The Absolutely Best Ergonomic Keyboards

Typing on your computer for long periods of time can come at the cost of your own comfort. While the standard desktop keyboard may offer legs at the back to adjust the height, that function doesn’t do too much to ease an aching wrist, or make for a comfortable or enjoyable experience. If you’re looking for an actual comfortable typing experience, you’re going to need to look elsewhere than the

If you’ve been looking into ergonomic keyboards for a more enjoyable typing experience, then you’ve probably already found that there are several to choose from. So many options tend to promise a world of comfort and ship with various features that you may or may not actually plan on using. You’ve also probably noticed that the prices for these keyboard vary wildly. All of these variables can make for a troubling decision ahead.

So, what are the best ergonomic keyboard around, and will you have to spend a lot of money for a great one? Buckle in, as we’re going to show you the best of the best below.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

The modern design of this keyboard is going to draw you in and its comfort is going to make you stay. In a world where ergonomic keyboard look more cumbersome than comfortable to use, the Sculpt Keyboard by Microsoft will make you want to use it just from it’s looks.

Moving to a split keyboard layout can seem like a tedious task, but the Microsoft Sculpt makes it an easy transition. Not only is it easy on the eyes, the palm rest is also beautifully designed and wholly functional. It has an elegant arc to provide a natural resting position for your wrists so you can type for longer and without discomfort. The keyboard also comes with a separate number pad that you can have alongside the main keyboard. If you’d rather that it have the number pad included, and in a different color, Microsoft also offers a “Surface” keyboard that sports just that-a built in number pad in a nice gray color option.

If there was a downside to the Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard, it would be that it’s too simple. There are virtually no fancy bells and whistles to speak of-it’s a no-frills experience as far as options are concerned. But even that isn’t enough to take away it’s crown. This is a great keyboard that even …read more

Source:: Daily Times

      

The Absolutely Best Ergonomic Keyboards

Typing on your computer for long periods of time can come at the cost of your own comfort. While the standard desktop keyboard may offer legs at the back to adjust the height, that function doesn’t do too much to ease an aching wrist, or make for a comfortable or enjoyable experience. If you’re looking for an actual comfortable typing experience, you’re going to need to look elsewhere than the

If you’ve been looking into ergonomic keyboards for a more enjoyable typing experience, then you’ve probably already found that there are several to choose from. So many options tend to promise a world of comfort and ship with various features that you may or may not actually plan on using. You’ve also probably noticed that the prices for these keyboard vary wildly. All of these variables can make for a troubling decision ahead.

So, what are the best ergonomic keyboard around, and will you have to spend a lot of money for a great one? Buckle in, as we’re going to show you the best of the best below.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

The modern design of this keyboard is going to draw you in and its comfort is going to make you stay. In a world where ergonomic keyboard look more cumbersome than comfortable to use, the Sculpt Keyboard by Microsoft will make you want to use it just from it’s looks.

Moving to a split keyboard layout can seem like a tedious task, but the Microsoft Sculpt makes it an easy transition. Not only is it easy on the eyes, the palm rest is also beautifully designed and wholly functional. It has an elegant arc to provide a natural resting position for your wrists so you can type for longer and without discomfort. The keyboard also comes with a separate number pad that you can have alongside the main keyboard. If you’d rather that it have the number pad included, and in a different color, Microsoft also offers a “Surface” keyboard that sports just that-a built in number pad in a nice gray color option.

If there was a downside to the Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard, it would be that it’s too simple. There are virtually no fancy bells and whistles to speak of-it’s a no-frills experience as far as options are concerned. But even that isn’t enough to take away it’s crown. This is a great keyboard that even …read more

Source:: Daily Times

      

AMPFest19 denounces NY Times report of unauthorized, violent Trump meme video that few even saw

FreedomToons debunks the next stage in the authoritarian socialist left’s obsession with gun confiscation, the requirement for governmental permission to possess an unalienable human right. The left is never satisfied with just one incremental imposition on our freedom. They see their campaign to destroy liberty as a multi-step process.

‘Universal’ background checks place the government in control of private property, something the founding fathers would find to be abhorrent. Having to obtain governmental permission to buy, sell or transfer private property means the government is asserting control over that property, to record who has that property, tax it when they see fit or even deny said transfers. This is why the national socialist left obsesses over this step towards gun confiscation.

Registration/licensing is the next step on this journey, formally placing the government in control of an unalienable human right.

‘Universal’ background checks change the essential relationship of government having the consent of the people, to that of the people needing to obtain the consent of the government in exercising their unalienable human rights. Make no mistake, these kinds of tyrannical moves only begin with the right of self-preservation. Soon enough, they morph into requirements for other freedoms.

Registration is confiscation.

Placing the government in control of an unalienable human right means that permission can be withdrawn at any moment. We have already proven that registration/licensing is confiscation with the only distinction being were the guns are stored until they are destroyed.

Licensing/registration schemes for basic civil rights means that the government can simply revoke it’s permission on a whim and demand that the people surrender their guns as has happened down through history. Our second video will make that point clear.

While they will promise that each new restriction on freedom will miraculously solve the problem, these are but mere steps to their ultimate goal of gun confiscation. As we already predicted, the demand for ‘universal’ background checks will quickly morph into demands for self-defense licensing. A requirement that everyone obtain permission from the government in order to exercise the basic human right of self-preservation. Never mind that setting up the government to be in control of it’s own constraints makes no sense.

Does the left really want to place the government in control of our civil liberties?

We would have riots in the newsrooms of the New York Times if freedom of the press depended upon governmental permission. The precepts of the Bill of Rights are …read more

Source:: Daily Times

      

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