Oct. 19th, 2007

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My wrists were starting to bother me, and I happened to encounter a Logitech "Wave" keyboard at Staples. I've always disliked the so-called "ergonomic" keyboards because they mess up the layout of the keys; this is the first ergonomic keyboard I've seen which leaves the keys the correct size and relative spacing, but which lays them out on a non-Euclidean plane to accommodate the natural differences in finger lengths. I asked them to buy me one at work, and I've been using it now for a week. What a difference!
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My wrists were starting to bother me, and I happened to encounter a Logitech "Wave" keyboard at Staples. I've always disliked the so-called "ergonomic" keyboards because they mess up the layout of the keys; this is the first ergonomic keyboard I've seen which leaves the keys the correct size and relative spacing, but which lays them out on a non-Euclidean plane to accommodate the natural differences in finger lengths. I asked them to buy me one at work, and I've been using it now for a week. What a difference!

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