The repetitive motions associated with data entry can put a big strain on fingers, wrists, joints and nerves. Whether you make frequent calculations, or only perform number-intensive tasks once in awhile, an external numeric keypad is an excellent way to speed you through the data entry process and protect yourself from Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs) like carpal tunnel syndrome.
While some external keyboards may include a numeric keypad on the right side of the board, this is less than ideal for both left-handed users and right-handed users, who can’t easily reach the keypad where it’s anchored. In addition, a built in numeric keypad on the right side of your keyboard forces many users to position their mouse outside of normal range of motion.
2 USB Hubs (for lower power devices, mice, USB memory sticks)
Compatibility: Windows 7, XP, Vista, Windows 8/8.1 & 10
Width (cm): 42
Depth (cm): 17.8
Height (cm): 2.5