The keyboard has a split design that puts the keys for each hand at an angle to promote more natural wrist positioning. The keys can be slid further apart to meet the individual needs of the user. The keyboard can also be tiles up and down to get more or less of an angle for further reducing injury.
The keyboard connects to PC or Mac computers via USB and is set to ship in March. The keyboard will set you back about $150 when it ships, which sis a small price to pay for more comfort when typing.
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