When keying in comfort is the goal, you have keyboard options. Splitting, tenting, and adjusting makes work so much more efficient with the help of the V2 Adjustable Keyboard for PC and Mac by Goldtouch.
Soft touch keys and intuitive design round out the features of this ergonomic desk accessory, making the art of typing so much more enjoyable.
- Plug and Play for both PC and Mac
- Adjustable horizontal "split" and vertical tenting reduces strain on hands, wrists, shoulders, and back
- Soft, low-force key touch and key travel distance reduce risk of "bottoming out"
- Patented lever locking system allows keyboard to adjust to fit a range of body types
- Compact size brings mouse and other peripherals closer, reducing reach and shoulder abduction
- Keys feature both Windows and Mac hotkey shortcuts
- Compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10, as well as Mac OS 10.4 and newer
- Wired USB
|Dimensions (closed)||16.25" W x 6.75" D x 1.8" H|
|Key travel distance||4 mm, +/- 0.5mm|
|Average activation key force||40g - 45g|
|Horizontal plane adjustment range||0° - 30°|
|Vertical tenting adjustment range||0° - 30°|
Goldtouch V2 Adjustable Keyboard
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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I was looking at this for my mac. Macs keyboard being completely flat and fully rectangular is a freaking torture device. It may fit some fancy pants designers notion of "stylish" but it literally sucks to work on all day. I do however love the very flat keys that are a soft touch and minimal travel as well as not clackity clacking through my typing. The keys on this are designed by an era gone by geek that just can't let go of DOS. Giant valley's between them, long, long travel and noisy. The fact that it doesn't separate into separate halves, independent of each other is another serious limitation.
I am a grad student with bad repetitive stress pain in forearms and fingers, and bought this keyboard to bring with me when I work in the archive. Portability is great, fits in a mid-sized messenger bag along with a tablet. It works well with both an Ipad or a MacBook Pro, although the connection drops occasionally. For my needs, the keyboard does not tent to a sharp enough angle. I work with the keyboard in my lap, but it would be much better with a wider range of vertical motion. Key height is also too shallow for me. My home split keyboard feels like a soft pillow in comparison. However, it seems like the best product on the market and definitely made my research possible this year.
It is a great keyboard,
However holding your fists up for a long time makes it tedious for the shoulders.
tall gel wrist pads help compensating this flaw.
The adjusrment is allright, good & perfect.
The keyboard is compatible with Mac OS X, also with the new upgrade Mac OS X Mavericks, but not every keys function are suported and have to do a study about which key and where.
But I am satisfied with this keyboard.
As far as I know this is the only ergonomic keyboard compatible with a Mac computer.
It is adjustable so I can get it the way it feels best to me. The small keys are easy and smooth.
But the wider keys like shift, ctrl, enter, etc are somewhat sticky if you press them off center. They feel like they slip-grab-slip-grab as you depress if you are off center. I am working at learning to hit the center.
In spite of this criticism, it is still better than most keyboards that I have used.
I've had the chance to try out many adjustable and split keyboards at my workplace, but this is the one I like the best. I use it at work (PC) and home (MAC).
It requires only a very light touch, low force, but is not over-responsive. It has a crisp feel and is compact and solid. It adjusts easily.
The only drawback is that if you use a 10-key frequently, you need a separate keypad. But that's true with most split keyboards.
I have used many different split keyboards and this is one of the better ones in terms of ergonomic design. It offers many adjustments and the keys are very comfortable to type on.
However, after a couple of months of using this keyboard I still struggle with some of the peripheral keys which are incredibly small.
The keyboard works under OS X but it is disappointing that only a few of the function keys are supported and they are not on the standard locations.
This product comes standard with a 1-year warranty.
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