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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B001QD8E2G
  • Item model number: GTP-0055
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 19, 2004

Product Description

Item #: 2304687. The Goldtouch Go! Travel Keyboard is the only compact keyboard that reduces or eliminates risk factors that lead to injury. At a mere 1 lb., it allows road warriors and mobile professionals to safely work wherever their job takes them. With keys approximately the size of those found on 14 notebooks, the keyboard can accommodate large fingers, and offers similar key feel and travel distance as found on the standard Goldtouch. Other "mini" or "compact" keyboards have shortened key travel distance which are too short or hard, and can cause significant pain from "bottoming out".. The compact design of the Go! Travel Keyboard makes better use of limited space environments, and allows for external mice to be placed even closer to the keyboard for reduced shoulder pain and increased comfort. The Go! Travel Keyboard comes with two protective covers (reduces exposure to impacts that could lead to key cap loss when traveling). To remove the covers just slide them into the lower groove of each side of the keyboard, adjust your keyboard and place your keyboard on top of your notebook key for an instant office (rubber backing prevents keyboard from slipping off notebook).

Device Type: Keyboard
Dimensions (WxDxH): 13.3 in x 6 in x 1 in
Weight: 16.9 oz
Connectivity Technology: Wired - USB
Features: Integrated USB Hub , ergonomic
Cables Included: 1 x USB cable - integrated
OS Required: UNIX, Linux, Microsoft Windows, Apple MacOS X 10.4 or later
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

You can adjust the angle of the arc, which is wonderful for people who have wrist/hand issues.
MJ Watson
Also I find that all of a sudden it sticks on a letter a repeats it multiple times sometimes over multiple lines.
Sam
I think that's to be expected from a travel keyboard, though, and overall I'm extremely satisfied with it.
Milly Coogan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael Quoc on August 15, 2012
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I loved this keyboard, so when the first one I bought stopped working (certain keys stop working somewhat randomly, you strike one key and 2 letters display, etc) I just returned it for a replacement. The new one worked perfectly - for about a month. Then the same thing happened. I called Goldtouch and they told me that this was a known issue and they would send me a replacement with a newer model which would not have this problem. I received this new keyboard, and about a month or two later, same problem again. Because I like this keyboard so much, I decided to just buy another one from a different store and try my luck. Worked great for a few weeks, then same thing. As much as I like this keyboard, Goldtouch has some serious manufacturing and quality control problems they need to resolve before I'd recommend buying this.

By the way, I also tried purchasing the Bluetooth version of this - that keyboard simply doesn't work at all. It pairs and then only 70% of your key strokes register at all, and most register with a second or two delay. Useless.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Marcin Zukowski on August 22, 2011
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I've had 2 other Goldtouch keyboards before, one for PC and one for Mac. Comparing to these, the "Go!" version has all the benefits, almost, while providing some extra benefits:

The following is based on only a few days of using it.

Pros:
- provides the usual Goldtouch comfort
- quite portable
- notebook-like keys (at least I like it)
- great idea with the multi-function covers and manuals on them
- an extra USB port
- cursor and special keys on the right slightly more separated from the 'regular' keys than on the other Goldtouch keyboards

Cons:
- the function keys should be separated a bit from the 'normal' keys, like in the other Goldtouch keyboards. I've hit them by mistake more than once.
- missing 'FN' key - it's often quite useful

*** AFTER A FEW MONTHS - REDUCING TO 4/5
The keyboard is going strong, but... Turns out there is an issue with it not registering some key pressed. Simple test is to do the following:
- press 'E' and then quickly press 'C', while holding 'E' - it types "ec"
- do above with SHIFT pressed in - 'C' is not registered at all!

Must be electronics - I have two of these, and the behavior is the same. On my older Goldtouch it works fine. It's not a big deal, as it doesn't hurt often, but I do notice it occasionally, and it feels silly. It's an expensive keyboard, and they couldn't get this simple thing right :(
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MJ Watson on January 13, 2012
After much research, I bought this keyboard with some hesitancy, and I love it.

- You can adjust the angle of the arc, which is wonderful for people who have wrist/hand issues.
- It folds to a very low profile. I take it around with me in my bag all the time.
- When you take it places, it has low profile covers to protect the keys. These then slip on the back of the keyboard as you type so no loose parts to lose.
- There is a rubberized grip to the bottom of the keyboard so that it does not slide around when placed over my laptop (esp over my aluminum Macbook)
- Switching from PC to Mac shortkeys is easy. I mostly use it with the Macbook, but I love having that option.
- The 'pressure' it takes to push the keys provides resistance (so not accidental typing) but is soft (no effort). Important for people with hand/wrist issues.
- Since you lose a USB port to plug it in, it is convenient that it gives you a USB port on the other side for other devices like a mouse.

I can't find anything bad to say about it. The price seemed high, but it was well worth it given how happy I am with it. I have had it for almost a year and have not found any problems with it.

The functionality of this piece has enabled me to get rid of a docking system-like set up and have an ergonomically comfortable set up anywhere I go.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sandi Main on February 8, 2013
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This is my 3rd Goldtouch in a couple of years. I like the ergonomics of this keyboard a lot. However, two of them have shorted out due to small water drops in keyboard. Unfortunately, I feel locked into buying another one because I have one at the office as well as at home. The keyboard layout is different from a standard layout, so it's difficult to switch between different keyboards. So, I either have to buy two keyboards or another one of these. Be very careful drinking water or eating around this keyboard!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Snizek on February 10, 2013
I've owned 2 of these keyboards for more than 2 years now. I'm very satisfied with them.

The ergonomics of this keyboard is excellent. It's quite a small. I've always preferred smaller keyboards like laptop keyboards, which is why I've chosen the Go! over regular size Goldtouch. The action is quiet, but quite forceful and slow. The Go! may not be the fastest keyboard in the world, but after a few months I got used to it and since then I've had no major trouble with typing speed or accuracy. I work as a software engineer, and I don't touch type.

I've always liked the Apple Aluminium and MacBook keyboards. The key action on those keyboards is ideal. Unfortunately the ergonomics is terrible. It's those keyboards that gave me my RSI symptoms. I think my ideal keyboard would be an Apple Aluminium in a Goldtouch-like adjustable two-part design. The Goldtouch Go! is as close as it gets to this ideal keyboard.

As other reviewers wrote, the Go! is extremely sensitive to any spill damage. I've had both of my keyboards damaged by a small spill. One keyboard has now recovered to normal functionality, another one has developed a power management fault, where it wouldn't wake up from standby (must be unplugged and plugged back in every time). I didn't quite handle the spills very well (tried to continue using the keyboard without drying it properly), that certainly made things worse. The main "damage" from those spills was the fact that I took some keys out and put them back in. I don't think the keys are designed for reassembly on this keyboard. In my case the keys that were taken out and put back in never recovered their original action, on both keyboards. They now feel soft, "fluffy", lacking click and require significant force.

I'm using my Go!
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