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I have a totally different use case than I think most other people here: severe RSI. I plan on using the textblade as my main keyboard. The idea of a keyboard like the Textblade has always fascinated me, and I even looked into stenographer type keyboards as a possibility of reducing strain. The Textblade seems to reduce reaching even more than my current Kinesis Advantage and should allow me to work longer. This brings me to my question-
To those who have used the Textblade in person, how is the strength of the magnets holding the device components together?
Everything else about the keyboard seems excellent to me, but I have concerns that it may be possible to separate the blades under heavy typing use (ex: not pushing straight down on the keys, twisting wrist to move fingers), which would cut off typing until reattached.
If it comes down to it, I could probably stick some velcro on the back in order to anchor it to my desk, but it’d be nice to know!