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R-Go Compact Keyboard - Wired

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R-Go Anti-glare Compact Keyboard Matt Black           Order Code    22RGOK

The R-Go Compact keyboard is an extra compact ergonomic keyboard. When using the keyboard and mouse simultaneously your hands always stay within shoulder width. This gives your shoulders and elbows a natural, relaxed position and prevents overloading complaints such as RSI. There is minimal muscle tension while typing due to the light keystroke. The keyboard is flat, so your hands and wrists are flat and relaxed while typing.

  • Ultra thin for better blood circulation
  • Light keystroke for minimal muscle stress
  • Prevents reaching for the mouse
  • Lightweight: Easy to take with you
  • Matte black finish to eliminate glare
  • Compatibility: Windows, Linux.
  • Connectivity: Plug & Play USB 2.0
  • 2 year warranty
  • Width: 285 mm
  • Depth: 120 mm
  • Cable Length: 1.4 metres
  • Height: 15 mm
  • Weight: 285 gram

Also available in split model - R-Go Split Compact Keyboard  (Order code   22RGOKS)

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  • 4
    Nice small keyboard with shallow action

    Posted by David on 10th May 2022

    It's quite hard to find a Windows/Linux keyboard with shallow action, similar to the Apple Magic Keyboard. This one comes pretty close. I moved to this keyboard from a Razor BlackWidow v3 Mini which was causing me a lot of pain. This one has a good length USB cord and works out-of-the-box on Ubuntu. One complaint is that it is not possible to lower the legs so it is always on an angle. This can make it shake a little bit, especially if you type on it on a standing desk. A second complaint is that having caps lock on seems to light up num lock and scroll lock. It would also be nice to have an "Insert" key, even if it's only available through pressing "fn"