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Adesso Launches Tru-Form Media 1500GB Ergonomic Keyboard & Laser Mouse

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    Adesso Inc., a leading manufacturer of computer input peripherals, announces the release of WKB-1500GB -- Tru-Form Media 1500GB Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard & Mouse, which offer users two advanced input devices with ergonomic design, multifuncti onal features, and a wireless range of up to 30 feet. At the MSRP of $69.99, Tru-Form Media 1500GB is available for purchase at major retailers and e-retailers.

    The Tru-Form Media 1500GB's stylish and gently-sloped split keyboard design complements the natural curves and positioning of hands, wrists, and forearms for maximum comfort and extensive use. The membrane key switches provide improved tactile response and a quieter typing experience, lasting up to five million keystrokes.

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    The wireless, ergonomic laser mouse that is part of the set, is specially-designed to lessen hand strain, bringing long hours of comfort. Equipped with laser sensor technology for improved speed and accuracy, its features also include a switch for DPI resolution control (800/ 1200/ 1600dpi), plus two Internet navigation buttons.

    Specifications:
    • Key Layout: 105-Key US Layout
    • Key Type: Membrane
    • Connection: 2.4GHz Radio Frequency Wireless Technology
    • Working Range: 30 ft (10m)
    • Battery: (2) AAA
    • Indicators: Number Lock, Caps Lock & Low Battery
    • Windows Hotkeys: 12 (Home, Back, Forward, Refresh, Search, Favorites, Sleep, Wake Up, Power Off, Calculator, My Computer, Music & Email)
    • Multimedia Hotkeys: 7 (Play/Pause, Previous Track, Next Track, Volume Up, Volume Down, Mute & Eject)
    • Dimensions: 20.5 x 9.3 x 1.5" (521 x 236 x 41 mm)
    • Weight: 1.87 lbs. (845 g)

    Features:
    The Tru-Form Media 1500GB includes a mouse with adjustable DPI resolution (800/ 1200/ 1600) for faster response via a DPI switch located at the top of the mouse. On the side of the mouse are forward & back buttons for quick Internet navigation.

    The Tru-Form Media 1500GB's mouse's laser sensor technology lets you work on any surface with improved speed, accuracy and reliability than any traditional mouse.

    The Tru-Form Media 1500GB's membrane key switches provide a better tactile response and a quieter typing experience, and lasts up to five million keystrokes.

    Adesso products can be purchased at major retail stores including Micro Center, Fry's, Staples, BestBuy, and CompUSA, as well as online at Amazon, Buy.com, CDW, MacMall, Newegg, and Tiger Direct. They are also available at Adesso's own online store at www.adesso.com.
     
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    For the first time in 15 years I have tried ergonomic keyboards again, then I had the original Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard and now I got a Microsoft Comfort curve keyboard 300. I must say they feel so much better and my typing rate has increased as well. It just feels better on the wrists holding the hands straight rather then bending for a normal keyboard. So I think this might be a look at. It is just a shame one cannot get a curved mechanical gaming keyboards with Cherry switches.
     
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    That would be my holy grail of gaming and comfort !! :pimp:
     
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    You do not want an ergo keyboard. I've tried ones from MS/Blekin and both were actually harder on my hands. Not to mention try switching between that and a laptop over and over throughout the day. -_-

    Also the MS comfort curve 3000's keys got really stiff and uncomfortable after 1.5 years. I switched to a Logitech K740 and it's much easier to type on. I will eventually get a G710+ mechanical when I get spare cash for one.
     
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    I loved my MS Natural keyboards until I moved over to a Ducky mechanical one. I just can't go back to membrane keys. I guess one sacrifice for another.
     

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