Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000
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Great product if you know its quirks
Michael P., Amazon
14 June 2013
Summary: I have used corded Natural Keyboards for many years. A few years ago I started buying these wireless kits for work. They are extremely comfortable if you take the time to get used to them. Batteries on these also last longer than other wireless keyboards I have used.
Summary: This Keyboard is a waste of money! To begin with, many of the keys didn't work. After troubleshooting with Microsoft, MOST started to work. The caps lock has never worked. After about 60 days many of the keys would crap out intermittently.
Summary: If you want a keyboard and mouse setup that stops responding/transmitting information randomly then this is the setup for you!! This must be a super old product that Microsoft hasn't really updated in some time. The mouse really never worked out of the box.
Summary: I was experiencing severe wrist pain in my right wrist, so I thought an ergonomic keyboard might be my solution. Unfortunately, I was very dissatisfied with the quality of the product I received. I use the keyboard for my work, for around eight hours each day.
Very happy with Microsoft Hardware - Loathe Logitech low standards
Captain Reynolds, Amazon
17 January 2013
Summary: I am in I.T., am at my keyboard 30+ hours per week, and have been using Natural -Split- Keyboards for over a decade. Nothing compares once you adjust.. and all of my converted clients agree (none will go back after years of use).
Summary: For some reason the keyboard and mouse lose connectivity to the wireless receiver at random! When this happens, the problem persists until I restart the computer. It is super annoying and unexpected for such an expensive purchase. I am very unhappy with this product.
Summary: I enjoyed the design but hated the space bar action. It felt like you needed a hammer to get the space bar to assert the space character. As a programmer, I have fetish for a good keyboard and fell...
Microsoft is going to the dogs. Useless combo with cheap design
Insurance Guy, Amazon
2 March 2012
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the Ergonomic keyboards and the way they feel when typing and the comfort of the layout. I just upgraded form a 1998 version of the Microsoft Natural keyboard which was similar in layout but somehow felt better.
Summary: I got this keyboard before reading all the reviews/complaints about the sticky spacebar. As feared, the keyboard arrived with a very sticky spacebar that took a bit of a thumb to actuate, and then rarely returned on it's own.
Summary: I've finally been forced to replace my old Wireless Natural Keyboard, which has worked great for almost ten years. This seemed to be the closest wireless model made today, and my sometimes painful mouseing wrist encouraged me to try this new idea in mouse design.