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Old 09-16-2019, 12:46 PM   #1
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Ergodox vs Kinesis Advantage

I have a Kinesis Freestyle for 10 years now, but was never really happy with it. One problem is that the letters on the left half slant up to the left, like on a normal keyboard. An ergo keyboard should have those slanting up to the right.

Anyhow, now it's on the verge of dying so I need to replace it and I am trying to decide whether to get an Ergodox os Kinesis Advantage. On the one hand, people say the Kinesis Advantage is more ergo, but what makes me nervous is that it's not a split keyboard and I have my split keyboard set with each half angled at 20 or 30 degrees. So I'm not sure...

An ideas or experience with these?


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