I've been lead towards a Deck keyboard by this GeekHack thread here: http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=41079.0
To cut a long story short, I insist on wearing my nails long and find typing on "Normal keyboards" a bit of a challenge at times. Unfortunately no-one makes the keyboard from the "Look Around you" spoof, as suggested in the last post: http://25.media.tumblr.com/2b8b904fa7e8456f040553f2a431a0e4/tumblr_mn6m8bxm9X1qbw5o0o2_400.gif
To decide if Deck is right for me I had a few questions:
1) Do deck keys have any kind of concave/convex profile or are they just purely flat?
2) Is the base/underside of the deck smooth and flat?
3) Are the C1NW switches low resistance with 4mm travel actuating at 2mm with tactlile feedback?
4) Where might I source a Deck in the UK/England?
My reason for asking (2) is that I find it useful on my current logitech wireless to prop something under it to give it a reverse tilt. This is easiest to do when the underside is flat, rather than e.g. some HP keyboards that have bits of the underside missing.
If anyone has any other photos of Deck keyboards from side/profile view - and especially if anyone can personally vouch for deck for this "use case", I'd love to hear from you.