Sentey Crimson Pro Continued
Extending the feet for normal use is advised. Not only does it make the keys easier to see for visual typists, but it also allows a much better angle of attack to the keys, so they don't feel like they are falling away from you like they do when you use it flat.
Moving around to the back edge, we now see the pair of USB 2.0 ports, and the audio pass through jacks to help add some distance to the cables that usually have to reach from the PC to you. Also, just off to the right, there is the braided USB 2.0 cable coming out of the back of the keyboard.
The rest of the cabling is also sleeved up to the retention block that likely offers a ferrite choke as well. As the cable separates into its three leads, those are also sleeved all the way down to the plastic and gold plated connections.
Under the keyboard, we find rubber pads at the leading edge, one on either side of where the wrist support clips into. The back edge uses tiny pads just behind the extendable feet to keep this keyboard stable.
When we extend the feet, we find that they are also rubberized at the end to ensure stability. We do still wish they were oriented side to side, since it would be a better option to keep them from accidentally collapsing.
The last image we have at this point is of the Crimson Pro with its wrist support attached to it. It covers the keyboard fully from side to side, offers a rubberized feel to it, and slopes gently to better support the hands that are using it.
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