Kinesis Advantage 2 Keyboard
Designed to address the needs of touch-typists with musculo-skeletal problems, the Kinesis Advantage 2 has two scooped concave shaped keywells. These reduce the need to extend the hands and fingers and keep the hand in a more neutral, handshake posture. Containing the all-new SmartSet™ Programming Engine, the keyboard allows the user to customise its layout with ease. It can switch between the QWERTY and Dvorak layouts with the touch of a button, and its massive 2MB of onboard memory (1000x the original Advantage) means that there is plenty of space to store macros and build custom layouts.
- Sophisticated design to address the needs of touch-typists with musculoskeletal problems.
- Individually contoured “scoops” match finger length and position for neutral posture and relaxed home positions.
- Space, return and backspace keys operated by thumb rather than little finger.
- Multi-macro programming capability to process repeat keystrokes at the touch of a button.
- Advantage2 - Black available in UK layout as standard.
- Advantage2 Silver, Switchable and Linear Feel available in US layout only.
|Split Adjustable (Y/N)||Y|
|Programmable Buttons (Y/N)||N|
|USB Hub (Quantity)||2|
|Multimedia keys (Y/N)||Y|
|Dimensions (Un-Packed) (H x W x L)||73x419x203|
|Weight (Packed) (kg)||1.8|
|Weight (Un-Packed) (kg)||1|
|Shape (Standard/ Spilt/ Numeric Only)||Split|
|Type (Mini/ Full Size)||Full size|
|MAC Compatible (Y/N)||Y|
|Approval (FCC/ CE)||FCC|
What our customers say
"I bought this keyboard on advice from an ergonomist during some training, so glad I did. It is very comfortable to use. As per the previous review it takes a short while to get used to the difference in the layout, but once you do it is very easy to use, just a very light touch needed on the keys rather than needing to bang on them really hard. I did buy the separate number pad, but I have yet to use it, considering sending it back as I'm not sure I will need it. If the keyboard is anything to go by it'll be brilliant for those that need a number input device."
Anonymous on the Skboard 840 Saturnus Mini Keyboard