Fujitsu subsidiary PFU (EMEA) Limited is launching its Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional2 (HHKB Pro2) in Europe.
Designed with programmers in mind, it boasts an ‘excellent typing experience’, an ergonomic design and options for customisation. The keyboard also uses a reduced layout with fewer keys to offer a rapid typing experience.
Born out of the research from Japanese computer scientist, Professor Eiiti Wada, the compact keyboard features the following:
- 60 key compact build - hands can stay on the home row Reduced layout - more ergonomic than traditional keyboards
- HHKB Pro2 features the smoothest, most refined switches on the market
- Pleasingly unique sound while typing
- Black/dark grey colour scheme gives it a classic minimalistic appearance
- Printed keycaps feature dye-sublimated legends that will not rub off
- High quality materials - eliminating any creaking or flexing
- Rubber domes underneath the keys provide smooth feedback and extend their lifespan to over 30 million keystrokes
- No number-pad - users can bring their mouse closer to hand
- Fully compatible with PC or Mac
- 1.8 meter long cable can be detached
- Users can customise key behaviour to meet personal preferences by using DIP-switches
- Keyboard slope can be adjusted
- Two USB ports
The Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional2 is now available direct from PFU in EMEA from https://www.hhkeyboard.com at just £259.99* or €289.99* and includes a two year manufacturer warranty.
*Prices at time of writing.