Wave-design ergonomic keyboard boasts an integrated trackpad in wrist wrest. Curved height and layout promote neutral hand position for improved comfort. Full 105-key design with multimedia key zone. Quiet membrane key switches. Six-foot cable.
Not wireless. The trackpad does not support 2/3 finger scrolling.
A 104-key keyboard with numeric keypad, arrow keys, and full function key row. Offers 3 USB ports to act as a USB hub. Membrane key switch technology is quiet and unobtrusive. Includes media control keys and Windows shortcuts keys.
Not wireless. Backslash and Enter key arrangement can be difficult to adjust to.
Wave-design ergonomic keyboard with contoured height and layout helps keep wrists and hands in a comfortable neutral position. Full 105-key design with arrow and numeric keypads. Quiet membrane key switches. Plug-and-play.
Despite the design, this model does not have a built-in trackpad. Not wireless.
Wireless connection. Ergonomic design with a curved shape, split key zones, and integrated wrist wrest. Includes integrated scroll wheel in the wrist wrest. Comes with a wireless mouse. Uses quiet membrane key switches with low-profile chiclet keycaps.
Flatter profile than other ergonomic keyboards. Unusual placement of 6 key may affect touch typists.
Membrane key switches offer a quick response to keystrokes to ensure accuracy for even fast typists. One of the quietest typing experiences possible. Wired connection is constant and reliable. Built-in hotkeys and multimedia controls also enhance efficiency during long work sessions.
The keyboard's backlight offers additional visibility at first, but may shine through the keyboard's plastic covering after a little wear, becoming a distraction.
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With gaming, ergonomic, and mechanical keyboards available, there is an Adesso keyboard for any situation. Their gaming keyboards often feature mechanical keys for quick response time and have customizable backlights for visibility and ease-of-use. If you’re looking to ease wrist strain, their ergonomic keyboards have gently curved and split key layouts with membrane keys that are easy to use all day long. Some Adesso keyboards feature wireless connectivity, many of which are designed with tablets and Smart TVs in mind. And of course, if you just want something simple, they have basic keyboards available for everyday use. Adesso keyboards are inexpensive and feature packed, though they may show wear easily.