Thursday, January 12, 2012

Top 5 Most Comfortable Keyboards for Frequent Typers

If you are in front of a computer screen for at least eight hours a day, you need to invest at least a small amount on a good keyboard. This is the reason why computer peripheral companies are looking for ways to innovate the keyboard to improve productivity with ergonomics. Fortunately, there are some companies who know how to make an amazing line of keyboards.
SteelSeries Shift
The SteelSeries Shift is one of the most durable keyboards on the market. It’s the perfect solution for those who want a versatile piece of typing equipment. It’s perfect for gaming as well as business and at home. WoW (World of Warcraft) players will definitely enjoy the keys and design.
Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
The best thing about the wireless Solar Keyboard K750 is that you don’t have to purchase any batteries just to run the keyboard. It’s surprisingly useful and the ergonomic design is just enough for everyday typing.
SteelSeries 6Gv2
The 6Gv2 is another keyboard from SteelSeries which offers a better keyboard configuration for gaming. It still performs well for day to day typing through improved ergonomics which will help frequent typists.
Rosewill RK-9000
Rosewill RK-9000 is a mechanical keyboard which means it creates a click sound to encourage typists to type faster. Aside from the sound, it is also a keyboard specifically built to handle continuous pounding.
Das Keyboard Model S Professional Silent
The Rosewill RK-900 is often compared to Das Keyboard because of its mechanical sound. Das Keyboards are regarded as the leader in mechanical keyboards because of their near-perfect clicking sound with durability and ergonomics.


Tim Holton said...

I have been looking for a keyboard which is easy to type on and contains a selection of added features. This list was perfect, think I will be buying the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 following your recommendation.

Rodney said...

I am quite surprised you didn't include any razer keyboard. But again, good keyboards are so expensive that you can't test them all! It could also be a personal choice, but I relay enjoy the Razer Black Widow, the rubbered and back light mechanical keys. The Razer Anansi is also a nice choice if you like additional programmable buttons.