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Goldtouch GTN-0099 V2 USB Comfort Keyboard and PST Connector, Black

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  • Input Device Type: Keyboard| Connectivity Technology: Wired| Interface Type: USB| Color: Black
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Product Description

NEW V2 STANDARD ADJUSTABLE BLACK KEYBOARD

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  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 8 x 2 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005OCQBKM
  • Item model number: GTN-0099
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Dean on November 1, 2013
I just ordered this product ... will update review when I've used it awhile.
Did a lot of research ... this is obviously the best and most versatile and longest history, for the price (maybe a better one if you want to spend 4x-7x more money heh heh)
EXTRA INFO to correct prior reviews:
1. you CAN call Goldtouch for help ... very friendly ... "contact us" on their website: [...] ... phone is 512 . 259 . 5688
2. the problem that older reviews mention re the quirky tilt mechanism has been FIXED - current tilt in both directions is "infinitely" adjustable (0-30deg), not "latched" at preset angles
3. THE DIFFERENCE IN MODELS is not clear via amazon ... the most recent models end with "099" and "088" ... the 99 model is DEDICATED to PC's while the 88 model works with either PC or Mac ... don't buy an earlier one ... both these models have tilt problem fixed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 1, 2013
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For many years I used MicroSoft's big, single-piece, ergonomic keyboards (X06-19331 -- which includes a keyboard that is "V" shaped, and includes a numeric keyboard to the right of the regular QWERTY keyboard). I acquired that 4 or 5 years ago when I was using a standard, straight-line, single-piece keyboard . . .and began noticing pain in my wrists. The combination of that MS V-shaped keyboard, plus a gel-pad in conjunction with my mouse, immediately eliminated that wrist pain.

So, when I ordered a new, desk-top PC computer a few weeks ago (April, 2013), I expected I'd probably order another MS ergo-keyboard. However, while searching the web I happened upon photos and reviews of the Goldtouch V2 Adjustable Keyboard (PC only). I was immediately attracted to the fact that it does NOT include the separate numeric keyboard to the right of the QWERTY keys. Real-estate is limited on my small desk, and I'm an "old-school" typist, having learned touch typing years ago -- back when using numbers while typing meant reaching up to the line of keys ABOVE the "QWERTY" keys. If my needs were different, and my typing involved frequent use of numbers, I'm pretty sure I'd WANT a separate, numeric keyboard...but I don't.

The appealing aspect about the G-V2 is that you can choose how much "V" to have between the 2 pieces of the keyboard. The 2 pieces of the keyboard are attached at their upper inner corners by a "universal joint" that includes a locking lever. So, you release the lever, separate the 2 pieces of the keyboard (in effect, increasing or diminishing the amount of "V" the 2 pieces describe), then swing shut the little lever, thus locking that universal ball joint in that precise position.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. E. Peterson on August 31, 2013
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Figuring out whether this keyboard will suit you involves three issues: the product itself (quality and versatility), the ergonomic gain compared to other keyboards, and the learning curve required to become proficient with this keyboard. I’ll report my experience, and the rest is up to your imagination and willingness to experiment! For comparison purposes, understand that I have big hands (broad palm, long fingers, wear an XXL glove), have been touch typing for decades, and do work that involves fairly intermittent typing (right hand back and forth to the mouse every sentence or two).

The product itself seems quite well made and is easy to adjust and re-adjust just the way I want (in sharp contrast to the deceptive video posted by a competitor on YouTube). To adjust the keyboard, I drape the left half off the edge of my desk and let it fall to the angle I want, then clamp the ball joint -- trivially easy. The key touch is much lighter than my previous (conventional) keyboard. It’s so light that I sometimes hit keys that I don’t intend to press. I definitely wouldn’t want more sensitive keys, even for my weaker left hand (which tends to cramp when overworked on a conventional keyboard).

The ergonomic gain from using this keyboard is significant, to judge strictly from my subjective sense of comfort over several weeks of use. Once I figured out that a substantial degree of “tenting” worked better for me, I’ve been quite happy with the feel of this keyboard. The moment I tented the keyboard so that its middle is about an inch and a half higher than the sides, it just simply felt good. Whether this translates into fewer muscle stress problems is unclear. I can say that I haven’t noticed cramping problems in my left hand lately.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By c0wg0esm00 on February 4, 2012
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I am a keyboard enthusiast. I own a few dozen. The key switches on this model of keyboard are just horrible. If you want a split keyboard, I would recommend the Kinesis Frestyle.

But if you are not as picky about the key switches, then this keyboard may do for you. It adjusts easily and locks firmly into place.

Note that there are no wrist rests for this keyboard (unlike the Kinesis, where the wrist rests are option). Goldtouch recommends you hold your arms up and rest them, when not typing, on a separate wrist rest that sits directly on the desk.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sorin Jianu on May 18, 2012
The v2 version of the Goldtouch is not a gold touch anymore. The feel and touch of the keys is different, and the manufacturing seems worse, compared with the v1. I am not satisfied at all with this product.
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