Today we'll be reviewing the Kensington Pro Fit Ergonomic Wireless Keyboard.
Let’s see if it lives up to the hype.
- Comfortable wrist rest
- Includes a remote control
- No negative reviews
- The extra keys are awkwardly placed
- Keys need to be pressed hard
- A little bit expensive
The Kensington Pro Fit hands down takes the prize for being the most comfortable Bluetooth and wired keyboard. It combines the technologies of both a Bluetooth Keyboard and a Wireless Keyboard into one, with the ability to switch between Bluetooth and Wireless, as well as has the ability to adjust and change the key height, tilt, functions, or both.
It also has Spill-proof keys for any spills and makes cleaning up afterward fast. With the adjustable plush tilt, you can ease any tension in your hands, wrist, elbows, and forearms and keep a neutral alignment. I love the fact that it has a cable wrap facility and a built-in kickstand.
You can choose between 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth 4.0 LE. The Kensington Pro Fit Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard comes with three modes for when the battery goes low, or you simply just want to conserve the battery life.
I love this pick because the keys have a sturdy, well-defined feel and the touchpad is responsive. It has a smaller footprint than most Bluetooth and Wireless Keyboards, which is great for using it when working on a computer without standing or working in tight areas. It is also extremely portable as it can easily fold up for an easy storage.
My favorite part of this Bluetooth Keyboard is that it's battery-free!
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