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  Thursday, 03 October 2019
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I rotated the keyboards, and I have found it to be a lot easier on my wrists.
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2 years ago
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#1894
Hi Mitchell,
Thanks for sharing the photo. We've considered building a version vertical like this. In this setup are the weight of your arms held by your arm rests on your chair or by some kind of pillow/support?
2 years ago
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#1896
My arms are supported by the arm rests. Reaching to hit the esc key for example is a bit difficult for me, i have to bend my wrists more than I'd like. Still thinking through possible solutions to improve this issue, but as is I find it better then the keyboards sitting flat.
2 years ago
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#1975
Before buying the keymouse I used a Kenisis Freestyle2, and it came with a lift (tent) kit, so I could adjust the tilt angle of the keyboard by 5, 10 or 15 degrees. Something similar would be so great to have for the keymouse track, especially if it went up to at least 30 degrees of tilt.
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