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Goldtouch Go!2 Mobile Keyboard


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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 14.3 x 1.4 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DT73FVM
  • Item model number: GTP-0044
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

Product Description

GOLDTOUCH GO 2 MOBILE KEYBOARD BLACK VIA ERGOGUYS


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Shift key on the right hand is too small.
Ryan
This keyboard has the shorter key travel action, making it much easier for me to type and helping alleviate my tendonitis symptoms.
Laura S.
CONS **Although the keyboard folds nicely and solidly in half, the USB cord is not detachable.
guywhosewatchingthewatchmen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marcin Zukowski on October 27, 2013
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I had two Goldtouch Gos, one for work and one for home - it was my favorite keyboard, portable or not (previously I used two 'big' Goldtouch keyboards). I recently spilled a drink on one of them, short-circuiting some keys, and making it unusable. So I wanted to quickly order a replacement. Amazon doesn't sell Go1 anymore (neither does anyone else, it seems), so I decided to try Go2.

I immediately felt something was wrong with Go2. Few things:
- when unfolded both horizontally and vertically, it feels significantly less stable than Go1. I actually managed to "fold" it by resting my hands on it - that never happened with Go1.
- the keys layout is somewhat weird. Lack of any separation of extra buttons on the left makes it easy to press wrong things. Go1 had a tiny space, not much, but enough. Plus page up/down made more sense next to the cursor keys.
- it's very personal, but I actually loved only ctrl+alt on left side of the space button. Now we have 3 buttons, and space is much smaller as a result.
- most importantly: the keys. They feel much harder to press than the old ones, and I quickly got tired working on this keyboard

The "fold-in-half" thing is a nice touch, but honestly, I didn't mind flat-but-long Go1. But the keys are a real killer for me.

Found a combo of Go1+stand and ordered it instead.
Will be returning this one :(
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By guywhosewatchingthewatchmen on October 9, 2013
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Keep in mind that I have only used this product for three days and will update periodically.

PROS

**Ease of Use: This split keyboard is very easy to adjust and takes mere seconds to set up.

**I found the max angle and distance between the left and right halves of the keyboard to be more than sufficient for my needs. You can see read about the products limitations as far as angle/splay in the product description.

**Actuation Force: It requires less force to press down these keys compared to a standard desktop keyboard, but you still get the satisfying click when you press down the keys and I don't find it to be "mushy." For RSI sufferers, the difference in force required between this and a regular keyboard seems marginal on paper, but it made a big difference to me. After just three days of use, I already feel less tension in my hands.

**Low Profile: Folds in half for travel.

**Size: Chop off the numeric keypad on a standard desktop keyboard, and you will get about the width of this keyboard. As a result, it is easier to use the mouse to the right or left of the keyboard without reaching. This is a surprisingly big deal for me because I hate reaching for the mouse at that odd angle 1000 times a day; it adds up.

**Quiet: It is more quiet than most, and significantly more quiet than my desktop keyboard.

**Learning Curve: I got used to the layout quickly, but I'm used to typing on a smaller keyboard width-wise and I can easily see other touch typists taking some time getting used to the layout.

**Can be set up on your lap without difficulty.

**Compatible with Macs, although I haven't tested that claim yet.
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easy to pack up to take with me. easy to type on when you have elbow problems, just the right size.
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