Kinesis Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac

  • Kinesis Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac
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Pros:

  • Ergonomic design without sacrificing Mac functionality, Two different ergonomic accessories, Dedicated media and Maccentric keys.
  • True ergonomic design in a Mac-focused keyboard; choice of ergonomic mounts; many media and special-function keys; dedicated editing keys; no third-party software drivers required.

Cons:

  • Lack of number pad, Somewhat mushy keys.
  • No numeric keypad; cant lock keyboard halves in position without optional ergonomic mount; keys slightly mushy; F-keys run together on one line; home, end, page up, and page down keys oddly placed; no right-hand control key.

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By ConnectReviews on

Ergonomic keyboards have been a popular staple in the office, and not many of them have been made specifically for the Mac platform. Today Ill be taking a look at the newest one for the Mac, the Kinesis Freestyle Solo.In addition to being an...

By Macworld on 80

If youre looking for a true ergonomic keyboard, Kinesis Freestyle Solo offers a good design, multiple mounting options, and lots of useful, made-for-Mac features without the need for third-party software drivers. Although it has a few...