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43 Generic Split Keyboard (from Taiwan)




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This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach dwallach@cs.princeton.edu with numerous contributions by others.

43 Generic Split Keyboard (from Taiwan)

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
house.

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.

Dalco Electronics
Phone
800-445-5342
Fax
513-743-8251
Price
$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.
Shipping
Now
Compatibility
PC

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.


 

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