This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Apparently, this keyboard is manufactured by Nan Tan Computer in Taipei,
Taiwan. I've found this keyboard at a variety of US computer stores, under
a variety of names. It's also carried by Dalco, a major US mail-order
The most prominent name I've seen pasted on this keyboard is "the Clevo
KB7000 keyboard by Norton Technologies (Patent Pending)". Pretty
impressive, but it's still the same generic keyboard.
$76.80 (Dalco item #48425, volume discounts available)
Also seen at Fry's Electronics, Palo Alto, CA, for $50.
Also seen on-line in Safe Computing's Internet Store for $59.37.
The main feature of this keyboard is its price; it's the cheapest split
keyboard on the market. The keyswitches are fairly light and clicky. The
split angle is fixed, and the keyboard is flat. It's only a moderate
improvement over an ordinary keyboard, but the price is right.