Best Ergonomic Keyboards for Wrist Wellness Windows Central 2019

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) can occur from prolonged PC use when the wrist is not adequately supported. It can affect some users who don't take advantage of wrist rests and solutions that create more comfortable typing experiences. Here are some options for wrist wellness.

Surface Ergonomics: Microsoft Surface Ergonomic

Staff pick

The Surface Ergonomic Keyboard by Microsoft is an expensive option, but that's for a good reason. Microsoft has years of experience making these keyboards.

$130 at Microsoft

Budget Keyboard: Logitech K350

The K350 from Logitech is an ergonomic wireless keyboard with enough separation of the two sides for a more comfortable typing experience.

$47 at Amazon

Gorgeous Design: Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

Microsoft means business with the Sculpt keyboard, specially designed for your wrists to be in a natural, relaxed position.

$62 at Amazon

Customizable: Kinesis Freestyle2

What makes this particular keyboard unique is the fact that it has been sliced down the middle, allowing you to adjust the ergonomics.

$89 at Amazon

For Gamers: Razer Ornata Chroma

When you want a mechanical-like feel to your typing (and gaming), Razer's Ornata Chroma is an excellent keyboard for PC gamers.

$100 at Amazon

Choosing a comfortable keyboard

More keyboards are available than before that offer ergonomic features or even allow you to adjust how keys are positioned. Should your wrists feel cramped or strained after a week in the office, it may be time to invest in one of the options we suggest. If we were to choose one as the best keyboard, it would be the Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard.

Other keyboards are available at different price points or even allowing further customization. The Kinesis Freestyle2 is such an option, comprised of two separate halves of the keyboard, making it possible to position them exactly how you prefer on the desk.

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