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August 14, 2004 Show:   Topic: Ergonomic Keyboards  Guest: Henry Webber and Mary Webber
TypeMatrix, Inc. designs and markets innovative personal technology peripherals that offer a luxury experience at affordable prices. The company's flagship product is the patent-pending TypeMatrix EZ-Reach (TM), the first mass-market computer keyboard to significantly reduce the motions known to cause repetitive strain injury.

CEO Henry Webber and Co-founder Mary Webber of TypeMatrix discuss ergonomic keyboards. The TypeMatrix EZ-Reach keyboard addresses ergonomic considerations by redesigning the keyboard layout, configuration, and distance between letters while maintaining a full sized key all in a sleeker package. The unit is available for both QWERTY and Dvorak users and plugs right in for use under multiple operating systems.
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