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DataHand
The DataHand keyboard was introduced in 1995 by DataHand Systems, Inc. It was invented by Dale J. Retter and was produced by Industrial Innovations as early as 1992. The keyboard consists of two completely separate "keyboards", one for the left hand and one for the right, that are molded to rest the user's hands on. This allows the user to place each hand wherever it is most comfortable to them. Each finger activates five buttons, the four compass directions as well as down. The thumbs also have five buttons as well, one inside and two outside as well as up and down. The button modules in which the fingers rest are adjustable to best fit the user's hands—each side can be independently moved up and down, towards the palm or farther away.
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september 2015 by talles
Das Keyboard
Das Keyboard produces the best mechanical keyboards and RFID blocking gear. If you like the IBM Model M, Das Keyboard is for you.
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september 2015 by talles
CODE Mechanical Keyboard
We couldn't find a simple, clean, beautiful mechanical keyboard that we truly love. So we created the CODE keyboard. It's the result of a collaboration between Weyman Kwong of WASD Keyboards, and Jeff "Coding Horror" Atwood. Two guys that love keyboards. Maybe a little too much.
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september 2015 by talles
Cooler Master Quick Fire Rapid
CM Storm aims to offer the best available mechanical hardware by integrating CHERRY MX switches. These provide the QuickFire Rapid with the ability to respond to, and recover from, furious button presses with almost zero lag. Vastly improve your possible gaming actions per minute by utilizing a QuickFire Rapid Mechanical Gaming Keyboard in FPS, MMO, RTS, and other games. CHERRY MX Black, Brown, or Blue switches will be available based on region.
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september 2015 by talles
Happy Hacking Keyboard
The Happy Hacking Keyboard is a small computer keyboard produced by PFU Limited of Japan, co-developed with Japanese computer pioneer Eiiti Wada. Its reduction of keys from the common 104 keys layout down to 60 keys in the professional series is the basis for its smaller size while retaining full key size. It returns the control key to its original position as on the early 84 key PC AT and XT layouts.
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september 2015 by talles
Truly Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard
The Truly Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard - A Revolution in Typing. The perfect combination of ergonomics and mechanical keyswitches.
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september 2015 by talles
Kinesis Corporation
Kinesis Corporation » Kinesis Corporation » Where comfort and productivity go hand in hand.
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september 2015 by talles
Keyboardio
With a hardwood body, mechanical switches & custom-sculpted keycaps, the Model 01 is a dream to type on. It comes with source code & a screwdriver.
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september 2015 by talles
Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop
Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is built on advanced ergonomic principles, with a split keyboard layout that keeps wrists and forearms in a relaxed position, and a cushioned palm rest to provide wrist support. The domed keyboard shape works to reduce and correct wrist pronation that can cause pain and limited mobility.
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september 2015 by talles

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