This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
Lexmark Corporation (a spinoff of IBM)
$179 ($199 with separate numeric keypad)
This keyboard is split and angled, with a ball-type hinge at the top of
the split. You can put it into positions identical to the Ergologic and
similar to common Comfort positions (but it doesn't tent when the parts
It's not programmable. Aside from the split/angle (which is extremely
versatile and stable), its only other difference from regular keyboards is
that the left part of the space bar can be a backspace key.
The company has a free 30 day trial offer. If interested, please e-mail
Chris Stelmack <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Under subject, type "Keyboard".
Further ordering instructions will be sent to you.