Anyone using an Ergodox keyboard? If so I'd love to know your thoughts on the experience.
Was it difficult to adjust to? Have you found that you customize it a lot or just use the defaults? Are you happy to stick with it or are you looking to go back to a more classic layout?
@rho I’ve used an Ergodox Infinity for the past 3 years, it was a bit tricky to learn at first but my hands soon fell into the habit of using the thumb clusters. Mine has a slightly modified QWERTY layout and a few layers that make it easier to type Unicode characters and play games with one half. Swapped the keycaps out to learn to touch type as well.
The Infinity is USB-C for both computer connection and linking the hands but generally they use a TRRS cable to communicate.
@rho I used an ErgoDox EZ for two years, and would it not be for the Keyboardio Model 01, I'd still use it. It's a fantastic keyboard, highly recommended. It sold me on the split ergonomic design, and I can never go back to traditional (don't want to, either).
It was reasonably easy to get used to it (but I made it harder by switching to Dvorak at the same time), a couple of weeks. I spent _years_ customizing my layout, but I'm an outlier.
Happy to answer any questions you may have, too!
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