Logitech today announced yet another one of its highly ergonomic typing tools, this time under the name of the ERGO K860 Ergonomic Split Keyboard. Its wrinkly design may look odd to some, but the computer peripheral manufacturer insists it managed to turn typing comfort into science with this product.
The bizarre placement of the keys across this product is said to encourage a significantly more relaxing posture than the you subconsciously take whenever you’re sitting in front of your usual boring rectangle of neatly neatly arranged keys. Granted, most of Logitech’s claims would take years to get proven right or wrong, but it is not like the company has not been releasing this type of PC peripherals for years at this point, and truth be told, they do appear to have a small, but loyal following in many parts of the world, including the United States.
That may be why this sort of peripherals is regularly among the most expensive such products across Logitech’s entire portfolio. But then again, $129.99 for a high-quality keyboard isn’t that much, and that happens to be the price point the ERGO K860 will be targeting in the U.S. once it hits the market later this month.