What is a KTL keyboard?

TKL stands for Tenkeyless, which refers to a type of keyboard that does not have a dedicated number pad on the right-hand side of the keyboard. This makes the keyboard more compact, allowing for more space on the desk or in a bag. The TKL keyboard is also known as an 87% keyboard, as it typically has 87 keys instead of the standard 104 keys found on a full-size keyboard. Despite the smaller size, TKL keyboards often feature all the same keys as a full-size keyboard, including function keys and arrow keys.

TKL keyboards are popular among gamers, programmers, who need more space on their desk for their mouse or other equipment. Additionally, gamers and typists who use the arrow keys frequently may find a TKL keyboard more comfortable to use, as the arrow keys are typically in a more accessible location. Some people find that a TKL keyboard is more ergonomic and comfortable to use, as it reduces the distance between the mouse and keyboard, which can help reduce strain on the shoulders and arms.

For those who need a number pad, a TKL keyboard may not be the best option. If you don't use the numpad often and prefer a compact keyboard without sacrificing functionality, a TKL keyboard can be an excellent choice. Whether a TKL keyboard is good or not depends on individual needs and preferences.

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