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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|Sold By||ValueGroupie||Executive Communication Systems - The Voice Processing Specialist||ElectroPet||Amazon.com||ErgoWarehouse||Scharf Industries LLC|
|Are Batteries Included||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Are Batteries Required||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB||USB||USB||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||2 x 9.25 x 16 in||9.25 x 15.94 x 1.26 in||7.75 x 17 x 1.75 in||8 x 17 x 2 in||2.75 x 9.75 x 2.75 in||12.5 x 19 x 3.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.2 lbs||2.5 lbs||2.6 lbs||0.95 lb||3.15 lbs|
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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in December of 2014 I looked into GoldTouch again and was happy to see that recent models put the navigation keys back on the RIGHT-HAND side of the keyboard. So I bought one. It was delivered quickly and I was for the most part happy with the purchase. After 3 months of moderate use, though, the SHIFT keys began to stick, especially the one on the LEFT side.
When I contacted GoldTouch customer support they told me that the model that I'd purchased was discontinued in 2011. So ErgoWarehouse, the Amazon seller, is selling New Old Stock (NOS). Shame on them.
GoldTouch customer support suggested that I remove the key and clean it. When I removed the LEFT SHIFT key I found that by design it is only supported by a center post/hole that is less than 25% of the key's width. The "stickiness" is caused by the key rocking left-to-right and catching on the adjacent ("Z") key.
While waiting for a response from GoldTouch to help me troubleshoot this problem I switched back to my Kinesis Freestyle2 keyboard. While I have some gripes about the Kinesis keyboard, I realized that the amount of pressure required to type is far less than what I was using on the GoldTouch.
Because I seek to remove the danger of RSI, I'm sticking with the Kinesis. I'll probably scavenge the ball-joint-lock from the GoldTouch (which is a brilliant design), but relegate the carcass to the pile of other unused keyboards in my closet.
First, the keytops are a wee bit smaller, and markedly more curved. A single key is now ~1.1cm wide (old was 1.25cm).
Second, the rubber dome keyswitches have been changed: they are significantly shorter in travel. The upside is that the keyboard is quieter; while the version one is no clickmonster, it made more noise than most keyboards these days. Version 2 is in line with the quietness of most rubber dome keyboards.
The key layout is also a bit different:
- escape is now snuggled next to the F1, rather than having a bit of separation
- insert & delete are now 1.5 keys wide and in a separate area, away from F12
- the Caps Lock, right control, and right shift keys are now 1.5 step wide keys, with the extra half-key at a lower plane than the main keytop
- there is a command key in between each ctrl-alt pair
- the rightmost column is now home, page up, page down, end (old was home, end, page up, page down)
- the very lower left keys are now context menu and Fn (old was command, context menu); the function key is because the F keys now have Fn equivalents, à la a MacBook Pro's keyboard
If you get one, try it until you're comfortable with it before making up your mind. I'd be lost without mine. Actually, I'd be lost without mine and the two I have in reserve.
Now, if they'd just come out with a wireless one, I'd be in heaven.
UPDATE: I changed from five stars to two stars because on the keyboard I received yesterday, the keys down the right side HAVE BEEN MOVED! Why would ANYONE do that?! Back it goes.
P.S. The picture shows the keys down the right side in the place where they had always been, so I was sent something other than what is pictured.