Keyboards that morph, break apart

Customization for ergonomic health

Incline
Kinesis

If there's one thing that years of computer use has taught us, it's that one size definitely does not fit all. So companies like Kinesis continue to work on various ergonomic keyboard designs that will keep our wrists and hands from ending up on the permanent disabled list.

The company, which has been at experimenting with various iterations for some time, has come out with a new line called "Freestyle" that's intended for as much customization as possible short of placing and programming individual keys. The first two models are the "Solo" (flat) and the "Incline" (slanted), both of which can be "broken" into two halves, according to Fareastgizmos.

Solo
Kinesis

Just be careful if you use one of these with the "Easy Desk Aluminum" stand so that one or both halves don't slide off onto your head.

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