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An ergonomic split keyboard that will help aleviate undesirable awkward postures while typing.
A proven design and years of longevity make the standard Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard a leading recommendation among Risk Managers, Certified Professional Ergonomists, Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists.
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Availability date: 01/03/2013
Prices quoted are ex VAT
Because a Goldtouch keyboard is designed to fit a wide range of body types, not just the average.
The Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard is the only keyboard designed to properly straighten the wrists and arms while aligning with the shoulders to achieve a neutral typing posture. No other keyboard allows for the range of adjustability as a Goldtouch Adjustable keyboard.
• Adjustability: 0°-30° adjustment for ulnar deviation (wrist splay) in the horizontal plan, combined with 0°-30° adjustment for wrist pronation (vertical tenting)
• Soft key touch, low activation force and full key travel distance provides keying comfort and reduces risk from “bottoming out” when keying.
• Compact size allows for use in limited space environments, and reduces shoulder abduction when reaching for mice and other peripherals.
• Ease of use and intuitive design allow new users to adjust the keyboard to a comfortable typing position without additional accessories or attachments.
• Compatible with Windows 2000, XP and Vista.
• USB with PS2 adapter
Width: 15 1/4 inches
Depth: 7 inches
Height at home row: 30 mm or 11/6 inches
Weight: 3.3 lb.
Flat and fully splayed:
Width: 18 inches
Max height: 41/2 inches
Activation Key Force: 40g-45g average
Travel Distance: 4mm, +/- .5mm
|Key Placement is Not Ideal|
|Anne M. on 28/07/2017||I don't like the placement of the CTRL keys, it makes it difficult to transition from regular keyboards to this one.|
|Nice keyboard overall. No negative tilt.|
|Caroline W. on 06/05/2017||I've only been using it for a few hours, so I may come back to edit my review after further use. The main issue I want to point out is that there is NO NEGATIVE TILT with this keyboard. Another reviewer spoke about the negative tilt, but they were incorrect. Negative tilt means tilting down from front to back, so that your wrists aren't bent back. I'll be looking for a keyboard tray that can accomplish this. The other negative is the inability to use a wrist rest, which may be helped once I get it properly tilted. I do love the feel of the keys, and they have a lighter touch than my previous keyboard. The smaller footprint is nice as well, so the reach for the mouse is easier. I'll need to get used to putting my hand back on the keyboard from the mouse, but that will just take time.|
|Great ergonomic keyboard|
|PASCHAL K. on 17/02/2017||Great ergonomic keyboard, very flexible. Only annoyance is when the computer reboots the keyboard automatically defaults to number lock. There are numbers at the top of the keyboard as typical boards do but the letters on this keyboard also have digits so the number lock doesn't lock the top set, it locks the alpha characters with digits. I'm sure it's just a setting that needs to be adjusted but still a bit irritating that it is set up that way.|
|I really liked this keyboard|
|Don H. on 14/06/2017||I really liked this keyboard, after 20 years working in IT I'm having to make changes to make the job as easy at it can be on my neck, wrist, fingers, eyes, etc. It feels much more natural to work with this keyboard compared to the flat ergonomic ones, it was not difficult at all to "find" the keys necessary for 98% of my work. Because of the shape they had to remove the number pad that most standard keyboards have so, if you are working with numbers most of the time you will miss these. I had to return the first unit because the Enter key started sticking within 3 or 4 days from purchase. I will be ordering a new one soon.|
|Better design than the V1|
|Mihai S. on 09/01/2017||Better design than the V1. The connecting joint is better reinforced. I have two of these and the joints have already lasted longer than my V1's.|
|A finger and hand saver|
|Deirdre C. on 05/09/2017||I can only say this: I don't know how anybody can live without a Goldtouch keyboard. I have been using them for over 10 years and they have saved me from the pain, tingling, numbness, and sometimes agony that people who type all day suffer. I was starting to feel various types of discomfort when I accidentally found out about the previous version of this keyboard (white). No splints, no surgery, none of that. Simply this wonderful keyboard.|
|Like the softer touch of this|
|Elizabeth Q. on 01/12/2016||Like the softer touch of this version|
|Milena J. on 09/09/2016||My husband loves it, good for his wrists. Easy to carry it when he travels.|
|Piaras O. on 28/03/2017||Perfect for my twisted hand. Now able to type without pain.|
|Megan N. on 26/11/2016||This is my second one - I wore the first one out. This keyboard is so ergonomically friendly as it can be adjusted to fit any need. I had my first one for 3 years and I only had to purchase a second one as someone dropped their drink on my first one and some of the keys just wouldn't unstick after drying it out. Great product.|
|Joe W. on 18/10/2016||This is the third one of these I've owned. Really like this keyboard. It allows you to keep your hands in a good ergonomic position, especially if you set the keyboard on your lap.|
|Just what the OT ordered|
|Andrew E. on 17/10/2017||This keyboard was recommended to me by the occupational therapist who did an ergonomic assessment for me. I thought I'd miss the number pad but I don't do as many spreadsheets as I used to. If you type a lot, this is the keyboard you need.|
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