Logitech has launched Ergo K860 – an ergonomic split keyboard – that is said to offer a more natural typing experience, greater wrist support and reduced muscle activity.
Driven by science to be ergonomically designed, the Ergo K860 is supposed to provide 54 per cent more wrist support than a traditional keyboard and reduced wrist bending by 25 per cent. This is due to its split curved keyframe that is optimised for better ergonomic posture as well as a pillowed palm rest for ample wrist support.
In addition, the scooped keys are designed to make it easy for you to orientate your fingers, while increased key stability reduces noise and optimises responsiveness.
This full-sized keyboard supports both Bluetooth and USB wireless dongle and is compatible with both PC and Mac machines. And it is able to connect up to three different machines with seamless toggling through the paired devices.
With most office workers spending most of their waking hours in front of the computer and typing on their keyboards, having an ergonomic keyboard and mouse setup is of utmost importance these days.