A fully functional keyboard with integrated media and video controls. It gets top marks for its extra wrist support designed to cut down on repetitive stress injuries.
Wired only, so it can be difficult to use for tablets and laptops on the go.
Uses mechanical keys for excellent typing performance. Can be plugged or used on the go via Bluetooth.
Some keys are known to stick. The mouse can be tricky to learn at first.
Comes with a separate number pad so it can be positioned as desired. Cushioned palm rest makes it comfortable on the wrists after hours of use.
The magnetic battery cover can pop off if the keyboard is moved around a lot.
We love how the Microban antimicrobial layer of protection keeps the keys and palm rest clean during extended use. The keys use a 16-character buffer to keep up with faster typists.
Some keys are in an awkward position for regular, comfortable use.
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The split keyboard is designed for better ergonomics than traditional or gaming options. The split design puts each hand at a more natural angle, lining up the wrists and arms to reduce the amount of strain while typing. Many models are also curved so the fingers can wrap around the surface more naturally to reach each key with minimal effort. Like other keyboards, you will find many options for wired and wireless designs. Going wireless is a great option when you have the extra room, but if you don't want to mess with batteries, a wired model will be more convenient and reliable.
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