This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Denise Razzeto, 509-927-5299
List price is $199, but you can likely find it for less
(See "ergoLogic Model 7.1")
Sold by many clone vendors and PC shops
Keytronic apparently showed a prototype keyboard at Comdex. It's another
split-design. One thumb-wheel controls the tilt of both the left and
right-hand sides of the main alphanumeric section. The arrow keys and
keypad resemble a normal 101-key PC keyboard.
Keytronic makes standard PC keyboards, also, so this product will probably
be sold through their standard distribution channels.
Keytronic is working together with ErgoLogic Enterprises on this, so it's
the same keyboard.
Soft-touch (lighter key activation force) keys are available for an extra
$20 or so. Ask for the "Custom Key Feel Kit". Apparently, you can get 1.0,
2.5, and 3.0 ounce domes. The standard keyboard has 2.0 ounce domes. If
you've got RSI, you're probably interested in the 1.0 ounce domes. Theese
kits are $15 each plus $4 shipping.