Pros: A more natural position than a straight keyboard. Curved but non-split: good for CAD work where I'm mousing w/ one hand while hunt&pecking with the other, while reasonably comfortable for touch typing.. Sturdier than non-brand name KB's.
Cons: Will take some time to get used to key position for CAD work. It seems that no matter how much money I give Bill G. he still won't get a decent haircut.
Excerpt: I ordered this product because for over a year I have been using a standing desk at work, so my hands were well above my normal keyboard and the angle became very painful. After getting this keyboard the pain was relieved after the first day of use.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact Footprint, Easy To Set Up, Easy to Use, Quiet
Excerpt: I much prefer ergonomic keyboards. This keyboard works well and is very economical. Keyboard response is not the best I have ever used, but I can't complain for the price. For my day to day home office work, it is good. I have a few of these, and have seldom had any problems.
Excerpt: The keyboard is more comfortable than a regular one; however, does not compare with the Natural Keyboard Pro that we bought some time ago from Staples. That board was larger with more finger room and the keyboard was divided. Delivery of the keyboard was timely and I appreciate that.
Excerpt: This keyboard is a great value. It's quiet, and very comfortable to use for long stretches at a time. It took a little getting used to, but once one gets the "feel" of it, it's great. A snap to get up and running.
Summary: Had this keyboard for a few months now and after using a no brand keyboard, this one is a treat to my fingers. It doesn't travel on my glass table like the prev one did. Has relatively quiet keys and a long cord to reach my tower, which is on the floor.
Pros: Very nice design, quiet keys, also reduced pain after periods of typing. Excellent price, Long cord, rubber legs stick to table firmly. Big delete key. Plug & Play, Ergonomic design.
Cons: Fingerprint and dust magnet, Could use a mute button and browser button. No height adjustment or flip-out legs.
Excerpt: Took some getting use to for the keyboard is raised in the center but once that is mastered very nice. The lights for numbers and capitols is at the bottom of the keyboard which I find much nicer for there is no moving the tray I keep it on up and down.