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The keys on traditional keyboards are positioned straight causing typists to splay their hands in an uncomfortable position for long periods of time. Split keyboards seperate the keys on each side so that you can work in a more natural position. Some of these keyboards are angle adjustable while others are fixed.
Many taught touch-typists often can't adapt to changing to a split keyboard though as they report regularly hitting the wrong keys.
Contoured Split Keyboard
This budget priced, Contoured ‘split’ keyboard, is meticulously crafted to offer a comfortable and dynamic hand positioning experience. Achieving ergonomic reverse tilt is effortless, thanks to the fold-out feet locat... More
Black Goldtouch Keyboard
The Black Goldtouch is a quick adjustable split mini keyboard which can be positioned both horizontally and vertically to achieve the most personally comfortable position possible.
The biggest problem with traditional keyboards is that the keys... More
Goldtouch Go 2 Wireless Bluetooth Split Keyboard
The Goldtouch Go!2 Bluetooth split keyboard offers a sleek, slim and lightweight shortboard design making it the perfect work and travel companion for the on-the-go worker. Unlike other travel ergonomic keyboards, which sacrifice comfort for c... More
Goldtouch Go2 Portable Adjustable Split Keyboard
The Goldtouch Go!2 split keyboard offers a sleek, slim and lightweight shortboard design making it the perfect work and travel companion for the on-the-go worker. Unlike other travel ergonomic keyboards, which sacrifice comfort for convenience, the G... More
Kinesis Freestyle 2 (UK) with 50 cm Separation Cable
The Kinesis® Freestyle®2 adjustable split keyboard offers a dramatically thinner design than the original Freestyle and is ideal for both the office and for travel. Retaining the same ergonomic features as its predecessor the Freestyle2, it... More
Kinesis Freestyle 2 Convertible Keyboard
Introducing the New Kinesis® Freestyle®2 adjustable split keyboard in an ultra-thin design. Dramatically thinner than the original Freestyle, and is ideal for both office and travel use. Created with input from ergonomists and health professionals, t... More
Left Handed Keypad Keyboard
Since today's operating systems depend heavily on using a mouse, it makes sense to have your keypad on your left so that you can bring your mouse closer inline with your body and use both of your hands when you work.
Left handed ke... More
Microsoft MS Ergonomic Keyboard for Business
Work in comfort all day. Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard reduces fatigue and delivers a slim, refined design with split keyboard, improved cushioned palm rest and dedicated shortcut keys.
Work all day, with reduced risk o... More