Sounds like a good experience all around.
"Braille" on F and J has been on keyboards for some time, for touch typists. (Orient hands by feel, w/o looking.)
Within the last week or so I talked about a ?new? version of an ergonomic keyboard I was considering obtaining. Some have asked for me to report back after I has used it. I ordered it; It was shipped the same day of the order, and arrived a couple of days later.
For reference, here?s the item: http://www.cyberguys.com/templates/searchdetail.asp?T1=138+0345&dept=&search=&child=
My initial reaction is ?Why did it take so long for someone to figure this out ?? I had tried the ?normal? ergonomic keyboard and, for me, found it to be beyond awkward. There is absolutely no ?learning/adjustment curve? with this one. Plugged it in (not hot swappable), loaded the drivers, and it?s like it?s always been here. BTW, the software comes on a floppy. If you like setting up and using ?hot keys?, this one?s made to order. Be aware, it is P/S2, not wireless.
The ?F? and ?J? keys have a brail like surface to help you get started in the dark, I guess.
As for Cyberguys, I?ve purchased from them before and no problems.
As I indicated earlier, I found this intriguing and am only offering the information as a FYI, with no suggestion or recommendation regarding purchase.