Silent Keyboard  

The keyboard is soft to the touch withsilentkeys. This feature could be useful in such places as:

  • libraries
  • offices
  • cybercafes
  • hospital wards
  • boats
  • note taking situations
  • call centres
  • home workers
  • bedrooms
  • broadcasting studios

“The issue with keyboards is not the layout but the upward sloping angle of the keys that causes the wrists to bend upwards, putting pressure on the carpal tunnel, and this is the primary risk factor for injury,” Alan Hedge, director of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Laboratory at Cornell University said in an e-mail. “So the flatter the keyboard the better.”

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