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New Keyboard

I bought a new keyboard. It's named "Realforce" which is an expensive, high-spec keyboard. This keyboard uses a special mechanism, so the typing feeling is very nice. Additionally, my laptop's keyboard I've used is Japanese-layout, but the new one is US-layout. I realized US-layout was easy to use especially when I type in English. This is because of the differences in the keys. When it comes to Japanese-layout, there're unique keys used in Japanese, such as to change hiragana/katakana or to convert hiragana into kanji. Besides, the enter key is bigger and its shape is almost square. So, the layout isn't symmetrical and I think it's a bit inconvenient. I also consider US-layout is better for programming because it's needed to type alphabets and signs, for instance, semicolons or parentheses.
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4 months ago
New Keyboard
I bought a new keyboard.
It's named "Realforce" which is an expensive, high-spec keyboard.
This keyboard uses a special mechanism, so thewhich makes typing feeling is very nice.
To make it sound more casual/natural, you could say:

It’s got some special mechanism that makes typing etc...

It’s got this special mechanism etc..
Additionally, my laptop's keyboard I've used isthe keyboard on my laptop I used to use had a Japanese-layout, but themy new one ishas a US-layout.
I’ve realized that the US-layout was easyier to use, especially when I type in English.
You could also phrase it like:

I’ve been noticing that the US-layout is easier to use, especially when I type in English.
When it comes to the Japanese-layout, there're unique keys used in Japanese, such as tothat change hiragana/ to katakana or toand convert hiragana into kanji.
BesidesAlso, the enter key is bigger and its shape is almost square.
So,This makes the layout isn't unsymmetrical and, which I think it's a bit inconvenient.
There’s nothing wrong grammatically with the way you phrased it and it doesn’t sound unnatural or anything, but if you say it like this I feel it connects better with the previous sentence.
I also consider the US-layout is better for programming because you have to/it's neededcessary to type alphabets and signs, for instance,(Latin) letters and signs, like semicolons or parentheses.

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