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So, there is no keyboards with a dedicated "B" key on both sides so I found the next best thing. The Ergo Pro is fully separated, and has some good reviews. but what it has that you really need, an extra key to the left of the N key, on the right side. The reason this is important is because you can easily remap that key to send in a b. Map Any Key to ...


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I've been using Logitech G700s for two years and I can recommend it as both ergonomic and reliable. Ergonomic mouse — sure, it is. Rotated angle for hand - not 0° or 90°, but a mix — yes, looks like about 20° Low(er) cost — usually $100, but today Logitech sells it for $50, making it a low(er) cost mouse. Have no idea of how long the sale will last. Mouse ...


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If you are willing to try a new keyboard layout Truly Ergonomic makes a mechanical keyboard that is structured oddly. It is suppose to be better for you than the standard keyboards (during long term use) and they have different key switch options. It should also be noted that this keyboard does not have a keypad, if you find yourself using the keypad a lot ...


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I would go for the "Razer Deathadder Left-Handed Edition". I've been using it for many years now and it still works like a charm. It's great for gaming as well as regular school work. Read PCGamer's test on the best left-handed mouse for gaming. You can find it for around $40-70 at e.g. Insight or AliExpress.


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From what other people have told me, the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 is one of the best keyboards that they have bought. This is a full sized keyboard, so it has a number pad and will not be as portable as a smaller keyboard. It does have media keys (play/pause, next, previous, and mute) as well. There are a few additional features that this ...


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This was a hard one to find! This is my recommendation, the Griffin PowerMate Multi-Media Control Knob with Bluetooth Connectivity - Wirelessly control your Mac from Volume to Key Commands It has software that will let you change what the knob does. So instead of Volumn Up/Down, you will make it scroll up/down. The only reason I could see this not ...


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Can I make use of that extra keys on Japanese keyboards, e.g. rebind with Autohotkey to other keys (mouse click)? Yes, I tried it myself and it worked perfectly. Below is the actual script I used. SC07B is the "無変換 (muhenkan) " key on the left and SC079 is the "変換 (henkan) " key on the right. In case the your future Japanese key code is different from ...


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I was given multiple answers explaining how it can't be done for various technical reasons. I don't care! Tell me how it can be done, or better, how it is done. Not gonna get far with an attitude like that, but I guess I'll tell you again that what you're looking for doesn't exist. It's impractical to a level where trying to produce and market a product ...


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I use a right-handed, corded version of the Adesso iMouse (the E1). The iMouse E90 is a cordless left-handed version. https://www.adesso.com/product/imouse-e90-wireless-left-handed-vertical-ergonomic-mouse/ It has 5 buttons and a scroll-wheel. MSRP: $50.


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I'm passed the video gaming phase so gaming laptops might not be the best option for me. On the contrary, I've found gaming laptops too have good value when aiming for higher ends specs. In addition, mechanical and/or backlit keyboards are harder to find in non-gaming series machines as the average consumer does not care about backlit mechanical keyboards....


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So, here is my "happy end" story. I could not find more good options so I was a bit on the fence about what to buy ... and know what? Recently I was in the local computer store and what did I see! There is a keyboard sold which is exactly what I need. It is A4Tech X7 G800V model, a budget (~30$ in Russia) keyboard with extra buttons below the space bar. ...


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Another possibility is this new Apple keyboard, that's to be put into 2018 MacBooks. It has e-ink keys and stuff. source: The Verge (news site)


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One possibility would be not to use the keyboard at all. The Tap is a new device that, after attaching to the fingers, allows one to write just tapping on whatever surface there is, the table, the sofa, even your (or so's) body. I think it requires you to know the layout from memory, but the video shows a guy wearing some VR googles, so I think the actual ...


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To be completely honest with you, as long as you have a suitable surface to use the mouse on any mouse will work. When it comes to ergonomics, there are extended armrests that can attach to a desk....example Personally I have been using a MadCatz/Cyborg R.A.T.7 for since 2010, just replaced it with a new one after 6 years due to it dying after heavy use. I ...


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Mechanical keyboards are mostly just a trick to get people buy expensive keyboards. I think it's based on the retro hype, because keyboards used to be mechanical. Also people likes the feel and sound when you click the button. I like it too, but they are just awful for typing. Just like you said, they are too high. I tried this type of keyboard and my wrist ...


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This is a complicated question to answer, because while you are ostensibly looking for a mechanical keyboard, you are comparing them unfavorably with a non-mechanical keyboard whose best characteristics for you are essentially incompatible with the concept of a mechanical keyboard. That being said, yes, there are mechanical keyboards with built in palm ...


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I think you'd have excellent luck with the Raspberry Pi A+ for ~$25. It has excellent documentation, some preexisting servo driver software, and integrated GPIO pins, which are the things you solder the controller wires from your motors to. It does NOT run a real-time environment, so stutter might occur, but for your use case that might not matter. At only $...


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