Falcon™ Keyboard Left-handed Keyboard Operation

Hands typing on a Falcon Keyboard
Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard showing left hand operation.

A new computer keyboard has come onto the market where the mouse has been placed in the space bar, allowing for easy use by either a right-handed or left-handed operator.

Even though only 7-10 percent of the population is left-handed, it is not easy for those whose job requires a lot of computer keyboard operation. Simple things like door knobs on the right side, writing from left to right, numeric keyboard pad on the right, and using scissors are just a few of the obstacles a left-handed person has to overcome. But let’s not forget that being left-handed can still be viewed as “hip” — five of the last seven presidents were left-handed. And, did you know that August 13 is Left Handers Day? Continue reading “Falcon™ Keyboard Left-handed Keyboard Operation”

How to Choose the Right Computer Keyboard For You

computer keyboard helpComputer keyboard variations are extensive. And, there are numerous computer keyboard categories: lighted, multimedia, ergonomic, gaming, non-English, wireless, bluetooth, slim/mini, left-handed, and handicapped, to name a few. Prices range from $7.00 to $260. And, there are variations within each category. For example, there are at least 70 different wireless, and over 80 slim/mini types alone. Keyboard sizes range from versions that fit in a shirt pocket to the large gaming boards that are bigger than a laptop computer.

So, how does one decide which keyboard is best for their own use?

First, it is recommended that you list the types of work to be done using your new computer keyboard, such as : writing a book, doing math spreadsheets, accounting, e-mailing, CAD, blogging, medical data collection, manufacture machine control, military operations, graphic production, etc.

Next, determine what type operating space is involved. Will you be Continue reading “How to Choose the Right Computer Keyboard For You”