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Pro Fit Ergo Wired Keyboard

by Kensington



The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wired Keyboard features a winglike design that orients the alphanumeric keys at approximately 11° with the navigation and keypad keys being at 0°. This sloping of the keys reduces pronation of the hands and forearm ...



The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wired Keyboard features a winglike design that orients the alphanumeric keys at approximately 11° with the navigation and keypad keys being at 0°. This sloping of the keys reduces pronation of the hands and forearm while typing. The left and right key groups are also splayed outwards at 33° to encourage a more neutral alignment and reduce ulnar deviation at the wrists. The integrated palm support on the Pro Fit Wired Keyboard is just over 3" in depth, and offers cushioning for the palms. It is covered in a leatherette material that is easily cleaned.

The angle and height of the Pro Fit Ergo Wired Keyboard is such that the wrists are supported in a fairly neutral alignment when the elbows are about 1" below the desk surface. For those who would rather sit at a more ergonomic height (i.e. elbows at or just above desk height) and benefit from a slight improvement in wrist alignment there are legs built into the underside of the palm support. When deployed these elevate the front to create a nominal 4° negative slope. When the keyboard is flat the highest point on the keys is 1.4" and with the negative elevation legs deployed the highest point is 1.9".

The island-style keys are fairly quiet but it should be noted that they have a moderately high peak operation force of 55 grams, which over time can cause fatigue and strain on the fingers. As well, the inner columns of keys are wider to create a more appealing look but this can lead to inadvertently striking the keys off-centre. When struck to the edge there is a tendency for these keys to partially bind, thus requiring more force to complete the key activation. This could lead to dropped keystrokes and an overcompensation response of exerting a higher degree of force to ensure activation. With a limited travel distance of just 2.5mm this will likely lead to the fingers impacting at the end of each keystroke.



Le Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wired Keyboard est en forme d'aile (winglike design) qui oriente les touches alphanumériques à environ 11°, les touches de navigation et du pavé numérique étant à 0°. Cette inclinaison des touches réduit la pronation des mains et des avant-bras pendant la dactylo. Les groupes de touches gauche et droite sont également ébrasés vers l'extérieur à 33° pour favoriser un alignement plus neutre et réduire la déviation ulnaire au niveau des poignets. Le support de paume intégré sur le Pro Fit Wired Keyboard mesure un peu plus de 3po de profondeur et offre un rembourrage pour les paumes. Il est recouvert d'un matériau en similicuir facile à nettoyer.

L'angle et la hauteur du Pro Fit Wired Keyboard sont tels que les poignets sont soutenus dans un alignement relativement neutre lorsque les coudes se trouvent à environ 1po sous la surface du bureau. Pour ceux qui préfèrent s'asseoir à une hauteur plus ergonomique (c'est-à-dire les coudes à la hauteur du bureau ou juste au-dessus) et bénéficier d'une légère amélioration de l'alignement des poignets, il y a des pieds qui sont intégrés sous le support de paume. Lorsqu'ils sont déployés, ils élèvent l'avant pour créer une pente négative nominale de 4°. Lorsque le clavier est à plat, le point le plus haut des touches est à 1.4po et lorsque les pieds d'élévation négative sont déployés, le point le plus haut est à 1.9po.

Les touches de style "island" sont assez silencieuses, mais il devrait être noter qu'elles ont une force de frappe significativement élevée de 55 grammes, ce qui, après un bout de temps, peut causer de la fatigue et des tensions sur les doigts. Également, les colonnes intérieures des touches sont plus larges pour créer un apparance plus intéressant, mais cela peut causer de frapper les touches sur le côté par accident au lieu du centre des touches. Lorsque les touches sont frappées sur le côté, elles ont tendance à se coller partiellement, ce qui nécessite une plus grande force pour compléter l'activation de la touche. Cela peut causer les caractères d'être perdus et une réponse excessive qui nécessite plus de force pour assurer l'activation de la touche. Avec une distance de déplacement limitée à 2.5mm, les doigts risquent d'avoir la vibration/choc de l'impact à la fin de chaque frappe.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
K75400USPro Fit Ergo Wired Keyboard NO 30 DAY CSG. $65.00Yes





Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard

by Kensington



The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard features a winglike design that orients the alphanumeric keys at approximately 11° with the navigation and keypad keys being at 0°. This sloping of the keys reduces pronation of the hands and fore ...



The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard features a winglike design that orients the alphanumeric keys at approximately 11° with the navigation and keypad keys being at 0°. This sloping of the keys reduces pronation of the hands and forearm while typing. The left and right key groups are also splayed outwards at 33° to encourage a more neutral alignment and reduce ulnar deviation at the wrists. The integrated palm support on the Pro Fit Wireless Keyboard is just over 3" in depth, and offers cushioning for the palms. It is covered in a leatherette material that is easily cleaned.

The angle and height of the Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard is such that the wrists are supported in a fairly neutral alignment when the elbows are about 1" below the desk surface. For those who would rather sit at a more ergonomic height (i.e. elbows at or just above desk height) and benefit from a slight improvement in wrist alignment there are legs built into the underside of the palm support. When deployed these elevate the front to create a nominal 4° negative slope. When the keyboard is flat the highest point on the keys is 1.4" and with the negative elevation legs deployed the highest point is 1.9".

The island-style keys are fairly quiet but it should be noted that they have a moderately high peak operation force of 55 grams, which over time can cause fatigue and strain on the fingers. As well, the inner columns of keys are wider to create a more appealing look but this can lead to inadvertently striking the keys off-centre. When struck to the edge there is a tendency for these keys to partially bind, thus requiring more force to complete the key activation. This could lead to dropped keystrokes and an overcompensation response of exerting a higher degree of force to ensure activation. With a limited travel distance of just 2.5mm this will likely lead to the fingers impacting at the end of each keystroke.

The Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard is able to connect either via Bluetooth 4.0LE or the included 2.4GHz wireless receiver (replaceable if lost) which employs 128-bit AES government-grade encryption for security. The connection is switchable via a switch on the underside that also serves as a power switch.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
K75401USKensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard NO 30 DAY CSG. $75.00Yes





Ergo K860 Keyboard

by Logitech



The Ergo K860 Keyboard from Logitech features a flowing design that orients keys at varying angles across the keyboard. The K860 alpha/numeric keys transition through a concave arc from almost level at the centre to about 5° at the right and left ...



The Ergo K860 Keyboard from Logitech features a flowing design that orients keys at varying angles across the keyboard. The K860 alpha/numeric keys transition through a concave arc from almost level at the centre to about 5° at the right and left edges. The navigation cluster on the right then completes the transition to a fully flat numeric keypad. The left and right key groups are also angled or "splayed" outward to encourage adoption of a more neutral alignment of the wrists. The Ergo K860 also has an attached 3.5" deep cushioned palm support which rises up to match the keyboard elevation. This needs to be taken into consideration when deploying the K860 into a workstation.

While the K860 has a slender low profile the angled design results in the middle keys being elevated to 1.5". This elevation may require individuals to either raise their seats to accommodate the height of the keyboard or to use a keyboard tray to lower the keyboard into their lap. The keyboard is also equipped with front legs that can be used to raise the front to create either 4° or 7° negative slope intended to encourage better wrist alignment. Use of these legs may require further adjustments of seat or keyboard tray height because it adds another inch of elevation to the middle of the palm support and increases the risk of pressure points being created on the underside of the wrists.

The K860 features low-travel scissor switches with chiclet-style keycaps. Key activation is crisp and comparatively high force compared to other scissor switch devices and does require a significant degree of activation force. The low profile keycaps have a satin texture with a slight concave surface to aid in finger positioning.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
920-009166Logitech Ergo K860 Keyboard NO 30 DAY CSG. $220.00Yes





Wired Aluminum Keyboard

by Matias



Inspired by the Apple design philosophy, the Matias Wired Aluminum Keyboard is for individuals who miss the Apple Wired Keyboard with Numeric Keypad. It incorporates all of the key design elements Mac owners are familiar with; a silver aluminum case ...



Inspired by the Apple design philosophy, the Matias Wired Aluminum Keyboard is for individuals who miss the Apple Wired Keyboard with Numeric Keypad. It incorporates all of the key design elements Mac owners are familiar with; a silver aluminum case with white keycaps, a 2 port USB 2.0 hub, all the special Mac functions that were on the (now discontinued) Apple Wired Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, and a hard wired connection via a USB cable (included USB-A to USB-C adapter provides multi-generational compatibility). It is also available with a Space Grey housing and Black keycaps. Both colour combinations are also available with French Canadian legends.

This Matias product also includes some notable improvements, such as high quality Matias scissor switches to provide a satisfying typing experience despite the slim design. It also adds a high precision volume control dial with 64 levels on the top edge of the keyboard offering advanced control for those who desire more accurate volume control than the 16 settings provided through the traditional volume up and down keys. When intense numeric data entry is required, the dedicated numeric keypad provides full functionality. And with a nominal weight of just 1.2 lbs and a one meter (3.25 foot) USB cable, the Wired Aluminum Keyboard is also highly portable.

The Matias Wired Aluminum Keyboard is compatible with Mac OS X all the way back to Version 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard).

If function is important but cost is a factor the Wired Keyboard for Mac offers the same features and functionality but in a more economical plastic housing.



Inspiré par la philosophie de conception de Apple, le clavier Matias Wired Aluminum Keyboard est pour les individus qui manquent le clavier Apple Wired Keyboard with Numeric Keypad. Il a tous les éléments de conception importants et familiers; un boîtier en aluminium argenté avec des touches blanches, un concentrateur USB 2.0 à 2 ports, toutes les fonctions spéciales de Mac qui étaient sur le clavier Apple Wired Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (qui est maintenant discontinuer), et une connection hard wired avec câble USB. Il est également disponible avec un boîtier gris spatial et des touches noires. Les deux combinaisons de couleurs sont également disponibles avec des légendes canadiennes françaises.

Parmi les améliorations apportées à ce produit Matias, sont les interrupteurs à ciseaux Matias offrant une expérience satisfaisante pour la dactylo avec un clavier mince. Matias a également ajouté un cadran (dial) pour le contrôle de volume qui est de haute précision avec 64 niveaux sur le bord supérieur du clavier pour ceux qui souhaitent un contrôle du volume plus précis que les 16 paramètres fournis par les clés traditionnelles de volume haut et bas. Pour les dévoreurs de chiffres, un pavé numérique offre la fonctionnalité complète. Et avec un poids de seulement 1.2 livres et un câble USB d'une metre (3.25`), le Wired Aluminum Keyboard est aussi extêmement portable/mobile.

Le Matias Wired Aluminum Keyboard est compatible avec Mac OS X jusqu'au Version 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard).

Si la fonction est importante mais que le coût est un facteur, le Wired Keyboard for Mac offre les mêmes fonctions mais dans un boîtier général en plastique plus économique.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
FK318SSilver Housing with White Keys$89.00Yes
FK318BSpace Grey Housing with Black Keycaps$89.00Yes
FK318B-FCSpace Grey Housing with Black Keycaps with French Canadian Legends$89.00No
FK318S-FCSilver Housing with White Keycaps with French Canadian Legends$89.00No





Full Size Keyboard with Built-in Touchpad

by SolidTek



The Full Size Keyboard with Built-in Touchpad from SolidTek is an all-in-one keyboard with all full-size keys and a built-in mini-size touchpad in a minimalist housing. This combo/all-in-one keyboard places the touchpad, including left and right butt ...



The Full Size Keyboard with Built-in Touchpad from SolidTek is an all-in-one keyboard with all full-size keys and a built-in mini-size touchpad in a minimalist housing. This combo/all-in-one keyboard places the touchpad, including left and right buttons, in the location of the traditional cursor keys (up, down, left, right). This means that the only way to access cursor keys is through the embedded navigation layer on the numeric keypad, accessed through NumLock. Because the touchpad is placed closer to the midline, there is no overreaching for the mouse.

NOTE: The touchpad in this keyboard is not a Cirque touchpad.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
ASK-7092UFull Size Keyboard with Built-in Touchpad$95.00Yes





Truform PRO Keyboard with Touchpad

by Adesso



The Truform PRO Keyboard with Touchpad from Adesso features a fixed split design and a built in touchpad. This keyboard features ultra high resistance tactile membrane keyswitches which provide strong feedback while typing. The Adesso Tru-Form Pro al ...



The Truform PRO Keyboard with Touchpad from Adesso features a fixed split design and a built in touchpad. This keyboard features ultra high resistance tactile membrane keyswitches which provide strong feedback while typing. The Adesso Tru-Form Pro also offers multimedia keys that make this keyboard a multi-featured keyboard that combines a host of Windows and multimedia shortcuts and controls in one design.

Note: There is no Canadian warranty on this product. In addition, due to the high rate of returns under our 30 day customer satisfaction guarantee on this product, we do not offer our 30 day customer satisfaction guarantee on this product.

As an ergonomically superior alternative we recommend the purchase of the Kinesis Freestyle2 Convertible Keyboard with VIP3 Accessory and the Cirque Smart Cat PRO touchpad, which gives you greater flexibility to create an ergonomic workspace.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
PCK-308UBTruform PRO Keyboard with Touchpad, Black No Warranty or 30 day Return Period NO 30 DAY CSG. SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. CALL. $135.00No





Long Range Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo

by IOGear



Enjoy the freedom of 2.4GHz wireless connectivity with IOGEAR's Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo. The keyboard and mouse allow you to work up to 33 feet away from the USB receiver connected to your computer. In addition, the laser mouse provides gre ...



Enjoy the freedom of 2.4GHz wireless connectivity with IOGEAR's Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo. The keyboard and mouse allow you to work up to 33 feet away from the USB receiver connected to your computer. In addition, the laser mouse provides great accuracy over most surfaces requiring minimal hand movement due to its 1000 to 2000 DPI resolution. The ultra thin, lightweight, and stylish keyboard offers comfort wherever you type. The Combo's hotkeys let's you scroll web pages, click forward or backward online, control media Volume and Pause, etc.

Limited 3 year warranty.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
GKM552RLong Range Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo NO 30 DAY CSG. SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. $75.00No





Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard

by Microsoft



Available in both English and French Canadian layouts, the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard bears design similarities to the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, retaining the gull-wing design that orients keys at varying angles, from a maximum 14& ...



Available in both English and French Canadian layouts, the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard bears design similarities to the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, retaining the gull-wing design that orients keys at varying angles, from a maximum 14° tent in the middle to a traditional "flat" or 0° by the time the outer alpha keys are reached. The left and right key groups are also splayed slightly outward to encourage a nominally more neutral alignment of the wrists. An unusually deep 4" palm rest is permanently affixed to the keyboard. This palm rest offers improved cushioning and presents a deeper and flatter profile than that on the Natural 4000, helping to reduce wrist extension. However, unlike the pad on the Natural 4000, the surface of the palm pad on the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is permeable. As a result it cannot be cleaned in the same manner as the leather-like pads on the Natural 4000.'

The minimum key height on this keyboard is 0.75" off the surface on which the keyboard is placed (1.75" on the keys in the middle of the keyboard). This elevation may require individuals to either raise their seats to accommodate the height of the keyboard or to use a keyboard tray to lower the keyboard into their lap. The keyboard also includes a detachable palm lift that can be used to raise the front to create negative slope intended to encourage better wrist alignment. Use of this lifter may require further adjustments of seat or keyboard tray height because it adds almost a full inch of elevation to the middle of the keyboard and increases the risk of a "pinch point" being created on the underside of the wrists.

Please Note: Those familiar with the earlier Microsoft Natural 4000 Ergonomic Keyboard may find that the key action on the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is significantly different that what they have experienced in the past. While the Natural 4000 developed a reputation for its crisp and consistent key response, this successor fails in that regard. Key response is less distinct, requiring more sustained force, and varies at random across the keyboard, with even directly adjacent keys having noticeably different "feel". The bottom row of keys (CTRL-ALT-EMOJI KEY etc.) is approximately 300% higher force than the letter keys just above this row. Due to this variance across the keys serious touch typists may find themselves with dropped keystrokes or that they are required to exert greater levels of force in order to ensure consistent typing, potentially resulting in tissue fatigue and damage to the fingers and hands.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
LXN-00001Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard, US English layout, Non-retail "brown box" packaging DISCONTINUED. CALL. $n/aNo
LXM-00001Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard, US English layout, Retail "white box" packaging with Printed Sleeve DISCONTINUED. CALL. $n/aNo
LXN-00002Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard, French Canadian legends, Non-retail "brown box" packaging DISCONTINUED. CALL. $n/aNo





Truform Media Keyboard

by Adesso



The Adesso Tru-Form Media Fixed Split Keyboard has multimedia keys that make this keyboard a multi-featured keyboard that combines a host of Windows and Multimedia keys in a fixed split layout, making it reminiscent of the discontinued Microsoft Natu ...



The Adesso Tru-Form Media Fixed Split Keyboard has multimedia keys that make this keyboard a multi-featured keyboard that combines a host of Windows and Multimedia keys in a fixed split layout, making it reminiscent of the discontinued Microsoft Natural Multimedia Keyboard. This is identical to the TruForm PRO with the removal of the touchpad.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
PCK208WTruform Media Keyboard, white NO 30 DAY CSG. DISCONTINUED. CLEARANCE. $37.50Yes
PCK208BTruform Media Keyboard, black NO 30 DAY CSG. SPECIAL ORDER ONLY. $75.00No





Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard

by Microsoft



The Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard from Microsoft is a simple yet elegant curved keyboard which helps keep your wrist in a more natural posture. All keys are the same size, and includes easy-to-access media keys for music and videos. A discrete numeric ...



The Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard from Microsoft is a simple yet elegant curved keyboard which helps keep your wrist in a more natural posture. All keys are the same size, and includes easy-to-access media keys for music and videos. A discrete numeric keypad is positioned on the right side for those who enter numbers often.






Models
Model #DescriptionPriceIn Stock?Buy Now
3XJ-00019Microsoft Comfort Curve 3000 Keyboard, US English layout, black, USB DISCONTINUED. CALL. $n/aNo





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