Top 6 Ergonomic Keyboards

Top 6 Ergonomic Keyboards

Anthony Nguyen
Oct 1, 2009
If there's one good health investment you can make to your home office setup, it's replacing that cruddy default Dell one that came with your computer 7 years ago with an ergonomic one. With recommendations from both Alan Hedge, director of Human Factors and Ergnomics Lab at Cornell and a few of our own pickings, you'll have plenty to choose from. Top 6 Ergonomic Keyboards:
  1. Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 ($89.95 + $49.95 for keypad): Just announced, this is Microsoft’s thinnest keyboard ever, just a bit thicker than a AAA battery. Bluetooth, a separate number key pad, and the handsome curved shape make this a great choice for ergonomic use.
  2. Goldtouch Go! ($139): Real light and portable, this is the ultimate laptop keyboard.
  3. Kensington Comfort Type Slim Keyboard ($20): It looks traditional, but check out those keys! Don't they make a lot more sense now that you imagine your hand over it?
  4. Jasper Freeboard ($149): A mousepad built in? No way! There's also a snap-on attachment for all you lefties out there.
  5. Microsoft Natural Ergo Keyboard 4000 ($50): You can never go wrong with Microsoft's classic winner. One of our personal favorites around the office.
  6. Logitech Wave Keyboard ($50): Recessed keys make typing a breeze with Logitech's ergonomic "wave." built into the entire keyboard design.
[Via Inc Magazine]
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