while the keyboard on it is miles better than most laptops I've used, the keyboard does not sound, and I presume feel, like the one in the video. Is that clicky keyboard unique to the 755C in that video?
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i recently sent a 755CDV to be sold and i marveled that the keyboard was just as you describe..
it has been a lot of years since i had any 700, 720, 750, 755 C, CD, CE thinkpads..
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Do you know if this keyboard is unique only to the 755?
Think so as the 760 series don't have it, and nor do my 770ED and 600. The 300 series might not have it at all due to being a more budget lineup.
Had two Dell CPx's with tactile mechanical keyboards before I sold them but that's a quite different feel still.
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