Congratulations on your new Kinesis keyboard! Switching to a new keyboard, especially an ergonomic one, can be intimidating. This series of guides will help you get up and running quickly.
As a software engineer, you write thousands of lines of code each day, so taking care of your hands is essential to a long and successful career. It’s important to choose your peripherals wisely!
Ergonomic keyboards and mice are not medical treatments, but Kinesis peripherals are engineered to address the most common risk factors for typing and mousing.
This article highlights the role of the Neural System and neurogenic inflammation as an overlooked cause of pain related to chronic repetitive strain injuries, also known as RSI.
The QWERTY keyboard has been around so long that most people just take it for granted. But, as it turns out, many alternate layouts have been developed over the years.
Split keyboards are everywhere these days. This guide will explain the many benefits of using a split keyboard and provide helpful tips on what to look for if you are considering making the switch.
Programmable keyboards let you assign custom key actions, rearrange keys, record macros, and much more. Choose the right one to increase your comfort and boost your productivity.
If you’re new to the world of mechanical keyboards this guide will explain the different types of keyboard switches and help you choose the right mechanical switch.
Foot pedals are powerful tools that can boost productivity, eliminate awkward keystrokes, and cut down on repetitive motions. No matter your application, Kinesis has a foot pedal for you.
Tablets and smartphones are changing how and where we work. Here are some tips to keep you healthy and productive when you’re working remotely.
Learn how to set up your new keyboard, pointing device, chair, desk, and monitor. Plus get tips everyone can use to make their workspace more ergonomic, without breaking the bank.
At Kinesis, we love our iPhones, iPads, and Macbooks. But we also recognize that Apple’s design philosophy prioritizes the look of the device over its ergonomic functionality.
PC gamers spend more time in front of a computer screen than most office professionals, yet ergonomics is often an afterthought both for gamers themselves and hardware manufacturers.
Many popular keyboards, mice and gadgets are marketed as “ergonomic”, but informed consumers should learn to look beyond the label and judge for themselves.