Ergonomics gone crazy.
If you thought that Logitech’s MX Air mouse was interesting to look at, wait until you see its latest keyboard. Obvious jokes aside, the Cordless Desktop Wave is at the same time, both a strange and strangely appealing creation. Built on the, rather obvious, principle that not all fingers are the same length, the curves in the Wave’s design are intended to allow a more comfortable resting position for the user.
Of course that does rely on the user wanting to keep their hands in a ‘perfect’ touch typing position, but the principle is sound – if you do type in that way you should find the ergonomics very comfortable. Besides, it looks fantastic and everybody knows that style is far more important than substance. The only possible issue I see is that the cushioned hand-rest will either be a nice touch, or an irritation depending on your personal preferences.
Even better, though, is that you can get your hands on the Wave from late August for just 70 of our English pounds. All I can say is, if you for some reason don’t want one for your desk is: just look at it.
Logitech Wave homepage