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Transform the way you work with an Ergonomic Keyboard

Make typing discomfort, finger stretching and straining a thing of the past by swapping your old standard keyboard to an ergonomic keyboard. A good ergonomic keyboard can increase your efficiency at work, keep your hands and wrists comfortable for long periods of use, and prevent long term injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. We have many different styles to choose from including compact keyboards and even antimicrobial for medical environments.

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Why an ergonomic keyboard?

Almost all of us use a keyboard at work every day. Ergonomic keyboards come in a variety of types, such as split keyboards, which force the wrists into a more natural position when typing, and arch keyboards that bring keys closer to your fingers. The overall aim is to maintain a more natural typing position.

A good ergonomic keyboard can increase your efficiency at work, keep your hands and wrists comfortable for long periods of use, and prevent long term injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

All our ergonomic keyboards are Windows compatible. Please see individual products for Mac compatibility, as well as wireless and wired keyboard models

Order from our range of ergonomic keyboard solutions.

Tips for ergonomic keyboarding:

  • Keep your wrists parallel to the desk where possible, with middle finger in line with wrist and forearm.
  • Rest your wrists regularly by having a break from typing on your keyboard. Try some wrist stretch exercises.
  • Use light touches on the key pad to avoid excessive finger movements.
  • Move your arms to reach for keys at far ends of the keyboard. Avoid stretching your fingers and wrists.
  • Try to not use two fingers of one hand for two-key combinations.

Alternative keyboard solutions

If you have tried a split keyboard and it has not worked for you, a mini keyboard may be a good solution.

Our compact mini keyboards have their own ergonomic benefits by eliminating stretching and allowing the mouse arm to be closer to the user.