Comfort is key with Logitech keyboards

Tap happiness

2 million keystrokes. Every day.

That’s how much the average person types every year, according to a study by Harvard. (Dennerlein 2006)

If you sit at your computer hour after hour, day after day, all those key presses can really add up. Fortunately, you can do something about it. Logitech keyboards have a variety of comfort features to help keep your body happy.

Comfort Wave Design: Curve + Wave + Palm Rest

Your fingers vary in length—but most keyboards treat them all the same. Our Wave keyboards have a gradual wave-shaped contour to support the varying lengths of your fingers and keep the pressure off your fingertips.

To keep you from having to twist into an unnatural position when you type, we threw in a curve. Gently curving rows of keys support the natural resting position of your hands without splitting the keyboard. After all, you shouldn’t have to relearn how to type to be comfortable.

A cushioned, contoured palm rest helps position your hands comfortably on the keyboard. Plus, it gives you a cushy place to rest your palms when you’re not typing.
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Zero Degree Tilt™: A real natural

Chances are your standard keyboard makes you take some non-standard positions. You see, traditional keyboards have higher keys in the back than the front, causing you have to angle your palms and fingers upward.

Our keyboards with Zero Degree Tilt™, on the other hand, have a flat design that lets your wrists stay in a more neutral position while you type. You won’t need to extend your wrists as much, either.

Zero in on keyboards with Zero Degree Tilt™

Perfectly PerfectStroke

Logitech PerfectStroke™ key system combines the benefits of a laptop keyboard with those of a stand-alone keyboard to give you a perfectly pleasant typing experience.

Clickety-clack. For those of you old enough to remember, it isn’t the sound of that old electric typewriter that you miss so much, it’s the way the keys felt under your fingers.

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