Watch QWERTY vs DVORAK Keyboard Typing Test Back-to-Back

You’ll be able to see back-to-back, a 2 minute typing test between QWERTY first and DVORAK second and see how much less my fingers move overall. You can especially see the difference in my left hand which is where all the vowels are located underneath the middle row.

I can type 90 WPM comfortably in DVORAK with minimal strain, whereas, if I were to try it in QWERTY, my fingers will ache a whole lot more.

I have yet to meet another person in real life that also knows how to type DVORAK. I learned DVORAK on my own when I had a lot of extra time on my hands while in the Air Force. Thanks US TAX PAYERS!!!

Overview of My 7 Monitor Work Computer Setup


Since July 2007, I’ve been building my optimal workspace to manage my hotels. Let me know if you have any specific questions on my setup, and I can make a video on it.

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Neo-Flex LCD Stands

You’ll need these to put your monitors in “Portrait” position. I have two of them. You can also use arms from that are much cheaper, but they may not be able to reach far enough forward like I have for my setup.

Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

I have yet to find one as cost effective, ergonomic, and with as many extra programmable buttons as this one.

Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse

The extra buttons make it easier to program window moving shortcuts and tab window browser manipulation.

Waterloo Premium Arm, Keyboard & Mouse Tray Package

You could possibly go with a smaller one, but you’ll want to double check the dimensions. With the ergonomic keyboard and extra mousepad, it can get to be a tight fit if you don’t plan appropriately.

Samsung HM7000 Bluetooth Headset

I liked the ergonomics of this and this seems to work all the way into the other room. I also really like its charging base, though
you’ll have to make a minor modification to fit your earpiece at the same time. The price was right as well.

Medialink USB Bluetooth Adapter

Extremely affordable and the range with my headset lets me go all the way into the other room.

VisionTek 7750 Eye 6 Display Card

6 Ports of Mini Display Ports. It’s an unecessary evil unless you want to get a motherboard with dual PCIe slots and purchase two graphics cards (Which I was tempted to do, except for the fact that my CPU is a discontinued socket). There aren’t really any other options until super affordable MST Hubs start coming out.

ACTIVE Mini-DisplayPort to DVI Adapters

Anytime you go above two DVI/VGA/HDMI displays out the back of a SINGLE card, you need an ACTIVE adapter to connect any ADDITIONAL monitors. So unless your monitor natively supports DisplayPort, you’re going to have to buy some of these adapters.

7-Port USB Hub

Generic brand, but gets the job done and seems to be pretty cheap. Trust me. You’ll need all the ports you can get.

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Scanner

I actually have two of the S1500 older model of this version, but it’s now discontinued. I HIGHLY recommend the old model, and when it comes to replacing my existing units, I’ll most likely purchase the newer version.

• 4x 24″ 1080P Monitors (Pricing Here)

• 1x 27″ 2560 x 1440 Auria Monitor (Bought from MicroCenter)

• 1x 46″ 1080P Monitor For Staff Meetings (Pricing Here)

• Humanscale Freedom Chair with Headrest (Pricing Here)

• AutoHotKey (For Easy Keyboard Mapping)

• Logitech and Microsoft Default Mouse and Keyboard Software

• DisplayFusion (For Multi Monitor Taskbars)

• GQueues (Task Management and Delegation via “Getting Things Done” Methodology)

• Microsoft Outlook

• Skype (Only $2.95/Month for Unlimited Outgoing Calls!)

• Google Voice (For Speedier Text Messaging)

• Google Docs (For Easier Collaboration with Staff)

• LastPass (For Password Management)

• Dvorak Keyboard Layout
The more efficient keyboard layout versus QWERTY