Ergonomic Keyboards and Mice Links

I’ve had these in my bookmarks for a long time and figured I’d share my collection.

Enablemart – This seems to be a third party seller but I’ve yet to find out who makes all the equipment they sell
3M Ergonomic Products – Notable is the Ergonomic Mouse that looks kind of like a joystick
Kinesis Corporation – Another third party place that sells ergonomic items (they have chairs also)
Perific – Their main product is the Wireless Dual Mouse
Evoluent – They are known for the VerticalMouse
Contour Design – Best known for the RollerMouse and the PerfitMouse (Contour Mouse)
Combimouse – Combination Keyboard and Mouse
Adesso – They make a lot of products
Aerobic Mouse – Looks a lot like the VerticalMouse except it has a plastic area to hold your hand
Nohands Mouse – Control your mouse with your feet
Zero Tension Mouse – seems like a mix between the VerticalMouse and 3M’s Ergonomic Mouse

Seems like a lot of good ideas are out there, but I’m still not sure if keyboards have seen enough innovation. I’ve seen vertical keyboards and some other weird ones on these sites. Microsoft’s Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 looks nice but I could do without the zoom feature. Do people really need zoom that much? I’ve seen zoom buttons even on mice. I think having a mouse nib (like those on some laptops) would make more sense instead. I’ve gotten to the point I can’t stand mice with less than 5 buttons either. One problem is some keyboards layout the Insert/Home/Page Up/Delete/End/Page Down buttons differently. And some also make the Enter button bigger and move the backslash and pipe button.

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One Comment to “Ergonomic Keyboards and Mice Links”

  1. 1 · Ergonomic Mouse says:

    I use the DXTErgonomic Mouse and find it really helps with rsi

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