X-Bows founder, Dr. Sigo Wang, is a medical doctor, specialized in medical imaging. In his practice, Dr. Wang was seeing a similar injury over and over again. Office workers, writers, and programmers were repeatedly coming to him complaining of pain, weakness and fatigue in their hands, wrists, forearms and shoulders. These are the easily identifiable symptoms of RSI- repetitive strain injury, caused by stress on joints from typing for prolonged hours on a standard keyboard. Dr. Wang sought to find a preventative solution for his patients.
Over many months of determining the medical strengths and weaknesses of other ergonomic keyboards both past and present, Dr. Wang began to form his own opinion about the ideal design for a computer keyboard. The problem with ordinary keyboards was obvious to Dr. Wang - they weren’t designed to conform to the natural structure of people’s hands. The problem with the ergonomic keyboards currently on the market was simply that people were not using them. Dr. Wang recognized that the main deterrent of most ergonomic keyboards was the steep learning curve; most workers did not have the free time to spend weeks or months learning how to type on a new, often radically different keyboard layout.
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If you type a lot (most of us do) then why not optimize your setup to make it more comfortable? With the X-Bows mechanical keyboard, you can reduce stress on the wrists and type at a more natural angle. Designed with angled alphas that veer towards the center, the keyboard allows your wrists to relax, which is great for long days at work and intense gaming sessions. To make things even easier, the modifier keys like enter and backspace are front and center, which reduces stress on the pinkie. Aside from layout, the keyboard is programmable as well. That means you can change individual keys to commands and macros—not to mention the board has adjustable RGB backlighting with 15 different modes to set the tone on your desktop.