Time for a break!
you are working healthily
time for a break
you missed a break

Time for a break!

Ergonomic Break keyboards

A stiff neck or back is often a signal to get moving. When you take a break and take time to do something else, you recharge. Your muscles relax. Your blood flow is restored and you get refreshed.

R-Go Break keyboards help you to take short breaks

The keyboard includes an LED pause indicator controlled by the R-Go Break software. This LED changes colour, like a traffic light. When the LED turns green, it means you are working healthily. Orange indicates it is time for a short break and red means you have missed a break. This gives you positive feedback on your working behaviour.


Ergonomic keyboard

  • With integrated break indicator
  • Ultra-thin for better blood circulation
  • Light keystroke for less muscle tension
  • Split Break: 2 parts for maximum freedom
  • Prevents reaching for the mouse
  • Lightweight and easy to carry
  • Available as wired and wireless
  • Available in different layouts

Ultimate freedom

Ergonomic split keyboard

The R-Go Split keyboard consists of two separate parts, which you can place on your desktop in any desired set-up. This way, you experience maximum freedom. By separating the parts, you prevent annoying flexing of the wrists.

Typing with straight wrists reduces muscle tension in forearms and hands and ensures that tendons and blood vessels are not oppressed. The built-in magnet allows you to transform the two separate parts of the keyboard into a compact keyboard with just one movement.

Ergonomic compact design

Healthy working everywhere

The compact design prevents sideways reaching for the mouse. When using keyboard and mouse simultaneously, your hands always stay within shoulder width. This gives your shoulders, elbows and wrists a natural, relaxed position, preventing annoying strain injuries such as CANS (Complaints of Arms Neck and Shoulders). Do you need to enter numbers regularly? Then use our separate numeric: the R-Go Numpad Break. Choose to operate it with left or right and put it aside when you don’t need it for a while.

Another great benefit of our compact keyboards. You can easily take them anywhere. So you can work healthily anywhere!

Our keyboards are very thin, so blood vessels and tendons are not oppressed. The special scissor mechanism in the keys ensures a light keystroke, so less force is needed while typing.

Customer experiences


“Together with the tilted mouse and mouse pad, I notice that the symptoms of my wrist decrease. Very happy with it!”

Margreet V., via Ergowerken

“After a few days I had fully mastered the keyboard. I also feel the difference: after a working day, my shoulders are much less painful”

Gregory V., via Ergowerken


Frequently asked questions

Why doesn't the keyboard have a numeric part?

Our keyboards deliberately have a compact model without a numeric part on the right side. This allows you, even with right-handed mouse usage, to work within shoulder width. As a result, the shoulders are in a natural, relaxed position. However, a separate numeric keypad is available.

Why is the keyboard so thin?

The thinner the keyboard, the flatter the position of your wrists and hands while typing. This natural position reduces muscle tension and prevents annoying complaints such as CANS (Complaints of Arms Neck and Shoulders).

When should I choose a split keyboard?

Can you type blindly? Then the split keyboard is the best option. By separating the two parts, you can type with straight, relaxed wrists.

How do I make the best use of the break indicator on the keyboard?

Download the pause software here and personalise your breaks.

What different keyboard layouts are available?

Our keyboards are available in the following layouts: QWERTZ (DE), QWERTY (US), QWERTY (UK), QWERTY (Nordic), QWERTY (IT), AZERTY (FR) and AZERTY (BE).

Split ergonomic keyboards

Healthy and flexible

Chances are, as you read this, there is a standard keyboard in front of you on your desktop. Because although there are many different variants on the market, most people still use a standard model keyboard.
A keyboard based on an 1878 design by Christopher Latham Sholes! But those who think the split keyboard is a new hype are wrong.