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KEYBOARD GOLDTOUCH GO 2

SKU: E9805

$169.95 inc GST

Truly unique in design is the Goldtouch Split Keyboards.

Traditional flat key boards can put your wrist in an unnatural, upward, position leading to Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs), like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

The sloping angle of this keyboard allows your wrists to sit in a neutral or downward position. You will never want to go back to flat again!

The GOLDTOUCH GO 2 keyboard is a compact version of the Goldtouch Keyboard.

This compact size keyboard is light weight making it a perfect keyboard for travel.

The new design now folds in half so that it easily fits into your travel luggage whilst also protecting the keys from damage.

The GOLDTOUCH GO 2 KEYBOARD is also an excellent option for general office use where a compact split keyboard is required.

Size: 34.5cm wide x 15cm deep

System Requirements: USB connection for use on Windows and Mac systems. This product has a Mac switch on the underside for full compatibility.

Description

Do you require an ergonomic assessment for your work space?

Where an ergonomic assessment is required for your work space WA Library Supplies recommends using a qualified specialist. WorkFocus Australia is an independent company that provides these services.

WorkFocus Australia undertake Ergonomic (Workstation) Assessments to review an employee’s workstation in order to assist to reduce the risk of injury and maximise productivity.

The assessment can be brief or comprehensive in nature depending upon reported symptoms / diagnosis.

The aim of the Ergonomic Assessment is to review the current workstation, make recommendations regarding assistive equipment or work practice modifications that will assist a worker to recover from an injury or prevent aggravation of an injury and ensure maximum comfort at work.

All assessments are conducted by experienced Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists.

If you require further information please contact us

Request Ergonomic Assessment Information