Not until eyes have problems do people realize how a dark keyboard is troublesome. While many touch type and can easily 'feel' their way through a typing exercise even the most experienced will find a lighter and easier to read keyboard is better. It's probably not something given a lot of weight in the mind of purchasers until they get it home but the choice of a computer should depend on more than just its performance and memory.
As a long time user of computers and typewriters before their invention my fingers generally fly over the keyboard in seconds when typing alone is involved. But the experience of my last laptop with a backlight and easy to read keys is far more appreciated than a recently acquired one from my daughter. Even the amount of energy required to press the keys is important.
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