Adesso Tru-Form Ergonomic Keyboard 308UB

Mfg.Part: PCK-308UB | CDW Part: 1248859 | UNSPSC: 43211706
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Product Details
  • Form Pro PCK-308UB
  • Keyboard
  • USB
  • 105 keys
  • ergonomic
  • touchpad
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Main Features
  • Form Pro PCK-308UB
  • Keyboard
  • USB
  • 105 keys
  • ergonomic
  • touchpad
Introducing the Tru-Form Pro by Adesso. Its contoured, split key design for ergonomic comfort with a Built in Touchpad acts as your mouse. Touchpad includes Left and Right mouse buttons and built-in wrist support. Integrated touchpad eliminates the need for a mouse and saves valuable desk space. The Adesso Tru-Form Pro has multimedia keys that make this keyboard a comfortable, multi-featured keyboard that combines a host of Windows and Multimedia keys in a comfortable ergonomic design.

Adesso Tru-Form Pro PCK-308UB is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from One out of two ain't bad, but it ain't good, either I ordered two keyboards. The first will not print a Capital A, and when I push the www. button, I get a string of ……s that I have to cut off with a keystroke and then backspace. The other works well, in the style that I find in this wonderful keyboard.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Key board is awesome I had this key board previously and loved it. This key board helps my shoulder by having the mouse in the middle of the key board.
Date published: 2018-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for the price I have been using this for 2 years at work, 5 days a week. Originally settled on this because I could not find the Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard. this has been a reliable workhorse and the special keys (home, Farites, email, volume/mute) work even without specialty drivers - except pause/stop don't work with Google music.I would buy this again.The one thing I would change is to make the touch pad bigger. I end up using a trackball and rarely use the touchpad. Might be a user learning curve thing.
Date published: 2017-09-08
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