The Maxim Keyboard is a split compact keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion disabilities, limited upper extremity range of motion, or other upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard physically splits in the center, allowing each section to be independently adjusted for optimal use. The sections can be adjusted laterally at 0, 8, or 14 degrees to minimize forearm tension. The keyboard also includes built-in removable palm supports. The c
The Kinesis Essential Contoured Keyboard is a modified keyboard designed for use by individuals at risk for repetitive motion injury of the upper extremity. The keyboard has two separate keypads that split the traditional alphanumeric key layout of a QWERTY keyboard into right and left hand configurations. Each of the keypads is concave so that the shorter digits do not have to be stretched to reach their keys, and so that each hand maintains a flat, neutral position. The keypads are also placed
The Freestyle Solo Keyboard for PC and Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac are modified keyboards designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This split keyboard has two modules connected by a linking cable. The left and right modules can be placed in any position allowed by the length of the cable. The keyboard has zero degrees of slope, which minimizes height and reduces wrist extension. Double-wide delete and escape keys on the left module provide bigger targets for the use
The Maxim USB 10-Key is an ergonomic keypad designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit has low force, tactile mechanical key switches, and can be positioned to the right or left of the keyboard. The unit connects to an available USB port on the computer and is compatible with virtually any operating system. It comes with a 2-port USB hub that enables the user to connect other input devices such as mice without having to access USB ports on the computer.
DXT Ergonomic Mouse 2 enables the hand to work from a relaxed position reducing the tension on the soft tissues. In addition the vertical design avoids extreme twisting of the forearm helping to increase comfort. Similar to a pen grip the DXT 2 design allows for accurate navigation. Small muscles and joints of the fingers have higher processing abilities for movement and sensation than other larger body parts. The large muscle groups of the shoulder are adapted for power and larger ranges of mov