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KeyOvation Goldtouch Adjustable Keyboard - USB - QWERTY - Black

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  • Adjustability: 0°-30° adjustment for ulnar deviation
  • Soft key touch, low activation force and full key travel
  • Compact size allows for use in limited space environments
  • Compatible with Windows 2000, XP and Vista
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 2 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006VJE82
  • Item model number: GTU-0077
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Product Description

The Adjustable Ergonomic Keyboard allows you to adjust the two alphanumeric sections both horizontally and vertically to suit your individual body requirements. This helps you assume a more natural posture that is conducive to improving comfort and productivity while using your computer.

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Customer Reviews

The one I'm throwing out today is 3 months old.
Anthony
Beware also, Goldtouch's RMA form states: A 15% restocking fee will apply to unopened product.
fitvegan
For people with RSI injuries from right handed mouse use (like me) this is key.
A. Onkka

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Morris on November 8, 2006
I bought my first Goldtouch about 4 years ago, and loved it. The posture was comfortable, the keys were soft... my wrist health improved perceptibly. Five stars for sure.

A couple years later, I bought two more (the same product, remember) for other computers. While the posture hasn't changed, the quality of manufacturing has decreased so much that I can't give the current model better than 2 stars. The keys stick, the space bar vibrates, and some keys require monstrous force to activate. One keyboard was so bad that I had to send it back... they were friendly, and happy to replace it, and told me that it had a known "manufacturing defect", but the replacement was only slightly better. All of the Goldtouch keyboards I've seen or owned in the last couple years have had the same problems.

As another minor annoyance, there is a power management bug such that the keyboard doesn't work coming out of standby (you have to unplug it and re-plug it); they have no fix for this problem.

This used to be a great product, and I recommended it to everyone, but now it's at best on par with the MS Natural Elite that costs _literally_ one-tenth the price.

Get your quality back up, keyovation, and I'll start recommending this again!
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Debra Barry on March 13, 2006
My paycheck is based on how fast I type while retaining quality. With the spacebar wearing out on my old faithful ergo-friendly split keyboard, I was out to find at least an equal, if not better, replacement. When I saw this keyboard I was so excited by the design, I hardly even blinked at the significant price but now wish I had.

The 1 star I gave this keyboard was for the ability to adjust the height and tilt --- that aspect is fantastic and proved VERY comfortable, although it is a little awkward to adjust (I'm right-handed but the adjustment lever is on the left so I found it difficult to hold the keyboard in the position I wanted it while trying to lock the hand into place). Unfortunately, it did not make up for the other problems such as:

1. After having used this keyboard for only 12 days, keys began to stick. The left-sided shift and Ctrl keys are continuously sticking. (With the very short 10-day return policy, I've now lost over $100.)

2. The keys are very stiff and again, after using it for a time, they actually seem to get stiffer and tighter. They are to the point that the extra comfort I gained by the adjustable height/tilt is completely blown away by my aching fingers from having to press so hard on these keys. Though I prefer an extremely light touch, I have worked on firm keyboards and never had a problem. However, this one is so tight, I feel as though I am forcing the keys down and frequently miss letters because I didn't hit them hard enough (and "hit" truly is an accurate description).

3. Pressing a key at an angle (for example, doing the 1-finger typing and reaching to the opposite side of the keyboard while it is tilted away from the approaching finger) will not always make contact to type the letter.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By N. Lim on January 4, 2005
This keyboard is the best among mini-keyboards. I tried several mini-keyboards but found the keys to be too small. The Goldtouch keyboard, however, has the same full-size keys as a regular extended keyboard, except it does not have the numeric, 10-keypad on the right. Even the function keys are full size. Some keys on ultra-thin mini-keyboards barely actuate, which makes it difficult to tell if you typed that key at all. When you press a key on the Goldtouch, it lowers a good quarter inch. And unlike other split keyboards set at a permanent angle, it uses a ball and socket, so you can adjust the split to any angle up to 30 degrees, horizontal and vertical. The keys are easy to press and very quiet.

The only thing I do not like about the keyboard is that the Caps Lock key is too close to the A key. When I mistype, I start typing in ALL CAPS by mistake. However, if you are a good typist, you should not have this problem.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By rab on January 30, 2006
This _could_ be a great keyboard, but after only one day with it I couldn't go on using it. It is possible to adjust it so that your hands are in a very comfortable position. The problem is that the action on the right side of the keyboard is terrible - the keys require _way_ too much travel to activate, and the action on the right side is much, much too stiff. Not only is there too much travel for each key, unless the keys are pressed down at an angle exactly pependicular to the keyboard, they won't go down. So my hands ended up more tired than they would have been on my old keyboard. I had to return it.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Margaret Mitchell on March 17, 2005
In 2001, I became completely fed up with the flat and 'natural' keyboards that I had purchased. My fingers, hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck, and back were hurting a lot, so I began doing research on ergonomic keyboards. I couldn't believe that computer stores (e.g., CompUSA) didn't carry such things. I came across Goldtouch(r) online and found a phone number of a local dealer/distributor. He didn't have a show room; we talked about the keyboard over the phone and he typed for me so I could hear the tactile sound of using the keyboard. I bought it over the telephone and will never ever go back to a conventional (flat or 'natural') keyboard again. I can split and tent this keyboard. My fingers, wrists, and hands et al noticed a difference right away. My spelling suffered a little for a while as my hands, wrists, and fingers readjusted to the new angles -- I tried different angles to see how my hands, wrists, and fingers liked them. I settled on an angle that prohibits the keyboard drawer from closing. I didn't care about that, anyway.

Quality: I'm using the same keyboard four years later. I'm a writer and type every day, all day.

Durability: My cat was leaning over to head-butt me and slipped off of the desk and onto the keyboard, which flattened it. I thought she broke it (it's a high price to pay for her affection). It wasn't a problem. I released the lever, repositioned it to the split and tent angles that I wanted, and life was good again. I've never had a major spill in the keyboard so I don't know how it would survive that, but I have dragged inappropriate and unsanctioned tools between the keys to lift out cat fur. I have also popped off the keys to wash them.
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