The Adesso Tru-Form Media - Contoured Ergonomic Keyboard with Hotkeys, model PCK-208B, is an expanded keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome and other disabilities of the hand or wrist. This ergonomically designed split keyboard features a split-key and sloped 3-D design that conforms to natural arm and hands positions intended to reduce tension in shoulders, arms and wrists. It has built-in wrist supports, 8 multi-media hot keys for one-touch access to multimedia f
With a split key design and wrist rest for added ergonomic comfort, Adesso Tru-Form PCK-308UB Contoured Ergonomic USB Keyboard offers a built-in touchpad that acts as a mouse. The design conforms to a user's natural arm and hand positions, reducing tension in shoulders, arms and wrists.
BAT One-Handed Keyboards are products designed for people with the use of one hand, physical disabilities, or visual impairments, to allow them to type efficiently without the use of the traditional QWERTY keyboard. It functions using all 27 letters of the alphabet using only 7 keys or a combination of those 7 keys. The BAT Keyboard is a typing solution proven to increase productivity when used with graphic or desktop publishing software. It has applicability in any computing environment, especi
The Big Bright Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with with low vision. Designed to help improve readability and reduce eye strain, this keyboard has easy-to-read keys and enlarged, high contrast black-on-green print. It has the standard QWERTY key layout. Other features include flip-up legs for a comfortable typing angle. It connects to a computer via a USB port. COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with IBM PC and Apple Macintosh computers. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 1.15 x 17.7
The Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 is a compact ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or repetetive strain injury. This keyboard is intended to allow the user to work on a computer with the hands in a more natural position. The keyboard's curved layout helps the hands and wrists rest more naturally. The keys are notebook-like with an ultra-thin profile. Internet and multimedia hot keys allow access to the Internet or multimedia at the touch of a button. The
The Comfort Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetetive motion injuries, disabilities of the wrist or hand, or limited range of motion. This keyboard splits a traditional expanded keyboard into three independently movable sections attached to a track. Each section is capable of rotatating 360 degrees and tilting 0 to 90 degrees. The order of the three sections can be arranged according to the user's needs. This programmable ke
The Contoured Essential Keyboard is an expanded ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other disabilities of the hand or wrist or with limited range of motion. This non-programmable keyboard is a one-piece unit with the keys divided into right- and left-handed concave sections or key wells. The key wells are designed to accommodate different finger lengths, shortening the reach to distant keys. Keys frequently accesse
The Datahand Professional II Ergonomic Keyboard and DataHand Personal Edition are modified keyboard systems designed to reduce or eliminate the discomfort associated with repetitive motion conditions such as Carpal tunnel syndrome, and to increase typing productivity. Both models consist of two separate keypads, one for each hand, that plug into most computers. Each hand rests on an ergonomically shaped and padded palm support. Five keys surround each fingertip and the thumbs. The keypads have
The Ergonomic Split-Design Keyboard is a computer keyboard designed for individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or repetitive strain symptoms. It has 117 keys, is curved to meet natural wrist positioning and has antimicrobial protection, meaning protection against common bacteria, fungi, and odor.
The Evoluent Mouse-Friendly Keyboard is a modified ergonomic keyboard that makes it easier to use a keyboard with a mouse. On this keyboard, the numeric keypad is on the left, so the mouse (not included) is closer to the alphabetic keys and, therefore, easier to reach when it is placed to the right of the keyboard. This allows the user's right arm to be in a relaxed neutral position when using the mouse, and reduces the need to remove the right hand from the mouse in order to operate Enter, Del,
The Evolution Keyboard is an expanded ergonomic split keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other disabilities of the hand or wrist or with limited range of motion. This keyboard comes in two sections and comes with a right- or left-mounted touch pad. Models are available for use on a desktop, with a Waterloo Arm for chair or desk mounting, or with a chair mount. When mounted to a chair or desk with the Waterloo Arm, the keybo
The Future Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard desighed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetetive motion injuries, limited range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard is comprised of three physically separate sections. The two keyboard sections form a roughly triangular shape, with each side positioned with a slightly inverted slope and lateral declination to reduce muscle strain and fatigue. The keys are also positioned with a light negative
The Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard and Goldtouch for Mac Adjustable Keyboard are split expanded keyboards designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. Each section can be adjusted from 0 to 30 degrees both vertically and horizontally. The small size
The H-21 EZ See Keyboard is a large print keyboard designed for use by individuals who have low vision or fine motor or cognitive disabilities. Two versions are available. The yellow-keys version is designed for use by people with visually impairments and has yellow keys with large print black labels. The colored-rows version is intended for special needs learners. On the colored-rows version, the 3 rows of letter keys are different colors, and the number, punctuation and function keys are all w
it Types is a compact keyboard and a one-handed keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with the use of only one hand or who have limited reach or muscle control. This device can be operated with one or two hands. It has only 10 keys, and it types letters, numbers and symbols. The it Types also supports the "Control" and "Alt" keys to allow for operation of a computer’s functionality. Each key acts as a "shift" key to create nine other options once one key is pressed and a tenth op
The Keys-U-See large print keyboard has been designed for those with conditions that cause visual impairment or low vision. The large print is also applicable for anyone working in low light conditions or learning to type. Includes one-touch internet and email buttons, one-touch media control buttons, and three power management keys.
Logitech® K350 Wireless Keyboard is designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome and other disabilities of the hand or wrist. Distinctive wave design guides hands in the right position intended to reduce tension in shoulders, arms and wrists. Cushioned palm rest lets user position hands comfortably and properly on the keyboard.
The Maltron Dual Hand 2D Keyboard is a modified ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals at risk for repetitive motion injury of the upper extremity. This plug-and-play keyboard has two key groups for letters with a central number group that suits both left and right handers. The letter keys are angled to match natural finger movements and the keys for the longer fingers are further away to reduce finger motion and provide small therapeutic actions. This keyboard has all the functions
The Maltron Dual Handed 3D Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed to fit the natural shape of hands and allow the wrists to remain straight during typing, relieve postural stress, and reduce the onset of Repetitive Strain Injury. This Plug-n-Play keyboard has a concave shape to provide tactile feedback which improves accuracy and speed. The keyboard has a standard QWERTY letter layout with an optional advanced Maltron letter layout which gives a ten to one reduction in finger movement. The alp
The Maltron One-Handed Keyboard made for right-handed and left-handed persons is designed for people with one hand to allow them to type with one hand. It is a full keyboard complete with all 27 letters of the alphabet, numbers 0-9, and special keys and characters. Its ergonomic design lets users type easier with their hand in a more natural position, contoured to the typist's hand placement. The Maltron One-Handed Keyboards provide high speed access for those who have the use of only one hand.
The Matia 508 Keyboard is a one-hand keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity amputation, stroke, or hand injury. This full-size keyboard allows both one-handed and two-handed typing. The user can touch-type with the left hand, the right hand, or both hands. The keys are built on rubber dome keyswitches that provide a quiet tactile feel, with enough resistance to hold the weight of the user's hands and reduce long-term fatigue. The user places a hand where it would normally
The Matias Tactile Pro Keyboard is a keyboard with tactile keys designed for use by individuals who benefit from tactile feedback, including touch typists who are blind or have low vision. Each key is built on an individual Alps mechanical switch, which provides tactile feedback and audible clicks when the key is pressed. The keyboard also allows faster typing speeds, as anti-ghosting circuitry (also called n-key rollover) allows the user to type faster without missing or added letters. The key
The Maxim Keyboard is a split compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. The sections can be adjusted laterally at 0, 8, or 14 degrees to minimize forearm tension. The keyboard also includes built-in removable palm supports. The c
The Maxim USB 10-Key is an ergonomic keypad designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit has low force, tactile mechanical key switches, and can be positioned to the right or left of the keyboard. The unit connects to an available USB port on the computer and is compatible with virtually any operating system. It comes with a 2-port USB hub that enables the user to connect other input devices such as mice without having to access USB ports on the computer.
The Microsoft Arc Wireless Keyboard for PC and Xbox 360 is a compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. Useful for individuals with limited range of motion, this lightweight, small-sized keyboard has an ergonomic curved design, a stowable Nano Transceiver for wireless connectivity, and four programmable buttons. A storage and carrying case is also included. COMPATIBILITY: For use on persomal computers and X-Box 360 gaming systems. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Mic
Microsoft's Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 was designed for the reduction of carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. When in use, wrists are able to rest against a plush surface at a natural angle. The keyboard’s curved key bed, ergonomic arc, and reversed slope reduce tension buildup. The device also allows for customizable user access with "hot keys". For example, the Zoom Slider, located in the middle of the keyboard, lets a user zoom in and out of the screen with the touch of a finger.
The MoreKeyboard is an ergonomic large print keyboard designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and those with low vision. This 104-key keyboard features dimensions and designs comparable to standard keyboards, including an number pad, function (F) keys, and a cascading layout that resembles traditional keyboards. Other features include front and back adjustable legs that allow for a variety of heights and positioning angles, large print number and letter keys that are th
The Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, model B2M-00012, is an ergonmic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or upper extremity disabilities. The ergonomic design encourages natural wrist and arm alignment so the user can work without discomfort. A plush, integrated palm rest is included. A zoom feature provides close-ups. Commonly used keys such as the equal sign, left and right parentheses, and backspace are located just above the number pad. Customizable hot keys
The Natural Keyboard Elite, model A11-00337, is a modified ergonomic keyboard designed to reduce strain while working on a computer. This keyboard has a split, gently sloped shape that encourages a natural hand, wrist, and forearm position. Special keys allow the user to access common tasks, including product information, registration, and settings for devices such as cell phones, cameras, printers, mice, keyboards, and webcams. The keyboard connects through either PS/2 or USB ports. COMPATIBILI
The New Standard Ergonomic Keyboard, Professional Model, is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with learning or upper extremity disabilities. This alpha-numeric keyboard is a 53-key, USB-interface keyboard alternative to a standard Qwerty keyboard. The keyboard offers all the functions of a full-sized 104-key keyboard and is designed to reduce the learning curve for touch typing as well as make the task comfortable. The logical design of the keyboard reduces the number of keys
The New Standard Ergonomic Keyboard, Rainbow Model is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with learning or upper extremity disabilities. This alpha-numeric keyboard is a 53-key, USB-interface keyboard alternative to a standard Qwerty keyboard. The keyboard offers all the functions of a full-sized 104-key keyboard and is designed to reduce the learning curve for touch typing as well as make the task comfortable. The logical design of the keyboard reduces the number of keys so th
The Nu-Form and Tru-Form Keyboards are expanded ergonomically-designed keyboards designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome and other disabilities of the hand and wrist. These keyboards feature built-in wrist supports, ergonomically-designed numeric keypads, and split keyboard layouts. The personal computer (PC) versions have an expanded 105-key layout with Windows keys; dual alt, shift, and control keys for right- and left-handed users; 12 function keys; and a split spacebar, w
The Orbitouch Keyless Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard and mouse designed for individuals with limited dexterity and limited finger motion, as well as for the visually impaired, to use a computer more comfortably. It helps people with arm or hand prostheses, injuries, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, spinal injury, burns, stroke, cerebral palsy and many other physical conditions, use the computer. By giving its user adequate wrist support and movability it allows the user to manipulate its tw
The Pace Adjustable Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard splits a 101-style keyboard into two separate sections. The two sections can be rotated outward 45 degrees to eliminate the "cocked wrist" position, tilted upward in a tented position up to 30 degrees to eliminate pronation, or rocked away in a negative tilt up to 20 degrees to place the hands an
The Safetype Keyboard is an ergonomic modified keyboard designed to help prevent repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. To use this vertical keyboard, the user places his or her hands in a handshake position with palms facing each other, with the index fingers on the standard home keys. The keyboard has a standard key layout, allowing the user to touch type. For users who do not touch type, adjustable mirrors enable the user to see the keys while typing. The lettering on the
The Yogitype Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for users prone to repetitive stress injuries. The keyboard is a standing design that folds open like a book. It is a hingable and foldable keyboard with touch buttons on the outside, illuminated buttons on the inside. Designed so users hands never obstruct the view of the keys. Active support of users forearm and hand. Has wrist rests which can be set at users desired distance from keyboard.