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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
CMV: The numpad should be on the left of the keyboard. [R]1 year, 4 months agoLearnedButt posted submission on changemyview.
June 19, 2018
This one makes me so annoyed.
I argue that the upsides of having the numpad on the left of the keyboard far outweigh it being on the right. For context, I generally use a tenkeyless keyboard with a separate numpad on the left. Lets look at some scenarios:
-You're typing. Two hands on the keyboard. It is equally convenient to reach it on the left or right. However, it is quicker to have it on the left since you don't have to reach over the arrow keys.
-You need to enter just numbers. One hand is on the mouse, the other on your home row or WASD. ***WHY*** should you have to take your hand off of the mouse to type numbers? It makes no sense and its so much slower.
-You're gaming, and want to use your numpad for macros. Forget about it. You have to take your hand off the mouse. If it were on the left, you could access it more quickly, even reaching a pinky over. This also applies to video editing. If you use Premiere like I do, you probably need shortcuts. The numpad is perfect for this, but only if its on the left side. When I edit, I rest my hand on the numpad entirely. This couldn't be done if it was on the right.
Another point: Having it on the left allows you to have your hands closer together, which is more ergonomic and comfortable.
I understand its better for left handed people, but most of us are right handed, so most keyboards should be too.
I am very passionate about this topic for no reason. Convince me that this isn't completely stupid.
June 19, 2018
Assuming you type correctly, your fingers should be on the home keys. If you need to do some data entry with some numbers (the actual purpose of the numpad, not gaming), it's far easier to move your dominant hand there, type the data in, and find your way back to home because your dominant hand has greater dexterity.
If you are gaming, you can bind your keys however you like. There is nothing that says "w" has to be forward but convention.
As for video editing, that's too specialized and you should either get a specialized keyboard (they make them) or use a separate numberpad (they make them) you can place on the left. The most common use for a keyboard is in an office environment used by right hand dominant people. For this it works well. If that's not how you use it, or you are a lefty, then they make keyboards to suit your needs.
My pcmr friend is left-handed and can't find keyboards and mouse made especially for lefties in the mainstream brand. Any idea? [R]2 years, 1 month agoOct. 12, 2017
Oct. 12, 2017
For the record, "left handed" keyboards do exist, they're just not that common. The only real difference is the numpad/arrow keys/etc are moved to the left. Note, I put left handed in quotes there because it really is a matter of perspect. The QWERTY layout isn't a problem for left/right handed, it's where everything else is that creates problems.
"I'm not an idiot, I'm not gonna fall for that one." [R]3 years, 10 months agoJan. 16, 2016
"Low FPS intolerance is a disability, like colour blindness" [R]3 years, 10 months agoAstec123 posted submission on pcmasterrace.
Dec. 21, 2015
Dec. 21, 2015
They exist strangely enough.
Image of the keyboard for any non believers
One to buy
A Mouseless Computer Keyboard for Left Handers [R]4 years, 11 months agotms10000 posted submission on gadgets.
Dec. 5, 2014
Dec. 6, 2014
There are a few: