Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000
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I can type again!
3 February 2011
Summary: Note: The 4000 and 7000 are identical except the 7000 is wireless and comes with a mouse I can't use. I managed to hurt the extensor muscles/tendons on the back of my hand and they are being very slow to heal. Typing has been very painful on a standard keyboard.
Summary: I see that pretty much everyone says that the mouse is good and the keyboard is bad. But in my case it's the opposite. I have carpal tunnel and so I bought this kb-mouse. I still can't type for a long time, but compared to the regular kb, this one is far better.
Summary: I am a developer so I am on the keyboard quite a bit. I have been using this keyboard for a month and Im really pleased with the keyboard. It is really comfortable and built well. The mouse Im still trying to get use to. It is not your convential mouse. Its quite a bit bulkier and taller.
Pros: Ergonomic. Keyboard is super comfortable. Good Quality.
Cons: I dont like the mouse design. This one is tall and you put your had more towards the side than on top of it to use. I prefer my older, more convential Microsoft mouse.
Glad to have found a replacement for my old wired natural ergonomic keyboard!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
15 March 2010
Summary: I absolutely love the mouse... it is big enough to fit in my hand like a small tennis ball that I roll around on the mouse pad... extremely comfortable. I have been looking for a wireless natural ergonomic keyboard for some time, and I am glad to have found it, finally!
Summary: This was a great buy for me. I need a wireless desktop solution to work wih for my new computer. My requirements: wireless keyboard and mouse, must be ergonomical with wave style / split keyboard, Multimedia or programmable buttons.
Summary: If you're a touch typist and have ergonomic needs, this is really good equipment for the price point. I easily spend 12-16 hours a day working at my computer, and have to take care to avoid RSI and Tendonitis. I've worn out two Adesso-brand ergo 'boards and an earlier Microsoft Natural in beige.
Summary: This is a great wireless desktop set. The receiver is small and out of the way. Nice using just one USB port for both devices. The keyboard is extremely comfortable - perfect ergonomic design, comfortable wrist rest, soft-typing keys.
Summary: I purchased this set for work because I enjoyed using them at home. I have a desk job where I use a computer all day. In brief, I love these ergonomic devices. The mouse I give 4.5 stars. Both the mouse at work (and the one I own at home) are amazingly comfortable to hold and use.
Summary: You either like the ergonomic keyboard or you don't and if you do this is a great wireless keyboard. As for the mouse it takes a bit more getting used to as it is higher than a normal mouse. Both work great through the IOgear switch I purchased.
Summary: The microsoft desktop comprises of two things, the natural laster wireless 6000 (baseball mouse) and the natural wireless keyboard. The keyboard is really well built; it's not too loud and just like any other microsoft ergonomic keyboard, is a real joy to use.