So, you like chording, but are not up for building it?
The following list contains the commercial chorders I know of that you can buy. A listing on this page does not constitute and endorsement. Some of these I have tried, some I have not.
|BAT||Desk use 7 button chorder, fixed chordset with user programmable macros||I have used Bats. I like the feel of them, but they are too large to wear without modification|
|Half-Qwerty full size keyboard||A standard keyboard that mirrors itself so you can use it with one hand||This is probably what you want if you are temporarily restricted to typing with one hand and are a good touch typist already|
|Small keyboards that can be easily carried|
|cykey||7 button chorder, small and light. Fixed chordset||I have never handled one of these, but they look nice. Design allows for Right or Left hand use. Not as erg as the Bat.|
|frogpad||20 button chorder, small. Fixed chordset||I have never used the Frogpad|
|twiddler||Hand held chorder, 16 button chorder, user programmable chordset||Many folks in the wearable community use these. Is both a keyboard and a pointing device.|
|L3 WristPC||Wrist mounted qwerty keyboard||I have never used this, it is a rugged mini qwerty keyboard.|