So I've been whiling away some of a quiet Saturday night reading up on an early eighties computer called the Oric-1, which seems to be a curious little machine that has been largely unsung; moderately successful in its day according to the sales figures I'm seeing here, I never actually got to see one.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oric makes the following curious remark:
The Oric-1 improved somewhat over the ZX Spectrum's unusual chiclet keyboard.
As far as I can see in e.g. the photograph on that very page, the Oric-1 has a chiclet keyboard essentially equivalent to the ZX Spectrum. (Well, made of plastic rather than rubber? I would expect that to make either no difference or a slightly negative one.)
Did it actually improve on the Spectrum's keyboard? If so, how?