A few weeks ago Microsoft released a new ergonomic keyboard. I still haven’t gotten a chance to look at one in person, but Ian Johnson of The Globe and Mail in Toronto has, and he’s written a review of it.
He calls it a “radical approach to making keyboards more comfortable”, and mostly has good things to say about it. The design doesn’t look all that radical, based on the pictures I’ve seen, but perhaps it feels wilder than it looks. Regardless, I’m still interested in checking it out when I get the chance.
(Note: The original article is no longer available on The Globe and Mail’s web site. Another similar article still is, however.)