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The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 7) has a bright, 16:10 screen, plenty of ports and converts into a tablet, but it is expensive and there aren't a ton of repair options.
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The Royal Kludge RK89 fits a numeric keypad into a very compact design, but the compromises from missing and moved keys are too extreme.
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The Royal Kludge RK96 is a solid, flexible and inexpensive entry into keyboard customization that also works well with a wide variety of devices right out of the box.