Kinesis Freestyle2 Split Keyboard

Kinesis Freestyle2 Split Keyboard with palm supports

Kinesis Freestyle2 Split Keyboard separated

Kinesis introduces the new Freestyle2 ergonomic split keyboard. With adjustable front splay and complete separation, the flexible Freestyle2 can be adjusted to each individual’s unique body type – from petite to large frame. As you can see in the picture, the split keyboard has two modules, which are connected together by a flexible pivot tether allowing an infinite range of splay and greatly reducing ulnar deviation. Yet, the keyboard can be completely separated, by up to 9 inches, by releasing the pivot tether. There is also a version that allows 20 inches of separation.

Kinesis Freestyle2 Split Keyboard pivor tether

The Freestyle2 has a slim profile and has a zero degree slope which minimizes the height, effectively creating negative slope and reducing wrist extension. The split keyboard utilizes a quiet, low-force, tactile membrane key switch, and has double wide Delete and Escape keys, embedded 10-key, volume control and calculator keys, and diverless hot keys for commonly used mouse actions such as copy, cut, paste.

The standard version of Kinesis Freestyle2 with 9 inch separaion is priced at $99. The 20-inch separation version costs $139. Kinesis also release the optional Palm Supports for $24.99 and the VIP3 (V-Lifter and Integrated Palm Supports, 3 angles) accessory kit for tenting the keyboard with palm supports.

Kinesis Freestyle2 Split Keyboard combined

Kinesis Freestyle2 Split Keyboard with palm supports

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