Excerpt: As I said in the title, I love this keyboard and mouse. I wasn't sure what I'd think of the "wave" thing but I've got to say it is really comfortable and the keys feel nice and firm, but not too firm, they are in the Goldilocks zone and feel just right. There's a lot of media keys and such that I have not really played with yet but they could be handy for someone who watches a lot of media, who knows maybe I'm just not used to having them yet.
Excerpt: I have a new laptop computer and use this keyboard and mouse to allow my computer to be raised higher and not to have the wear and tear on the keyboard and the surface. This is actually a replacement and I have brought my old key board into work to make using my other laptop easier in work. I do like having the slight curve to the keyboard to make it more comfortable while inputting data.
Excerpt: I purchased my new Lenovo computer from Staples also, but do to recent surgery on my spine I have lost some sense of touch in my fingers. The key board that came with the computer was very small and I was having trouble managing the keys. I did some research on line and found the Logitech 550 was well rated and at a reasonable price. I was pleasantly surprised to find the 550 in my local Staples was priced lower by $20 than the same item at Staples.com.
Excerpt: I spent a week looking for the Microsoft 7000 and found it no loner available unless I wanted to pay over 300.00. Then this was recommended, and I am so happy I bought it. This is just what I needed as the natural keyboard serves me well ergonomically. I am one happy camper who no longer hurts while typing. As well I love that the receiver is a quarter of the size as the Microsoft set.
Excerpt: What a difference this keyboard makes. Does take a little time to adjusts to the curve, but well worth it. Has some great "feature" buttons. Like the touch to the keyboards also. Still exploring these buttons. Glad I invested for the office. Hope to change out all the keyboards in the office soon.
Excerpt: Recently had my MS ergonomic keyboard fail on me. Went looking for the exact replacement and its no longer made. Just my luck? Learn to love something and they changed it, kind of like Windows 7 vs Windows 8.1... uugh I hate new learning curves. Found this Logitech keyboard which was similar although the keys are now closer together and I had grown accustomed to the angle and split of the QWERTY keyboard.