Kinesis has introduced the Freestyle Solo “split” keyboard. It’s priced at $99.
The Freestyle Solo can separate its two halves up to eight inches. Escape, Deleted and Backspace keys are double-wide to make them easier to find. The entire keyboard uses quiet tactile switches with special low force to reduce typing effort, according to the manufacturer.
Kinesis also offers a separate numeric keypad and palm supports. Other accessories include an incline accessory that adds a 10 degree lateral slope (“tenting”) to relax your forearm muscles. Kinesis also makes the V-Lifter and Integrated Palm Supports (or VIP) accessory.
The Freestyle Solo is plug-and-play compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 or later.