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Last Post 16 Oct 2010 11:28 AM by BkkSteve. 1 Replies.
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16 Oct 2010 06:09 AM  
Hello Steve, I'd like to know if there are any quality keyboard with both English and Thai lettering on them available in Thailand.
Something like the Logitech Revolution or similar.
The reason being is that my wife's Thai and uses  Thai script to chat with her family & friends who live in Thailand.
And I don't want to go through the hassle of having 2 keyboards, one for me and the other for her.
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16 Oct 2010 11:28 AM  
This is a good question.  I haven't specifically looked for Thai script on keyboards in Thailand but I have noticed certain models.  For the most part keyboards that come part of systems sold in Thailand have both Thai and English script.. but after market keyboards sold outside a system all seem to have English only with the exception of the locally sold really cheap quality keyboards which have Thai script.   I can tell you for sure Logitech products sold in Thailand do not have Thai script.

As an alternative you might want to consider an inexpensive (300-400 baht) thai corded keyboard, and a  quality cordless in English.  

Btw -  The Logitech K800 illuminated cordless.. is really nice. 
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