Summary: I'm a medical transcriptionist, so type high speeds 8 hours a day. I like the feel of the Adesso keyboard, it's less expensive than the microsoft 4000, keys function well. I like the space bar better than the microsoft 4000 (if the space bar is starting to stick on a 4000, do a web search, there's a...
Summary: I'm so glad I kept looking instead of trying to be satisfied with the Microsoft 4000. I like a keyboard with a lighter touch, and this one fits the bill. It's just "clicky" enough for me, and I don't need hammer fingers to get through my typing day.
Summary: I was beginning to get a sting in my wrist from typing and became worried that it would get worse. I got a wrist splint and a friend also suggested a ergonomic keyboard. I did some research and decided to purchase this model. I coudn't be happier.
Summary: Fifteen years ago I was programming about 12 hours a day, and I began to develope carpel tunnel. Looking for a solution I bought this keyboard to try out. Not only did it stop the carpel tunnel from going further, it actually reversed it! Today I am pain free and have no symptoms of CT.