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specw4r
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Mar 24, 2016
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Is this drop a marketing joke.. These are the least Ergonomically designed wood cases I have ever seen.. WTF were they thinking.. This design forces your wrist to be bent far more than needed leading to carpal tunnel syndrome and wrist strain. TIP reverse the design then it (might) be ergonomic.. Geez... all its missing is a Mr Garrison attachment at the top edge... Please at least flatten it and I will buy one..
Mar 24, 2016
Elrick
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Mar 24, 2016
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Easy solution here, simply attach some rubber feet underneath the front edges of your keyboard casing and walla, angle is fixed ; )
Mar 24, 2016
priyadi
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Mar 24, 2016
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It is very fitting they took the picture of it with Korean keycaps. It always bugs me that almost all custom keyboards coming from Korea have very bad angle just like this case.
Mar 24, 2016
specw4r
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Mar 24, 2016
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Not a correct solution, 1. Why would I want asymmetry in the feet layout in size, shape or color. 2 your idea is better suited to a flat base. 3. a degree in ergonomics would show you an angled design like this would require reversible hole mount options for the pcb board so as to angle the board AWAY from the users wrists. It may then constitute an ergonomic design. 4, Why would anyone buy an NEW ergonomic keyboard and then modify it to be "more" ergonomic at further cost. ? Are you a federal politician ?
Mar 24, 2016
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