You can type faster, type longer, and with far less fatigue on your hands, wrists, arms, neck and shoulders. With the Glove80, you can keep your hands and wrists in better health.
Let's take a look at Kevin's hands while he types.
Kevin is able to rest his palms on the palm rests while typing. He is keeping his arms and shoulders relaxed at all times.
This is only possible because:
In short, Glove80 helps you to type faster and longer without fatigue.
NOTE: Kevin chose the white clicky switches for his Glove80. Glove80s with red linear and brown tactile switches do not make the clicky sound.
Glove80 is wireless.
No wires are needed between the two halves, which helps you keep your desk clutter-free.
Glove80 can connect to 4 Bluetooth LE devices and 1 USB device at the same time. It is a breeze to switch between the connected devices. This feature is particularly useful if you have a personal and a work laptop, or if you need to type long documents and emails on tablets and phone.
Traditionally contoured keyboards are comfortable, but big, heavy and bulky. Taking one on the road was never much of an option. .
Each key on Glove80 shares the same keycap shape. This means that the labelled keycaps can be fully rearranged to match any layout you desire, whether that’s QWERTY, Colemak, Dvorak or your own unique creation.
Some users like to have the modifier keys (such as shift) on the pinky fingers and some others prefer them on the thumb.
Glove80 is designed by enthusiasts, for enthusiasts. It is important to us that everyone has the freedom to extend and expand Glove80, to make Glove80 completely theirs.
For custom mounts: Glove80 is specifically designed for custom mounts. Take off the feet of each leg, and you have access to standard-sized mounting bolts. Because of the 4 or 6 mounting bolts (depending on whether palm rests are used), the custom mount will be rock solid, and perfect for a chair mount, vertical mount, magnetic feet mount or anything you can come up with.
To arrive at the best ergonomic design, we believe the only way is to respect and to listen to our bodies, to determine what works and what doesn't. We did more than 500 different ergonomics experiments to find the perfect position and angle for each key.