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Left Handed Keyboards

Left handed keyboards place the numeric keypad on the left hand side of the keyboard. This allows the left handed opertor to use their dominant hand on the keypad. It also reduces the reach for right handed mouse users while maintaining a full 104 key keyboard.

If you are looking for a left handed keyboard, another solution is to purchase a compact or a separated keyboard along with a discrete numeric keypad. Position the keypad to the left of the keyboard (thus creating a left handed keyboard). This gives you the option of repositioning the numeric keypad, but having the ability to move the keypad away when not needed). A good option for this would be the Kinesis Freestyle2 keyboard the Evoluent Essentials Full Featured Compact Keyboard or the Scissor-Switch Compact Keyboard with a Kinesis Low Force Tactile Numeric Keypad.

Kinesis Solo with Keypad

Kinesis Freestyle2 with Numeric Keypad

Evoluent Reduced Reach Right-Handed Keyboard

by Evoluent
Click here for the Evoluent Reduced Reach Right-Handed Keyboard. Evoluent Reduced Reach Right-Handed Keyboard

Left Handed USB-PS/2 Keyboard

by DSI
Click here for the Left Handed USB-PS/2 Keyboard. Left Handed USB-PS/2 Keyboard

Left Handed 'A' Style Keyboard

by A4Tech
Click here for the Left Handed 'A' Style Keyboard. Left Handed 'A' Style Keyboard

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