What are Wireless Keyboards?
A Wireless Keyboard is a keyboard which
uses a wireless connection to send
keystrokes to the computer. This can
be bluetooth, radio frequency (RF) or
What are Potential Concerns when
Considering a Wireless Keyboard?
What are the Ergonomic Benefits of a
ergonomic benefit arises from the
convenience of being able to reposition
the keyboard on the workspace somewhat
more easily than a corded keyboard.
Most Wireless Keyboards will drop characters
when a faster typist attempts to use them
due to a combination of the type
mechanism used and issues
than can arise from the wireless technology
including signal loss, signal lag,
interference and battery issues.
For What Types of Tasks / Users are
Wireless Keyboards Suitable?
The only really suitable application for
Wireless Keyboards is for casual computer
use in an armchair or sofa, or for mobile
workstations. In most cases in
traditional offices, by simply getting a
keyboard cable extension, adding a USB hub
or repositioning the computer case
individuals can achieve similar convenience
benefits to that afforded by a Wireless
Keyboard without any of the drawbacks.
What Physical Injuries or Conditions
Typically Benefit from Wireless Keyboards?
Wireless Keyboards don't really provide any
direct benefit to any condition, they purely
provide a degree of convenience for some