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Left handed computer keyboards – numeric pads

Left handed keyboard usb numeric padIf you want to use the number block for your computer keyboard left-handed but cannot get hold of a custom keyboard, a separate numeric keypad can be a great help – you can position it to the left of your standard keyboard so you can use it left handed when you want to and also have the standard position available to use right-handed if you are writing at the same time.

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5 comments on “Left handed computer keyboards – numeric pads
  1. Teresa Toscano says:

    But it’s not a mirror image of a right handed one. I need to be able to press numbers 1, 4, and 7 with my index (pointer) finger and numbers 3, 6, and 9 with my ring finger on my left hand. Like I would with my right hand on a right handed 10 key pad. Just moving a standard 10 key pad to the left of my keyboard will not make it a left hand 10 key pad. It will still be a right handed key pad moved to the left. When I mouse with my left hand I switch the left and right clicks on my mouse. I don’t just move the mouse over.

  2. Eddie Clarke says:

    I am looking for a pad that just has the direction arrows on it. So I ca position it where I like when gaming…

    Any ideas

  3. Iona Johnston says:

    It looks like a really good product. Would it be a long keyboard that has all the letters on it? Apart from that I really like it. Fromthe description of it, it sounds quite handy for us left handers.

  4. Char says:

    This is NOT a left-handed keypad! It’s a right-handed key pad that can be positioned to the left of a regular keyboard. Any left-handed person who has been trained on a right-handed keyboard will TOTALLY have to re-learn keying because all the fingering is wrong!

    • Teresa says:

      Exactly! I need my index finger to hit the 1, 4, and 7 key and my ring finger to hit the 3, 6, and 9 keys. Moving over and right handed 10 key pad to the left side will not make it a left handed 10 key pad. Why don’t right-handed people get this?