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Left Handed Keyboard Wired Black By Ergoguys

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  • Exclusive left-handed numeric keypad, patented natural_A shape key structure, laser inscribed keys.
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP & Mac OS 8.5 9X. Available in ps/2+ USB
  • Software that was innovatively designed to optimize all its keyboard?s performances including multi-functional hot-keys managing tool
  • Keyboard: 18.72L x 8.1W x 0.98H in.
18 new from $24.79 4 used from $16.50

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Technical Details

  • Full Sized Keyboard

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 8.2 x 1.8 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DEUPIE
  • Item model number: KBS-29BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2008

Product Description

Flo Digital A4 Tech KBS-29 Left Hand Keybo Exclusive left-handed numeric keypad, patented natural_A shape keystructure, laser inscribed keys. Compatible withWindows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP & Mac OS 8.59X. Available in ps/2+ USB

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Customer Reviews

I used this keyboard and I liked a lot, however I must have returned.
Gold Fusion
The A shaped format for the rows of keys is much more natural and there is less fatigue in my wrists and hands, and the ten key pad on the left is wonderful.
T. Lindsten
In addition, the numerical keypad is on the left side, which allows lefties to use the keypad as well as the arrow keys.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By djk1940 on March 2, 2010
As a right handed person, my wife and I have owned a "left handed" keyboard by Ergoguys for about 5 years...first when only the wireless version was available, and later this wired version. I have enjoyed these keyboards so much that I would never own another right handed keyboard again, and preferably one by Ergoguys. Being able to center the keyboard in front of the monitor without placing the mouse far to the right is a much more comfortable and natural position for a right handed person using a mouse. This leads me to believe that the definitions for right handed and left handed keyboards should be reversed.

I have shopped for other brands of left handed keyboards and found that most run nearly $100. I could be wrong, but cannot imagine any keyboard worth that amount. On the other hand, the Ergoguys have put the same quality in this left handed keyboard as any of the right handed keyboards that I have owned over the last 30 years. Initially, I was a little skeptical of the Ergoguys' keyboard because the qwerty keys were shaped different; however these keys are in the same location as a convention keyboard, yet their shape helps guides the fingers during touch typing. Consequently it took little time for me to get used to the shape of the keys. Since I did not need any of the wireless features, I much prefer the wired version. When I purchased my wired version, it was only offered with a PS2 connection. This was really not a problem for me...it came with a PS2 to USB adapter, which works fine if you do not plan to use the special function keys along the top edge of the keyboard. But if the adapter is not included, as some have complained, it is an expensive purchase.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Walker on December 21, 2008
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I am right handed and this is the perfect keyboard. The ten key and standard arrow keys just make it further over to reach the mouse and causes shoulder and neck problems over the years. This keyboard has made my life much better when on the computer. What is great about this keyboard compared to others I've tried is that they keys in standard locations, every other I've tried has had keys moved to different locations making it troublesome if you use other computers.

Update (4/18/2012) : I read a review saying this has USB now (my old PS/2 version had issues with flaky USB-PS/2 adapters). I ordered one and it is USB! I'm soooo happy, because this a great keyboard. Now I just need to get two ordered for at work.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gold Fusion on July 25, 2011
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I have a mixed feeling on this product.

I liked the concept a lot -- put 10 key to left side to give more space for a mouse.
I am recently experiencing shoulder pain, I believe because a regular keyboard is difficult to be positioned at the center of display.
I searched though Amazon and found this keyboard. I thought this is perfect to solve my problem.

I used this keyboard and I liked a lot, however I must have returned.
The quality of keyboard was poor. After used a few strokes, I noticed the "Shift key" on the left size cannot be depressed when pushed the near side of "Z" key. I almost hurt my little finger.
At that time, I was wondering whether I should return until I found another key "F2" sunk and did not came back.

Thanks to Amazon, return process was easy.
But I really did not want to return this and still looking for a same type of keyboard.
I think all keyboard manufacturers must produce this layout to prevent PC injury.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pedantic on May 7, 2012
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Item: A4Tech KBS-29 Left-Handed Keyboard

Likes:
Designs allows centering home row with monitor

Dislikes:
Soft keys. Poor tactile response. Sometimes get stuck when typing fast.
Non-ergonomic design
Awkwardly shaped keys cause typos

The number pad should be opposite of the mouse. That way the home row is centered on the screen. Makes perfect sense, doesn't it? That's why I bought this keyboard. I have a pullout drawer for my keyboard and mouse. With traditional "right-handed" keyboards, you're viewing the monitor at an angle. The KBS-29 allows you to center the keyboard with your monitor and is compact enough to comfortably fit a mouse, especially if you have limited room. Everything goes south from here. The keys are very soft. I don't know if this is by design or a quality control issue, but it's causing far too many typos. I do a lot of writing, coding and editing; I need a keyboard that can keep up with speedy keystrokes. Sometimes a key would get stuck for a half a second to long. This is especially true of the command keys.

The V design is a novel idea, but performs poorly in practice. Oddly shaped keys made it easy to press two keys at a time, especially the ones in the center. I gave up after not getting anything done for three hours. I'm writing this review from my old keyboard, a split keyboard with stiff keys.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fred Gildow on October 29, 2011
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Tried to cancel this order before I received it but was too late. Had changed my mind and wanted to upgrade to another of better quality. Glad it worked out this way (at 1st blush). There was no setup required. Plug & play.
My machine is programed with Ubuntu 11-10 (open source). I am right handed but this setup allows most all the controls on the original to be switched to the left side. Also I changed the Caps Lock to be used as a left sided Backspace button. Like the "A" arrangement of the keys. That improved the comfort level. Thank you for the previous candid comments guys & gals. All weighed in the balance, I consider this a good purchase.
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