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You can find more information in the Troubleshooting section.




Who is Truly Ergonomic?


We are the Canadian company that have revolutionized typing. Learn more About Us here.




What is Ergonomics and Kinesiology?


Ergonomics is derived from the Greek ergon (work) and nomos (laws), it is the Science of Work; a systems-oriented discipline which applies to all aspects of human activity. It is the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of the interactions between humans and products, and the profession that applies theoretical principles, data, and methods, to design in order to optimize human wellbeing and overall performance.

Kinesiology, also known as human kinetics, is the scientific study of the mechanics of body movements.

In regard to the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard's design, there is plenty of Ergonomics and Kinesiology gently combined that took a long time to achieve. While comments are welcome, we neither plan to create an essay for every benefit or improvement included into our design nor to disclose besides what it is already presented in our website's Benefits sections.

As for adjustable keyboards, rather than each individual guessing what the best position is for them - as we have seen many people do a terrible job with their workstation-keyboard-mouse-chair, we prefer a Company dedicated to ergonomics such as Truly Ergonomic, to research and analyze the best design and arrangement of keyboard's keys for the typical human body; the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is definitely a superior and healthier design.




What is the difference between Models?


The Next Generation of the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard with a fresh new look has arrived


The Next Generation of the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard gets it right. It provides enhancements from its previous generation making it easier and faster to adjust, while still providing all of its benefits as an Ergonomic keyboard with Mechanical Keyswitches along all of its advantages over conventional and other ergonomic keyboards.

  • The Next Generation of Truly Ergonomic Keyboards, Models 227 and 229, replacing Models 207 and 209, have a fresh new look and use the Next Generation of Kailh Mechanical Keyswitches along enhanced comfort and the simplicity of its design you know and love.

  • Manufactured using "The Next Generation of Kailh switches" replacing "Cherry switches", as we have had problems with Cherry in regard to lead-time (up to 12 months) and low quality (double letters), and as the Next Generation of Kailh switches is built with better quality, lasts longer (60 million keystrokes), reduces the actuation point (1.9mm), feels sturdier, and are more comfortable to use. Fantastic!

  • The Next Generation of Truly Ergonomic Keyboards has a new font and symbols printed on the keys that are more readable, make it easier to use, and looks more elegant.

  • Have an enhanced logical position of the keys making it easier and faster for the user to adjust, accelerating user acceptance. There are some complaints and bad reviews only because of the location of a small number of keys on older Models, disregarding all other benefits and advantages, so we enhanced the layout making it quicker and easier for users to adjust coming from conventional keyboards.

  • We have created a new firmware that include several new layouts/languages that can be easily selected via DIP switches without the need to install any software:
    • ANSI English US
    • ISO English UK
    • ISO German DE
    • ISO French FR
    • ISO Russian RU
    • ISO Swedish SE
    • ISO Spanish ES
    • ISO Italian IT
    • JIS Japanese JP
    • ANSI/ISO Dvorak
    • Each of these new layouts enhances the logical arrangement of keys to a more comfortable for each specific layout/language.
    • Additionally to be able to switch between Windows/Linux and OSX via DIP for each of these layouts.
    • Additionally to being able to reprogram any and all keys creating a custom layout.

To learn differences between Models 227 and 229 click here




What is the difference between Mechanical Keyswitches?


The Next Generation of Kailh Mechanical Keyswitches has arrived


We are pleased to mention The Next Generation of the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is manufactured with the Next Generation of Kailh Mechanical Keyswitches as they are significantly better than the Cherry MX switches being replaced.

We have had vast difficulties with Cherry in regard to lead-time (up to 12 months) and low quality (double letters) with their products, more than we were expecting.

The Next Generation of Kailh Mechanical Keyswitches lasts much longer (60 million keystrokes), is built with better quality, reduces the actuation point (1.9mm), feels sturdier – less wobble, and are more comfortable using. Fantastic!

Furthermore, as there are some erroneous assumptions going around, we want to clarify that the Next Generation of Kailh Mechanical Keyswitches we are using are far from "clones".

  • Clones would be identical products made by someone else. We do not want that.

  • We want a much better product that what Cherry currently manufactures while being fully compatible.

  • The switches we are using are denominated MX-Compatible as they provide the same functionality, requires no special modifications on our design specifications to make them work, and they work the same or better than the original design. While not a Cherry-branded MX switch, it is pin and dimension compatible with keycaps, PCBs, and plates designed for Cherry-brand MX switches as mentioned at GeekHack.org

  • We are not alone, other major corporations are also running away from Cherry and using high‑quality switches manufactured by Kailh.

  • A switch is just a switch, as long as it provides its intended functionality, for the period of time is intended to work – providing high‑quality and high‑reliability. Under this context, the brand name becomes unimportant.

As well, we want to mention that the switch cost difference in the volume we purchase is insignificant compared to the overall product cost.

The Truly Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard is a unique keyboard with many ergonomic benefits, manufactured with excellent quality - far over required specifications, and provides several advantages over conventional and other ergonomic keyboards. We know it is not for everyone as it is only for those who want to take a short time to adjust to a better design, and then to enjoy comfortable typing for a long time.


To learn differences between keyswitch options click here




Where can you purchase the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard?

Do you deliver Internationally?


To learn about Delivery, Shipping, and Availability click here




Which types of payment do you accept and how secure are they?


We securely accept Credit Cards, Debit Cards, and PayPal.


Your payment is processed securely by the PayPal Pro Payment Gateway Service via our secure website. There is no need for you to have a PayPal account.

To further ensure the security of your credit or debit card information, we only send information to your bank for the initial authorization of your card. Truly Ergonomic Ltd. does not store your credit or debit card information.

We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information when you place an order or enter, submit, or access your personal information. You can read more within our Privacy Policy section.

You can also Verify our Security Certificate.




How much is the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard?


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is properly designed, and therefore different from other keyboards.

Cost should not be your primary concern in regard to your health and comfort. Having the best is a higher priority, and the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard fits the bill in every category.

The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is a truly unique product in a world filled with unhealthy keyboards that claim fairly tails.


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is priced in line with its quality, benefits, and health advantages:

  • The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard has a small footprint that includes 100% of standard keys in 60% of the space, using full‑size keycaps in a logical and comfortable key arrangement.

  • Unique split‑symmetric columnar key arrangement. Follows the symmetric shape and neutral position of the human body. Helps type with straighter wrists reducing wrist and lower‑back pain, as well as diminish the risk of work‑related conditions like CTS/RSI and tendonitis.

  • Manufactured using Mechanical Keyswitches that feature an independent mechanism for each key (a feature not present on conventional keyboards), provide a gentle tactile feedback being very kind to user's hands, and have a life expectancy and preserve their tactile feel for more than 60 million keystrokes ‑ expected to last more than 10 times longer than other keyboards.

  • Helps keep the mouse close to the body's neutral position, reducing hand travel and stretching for the mouse, and minimizing wrist & shoulder pain.

  • Integrate a high‑quality removable and cushioned palmrest. Firmly attached with screws for a strong build. Provides required support when needed and removing it provides an even smaller footprint.

  • Linear non‑staggered Embedded Numeric Keypad.

  • Media Control Keys to help you access and play your music and videos without the need to change applications.

  • Fully programmable, allowing for uncommon and unique key configurations. You can change the logical position of any key, add logical keys, create your own custom layout, and have two distinct layouts at the same time, amongst others. Key configuration is saved internally so you can move between compatible computers without the need to install any additional software or to reprogram each time.

  • Full N‑key rollover (NKRO). Also known as anti‑ghosting; each keypress is correctly detected regardless of how many other keys (up to 6 plus modifiers) are being pressed at the same time.

  • Works with diverse Operating Systems including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

  • Short Learning Curve, where most users can type at 80% of their normal speed after the first two hours, and type at full speed within two weeks of using their Truly Ergonomic Keyboard.

Please visit the Benefits section to learn more.




How Much is Your Health Truly Worth?


Look at your computer keyboard, really, look at it ... now look at the awesome Truly Ergonomic Keyboard. Unique Symmetric non-staggered Columnar Key Arrangement follows the symmetric shape and neutral position of the human body, 100% of the keys in 60% of the space, Mechanical Keyswitches, Helps reduce wrist pain and diminish CTS/RSI risk, Cushioned and Detachable Palmrest, Embedded Numeric Keypad, Reduces hand travel & mouse stretching, includes Media Control Keys, Fully Programmable Custom Layout, Works with diverse Operating Systems, Truly Comfortable, and definitely Worth the Money.

Consider the cost of lost income because of reduced productivity, or even the complete loss of work owing to pain in your wrists, neck, or lower back. It is estimated that the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard will pay for itself in as little as six months, considering increased productivity, decreased pain, reduced health care costs, and helping decrease the risk of CTS and RSI conditions.

The choice is clear, the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is the best value for your money.




Where can I download the installation program or driver?


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard requires no installation program and no special drivers; it uses the Operating System standard keyboard driver already installed in your computer.

Click here to read instructions on how to properly setup your Truly Ergonomic Keyboard.




Where can I download the Installation & Quick Start Guide?


To review or download the Installation & Quick Start Guide click here




Where can I download the application to reprogram the keyboard?


You have the option to simply plug in the keyboard and use it with the language of your preference without the need to install any additional software.

Additionally, the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard includes DIP switches to simplify changing the most common settings without the need to install any software.

For those who require special functionality, all keys are reprogrammable, where you have the option to change any required keys for the letters or symbols of your preference. This includes both spacebars where each spacebar can have its own functionality. There are no restrictions of which keys accept accents or special languages.

If you want to reprogram your Truly Ergonomic Keyboard and/or create your own custom layout, please go to our Layout Designer.




Where is the location of a specific key?


Please visit the location of a specific key within the Installation & Quick Start Guide section to review the location of specific keys such as the Windows key, Meta, command ⌘, ↵ Enter, ⌫ Backspace, CapsLock, NumLock, ScrollLock, Insert, PrintScreen, Pause/Break, Application/Menu, or Fn.




Why some letters/symbols sent to the computer do not correspond to the printed on the keyboard?


We ask that you verify the language and keyboard layout selected in your computer.

All Truly Ergonomic Keyboards correspond to the English language and English US QWERTY layout. If your selected language/layout is different, then some of the letters and symbols sent to the computer will not correspond to the printed letters and symbols on the keyboard keys.

The letters and symbols used by the computer when typing are determined jointly by the keyboard language settings in your Operating System (English, German, French, etc.), and the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard model and settings. Although the printed letters on the Truly Ergonomic Keyboards might differ from yours, you can set your computer to the language/layout of your preference that includes all the required letters, symbols, and accents of this language.

This means that if your current Operating System configuration is already working with a layout, by simply connecting the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard into your computer will work as well as this layout, disregarding the printed letters on the keyboard keys.

Additionally, some languages use the combination of two keys to produce a letter or symbol; for example, pressing the ' key followed by the a key in some languages will result in the letter "á", pressing the ' key by itself will usually send nothing, and pressing the ' key followed by the space will send the ' symbol.

Most computer keyboards have printed letters and symbols on their keys to help identify which letter or symbol is sent to the computer when a key is pressed. Within all modern Operating Systems, any computer keyboard can be set to work with any language/layout (JIS, ISO, or ANSI), disregarding that the printed letters or symbols in the keyboard might not match the language selected in your Operating System. Meaning, you can have a US English layout keyboard plugged‑in into a computer with the German language selected, or you can have a JIS layout keyboard plugged‑in into a computer with the English language selected, and both will work properly, with the difference that a few keys will send different letters or symbols compared to what is printed on the keyboard keys.

Please visit the Troubleshooting section to learn more.




Where do we manufacture our products?


All our products are designed in our Head Office in Canada, and manufactured in Taiwan in accordance with our design specifications.




What are DIP switches?


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard includes DIP switches to simplify changing the most common settings without the need to install any software. DIP switches are five hardware switches located on the underside of the keyboard that change keyboard settings. These allow changing key functionality between those required for different Operating Systems or able to reprogram the spacebars differently; possible, with the simple flip of a switch. Please visit the Installation & Quick Start Guide section to learn more.

You can also fully reprogram your Truly Ergonomic Keyboard and/or create your own custom layout via our Layout Designer.




What is Full N‑key rollover (NKRO)?


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard incorporates Full N‑key rollover capability (6‑key rollover plus modifiers restricted by USB specifications). This allows each keystroke to be processed independently, eliminating the unresponsive keystroke issues that plague most keyboards.

Only high‑end keyboards have Full N‑key rollover (NKRO) where each key is scanned individually by the keyboard hardware. Compared to most keyboards that only achieve 2‑key rollover (2‑KRO) where the third or later simultaneous keystrokes get lost and/or cause conflicts.

With Full N‑key rollover, the main advantage is that each keypress is correctly detected regardless of how many other keys are being pressed or held down at the same time. Note that current USB specifications limit 6 keys plus modifiers to be typed simultaneously.

Most keyboards often cannot keep up with very fast typists. The result is called ghosting - letters missing from what you actually typed or additional letters that you didn't type. Full N‑key rollover can also be identified as "Anti‑Ghosting" as it eliminates these possible problems.

Full N‑key rollover allows you to type as fast as you're able. The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard allows you to type as comfortable and as fast as you're able.




Is it compatible with USB HID and PS2 (PS/2)?


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is only compatible with USB.
USB HID device version 3.0, 2.0, or 1.1 - Type A connector.

Using a passive USB‑PS2 adapter, and/or a PS2 compatible KVM switch, does not work with a true USB device like ours. The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is compatible with true USB KVM switches.

The main reason we decided on USB over PS2 compatibility is because PS2 is an older technology being replaced by USB; where most computers no longer have a PS2 connector. As well, we had two options; one was to have a non‑reprogrammable keyboard compatible with USB and PS2, the second and better option is to have a reprogrammable keyboard compatible with USB.

Compared to having the capability of connecting via older PS2, we visualized that is much better being reprogrammable.




What is the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard's Cable length?


The approximate USB cable length is 183 cm or 6.0 ft.

Cable length

The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is USB wired. There is no need for your computer to have wireless Bluetooth technology, there are no wireless interference issues that can result in missed keystrokes, and there is no need for batteries; it is always ready.




What are the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard's Dimensions?


All Truly Ergonomic Keyboards integrate a high‑quality removable and cushioned palmrest. It provides required support when needed, or allows you to have an even smaller footprint if removed.

  • Approximate dimensions of the Keyboard with palmrest: 330 x 235 mm (12.9 x 9.2 in)
  • Approximate dimensions of the Keyboard without palmrest: 325 x 170 mm (12.8 x 6.7 in)



What is the weight of the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard?


The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard has an approximate weight of 1.2 Kg or 2.6 lb with the included high‑quality cushioned and removable palmrest, and an approximate weight of 960g or 2.1 lb without the palmrest.

Heavy for a small footprint keyboard as it is built strong, including a metal frame where the keyswitches are mounted instead of directly to the PCB reducing stress to the PCB and prolonging the life of your keyboard. And along its large rubber feet, the keyboard does not move around your desk like so many other keyboards out there.




What is the material of the Keycaps and other parts of the keyboard?


The palmrest cushioned material consists of an inner sponge made of Polyurethane material (a foamy, rubber-like plastic), and an outer housing made of Polypropylene material (a tough thermoplastic polymer). This is equivalent as the top cushion of some high-quality chairs' armrests. The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard cushioned palmrest has a bouncy feeling and is soft to the touch.

The keyboard's body and palmrest parts except the cushioned material, and the keycaps are made of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, a thermoplastic, commonly known as ABS plastic. The body parts and palmrest parts are then painted to prevent fingerprints and to provide an ergonomic non-glossy finish.

The internal metal Keyframe that holds the Mechanical keyswitches is made of SPCC; a grade of commercial steel with commercial quality. This Keyframe makes the keyboard sturdier, more stable, and more comfortable to use. Having the keyswitches mounted to a metal plate instead of directly to the PCB greatly reduces stress to the PCB prolonging the life of your keyboard. As well, the keyswitches are well secured in place producing a more solid feel.

After manufacturing the above parts, the materials cool down and cure, and in some instances produce a 'new smell' odor. When taking the product out from its packaging, it is possible that a slight odor may be perceived, but this disappears after a short time of being outside the packaging.




What is the painting process used for the Keycaps?


Most conventional and other ergonomic keyboards use decals or paint that is prone to easily wear-off and usually does in a short time.

For all Truly Ergonomic Keyboards that have keycaps with printed letters/symbols, the blue color symbols on the top rows and the white front-side Numeric Keypad symbols are made using the Silkscreen printing process, all other letters and symbols are printed using the Laser Engraved with white infill printing process. Both of these processes are best and are very durable.

If you use hand oils, hand sanitizer, or ointments in your hands, and depending on your skin chemistry, printed Letters and Symbols' paint could weaken and could fade away with time. This is common for all computer keyboards with painted keycaps. A widespread recommendation is to clean your hands in as much as possible before using a computer keyboard, and to avoid any hand ointments if possible.




Are the Keycaps Interchangeable?


Although keycaps of the same size can be interchanged and are easily removable, it is only recommended to switch keycaps within the same row as different rows have different profile shapes.

Changing keycaps between different rows is possible, but not recommended as the keyboard could become cumbersome to use.

Keycap Profiles


  • Shift and Ctrl keycaps are identical and interchangeable.

  • Enter and Backspace keycaps are identical and interchangeable.

  • Except the center-V-shape and Space keycaps, all keycaps are compatible with Cross‑Mount (MX-Compatible switches) keycaps.

  • If you remove a keycap and look at the underside, you should be able to find a letter (A,B,C,D,E,F) or Row‑Number (R1,R2,R3,R4) that identifies the profile of the keycap.



Do I have to align my wrists to the columnar key arrangement?


Contrary to common believe, individuals with both wide and narrow shoulders can easily adjust to the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design.

Users do not need their wrists fixed in a particular position, and the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design should not be perceived as 'one size fits all'; it is a well‑thought design.

We do recommend to type with the wrists as straight as possible, as the straighter the better,
but without the need to match the exact split‑angle of the Truly Ergonomic keyboard.

Comfort is what you are looking for and what is most important.

So feel free to have your hands and forearms in the angle you feel most comfortable, disregarding matching the angle of the columnar key arrangement, as long as your wrists are as straight as possible.

We do suggest as well to 'float' the hands while typing, like playing the piano; it is not recommended resting your palms on the palm–rest while typing, only rest the palms when not typing.




Why is the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard flat where the center is not raised as other keyboards?


In regard as to why we focused on a planar design is somehow technical, but it explains our motivations.

Several studies have concluded that people can in fact type safely with their hands flat, using a planar computer keyboard without suffering pain or problems caused by pronation of the hands. The human body is designed to work properly and without pain with their hands flat.

We realize it's possible to incur some pain when the hands are excessively pronated and exerting significant force. However, we believe that ulnar deviation is a significantly more important issue to typists, so this has warranted more attention in the design of our products.

Ulnar Deviation & PronationWhen the wrists are bent outwards in the direction of the pinkie, as happens when typing with a conventional keyboard, this is called Ulnar Deviation.

Repeated use of a conventional keyboard means repeatedly stressing your hands and wrists through ulnar deviation, increasing the risk of developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI), and tendonitis.

Anyone can develop these conditions through repetitive typing and the use of conventional keyboards that require excessive ulnar deviation from the user.

The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is designed to reduce Ulnar Deviation as much as possible by splitting the keyboard with a split angle matched to embrace the symmetry and neutral position of the human body, and by arranging the keys in columns that align with the fingers of the hands rather than arranging them in staggered form in rows.

Keeping the keyboard small also serves to address this issue by limiting the distance between where the mouse is placed and the center line of the keyboard.

We believe that our design is properly focused on reducing ulnar deviation, while conveniently minimizing adjustment time to the layout, and while maintaining familiarity and ease of use.

As well, we do recommend to type with the wrists as straight as possible, as the straighter the better, without the need to match the exact split–angle of the Truly Ergonomic keyboard; comfort is what you are looking for and what is most important.

So feel free to have your hands and forearms in the angle you feel most comfortable, disregarding matching the angle of the columnar key arrangement, as long as your wrists are as straight as possible.




Why is the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard non‑adjustable?


What nobody else mentions and it is a big issue, is that too much split or separation like in other ergonomic keyboards or having two separate parts as adjustable keyboards do, might work for some touch typists, but they definitely do not work for non‑touch typists. For all non‑touch‑typists, is counterproductive and becomes non‑ergonomic as you would constantly need to shift your neck and/or eyes side‑to‑side to type, and could lead to suffering from pain in the neck, headaches, and even nausea.

We recognize as well that some people believe that an adjustable keyboard should be inherently better, but in truth they are not; otherwise, our Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design would have been adjustable.

Furthermore, all current adjustable keyboards as most other keyboards are still based on 1860s typewriter's staggered key arrangement design. Even worse, they all use rubber domes that have an uncertain and spongy feel, greatly vary their sensitivity through their short life, and require to use too much force causing pain and strains in your wrists, shoulders, neck, and lower back.

Most corporations that manufacture adjustable keyboards only split a conventional keyboard in half and sell for twice as much.

The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design fits and is better to the vast majority of users compared to any adjustable keyboard on the market.

The reality of adjustable keyboards is that it is very difficult to find the "golden position" for each individual (the best angle, pitch/slant, front distance, width separation), and once found - if ever, it is very easy to move either of the parts to distort the positioning which could cause more pain and discomfort than even using conventional keyboards. Not to mention that the desk height and arrangement, the chair adjustments, and the mouse positioning greatly affects both keyboard parts of these adjustable keyboards.

As for adjustability, rather than each user guessing the best position for them, as we have seen many people do a terrible job with their workstation setup, we prefer a Company dedicated to ergonomics, such as Truly Ergonomic, to research and analyze the best arrangement of keys for the human body.

If adjustability would be perfection, each key should have to be adjustable, which would create a totally different and very expensive product, instead of just randomly ripping a conventional keyboard in two.

As per the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design, contrary to common believe, individuals with both wide and narrow shoulders can easily adjust. Users do not need their wrists fixed in a particular position, and the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design should not be perceived as 'one size fits all'; it is a well‑thought design.

We do recommend to type with the wrists as straight as possible, as the straighter the better, without the need to match the exact split–angle of the Truly Ergonomic keyboard; comfort is what you are looking for and what is most important. So feel free to have your hands and forearms in the angle you feel most comfortable, disregarding matching the angle of the columnar key arrangement, as long as your wrists are as straight as possible.

We do suggest as well to 'float' the hands while typing, like playing the piano; it is not recommended resting your palms on the palm–rest while typing, only rest the palms when not typing.

All that said, a well‑designed ergonomic keyboard, like the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard, is significantly more ergonomic and easier to use and adapt compared to just splitting a staggered layout, even if each section is isolated.

As Charles Darwin revealed, 'the one that is most adaptable to change' survives; humans are very adaptable, and adapting to the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design is easy and straightforward.




What supposedly is the Better Business Bureau and why they deserve an F- ?


The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a private organization supposedly developed to monitor and report marketplace activities to the public.

The BBB is one of the best make-believe and misleading known consumer watchdog groups, being accused by business owners of running a "pay for play" scheme in which "A+" ratings are awarded to those who pay membership fees, and "F" ratings used to punish those who don't. Their rating system is really unworthy of consumer trust. Read more

To further deceive people, they call themselves a Bureau – like the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), misleading the general public into believing they are a Federal Government agency, which they are absolutely not.

Businesses are under no government obligation to seek BBB accreditation. Businesses are not accredited because they have not request and do not need a BBB accreditation.

It is 'Better' to find out by yourself if a product or company is worth your money, rather than using a swindle corporation to tell you what it is convenient for them so they can profit from it.

We currently have not requested nor need such accreditation; we consider ourselves to be honest business people with the primary goal to bring diverse lines of truly ergonomic products to the market that helps accelerate productivity in a comfortable and healthy manner. Thousands of happy customers using our products can bear witness.




What is CTS and RSI, and why should you care?


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a condition that can arise when pressure is placed on the nerves that pass through the narrow wrist canal, often causing irritation and severe pain. CTS is due in large part to the use of tools that are not ergonomically designed. Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) are serious occupational health concerns caused by the repetitive use of products that are not ergonomic. RSI can greatly diminish the potential to work properly; in some cases sufferers are unable to work at all, generally due to the repetitive daily use of non‑ergonomic products.

A common misconception is that the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is only for those who already have work‑related conditions like CTS or RSI. But when you use a conventional keyboard day after day, you have a high risk of getting CTS or RSI as anyone can develop these conditions through repetitive typing and the use of conventional keyboards.

Even more upsetting is that young people, who are now using computers at early ages, can easily develop CTS and RSI. Our children's generation is the first that will use a computer for their entire lives, and unfortunately, evolution is not going to catch up that quickly.

Conventional keyboards, based on the staggered key arrangement of typewriters from the 1860s, cause too much pain for regular use. Even fast typers, who believe they are fully adapted to old keyboards, could greatly improve their well‑being and workplace efficiency if their keyboards were designed for comfort, like the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard.

Learning to type correctly by using the Truly Ergonomic Keyboard is easy for everyone and helps you accelerate your productivity in a comfortable and healthy manner.





You can find more information in the Troubleshooting section.

If you have additional questions, please Contact Us.




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The Truly Ergonomic Keyboard design follows the symmetric shape and neutral position of the human body,
promotes a healthier posture helping to reduce wrist, shoulder, neck, and lower back pain and strains,
and allows you to become more efficient and accelerate your productivity in a comfortable and healthy manner.



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