why is there no tenkeyless keyboard with a wrist rest?

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Salmon_, Jan 11, 2020.

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  1. Salmon_

    Salmon_ New Member

    Many people, including myself, have never found a use for the numpad and therefore would much rather buy a tenkeyless keyboard than a full-sized one.
    Naturally, razer's huntsman tournament edition caught my eye, not only because of the tenkeyless design but also because of the linear optical switches. However, there are two things that I and others find that the keyboard is missing. First of all, a wrist rest.
    I am currently using the razer ornata, and the wrist rest is one of the things that no only made me buy it in the first place, but also what makes me enjoy it so much. I would love to see a wrist rest, like the one on the full-sized huntsman elite, to be added on to the huntsman tournament edition.
    There is, of course, the work-around to this which is to buy a separate one. However, not only does razer not sell wrist rests for their tournament edition keyboards, the huntsman tournament edition is not even available for other keyboard layouts. This means that, for example, Swedish people like me wouldn't even be able to use it for writing in their language.

    conclusion:
    If razer made a tenkeyless keyboard with linear optical switches (much like their huntsman tournament edition), and that comes with a wrist-rest, different switch options (for those who prefer tactile ones) and with the option of different keyboard layouts, I and probably many others, would buy it without hesitation.
     
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