Dvorak keyboard


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Dvo·rak keyboard

 (dvôr′ăk)
n.
A keyboard with a layout designed to increase the speed and ease of typing, having a home row of keys that consist of A, O, E, U, I, D, H, T, N, and S.

[After August Dvorak (1894-1975), American educator.]
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Here is the layout of the standard Dvorak keyboard (feel free to ignore the non-letter characters):
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The potential adoption of the Dvorak keyboard when QWERTY is an established standard is one example that this article illustrates.