Logitech Ergo K860 - Ergonomic wireless keyboard with wrist rest

When using input devices on the computer, the posture should be as natural and ergonomic as possible. Not only vertical mice are recommended, but also keyboards that prevent the wrists from bending.

The Logitech Ergo K860 is an ergonomic keyboard of this kind. In addition to the wrist rest, it also offers a split and curved key field, thanks to which the hands, wrists and forearms remain more relaxed when working at the desk. It is also cordless for even better use. The Logitech Ergo K860 is compatible with macOS, Windows, Linux, Android and Co. 

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Ergonomic typing with the Logitech Ergo K860. The wireless keyboard with split, curved keypad offers a QWERTY layout as well as macOS and Windows labels.
Ergonomic typing with the Logitech Ergo K860. The wireless keyboard with split, curved keypad offers a QWERTY layout as well as macOS and Windows labels.

Logitech Ergo K860 - Ergonomic keyboard with 4,8 out of 5 stars

On the Amazon product page you can currently find 860 reviews for the Logitech Ergo K24; over three quarters of the users give it 5 stars. The rest still gave it 4 stars. The average rating for the wireless keyboard with ergonomic design, wrist rest and other advantages is 4,8 out of 5 stars (as of March 11.03.2020, XNUMX). 

In connection with an ergonomic mouse, such as B. the Logitech MX Vertical, you create a situation on your desk that is gentle on ligaments, tendons and joints for entering text, keyboard shortcuts and clicks. The good thing about the Logitech Ergo K860 keyboard, besides the Bluetooth connection, is that it is available with a German QWERTY layout.

35,23 EUR
Logitech ERGO K860 wireless ergonomic keyboard - split keyboard, palm rest, ...
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Keys for Windows and macOS use on PC and Mac

The Logitech Ergo K860 keyboard has not only been designed with the body and arm posture of the user in mind, but also with the efficient use of various operating systems. Characters that result from an Alt-Gr key combination under Windows are circled in white and appear as white characters on a black background (e.g. the @ on the Q key). For macOS, the alt characters are black on a white background (e.g. the @ on the L key). 

I just find it funny that "Alt" itself (ie the option key) is not the same for both. The Windows Alt key becomes cmd on macOS. Under macOS you have to use the Windows Start key as Alt. Funny, but you will certainly get used to it. This should not cause any problems if you are not using both, but only one of the systems anyway. In any case, the assignment is closer to the original Apple and Microsoft products;) Here you can take a look at the keyboard.

And if you want to learn how to type special characters on the Mac keyboard and like this Average sign enters, can also be read here on the blog in various posts.

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