Goldtouch Go!2 - Bluetooth Mobile Keypad Features
- Bluetooth compatible for on-the-go computing
- Use with your mobile device - pairs with almost any Bluetooth 3.0 enabled device
- Maintains connectivity up to a distance of 30 feet
- Folds in half for easy and quick storage
- The two halves separate up to 3 1/2", and the center of the keyboard raises up to 3 1/2" to decrease pressure in the wrists
- Extra soft key touch - low activation force makes for comfortable keying and reduces the risks of pain
- Function keys are marked for both PC and Mac
- Attractive low profile design in striking black color
Your entire work style can change in an instant. Don't let wrist fatigue and arm strain stop you from finishing the job, try an ergonomic alternative to the keyboard with the Go!2 Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard by Goldtouch.
This split design keyboard easily pairs with Bluetooth compatible devices and is portable so you won't have to deal with arm strain and tension that occurs after hours of computer work.
|Activation key force
|2.7mm, +/- 1mm
|1 lb, 1 oz
|13.5" W x 6" D x 0.9" H (at highest point)
|7" W x 6" D x 2.5" H (at highest point)
|Windows XP, Vista, 2000, 7, 8, 10
Mac OS X, 10.4 and above
Goldtouch Go!2 FAQs
- What differentiates this keyboard from a normal keyboard?
This mobile keyboard is lightweight and foldable, allowing you to save space in your luggage as compared to a regular keyboard, which is also incompatible with small devices.
- What kind of devices can I use this keyboard with?
This keyboard can be used with a PC, MAC, or mobile device that has Bluetooth capability.
- Is there a way to see which special keys on the keyboard operate for certain systems?
Both PC and Mac function keys are labeled, allowing you to switch between the two operating systems.
Goldtouch Go!2 Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard
Travel Notebook Stand
The Goldtouch Go! Travel Notebook Stand is designed to support your laptop while you work, relieving unnecessary strain on your back, neck or arms. It can pop up quickly whenever you need it, or it can be stored away in a small case for travel. The stand features a strong but light aluminum construction with a Neoprene storage case that can also be used as a mousing surface. It accommodates laptops up to 17'', and when stored away, measures 7.5'' x 10'' in the case.
Goldtouch Go!2 Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard
Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse
The right-handed Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse is offered for $15.00 with this keyboard bundle (regularly $59.00). The popular Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse treats and prevents repetitive stress injuries caused by traditional mice by decreasing hand fatigue and discomfort for users with its unique, contoured shape. The body of the mouse supports a neutral wrist angle of 20° - 30° as shown in the image below. The Goldtouch Mouse design also offers longer buttons with a low click force, allowing users with different sized hands to comfortably use the same mouse while minimizing the pressure needed to click the buttons. You may also choose the left handed version for a discounted price of $39.00.
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First off, I am an avid fan of Goldtouch keyboards. But this wireless one, fails miserably. Like one of the reviewers above I encounter a problem with the wireless connection all the time.. I use the keyboard between two different computers and every time I switch, there are major issues in it getting recognized by the computer. This happens even if you use the same computer but restart the computer (ubuntu 16.04). Also, very often the keyboard just keeps printing the same key just over and over again.. another reviewer said it must be because the up key event gets lost, which makes sense..
I have been contemplating putting this review in for a month, but now, I just cannot take it any more. Its probably too late to return this garbage keyboard, so I'm just going to have to buy a new one..
If its any consolation, the keyboard key quality itself is gorgeous. The keys are in weird places though, where you dont expect them.. for example the home key is on the top left. The escape key is really small, so if you type using utilities like vim you will be hard pressed to get the right ones..
I've had this keyboard for about 3 months now and use it daily on my main computer, my laptop. The flexibility that the locking joint permits is wonderful, and I find typing on it very comfortable. I was worried that like most extra shallow, scissor-switch laptop style keys they would not depress enough or would feel stiff, but the keys are much more pleasant than I imagined from the pictures.
Before this I used a Kinesis Freestyle 2 with the hand rests and angle attachments, and for me personally this keyboard is better. As an Emacs user I hit the Alt key frequently, and the spacebar, while large enough to be used as the spacebar, is also small enough to allow me to stretch my left thumb very easily to the alt key. The Home, Page Up, Page Down, and End keys are unusually placed, but after adjusting to their location it did not seem like much of a problem. I didn't enjoy the separate cluster of the Freestyle 2's keys to the left: when not looking at the keyboard it makes it harder to anchor your left hand in the correct position. I never got used to those but instead infrequently hit those keys on accident.
I'd give the keyboard 5 stars if it was just the keyboard. The bluetooth connectivity, while convenient, disconnects somewhat often. Occasionally there will be a short gap between a Key Down event being sent and a Key Up event after that, so during text editing there will be a pause, and suddenly fifteen "e"s will appear when it was only hit once. It does not appear possible to use the micro-USB port to use this as a wired keyboard, as that only serves to charge the keyboard when plugged in. These sorts of small, bluetooth-related problems happen a couple of times a week, enough for them to be noticeable but not catastrophic. I can still wholly recommend this keyboard to anyone interested in it.
I would love to see this keyboard with the option of having a wired connection so that you could use the wireless only when you needed it.
Customizable in arch/split
Keys feel good compared to most laptop-style keys
Battery lasts a long time and is rechargeable
Bluetooth can be used with phones, tablets, and laptops
Folds to a very compact size for easy transport
Cons: Bluetooth connections are not the most stable
I have been VERY happy with this keyboard. It is comfortable and travels well in my backpack.
My first ergonomic keyboard.
Keys sometimes give out a squeak and the bluetooth disconnects from time to time. Other than that, simply a bliss.
Say good bye to wrist/arm discomfort after a day at the keyboard!
I bought this keyboard because I broke my wrist and was in a long arm cast. This keyboard was perfect for my needs. It has a good feel and just enough adjustability. I have a Kinesis at work and it is too bulky, has odd buttons on the sides that I hit by accident, and it will not stay tilted unless I duct tape it in position -- very clutsy. The Kinesis also does not pack well, being bullky. Goldtouch all the way.
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