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The best ergonomic keyboards of this 2020

As natural as it might seem to the word creators among us, writing puts your hands and grimaces in an unnatural position. Poor posture over time can cause pain in the wrists, elbows, neck, and back. The best ergonomic keyboards help prevent such positioning problems to ease discomfort and promote healthy posture habits.

A person's hands on the Logitech Ergo K860 curved keyboard on a desk, one of the best ergonomic keyboards

Our favorite choice is Logitech Ergo K860, with its padded palmrest and curved design, but we have many other options for all budgets. If you prioritize wrist comfort, key functionality, wireless connectivity, or any other vital feature, read on for recommendations.

The best ergonomic keyboards.

The best

Logitech Ergo K860

The hands of a person on the Logitech Ergo K860 keyboard on a tableJohn Velasco / Digital Trends

The best ergonomic keyboard you can buy right now is the Logitech Ergo K860.

Unlike other keyboards on this list, it has what Logitech calls a "split curved keyframe." This means that the keyboard is not flat, but is raised at the front and rear ends. This design provides more comfort by allowing your hands to rest in a natural position as you type. The super comfortable wrist pad contains three layers of material to help reduce stress on the wrists.

This keyboard is wireless like most and works on multiple platforms. Bluetooth connects the peripheral to three devices simultaneously, outperforming the others on our list.

The rest

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

While the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard may not be the most stylish model, it is comfortable for the arms.

It features a curved, padded palm rest to support users' grimaces as they type. The angular design of the keyboard keeps the grimaces in a neutral position, since the keys are arranged in curves to emulate the curvature of human fingers.

The Microsoft keyboard lacks customization options, but it's a simple, reliable, and fairly inexpensive option to boot. Its price is currently very affordable, only $ 66 dollars on Amazon, which makes it even better.

Logitech K350

Logitech K350

If you want a keyboard with a few more bells and whistles, the Logitech K350 may be the right choice.

This keyboard is wireless, eliminating at least one of the annoying cables that cover the surface of your desktop. It is based on just two AA batteries, but promises an "extended" battery life of up to three years.

The K350's padded palm rest and wavy keys gently cradle your hands. They are complemented by a solid construction that ensures that the keyboard survives frequent trips. The function keys are also fully programmable using the free Logitech software.

Kinesis Freestyle2

Kinesis Freestyle2

For those who want even more comfort combined with an extremely unique design, the Kinesis Freestyle2 is your ticket to ergonomic goodness.

Available for both Mac and Windows, it offers a two-piece design, allowing users to place both hands and each half as they see fit.

The Freestyle2 connects wirelessly to your computer, Android or iOS device via Bluetooth. Although it doesn't have the prettiest keys, the freedom to adjust the two halves is an excellent (and unique) feature. A single cable measuring nine inches connects these two halves by default, but Kinesis also offers a version with 20-inch spacing.