Freestyle 2 Solo Keyboard

Ultra thin design – Dramatically thinner than the original Freestyle Solo, the Freestyle2 is perfect for both office and travel use.

Accommodates a wide range of humans – From small to tall and body types in between, the Freestyle2 allows for maximum flexibility catering to each individual’s unique needs.

Narrow foot print for comfortable mousing and keying. – At only 15 3/8 inches wide the Freestyle2 provides for close placement of any pointing device reducing over reach issues.

Pivot Tether Both modules are connected together by a flexible pivot tether allowing an infinite range of splay and greatly reducing ulnar deviation.

Re-designed slide release button – The slide release button has been re-designed, making for an effortless disengagment of the pivot tether from the keyboard module.

Provides total separation of both keyboard modules – Disconnecting the privot tether allows up to 9 inches of complete separation of both left and right keying modules. Perfect for individual needs ranging from a narrow footprint to complete separation. This design greatly reduces and/or eliminates ulnar deviation one of the leading causes of discomfort and pain while typing.

Also Available is a Custom Version that Offers up 20 Inches of Separation.

Zero degree slope from front-to-back – Most keyboards including ergonomic models have a 10 degree positive slope from front to back. These designs tend to bend your wrists (extension). The Freestyle2 has a zero degree slope which minimizes the height, effectively creating negative slope and reducing wrist extension.

Optional palm supports – Optional padded palm supports reduce wrist extension by keeping wrists neutral.

Driverless hot keys – Driverless hot keys for commonly used mouse actions. (Internet Page Forward and Back, Undo, Web Home, Cut, Copy and Paste).

A Vertical Rib has Been Placed on the Inside Row of Hot Keys to Provide Tactile Notification to the User.

Embedded 10-key – Simply press the “Fn” key to toggle between the embedded 10-key and the alphanumeric keys. Kinesis offers an optional low-force keypad for intensive number crunchers.

Double wide Delete and Escape keys – The Kinesis Freestyle2 employs a double wide Delete and Escape keys making for an easier target for your fingers to press.

Volume control & calculator keys – Embedded Volume Up, Down, Mute and Calculator keys.

Familiar key layout – Familiar key layout provides for minimal adaptation time.

Quiet, tactile key switches – The Freestyle2 utilizes a quiet, low-force, tactile membrane key switch. The typical average maximum key force of a switch is 45 grams. This is at least 25% less than most traditional and many ergonomic keyboards such as the Microsoft 4000 with maximum key forces of over 60 grams.

Warranty – Two year limited warranty.