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Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard GTP-0044

The Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard folds in half for easy and quick storage

As research into ergonomics grows, a new age of typing emerges. The Go!2 Mobile Keyboard by Goldtouch is the indispensable splitting and tenting keyboard of dreams.

It's also slim, lightweight, and portable, so you can grab it and go, bringing your work with you. You can finally enjoy freedom at your fingertips with the help of the Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard model GTP-0044.

Features

  • Folds in half for easy and quick storage
  • Thin and lightweight, weighing less than 1 lb
  • The two halves separate up to 3 1/2", and the center of the keyboard raises up to 3 1/2"
  • Extra soft key touch - low activation force and a full key travel distance makes for comfortable keying
  • Function keys are marked for both PC and Mac
  • Attractive low profile design in a striking black color
  • Wired USB

Specifications

Activation key force 39g - 42g average
Travel distance 3.2mm, +/- .5mm
Weight 1 lb, 1 oz
Dimensions 13.5" W x 5.9" D x 0.9" H (at highest point)
Connectivity USB Wired
Compatibility Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
Mac OS X, 10.4 and above
Warranty 1 year

 

 

Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard

Goldtouch Go! 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 Mobile Keyboard

Goldtouch 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.

 

Jar Opener

Don't let a jar of pickles, olives, or your grandmother's jam cause pain or injury. Trying to open a stubborn jar requires high hand forces which lead to unnecessary strain. A jar opener decreases the grip strength necessary to open the often-stuck jar. Keep your hands safe with an UPLIFT jar opener, free with your purchase.

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  • 5
    Compact - takes getting used to

    Posted by Michael W Murphy on Jan 11th 2011

    I got this to replace my adesso ergonomic key board. I wanted to free up some space on my desk and this accomplishes that. The Adesso was the size of a football field. The touch is much lighter and the key stroke much shorter. At first I was getting a lot of accidental entries. As I get used to it I think I am going to like it. Very easy on the hands with the tilt as well as splay adjustment. Quality seems good. The covers make it transportable without damage. Works well with my new Mac. The layout takes some getting used too but is probably necessary to save space. I have space to work on my desk for the first time in many years. I tried my old adesso recently and it seemed like a manual typewriter.

  • 5
    Great keyboard

    Posted by CJ on Oct 29th 2010

    I like the key touch and the weight is low enough to take with me when I travel. I also use as my everyday keyboard. Good quality.

  • 5
    Goldtouch Go! Travel Keyboard

    Posted by Hal Levine on Aug 4th 2010

    It's a wonderful keyboard and so glad I purchased it. It does take some getting use to, as it's a different feel from a traditional keyboard, and it's easy to misspell letters at the beginning. However, over time, it works well when you adapt.

  • 4
    Deece

    Posted by Dice on Feb 22nd 2010

    a great product for my needs though the reviews I read about it were true - I'm getting a bunc of typos bc of the letter placement but I think I can work on that.

  • 5
    Finally

    Posted by K Ackaret on Feb 19th 2010

    Finally, an ergonomic keyboard meant for travel! It makes a huge difference to how long I can work on a laptop without wrist strain. I wish it would fold in half, though, so I could fit it into a mini laptop case. Wireless would be good, too. Other than that, it's fantastic.

  • 4
    Great Keyboard, a little quirky

    Posted by Morgan on Dec 11th 2009

    I type all day for a living and have for years.. I nearly had to change careers until I changed ergonomics including exclusively using split keyboards.

    I use this keyboard almost every day along with a Kinesis Freestyle.

    The Goldtouch Go! would be perfect if it were just a little less quirky: in 6 months I've exchanged two for defects: the first one the 'g' key stopped working, the second started typing stray letters with single key presses.. I find it periodically stops working: unplugging and reconnecting it corrects it.

    I use it on a MacBook Pro. It works very well on top of laptop when I'm in tight quarters.

  • 5
    Great Idea

    Posted by Denise on Sep 18th 2009

    This item does exactly what it says, it sits on the keyboard of the laptop and allows me to type without pain. I recently had carpal tunnel release surgery and the lap top key pad is not comfortable to use. It is lightweight and very easy to travel with. A was a great investment.

  • 5
    I like it

    Posted by Joe G on Aug 19th 2009

    I actually love this keyboard. It has the best of all worlds. I use it at home with my laptop, I travel with it, and I take it into the office. The weight is low enough that it doesn't weigh down my laptop bag. I use it with an external mouse (kensington blade) and it has reduced the pain and strain in my wrists and hands. The key force was not an issue for me but I did see the other review questioned it. It's a low, comfortable key force for me. I almost cripled myself after years of using my laptop keyboard and mousepad. My pain is going away now that I use an external keyboard and mouse frequently and this is the best external keyboard I've tried so far.

  • 5
    So So

    Posted by yoonstation on Jul 31st 2009

    Not bad. But key click feels somewhat strange.

This product comes standard with a 1-year warranty.

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