03-25-2012 08:29 AM
I have the Logitech "Comfort Cordless Keyboard" (Y-RAU7) that came with a cordless mouse from a few years ago (keyboard is split like the Microsoft Elite keyboards). I really like that keyboard but it eats batteries too quickly. It seems that the only "ergonomic" keyboard you offer now is the K350 Comfort Wave. I tried this keyboard and found it only slightly different than a standard keyboard and uncomfortable to use. Please consider bringing back the split-type comfort keyboard. A version of the "Comfort Cordless Keyboard" with a Unifying receiver would be perfect. Thanks.
07-06-2012 11:37 AM
I just bought a unifying trackball and love it, looked to see if I could hook up my comfort cordless keyboard with this as the mouse is worn out, and found this thread. I would vote to bring back the split keyboard, once used to it, nothing is the same. I hate buying Microsoft, but if there is no alternative.......
09-18-2012 05:01 AM
I've spent days trying to find a split ergonomic wireless keyboard with the backslash down by the left shift key. And Failed.
It seems no-one makes anything like it anymore
10-16-2012 05:54 PM - edited 10-16-2012 05:56 PM
YES!!! PLEASE BRING BACK THE SPLIT ERGONOMIC KEYBOARD. I miss the one I had by Logitech Comfort Cordless Keyboard; aall it needs its a soft cushion like the wave keyboard. I did try the wave keyboard but its uncomfortable. I would buy it for all the staff the need one in all 3 office locations we have!!!
10-25-2012 04:55 AM
Yes!! I totally agree here - PLEASE BRING IT BACK. have been suffering from RSI since 1999. The only way I can do my actual day job is by using the Logitech Ergonomic Keyboard ("split" into two) that I bought a number of years ago.
I have tried other versions of the ergonomic keyboards, but the only one that truly works for me (does not strain my damaged hands) is the one that is TOTALLY SPLIT.
I'm very worried about what will happen if my current one breaks. I've already used my previous Logitech Ergo one until the right-hand side 'ctrl' button stopped working. I still have one extra spare split keyboard from Logitech in the cupboard, but what will happen if that one too expires?
You don't have to design a new one, simply use the old template and produce them. The model of your competitor have too small cursor keys which are a strain on the hands.
It's really a mystery to me why nobody is making these kind of keyboards.