Belkin Ergoboard Split Key Ergonomic Keyboard
The Belkin Ergoboard Split Key Ergonomic Keyboard is, first and foremost, very odd in design. It looks rather blocky, and quite unlike other keyboards, with a split space bar and a long, oddly shaped palm rest. Like the Adesso model, it only works with a PS2 plug, which is a major con for computers who do not have or are already using a PS2 plug.
It is designed with the standard 104 key layout, and is exactly the same as a normal keyboard, except the main type pad is tilted to fit the natural positioning of a typist's arms. Boasting a 15 million keystroke lifespan, this keyboard is more than durable enough for either home or business use.
Lastly, the Belkin Ergoboard Split Key Ergonomic Keyboard is built with QuietType Membrane, which is designed to make each keystroke easier and typing in general more comfortable and efficient. This keyboard is still available, though not sold directly from Belkin's website. It sells for roughly $35.95 USD, making it moderately expensive for a wired keyboard, but it is still a solid option for a split-key ergonomic keyboard.
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