Logitech Wave delivers curvy keyboard comfort

Good news two-fingered QWERTY stabbers! Turns out your feeble finger prodding may not be the fault of your general failings as a human being but rathe

Good news two-fingered QWERTY stabbers! Turns out your feeble finger prodding may not be the fault of your general failings as a human being but rather down to the age-old design of our computer keyboards.Seems Logitech's been doing a bit of ergonomic research and come up with the solution – the cordless Wave. Unlike previous attempts as keyboard revolution, it doesn’t split the keys in two, but rather distributes them in a wavy pattern – which is probably where they got the name.The curved key arrangement means dainty wrists don't have to contort themselves as the fingers tap away, while the cushioned palm rest should avert the dreaded RSI. Naturally there's also the usual slew of shortcut keys to generally hasten the desktop experience.We've been giving it a quick run through and can report a pleasurable typing experience was had by all. You can find out for yourself from next month when it goes on sale with a fetching wireless mouse.EssentialsLogitech Cordless Desktop WavePrice: £70On sale: AugustContact: LogitechRelated stories:Logitech Nano mouse incites dongle desireLogitech mouse gets waved like a wandThe keyboard gets sexy