September 4, 2017

The Freestyle Edge halves can be separated by as much as 20″, allowing users to accommodate the keyboard to fit their specific shoulder width or to allow for gamers to have their peripherals in-between for flight and racing sims. Read more

May 26, 2017

Overuse injuries in the wrist, arm, and neck are becoming a common problem for pro gamers, and teams are more focused on player wellness than ever before. Watch the video

May 26, 2017

As esports occupy a growing segment of the entertainment world, we’re going to have to start looking seriously at the toll these games take on their players. Read More

April 5, 2017

Although not exactly novel, split-design keyboards are relatively rare, which is why it’s notable that there’s a new contender raising Kickstarter funds to produce one focused on gaming. Read More

March 15, 2017

We haven’t really covered anything from the ergonomics fanatics at Kinesis. That’s a shame, because at varying times both our editor-in-chief Jeff and TR alumnus Geoff Gasior used Kinesis keyboards as daily drivers. Read More

March 15, 2017

Kinesis Corporation, the ergonomic keyboard leader, has announced the exciting new Freestyle Edge™, the first split mechanical keyboard designed specifically for PC gamers. Kinesis is taking their 25 years of experience building computer peripherals to launch Kinesis Gaming, a new division focused on designing a full lineup of high-performance gaming accessories. Read More



March 9, 2017

Mechanical keyboards are definitely all the rage these days. They’ve been popular with gamers for years, but have even made it to retro/wireless levels recently. The Kinesis Gaming Freestyle Edge is a mechanical keyboard built for gaming with one huge difference… the huge split that makes this keyboard more versatile than most anything else out there. Read More


March 8, 2017

Comfort always becomes a factor when enjoying longer gaming sessions, but functionality is also extremely relevant when designing gaming peripherals and sometimes manufacturers don’t combine the two. Kinesis Gaming is hoping to rectify this and has created a split gaming keyboard called the Freestyle Edge which has been specifically designed for gamers and includes on-board programmable Cherry mechanical keys as well as LED backlighting and more. Read More

July 16, 2015

They may be sitting behind a desk instead of being out on a field or court smashing into other humans, but that doesn’t mean esports players are immune from career-threatening injuries. Read More


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