Uit ervaring weet ik dat een goed keyboard errug belangrijk is (heb vandaag zelf een nieuwe ). Nou bij AGN Hardware hebben ze dus twee keyboards getest, het gaat tussen de Microsoft Elite Keyboard en een Future Power Multimedia Keyboard. Hier heb je een stuk over het ergonische Microsoft keyboard:
There is of course a downside to a different keyboard design. Switching to an ergonomic keyboard isnít quite as bad as learning to type all over again but there is a definite learning curve. Even now I will often hit the wrong key(s) or have to look down to check where the END or PAGE DOWN key is. If youíre new to typing then getting used to this ergonomic design should be a breeze. If however, you are an "old-school" user of the standard keyboard layout then you might find the switch to be quite difficult. The upside here is that Microsoft provides a 30-day, no questions asked return policy for their keyboards. If you canít make the switch, full refund.
So how is the ergonomic design of the MS Elite? Try this at home right now, put your hands out in front of you as if you were going to type, but let them sit naturally. Now notice how your hands tend to angle inwards with the wrists at a slight angle. Microsoft designed the Natural Elite keyboard to fit this natural tendency. Now look back at that standard keyboard and ask yourself where the hell that design came from.
Ergonomic is better. If youíre new to typing then by all means try this MS design. If you have been using a regular keyboard for a long time, the switch may be too difficult. The last thing to note is that this MS keyboard makes for a terrible "hunt and peck" keyboard. If you donít know how to type with the proper "homerow" technique, you need to learn now or avoid this keyboard. As far as the ergonomics of the Future Power keyboard go, itís a standard keyboard and with proper technique it can be utilized fairly well. The choice to switch is yours.
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