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Anyone use the "Truly Ergonomic" Keyboard?

TheZorch

I'm on a mission to find an ergonomic keyboard with Cherry MX switches. After pulling out my hair in frustration at not finding what I'm looking for I finally found this...

 

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I don't need a numpad. This is small, right now I'm using a humongous MS Natural Keyboard. The smaller footprint of the Truly Ergonomic keyboard would allow me to have my Logitech G13 gaming keypad and Logitech G600 MMO mouse closer together. This would put far less strain on my arms and wrists. However, it's pricy at $199+. There's a soft and hard tactile version also.

 

I'm wondering, does anyone here use this keyboard? Can you tell me your impressions? Youtube reviews I've seen are promising but I'd like to know what you all think. I like the layout, I'm a freelance writer as well as a PC technician, so this would help me out a lot because I get arm and wrist strain.

 

If anyone here uses this model keyboard please let me know what you think about it.

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It looks comfy. But I doubt I'd ever be able to get used to the layout, my hands are too used to a regular QWERTY keyboard. :P

However, if it is looking good to you from other's reviews, then get it. You won't know if it's good or not til you buy it, will you? :)

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I'm on a mission to find an ergonomic keyboard with Cherry MX switches. After pulling out my hair in frustration at not finding what I'm looking for I finally found this...

 

 

I don't need a numpad. This is small, right now I'm using a humongous MS Natural Keyboard. The smaller footprint of the Truly Ergonomic keyboard would allow me to have my Logitech G13 gaming keypad and Logitech G600 MMO mouse closer together. This would put far less strain on my arms and wrists. However, it's pricy at $199+. There's a soft and hard tactile version also.

 

I'm wondering, does anyone here use this keyboard? Can you tell me your impressions? Youtube reviews I've seen are promising but I'd like to know what you all think. I like the layout, I'm a freelance writer as well as a PC technician, so this would help me out a lot because I get arm and wrist strain.

 

If anyone here uses this model keyboard please let me know what you think about it.

Have you considered ErgoDox? (http://deskthority.net/wiki/ErgoDox). It's a diy kit though, and you have to source some of the parts yourself. It also isn't any cheaper than the truly but it is more ergonomical, as it allows for more space between your arms

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