as my (online-) translator doesn't work well, I'm not really sure what you are talking about.
I think the topic is "keyboards":
As the first computer I've got in contact has been a ZX81 and the first one I owned was a 48k rubber keyed, 'n our days I'm a keyboard fetichist...
Therefore just two suggestions from my side - sorry if I'm off topic. I don't understand any word spoken in spanish...
- 1st: Best keyboard ever is the real Model M (see link below)
- 2nd: looking at the later Amstrad Speccies there is a better solution than the "klicking" ones...
Everybody, I suppose knows, that this <klick>
is the best keyboard that has- and will be ever build on this planet.
Best of all: Model M for PCs was first introduced for PS/2 computers in the mid-/late 1980th. So these things will perfectely fit to the ZX-Uno, looking at the plug. => So, by the way: Everybody who is looking for the best keyboard on earth: Get one of these... ;->
Anybody else: In my opinion there are better solutions for Sinclair compatible users or computers though...
I think that a "less klicking keyboard" could be a better solution for a computer that 1st had a keyboard which was introduced as: "Using the keyboard of a ZX Spectrum (16k/48k) is like fondling a zombie..."
Looking at the +2 or +3 these computers had really good- and responsive keyboards. Keys that feel very similar to those ones are provided by the brand of Cherry.
As I wanted to get a Keyboard that feels a bit more "Spectrum like" I poked around a bit. The best product I've found was the mobile "Cherry ohne Klick" (*sorry* this is the german name) which has been produced for about two- or three decades. - As buckling spring keys have been derived from IBM typewriters of the 1950th's or so I know that this is "new teck". BUT: Cherry also also provides good keyboards...
In my opinion the "Cherry ohne Klick" keyboards are the much better solution for a Spectrum. AND: Until now you will get keyboards having a PS2 plug!
Find my solution in the attached pictures... ;->
Have a nice day.
P.S.: See my "all locale-" black PC keyboard on those pics. (It has Cherry blue keys ("Cherry mit Klick"))
The white one is the one I'd suggest for any kind of Sinclair ZX Spectrum to be used.
Best of all: It's still available with a PS2 plug and - if U are lucky as me - you will get one without the F*CKING Windows keys...
P^2.S. (edit): The Cherry Keyboard is not just available with a PS2 plug you can also get it with espaniol layout!!!