Summary: So far the keyboard layout appears to be a bit more awkward than Microsoft's but I'm holding off judgement until I've had a chance to use it a bit more and develop some muscle memory.
Pros: It is the closest thing I have found to Microsoft's old wireless ergonomic keyboard
Cons: This keyboard just misses the mark. It's build quality is terrible. Anyone coming from a Microsoft or Logitech keyboard will be greatly disappointed. Spacebar placement is problematic. The left space bar is too far to the left. It looks cheap, feels cheap and has a distinctive hollow plastic soun...
Excerpt: I have an ergonomic keyboard at work and this one is much nicer. I love that the space bar key is split and it is a lot quieter. It is easy to us and doesn't take any time to hook up. Love it.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Long Range, Quiet
Pros: i love it. Hands are at the proper angle. just like my old Microsoft All Natural Keyboard, But only wireless. The way keyboards should have been invented in the first place. Now if I can only spend enough time on Mavis Beacon to learn to type.
Cons: The keys are clunky and hard to push. It has a cheap feel. The spacebar design is terrible. Most of the time when I push the left spacebar with my left thumb, it doesn't trigger the key because they put the trigger on the far left of the key. Don't waste your money, so many better keyboards in th...