Hardware and computer peripheral manufacturer Spire has this week introduced a new ergonomic mechanical keyboard in the form of the world’s first Tenkeyless (TKL) mechanical gaming keyboard aptly named the Spire Ergo. The design of the Ergo keyboard splits the QWERTY keyset into two halves which are angled with vital keys individually positioned within the middle of the keyboard.
Spire is expected to make the mechanical keyboard available very soon from both its official website available via the link below and authorised resellers worldwide. The Spire Ergo will be priced at $80 and is equipped with Cherry MX mechanical switches combined with RGB LED illuminated keycaps.
If the ergonomics are high on your priority list you may also be interested in the company’s range of sit and standing tables which are available to purchase. “The Ergo Sit-Stand desk from Spire is part of the complete ergonomic solution of your office or home desk setup. This new table enables you to alternate between postures more frequently throughout the day and to be more aware of your behaviour during the tasks that you partake on the computer. Spire believes in the physical and mental fitness of desk workers. The Spire Sit-Stand desk is default equipped with dual motor that is powerful and of high quality. Powered by innovation and backed by 2 years warranty.”
For more information on the full range of Spire hardware, keyboards and accessories jump over to the official Spire website by following the link below.Filed Under: Gaming News, Hardware, Top News