//This split ergonomic keyboard looks like it’s ripped right from Starfield

This split ergonomic keyboard looks like it’s ripped right from Starfield

The gap between the keyboard’s two halves gives you so much room for activities (or a trackball). | Image: ZSA

Ever wonder what it might feel like to be an astronaut who’s concerned about avoiding carpal tunnel while working their nine-to-five desk job? Now there’s a keyboard to help you live that fantasy.

ZSA is today releasing another Space Age-looking mechanical keyboard: the $365 Voyager. Like the similarly priced Moonlander Mark I before it, the ZSA Voyager is a split ergonomic keyboard. It’s designed to relieve some wrist and shoulder stress by allowing you to type with your hands further apart than traditional boards, fine-tune the height and tenting angle of each side, and reduce the overall amount of movement necessary to type. But what’s unique to the Voyager is just how short and compact it is for an off-the-shelf keyboard.

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