Category: Keyboards General

Comfort Keyboard, Ergomagic Keyboard, & Ergoflex Keyboard

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The Comfort Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetetive motion injuries, disabilities of the wrist or hand, or limited range of motion. This keyboard splits a traditional expanded keyboard into three independently movable sections attached to a track. Each section is capable of rotatating 360 degrees and tilting 0 to 90 degrees. The order of the three sections can be arranged according to the user's needs. This programmable keyboard enables the user to create macros, remap the keys, adjust the key activation, and set rest periods. The ErgoMagic Keyboard is the same keyboard without the track. Each section has its own base, allowing them to be adjusted to 20, 30, or 45 degrees in four different directions. The sections can be placed up to six feet apart. The ErgoFlex Keyboard also has the same qualities of the Comfort Keyboard, but the sections do not have a track or bases. The sections lie on a desk or table or can be mounted to a chair. The sections can be placed up to six feetr apart. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible or Macintosh computers with AT/PS2 or ADB connection.


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299.00 to 149.00


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Infogrip, Inc.
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Phone: 800-397-0921
Fax: 805-652-0880
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