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Parkinson's New Standard Keyboards
Electrical engineer John Parkinson developed the concept for this keyboard in time for last year's Consumer Electronics Show, but had no prototype to display. At this year's show, in Las Vegas, he'll have keyboards on hand that reflect his design, which he says is more efficient than the QWERTY layout.
Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
Not everyone sees the need to move away from QWERTY. Ergonomically friendly keyboards, such as this one from Microsoft, are a staple of cubicle life.
This variation on the standard QWERTY keyboard is intended for people with vision problems. This is the Keys-U-See model from The Key Connection.