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The DataHand Ergonomic Keyboard
Reduce Typing Fatigue
Completely Adjust to Each User
Close Workers Compensation Claims
Offer the Lightest Key Touch on the Market
DataHand Ergonomic Keyboards:
Feel the Difference
The Comfortable and
to the Traditional
DataHand Is The
Provider Of The Unique Computer Ergonomic Keyboard And On-board
Ergonomic Mouse That Is A Different Ergonomic Keyboard From All Other
Ergonomic Keyboards And An Assistive Technology To Provide Repetitive
Stress Injury Relief And Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief In The Office.
The DataHand keyboard assistive technology offers a total of 132 keys
(more than even extended flat keyboards) through the use of five
key-switches clustered around the tips of each of the fingers. With
four modes, shifted by the thumbs, hand movement is no longer required
to perform keyboard work. Hand support results in the elimination of
the major source of musculoskeletal stress in hands, wrists, arms,
shoulders, backs, and necks.
keyboard users are no longer forced to conform to an arbitrary,
stressful, and contorting keyboard design. As user testimonials make
clear, the DataHand keyboard is also the most efficient assistive
technology keyboard and mouse alternative on the market.
different in appearance from the traditional flat keyboard, the
DataHand keyboard incorporates unique finger and thumb switch modules
within two contoured hand rests. Also the hands are naturally
supported, completely supporting both the hands and arms.
DataHand key modules wrap the keys three dimensionally around the tips
of the fingers to offer unique ergonomic and productivity benefits.
Five keys are placed directly north, south, east, west, and directly
below the tip of each finger. Six key-switches are placed around the
thumb. Two of these are below each thumb. The thumb down switches are
two stage switches with the second stage serving as a mode lock. The
first level shifts into the mode temporarily, and second level of the
switch locks the mode until the switch is touched again to release it.
ergonomic keyboard dramatically reduces both variables of the work
formula force and distance. By placing the keys in close proximity to
the fingers, finger travel distance is greatly reduced. Key activation
forces are also reduced by 50 percent or more, and operating speed is