Safetype – Ergonomic Keyboard

If you can touch type then the safetype keyboard could be for you. Rather then using a standard flat keyboard layout the safetype splits the keyboard in half and puts the keys vertical which supposedly is a more natural way your hands function. It is built to reduce RSI (repetitive stress injuries) making a more comfortable typing experience. Costing $295 it is priced on the highend, but if you suffer with pains while typing and after then this keyboard might sort you out.

Via: GearDiary


  1. peceBugHGug says


    I’m a noob here. And it seems like a great place.

    I just wanted to give a nice “how’s it going” to all of you here.



  2. Safe Computing Tips says

    Every computer comes with a keyboard. There is no need to think about keyboards. But there are many complaints about the keyboards which do not focus on ergonomics.

    Many of them avoid using standard keyboard because of design and integrated functions present in fancy keyboards.

    If one spends a lot of time in front of the computer, he/she is advised to buy an ergonomic keyboard. Ergonomic keyboards reduce strain on the wrists. These keyboards are split into two segments.

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