Any ideas/suggestions to backtilt a keyboard?
Hey mech community.
I've been using MS 4000 keyboard for years and love everything about it except for not being a mechanical keyboard.
Recently I've decided to use my "other" keyboard (which is a cherry brown HPE-87 tkl) as a daily driver, and see how it goes. It was ok, but my wrists hurt, mainly due to the fact that I'm used to type on a big, split keyboard, as is the MS 4000, but also due to the fact that I set up MS4k with the back tilt, that is using the provided plastic add on to lift the front of the keyboard to a higher point than the back, so my wrists are placed more naturally.
So I switched back to the MS keyboard, to discover, to my amazement, that I cannot use it...because mechanical keys are way way way better. So...I went back to the HPE, but used a couple of foam cushions from my wristwatch delivery to raise the front edge and to provide a wristpad for the keyboard. This is working, kinda, but keyboard's weight has deformed the cushions, and they are no longer support it properly...also they're not super friendly to my skin on the wrists.
Hence, please advise. Is there any off the shelf products that can help solving the problem?