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Free Your Keyboard, Free Your Mind: Introducing The Kinesis Freestyle 2 Bluetooth Keyboard
The Kinesis Freestyle 2 Keyboard has been an industry standard for ergonomic keyboarding solutions, and now - lucky for you - they have released the Kinesis Freestyle2 Blue Multichannel Bluetooth Keyboard version of this keyboard that offers additional freedom compatible with both PC and Mac. So we now have an incredibly adjustable, separated keyboard that is available with wireless connectivity via Bluetooth. This is a great option if you have a treadmill desk (so moving the keyboard around doesn't involve tangled wires), if you switch between devices but want to use the same keyboard, or if you just like the perk of fewer cords cluttering your workspace.
The Kinesis Freestyle 2 Multichannel Bluetooth keyboard doesn't skimp on the ergonomics, either, which is unusual for a wireless configuration. With low-force keys, typing is easy and stress reducing on your hands. The separated keyboard set up allows you to position your arms in a way that feels more comfortable. For customers with shoulder issues, this keyboard is the perfect choice. The optional accessory kits (V3, VIP3, and Ascent Multi-tent Accessory) allow comfortable angling and tilting, so you can relax your palms and avoid hurting pressure points near your wrists.
Questions about this keyboard? Give us a call! We know these products are sometimes a little intimating, so it can be helpful to talk to someone who understands and can help you assess what would be best for you.
For other wireless ergonomic accessories that are Mac and PC compatible, check us out at TheHumanSolution.com
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