The Kinesis Freestyle2 Solo Keyboard has a traditional but compact key layout which makes adaptation a breeze, but that's where the traditional keyboard design ends. The Freestyle2 consists of two keying modules connected together by the flexible Pivot Tether, which allows infinite adjustment of the front opening angle (splay). Removing the Pivot Tether allows the two modules to completely separate up to six inches, accommodating a range of shoulder widths. The driverless hot keys replace mouse-intensive actions and the low-profile design promotes neutral a wrist posture. The narrow footprint allows a closer reach of a mouse.