Adesso PCK-308B Tru-Form Pro Contoured Ergonomic Keyboard
24 May 2015
Summary: I work from home, and type approximately 8 hours a day. I developed pain in my hands/wrists and was on a mission to find a way to continue working without loading up on anti-inflammatory drugs.
Summary: This great keyboard gave no indication in its description that there was NO USB connection. When the product arrived I found there was absolutely no way to hook this keyboard up to my new PC which only has USB connections.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard 4 years ago. I spend 40 hours a week, 50 weeks a year typing heavily on this keyboard and it's held up beautifully. I bought it after my shoulder surgery because I could no longer reach to use a detached mouse.
Summary: Would have given 5 stars if the wrist rest was padded and if the keys were quieter. Would also like to have it available in a wireless model. In my opinion, these are the only negatives about it. I love the touch pad..
Summary: I really wish this type of keyboard would work out, as it is a convenient form factor when desk space is tight, but I can't deal with a keyboard that costs this much, failing in such a short time.
Pros: Worked well when it worked. In fact the keyboard portion I cannot find fault with, as it is still in use, with a regular mouse. But that sorta defeats the whole point, don't it? (See Cons). The glide pad was very convenient in that minimal, to no desk space, was required to mouse around, i.e., yo...
Cons: The buttons on the glide pad are cheaply made. They had very little tactile feedback to begin with, and after about 1 year, the buttons just collapsed into the keyboard, rendering the use of the glide pad to zero. Examination of the internals of the glide pad area reviled very little structural s...