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In article <36792f$3b0 -at- engnews2 -dot- eng -dot- sun -dot- com>,
Janice Gelb <janiceg -at- Eng -dot- Sun -dot- COM> wrote:
>I'm surprised to read this paean to the Kinesis keyboard: my officemate
>tried it and we both were astonished that a keyboard that is supposedly
>ergonomic is not adjustable. Both he and I have long fingers and we felt
>it was very difficult to use this keyboard since the depth of the
>wells containing the keys cannot be adjusted.
I don't think the new Microsoft keyboard is adjustable, either. I
thought this was strange, too, but I hope there was a good reason (save
economics) for this.