Ergonomic Keyboards Made For Maximum Comfort - My New Pulse

Ergonomic Keyboards Made For Maximum Comfort


Are you planning to replace your old keyboard? What are some of the factors you consider before choosing a keyboard? We normally don’t pay much attention to issues relating to choosing the right keyboard. But if you do spend long hours on your computer, then ergonomic issues must matter to you. As a content writer, I am always keen on choosing the correct keyboard that ensures the utmost comfort and reliability. Here are some keyboards you can rely on.

Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard

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The Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard truly fits its name since you can connect it to three different devices at a go. You can easily connect it to your computer, tablet, and phone and easily switch to each device as and when needed. Selling at about $60, it comes with a rubberized tray that holds your device at a more convenient angle for good viewing. You can connect to your device via Bluetooth or Logitech’s Unifying USB dongle. It is worth saying that this keyboard easily syncs with your operating system to change the function of keys like Alt and Ctrl automatically.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Wireless Desktop Keyboard

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The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Wireless Desktop Keyboard comes in a classy design and adjustable tilt for great comfort in every posture. Selling at around $100, its ergonomic design relieves your wrists from stress makes you position your upper body well. The design of this keyboard also ensures that each hand gets enough space to operate, thanks to the gap in the middle. Typing on this keyboard is smooth and enhances productivity. That aside, it is free from the usual typing noise a keyboard comes with.

Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard

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If you are a heavy typist like me, I recommend the Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard for you. This ergonomic keyboard is comfortable to use, adjustable, and affordable, selling at about $60. The K350 is uniquely designed with its top alphabetic row keys placed a bit lower. The other keys also come amidst different heights to provide comfort in typing. All the keys are the same size. One special thing about this keyboard is its Unifying technology that allows connecting six compatible keyboards and mice with just one USB plug.