1) First type of keyboard has every key marked, so that we can see which finger should press which key. The keys on the keyboard are often a little shallow in the middle, so that it is easier to press them. Note also that everyone has his own preferences, which might depend on many factors like finger and hand size etc. Today we introduced the Logitech Wireless Combo MK520, a full-size mouse-and-keyboard combo that features one-touch media controls.
The concave design and softly rounded edges of the keyboard’s quiet, low-profile Logitech Incurve keys position your fingers properly and make it easier to glide from key to key.
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It is very popular these days and usually used on laptops, but can be also found as separate keyboard. We personally prefer to use keyboards with slim keys, as they seem less cumbersome to type with them.

Also remember that it is harder to type on laptop computers, since you have to rise your wrists higher. The keyboard has an industry leading three-year battery life and also incorporates one-touch media controls so you can mute your computer or skip to the next song, instantly, without using your mouse.
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Any suggestions on a keyboard where the keys are raised higher than others on a desktop computer?
These legs raise the keyboard at an angle that's preferable to a flat keyboard, but it doesn't stagger the height of the keys, like on the IBM Selectric. Rather the keyboard gives the appearance of being split in half, with the left hand typing on one section of the keyboard and the right typing on the other. Other keyboards simply curve the keyboard so that from a distance, it looks almost as if the keyboard is smiling. The keys in the center of the keyboard are raised and slope downward to the left and the right, as if the "Y" and "H" keys were the peak of a small mound. I can't tell you which one is best for you, so I suggest you visit an electronics store to see which ergonomic keyboards agree with your body. But lots of people who use them swear by them, and companies make them available for employees to reduce days missed because of repetitive stress injury. As an old-school typist, you probably know how to position a keyboard to prevent stress on tendons, muscles and joints.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends keeping your elbows about the same height as the keyboard and hanging comfortably to the side of the body.
Shoulders should be relaxed, and wrists should not bend up or down or to either side during keyboard use.
Doc custom-builds these jobs to resemble manual typewriters, complete with the raise keys you might prefer.
But they have the speed a touch typist needs, and they don't clack as loudly as an old Underwood.

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