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On ergonomic keyboards again

Following up on my review of three ergonomic keyboards last year, I pass along now Marco Arment's review of the Matias Ergo Pro Keyboard, which he's liking. From the features he describes, it sounds similar to theThe Goldtouch Go!2 keyboard I've been using, but with some differences, including one that would drive me crazy.

[T]he Ergo Pro’s two halves are physically separate and connected by a cable. This is a mixed bag: it provides flexibility, but it’s also frustrating to have no way to lock in your preferred setting, leaving you to figure it out again whenever it’s moved.

It does come with wrist pads, though, which are nice. Me, I'm sticking with the Goldtouch, but I thought I'd pass this along in case this new offering strikes someone's fancy. Preorder links are in Marco's post.