Oh I meant more for the split keyboard setup Yami was talking about. For gaming you can pull the gamepad (KB) down and push it up when you're not. That's what I do. The unfortunate thing is they're not at all that popular with people dropping oodles of cash on unnecessary RGB mechanical keyboards so they're hard to find. In terms of posture it really helps me with the angles and height I have my setup at. Plus when I'm working I just push it out of the way and pull my day job laptop over. When I game I hate 0 weight on my wrists. Can't say the same for long term typing though but haven't figured out a clever situation for that.A few people at my work have bought those secretlab chairs and seem to really like them, so seems like a solid choice.
I actually ended up with the xbox elite 2 controller, the back paddles mean I dont get as sore as when I have to press the abxy buttons - pulling on the paddles just takes a lot longer to start hurting, so that was a worthwhile purchase. Was hoping to play Starfield with KB&M but the healing process is slowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww as hell... so slow sometimes I am not even sure it's getting better. But I think it is. Maybe..
Weird random thing, the 3 weeks i took off work and stopped using a keyboard has destroyed any recollection of how delete and backspace work, I keep getting them the wrong way around and really have to think about which way round they work when typing lol.