I was visiting an old friend yesterday and he was showing me his office. He's a programmer and was having issues with wrist pain after putting in long hours. he searched up the most ergonomic solution possible for a keyboard and found this: it's called a DataHand.
This particular unit is older maybe from the late 80s early 90s. They surface on eBay every now and then and you can get a system for about $1,500. Instead of a standard keyboard that gives a lot of resistance to your fingers when you push down, this uses a series of magnets that makes it so that when you push up down left or right it is really easy. My friend describes it like when you are in the middle of working in your in the groove it's almost like a wave. It sounds very poetic to me. He considered it an added bonus that it is Dvorak tile and not Qwerty. To each their own! It sounds intriguing.
Does anyone here use an alternative keyboard layout or hardware? I find this stuff so fascinating.