Kinesis Freestyle Pro

The best just got better

The award-winning Freestyle Pro keyboard offers the same advanced ergonomic features as our popular Freestyle2, but with the additional benefits of powerful onboard programmability and premium Cherry MX brown mechanical key switches (low-force, tactile feedback).

The Freestyle Pro is pre-configured for Windows use (Layout 1), but Mac users can simply toggle to Layout 2 with the touch of button and install the 4 included Mac keycaps. Layout 3 is pre-configured for Dvorak typists, but any of the 9 layouts can be customized using the onboard shortcuts or the easy-to-use SmartSetTM Programming App.

The SmartSet App is preloaded on the keyboard and doesn’t get installed on your computer. The Freestyle Pro also features an adjustable linking cable so everyone can find their comfort zone.

Product code

KB900

Features

Cherry MX (Brown) Low-force, tactile key switches

The Freestyle Pro utilizes the Cherry MX low-force tactile switch (brown stem). It is a semi-custom low force tactile design created in 1992 to Kinesis’ specifications. “Tactility” is a slightly elevated force around the midpoint of the key stroke which signals when the switch is about to be activated.

A tactile response is preferred by many ergonomists because it can reduce the frequency of “bottoming out” the switch and reduce unnecessary impacts to your fingertips. The peak (tactile) force is ~55gm, following by an activation force of ~45 gm.

Adjustable linking cable accommodates a wide range of individuals

The two key modules are connected by a 51cm linking cable that can be adjusted to suit your body type, desktop space, and typing preferences.

The basic configuration allows up to 30.5cm of separation. If you need additional separation, simply remove the cable compartment cover located on the back of the left key module and thread out more cable until you find your desired width.

Zero degree slope form factor

The Freestyle Pro features a zero degree slope from front to back for maximum comfort.
Most keyboards, even ergonomic models, have a 10 degree positive slope.
Positive slope keyboards tend to bend your wrists backwards, but the Freestyle Pro’s zero degree slope keeps your wrists neutral to reduce painful wrist extension.

Hot Keys

The Freestyle Pro features 8 pre-programmed hotkeys (Desktop, Last App, Select All, Undo, Cut, Delete, Copy & Paste) designed to reduce mouse clicks and awkward key combinations.

Features

Dimensions

Width

394mm

Depth

184mm

Height

32mm

Adjustable linking cable length

305mm – 546mm

USB cable length

1.8m

Downloads

Image Gallery

Kinesis Freestyle Pro

Kinesis Freestyle Pro

The best just got better

The award-winning Freestyle Pro keyboard offers the same advanced ergonomic features as our popular Freestyle2, but with the additional benefits of powerful onboard programmability and premium Cherry MX brown mechanical key switches (low-force, tactile feedback).

The Freestyle Pro is pre-configured for Windows use (Layout 1), but Mac users can simply toggle to Layout 2 with the touch of button and install the 4 included Mac keycaps. Layout 3 is pre-configured for Dvorak typists, but any of the 9 layouts can be customized using the onboard shortcuts or the easy-to-use SmartSetTM Programming App.

The SmartSet App is preloaded on the keyboard and doesn’t get installed on your computer. The Freestyle Pro also features an adjustable linking cable so everyone can find their comfort zone.

Product code

KB900

Features

Cherry MX (Brown) Low-force, tactile key switches

The Freestyle Pro utilizes the Cherry MX low-force tactile switch (brown stem). It is a semi-custom low force tactile design created in 1992 to Kinesis’ specifications. “Tactility” is a slightly elevated force around the midpoint of the key stroke which signals when the switch is about to be activated.

A tactile response is preferred by many ergonomists because it can reduce the frequency of “bottoming out” the switch and reduce unnecessary impacts to your fingertips. The peak (tactile) force is ~55gm, following by an activation force of ~45 gm.

Adjustable linking cable accommodates a wide range of individuals

The two key modules are connected by a 51cm linking cable that can be adjusted to suit your body type, desktop space, and typing preferences.

The basic configuration allows up to 30.5cm of separation. If you need additional separation, simply remove the cable compartment cover located on the back of the left key module and thread out more cable until you find your desired width.

Zero degree slope form factor

The Freestyle Pro features a zero degree slope from front to back for maximum comfort.
Most keyboards, even ergonomic models, have a 10 degree positive slope.
Positive slope keyboards tend to bend your wrists backwards, but the Freestyle Pro’s zero degree slope keeps your wrists neutral to reduce painful wrist extension.

Hot Keys

The Freestyle Pro features 8 pre-programmed hotkeys (Desktop, Last App, Select All, Undo, Cut, Delete, Copy & Paste) designed to reduce mouse clicks and awkward key combinations.

Features

Dimensions

Width

394mm

Depth

184mm

Height

32mm

Adjustable linking cable length

305mm – 546mm

USB cable length

1.8m

Downloads

Image Gallery

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