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A4tech KBS-29BLK Left Handed Wired Keyboard, Multimedia controls, Plug and Play USB Verison Natural, A Shape key Structure Ergonomical Layout Keyboard, Anti RSI
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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 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.
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The Ergoguys KBS-29BLK Left-Handed Keyboard features a slim design with low profile keys for typing. Its exclusive "A-shape" key layout protects your wrists and arms from repetitive strain injury (RSI). The center A-type keys match the way your fingers move, so you can enjoy hours of typing without compromising on comfort. The left-handed numeric keypad with laser inscribed keys ensures added convenience. Also, a set of 12 programmable hot-keys can help you customize all your special needs, thereby saving time. The keyboard can be connected to your computer through the built-in USB connector of your system. Features: Wired keyboard USB connection Left-Handed Slim design with quiet low profile keys
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.
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.
At first, I thought the angled shape of the keys was going to be a problem, but it actually works just as well as square keys.
My only gripe is the keys seem to grind against each other. Maybe that'll go away with use.
Another gripe is the fact the keyboard is not internally lit. Bit disappointing, that is.
I do like the fact the F, and J keys have a very noticeable tactile bump. Same for the 5 key on the number pad.
The keys are well, and properly spaced, so a person with low vision, like my self, can easily feel the spacing of the keys.
The keys don't click, or make tapping sounds, but you can still hear them enough to know you're typing. There is enough travel from full up, to pressed down position, you actually feel like you're typing, unlike with a modern laptop keyboard. I do miss the vintage keyboard sounds, and feel, though. Not the clicky key's, mind you, but the original keyboards, that made a tapping sound when typed on. Just me, being nostalgic for the C-64, and Amiga. LOL :)
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great keyboard for my lefty office mate. It took some getting used to with the shape of the keys (A shape), but having the number pad on the left side is like night and day.Published 5 days ago by Savgrr
I returned it. A right handed number pad was moved to left side so left thumb had to reach way under palm to get to main key. And all the arrows remained on right side. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Thoughtful Reader
Love it when I got it but it broke. Now the left handed numbers on this don't work now. It's only been less than 10 months. That's what is was purchased for. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Chuck Lombardo
Keys slant different directions and have inconsistent shapes. Impossible to type on this junk. Also, the lettering is too light and hard to read because of glare from the key... Read morePublished 1 month ago by whatscrappening
To be honest, when I heard "left handed" keyboard, I assumed it'd be a reverse keyboard for people like me, who are left handed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am not a trained typist so I use the number pad alot for work. I am also not left-handed, but this works great, leaving my right hand on the mouse, I can easlily type in the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jean P
The design leaves indicator lights and directional keys on the right side, limiting the clearance for your mouse and therefore limiting it's advantage. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David B