Why Not Follow Our Fingers?
X-Bows was designed to limit the stress on your hands and wrists while also providing a productive and stylish typing experience.
Our cross-linear design allows your wrists to sit at their natural angle while you type. Our key columns naturally align to the extension of your fingers. These combine to allow you to type for longer, with greater comfort.
By moving the most frequently used modifier keys into the middle of the keyboard, we reduce how often you need to move your wrist while typing. This dramatically reduces fatigue over extended typing sessions.
Easy to Learn
Utilizing the standard QWERTY arrangement, there is no need to memorize a different layout. Redundant modifier keys on the right side acts as "training wheel" keys, which you can still fall back on.
New users have reported adjusting to the ergonomic design in under a week, some in as little as two days. We are confident this is one of the lowest learning curve ergonomic keyboards on the market.
Materials used in manufacturing X-Bows have been carefully selected. The aluminum structure creates a solid feel with minimal board flex. Rubber feet ensure the board won't slip during typing.
Our keycaps are double injection molded (PC+ABS plastic) that will never fade with use. The transparent characters allow users to see what keys they are hitting even in the dark.
Deck out in your choice of highly reliable Gateron mechanical switches. Guaranteed to provide both a satisfying typing experience and powerful gaming performance.
Supported driver software allows users to program macros, key remappings and RGB light settings directly onto the X-Bows' onboard storage. Take your setup with you at all times!
I received my X-bows keyboard earlier this week and have been very satisfied with the product. I’m absolutely in love with the switches and beautiful design.
I highly recommend this if you've had to deal with a broken hand and don't want to give up your heavy diet of editing and gaming.
I've had my keyboard for a couple of weeks and it's one of -- if not "the" -- best keyboards out there.
The build quality is great and switches feel great. It'll definitely take some work to adjust to it, but after spending an hour on it, I can already tell a difference.
I can confirm that the keyboard looks and feels amazing.
I received a unit a while back, and am still using it today - to type this in fact - It is by far the best keyboard I have used.
I had really bad typing habits before and this keyboard is now sort of forcing me to type properly, which is really nice.
I find the X-Bows is forcing me to correct my [typing] technique. When proper touch typing is used (which I never learned till now), it's very enjoyable to use.