I have in the past alluded the the painful truth that my mad, 1337* typing skills hover in the grey muck between two-finger typing and being able to reliably touch-type, I hope nearer the latter. There are fixes for that, the diresome sink-or-swim blank keytops of your High School Typing or Data Entry or Keyboarding class being a prime example of one approach.
There is another, a bit lazier but perhaps better for a late adopter looking to change her habits, and nice example showed up on an auction site last week. I set my sights on it, bid, won and it arrived today:A Remington 5 with color-coded keytops to remind the hapless which finger goes where! It's in nice shape, too; a little dusty and a few dings in the paint but not totally beat up and the keys I have tried are working well. Plus, it's got that zoomy streamlining, so you know it won't overheat when one's speed reaches the practical limit.
A little Goop to clean the exterior, some Flitz for the plated metal and de-mustification for the case....
* Here's just how 'leet I am: years ago, I lived in an apartment in an old, Victorian house at No. 1337!