What is a Wireless Keyboard?
Wireless keyboards are not connected to your computer by a cable. They are “attached” via a wireless adapter. They are preferred for by users that like the flexibility of moving their keyboard around without keeping it “tethered” on the desk. The most flexible versions utilize radio waves as they don’t need a line-of-sight to the adapter.
Advantages of Wireless Keyboards
The primary advantage is portability. You can put it on your lap, in bed or a comfy chair, and by laptop users that are on the go.
If desk space is at a premium, a wireless keyboard can be conveniently stowed to clear desk surface space. This is handy for those needing to occasionally spread out paperwork or for project work. As well, the less wires and cables… the less tangles and knots!
Do you type a lot? Are your hands and wrists ever sore? That's because the old keyboard designs do NOT fit your hands. Ergonomic Keyboards are engineered to put your hands and wrists in a more natural position.
Health Benefits of Ergonomic Keyboards
We are all more aware of carpal tunnel syndrome and its effect on our health & happiness. Ergonomic Keyboards combat CTS and other repetitive strain injuries. They contribute to a healthier work environment by reducing fatigue and risk of injury.