Experiencing "Key Bounce"
I am newbie forum user and 5 day-old Chromebook user. This seems like a good Forum with a lot of combined expertise. I'm having an issue which is really dragging down my experience on my Samsung 5 Chromebook so I thought I would post it here. I'm not sure if the OS Software forum is best place but it seemed the best of all the others. Also, I did multiple searches before starting this new thread and did not see any other folks discussing it. So here goes ...
I am a rapid touch-typer and generally get along with all keyboards. I've also used also other keyboards like the Chromebook -- my wife has a macbook air and I seem to get along with it just fine. My problem with my Samsung 5 is when I type specific letters (seems to be e,d,f,a) the output on the keyboard is 2x what I typed. For example, if I type "did father go to bed", it will come out like "ddidd ffatheer go to beedd". I'm not sure what to call this problem but some external searches lable it as "key bounce". If i slow way down and focus on my individual fingers I can make it go away -- in other words it seems to be dependent on the speed which I type.
This is very frustrating because i'm constantly backspacing and correcting my typing.
Is anyone else having this problem, or maybe is is possible I got a defective keyboard? I'm wondering if there may be some OS setting where I can tell the keyboard how sensative to be?
Thanks for any help in advance,