Kinesis Freestyle2 Keyboard (9-inch separation)

  • Kinesis Freestyle2 Keyboard (9-inch separation)
 

Kinesis Freestyle2 Keyboard (9-inch separation)

Kinesis Freestyle2 Keyboard (9-inch separation) is rated5.0 out of5 by1.
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$89.99

(was $99.99) save $10.00
Most keyboards, even ergonomic models, have a 10-degree positive slope from front to back. These designs tend to bend your wrists. The Freestyle2 keyboard has a zero-degree slope which minimizes its height, effectively creating negative slope and reducing wrist extension. The slim design provides you a two-in-one office and travel keyboard.

Both modules of the keyboard are connected together by a flexible pivot tether, allowing an infinite range of splay. Or just disconnect the tether altogether and adjust it in the way that's most comfortable for you. It connects to your computer with a standard USB port.

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Most keyboards, even ergonomic models, have a 10-degree positive slope from front to back. These designs tend to bend your wrists. The Freestyle2 keyboard has a zero-degree slope which minimizes its height, effectively creating negative slope and reducing wrist extension. The slim design provides you a two-in-one office and travel keyboard.

Both modules of the keyboard are connected together by a flexible pivot tether, allowing an infinite range of splay. Or just disconnect the tether altogether and adjust it in the way that's most comfortable for you. It connects to your computer with a standard USB port.

 

 

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Rated 5 out of5 by fromGreat layout, great key feelingI use this keyboard at work and home. I'm a software engineer and ergonomics is critical for me. With V3 it fits my hands. But the best thing about the keyboard is its layout. Every key is right on it's place and right size. I like tab width equal to caps width. I like every modifier like control, alt and shift are big on both sides. I like where arrows are. But I did some remapping. Caps now works as esc. PageUp/Down and Home/End exchanged - I don't know why they are on top on pgup/pgdown. I still use sometimes arrows and home/end to navigate while editing. PgUp/Down aren't that critical - use mouse when surfing web.
Date published: 2015-09-24
  • 2016-05-01T13:45CST
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