Unique Split Symmetric Columnar Key Arrangement

The Truly Ergonomic keyboard has a
Unique Split Symmetric Columnar Key Arrangement



Truly Ergonomic keyboard with Symmetrical design

A welcome upgrade from all conventional and other ergonomic keyboards.


The Truly Ergonomic keyboard design follows your body's symmetry and neutral position promoting a healthier posture and helping you type comfortably and healthy.

Aims to reduce strain on your weaker fingers (fourth and pinky), by leveraging your stronger fingers (first, second, & thumb) for most of the work. This is a smart move.

Traditional keyboards assign your poor pinkies to some of the most common keys, while the Truly Ergonomic keyboard moves these to the center of the keyboard and gives the job to your stronger fingers.

This enables you to enjoy less fatigue while typing.

The Truly Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard features a unique split symmetric columnar key arrangement that aligns effortlessly with your hands.




How to type with straighter wrists?



The Truly Ergonomic keyboard helps you become healthier
and reduce the pain caused by conventional keyboards.

You no longer need to bend your hands or wrists outwards while typing.
The Truly Ergonomic keyboard allows you to have your hands and forearms in the
angle you feel most comfortable, while keeping your wrists as straight as possible.


Conventional vs Ergonomic

Repetitive use of conventional and other ergonomic keyboards
cause pain in the wrists and mouse-shoulder.




1860s staggered key arrangement



We find intriguing that even today, after more than 150 years, all conventional keyboards and other ergonomic
keyboards are based on 1860s typewriter's staggered key arrangement design.

The staggered key design has been passed from one generation to the next out of pure human laziness. Older generations learned how to type on the staggered layout and simply don't want to adjust to a better layout, seems they prefer to grow pains as "health" is not in their nature.



Typical old typewriter based on 1860s typewriter's staggered key arrangement:

Staggered typewriter



All conventional computer keyboards are based on 1860s typewriter's staggered key arrangement:

Staggered conventional keyboard



Other ergonomic computer keyboards still are based on 1860s typewriter's staggered key arrangement
just split in two halves:

Staggered split ergonomic keyboard



When using conventional keyboards, ergonomic or not, besides stretching or curling your fingers (shown with the yellow lines), both of your hands have to move upwards towards the left to reach the upper keys, and move downwards towards the right to reach the lower keys (shown with the red lines).

Moreover, your wrists bend in awkward ways and you are forced to an unhealthy posture that affects your body. At the end of each working day, you end with pain and strains in your wrists, shoulders, and lower back.




You have two options: Pain or Comfort



The Truly Ergonomic keyboard has been developed specifically to reduce pain and avoid injuries caused by typing,
and its Revolutionary Columnar Split Symmetric Key Layout improves typing efficiency.

The design takes the human body's symmetric shape and neutral position into consideration,
helping your wrists stay in a more neutral and healthy position.


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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.


Helping you become productive in a comfortable and healthy manner
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