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Logitech ERGO K860: ergonomics, comfort and up to 10 million taps

13 April 2021, Tuesday By M. Konwar

Logitech has introduced a new keyboard that makes long-term typing much more comfortable. All the keys, as well as the shape of the gadget, are designed in such a way as to minimize the load on the wrists and provide them with support to eliminate muscle tension.

Logitech ERGO K860

The curved stand with soft cushioning places the forearms directly above the keyboard, providing 54% more support for the wrists and 25% less flexion. The adjustable palm rest keeps the wrists in a natural position regardless of whether the user is standing or sitting. The ERGO K860 keyboard is certified by United States Ergonomics, thoroughly tested, and designed for 10 million keystrokes.

Logitech ERGO K860

At the same time, the user can adjust the palm lift by changing the tilt of the keyboard legs. The manufacturer has provided three positions: without tilt, with an inclination of -4° or -7°.

"We know that most people spend between a quarter and a third of their lives at work, so it's very important to feel comfortable in the office. We have created a scientific-based ergonomic keyboard to help office workers improve their posture, increase comfort levels, and reduce muscle strain. The ERGO K860 is designed and tested according to the criteria set by leading ergonomics experts, making typing much more convenient without compromising performance." - Lars Holm Lauridsen, Senior Global Product Manager, Logitech.

A wireless connection is available for the gadget both via Bluetooth and using the supplied receiver. Two AAA batteries are responsible for the autonomy of the keyboard. The K860 is compatible with Mac and Windows platforms. In addition, users can instantly switch from one screen to another when using a mouse that supports Logitech Flow technology. In this way, you can work with multiple devices at once, using a single set of mouse and keyboard.

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