A Keyboard Made for Right or Left Handed Users
What is a left Handed Keyboard? What is the real benefit of using it? With
the numeric pad and the directional arrow keys on the left side of the
keyboard, the location or the mouse is moved more to the center of the
workstation. This reduces the necessary reach that creates pain and
discomfort in the neck and shoulders. Additional the keyboard workload
is now spread more evenly between both hands. The great thing about
Left-Handed Keyboards is that they can be used for both left or right
handed users. Great for right handed users that have keyboard trays
with limited desk space and need to bring their mouse on the same
surface but can't loose their 10 key. By moving the 10 key to the other
side you now have the extra room for your mouse.
This Keyboard Was Designed With The Left-Handed Users In Mind.
The Left-Handed Keyboard has orientation of both the directional arrow keys and the numeric keypad means left-handed users
can now follow their natural strengths, rather than conforming to
designs for right-handed users. The Left-Handed Keyboard also helps cut
back RSI and Carpal Tunnel in left-handed users.All you lefties can
stop struggling on a right handed keyboard and start trying pain free
and with confidence.
- Numeric and arrow pads are positioned on the left, with the alpha pad located on the right.
- 12 function keys across the top.
- Reduced Strain with Tactile Key Switches.
- Dimensions: 18.06" x 6.43" x 1.43".
- IBM (PC) compatible. Just plug-n-play.
Fully compatible with Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, & Windows 7
||USB with PS/2 Adapter|
||3.5 + / - 0.3 mm|
||20 Million Life Cycles|
||0∞ - 50∞C
||18.06" x 6.43" x 1.43"|
||-20∞ - 60∞C
||10% - 95% RH|
||DOS, Win 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista
||Parts & Labor|
||5VDC @ 250 mA|